AC SAR - RWTH Aachen University

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AC SAR - RWTH Aachen University
Consortium:
Coordination & Contact:
Dr. Martin Benedikt
AUSTRIA
Kompetenzzentrum - Das virtuelle Fahrzeug,
Forschungsgesellschaft mbH („VIRTUAL VEHICLE“)
VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center
AVL List Gmbh
[email protected]
Inffeldgasse 21a | 8010 Graz | Austria
Spath MicroElectronicDesign GmbH
Websites:
GERMANY
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
www.acosar.eu
Volkswagen AG
www.itea3.org/project/acosar.html
Robert Bosch GmbH
ETAS GmbH
dSPACE GmbH
ESI ITI GmbH
TWT GmbH Science & Innovation
RWTH Aachen University
Technische Universität Ilmenau
Leibniz University of Hannover
FRANCE
Renault SAS
Siemens Industry Software SAS
www.acosar.eu
AC SAR
AdvAnced co-SimulAtion open SyStem Architecture
AC SAR
AdvAnced co-SimulAtion open SyStem Architecture
Coupling and integration of real-time systems
Accelerating the development process
Extension to standards
Facts
Virtual system development is getting more and more
important in numerous industrial domains to reduce
development time, stranded costs and time-to-market.
Co-simulation is a particularly promising approach for
interoperable modular development.
The aim of ACOSAR is to develop a non-proprietary
Advanced Co-simulation Interface for the integration
of real-time systems and an accompanying integration
methodology.
Transfer of results into industrial standardization is a
key goal of ACOSAR. Therefore, partners from relevant
standardization committees − FMI/Modelica Association,
ASAM − will be involved to jointly create solutions and extensions to existing standards.
Status:
Duration: Budget:
Partners: To further bridge the gap between the automotive domain
and other domains, leading partners (e.g. from aviation
and rail) are invited to ACOSAR as associated members. In
addition, ACOSAR innovations offer small- and mediumsized enterprises and suppliers from different domains
access to major industries, leading to a more competitive
market on long term.
Higher Level
Organization:
However, the coupling and integration of real-time systems into simulation environments still requires enormous effort. This problem is particularly challenging
for distributed hardware-in-the-loop systems and their
simulations.
www.acosar.eu
The results of ACOSAR lead to a modular, versatile, and
rapid system development process for numerous industrial domains. They consequently facilitate the establishment of new business models.
ITEA3 Project (Call1)
Sep 2015 – Aug 2018 (36 months)
7.9 Mio EUR
15 Partners (AT – DE – FR)
Funding Agencies:

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