In regular web seminars, our measurement technology experts explain the challenges of measuring in electromobility and show how these can be solved in a practical way.
On request, we can also develop individual offers in which we can specifically address your areas of application and questions. Just get in touch with us.
Speaker: Boris Ruoff (Vector Informatik)
When developing vehicle systems, engineers from development and validation often work on the same test vehicle. However, their working methods differ fundamentally. In development, the focus is on ad-hoc investigations with an interactive character. In validation on the other hand, preconfigured measurement jobs are recorded autonomously over several test drives. Up to now, different tools have been used: a computer-based measurement system and a specialized fleet logger. In practice, this always means set-up time - i.e. reconnecting when changing the mode of operation - and also doubled maintenance effort for the configurations.
Vector Smart Logger overcome these hurdles and offer a system that can be operated both interactively and autonomously. This significantly reduces setup time and configuration effort.
Beyond that, you benefit from a significantly higher range of functions compared to classic fleet loggers. Signals from vehicle ECUs and buses, radar, LIDAR, cameras, analog measurement technology as well as online calculations, e.g. of the eMobilityAnalyzer, can be recorded synchronously. Complex system interactions can be investigated holistically.
Speaker: Christoph Heller (Vector Informatik)
vMDM (Vector Measurement Data Management) is the cloud solution for efficiently managing large amounts of data from development, test benches and drive tests.
A comprehensive function library, precise algorithms for calculating characteristic variables, and modern cloud technologies enable fast and meaningful analysis of the variables in electrical components, drives, and vehicle electrical systems that are precisely and time-synchronously recorded using CSM measurement technology.
Speaker: Johann Mathä
The electrification of the vehicle powertrain poses major challenges for the interaction of the individual components. In order to optimize both - the acoustics and the performance of electric vehicles, High-voltage and NVH measurement data must be acquired synchronously.
In this web seminar we show the problem in the acoustics of electric vehicles and the solutions for eMobility and NVH analysis: