VEOS is a PC based simulation platform that enables verification and validation of software early in development. VEOS can, for example, run models from Simulink®, virtual ECUs, Functional Mock-up Units (FMU), communication busses and environment models.
VEOS supports the import, connection and simulation of multiple models based on Simulink® or Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI). This allows for simulation of several models on the same platform. Some examples of code and models which can be connected are VEOS Simulink® models, ECU-code from TargetLink, AUTOSAR Software Components from SystemDesk or manually written C-code.
A virtual platform like VEOS is useful to integrate into model-based development. For instance, models which will be tested on Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems can be set up on VEOS without using the HIL hardware. Even in a process like Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP), VEOS can be used for simulation at times when the simulations don’t require the real hardware. VEOS can also integrate large parts of the Basic Software and be used for testing buss loads and diagnostics among other things.
ControlDesk, AutomationDesk, MotionDesk and other tools which supports the ASAM standards XCP, HIL-API or XIL-API can be used to control, visualize and automate simulations using VEOS.Ask a question Read more at dSPACE