Dallara adopts AutoHawk hardware-in-the-loop system


VI-grade has announced that Dallara is now using the AutoHawk 16 16-core real-time system, which will allow the Italian race car manufacturer to run its driving simulators (static and dynamic) with complex vehicle dynamic models, tyre models, and connect to Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) subsystems including vehicle and powertrain ECUs and wet braking systems.

Dallara has integrated the HiL platform, developed by VI-grade and powered by Concurrent Real-Time, in its processes in order to keep pace with the growing complexity of vehicle models and demands from racing teams to shorten their car development cycles. AutoHawk 16 will enable Dallara to split simulation workloads over multiple cores, ensuring hard real-time requirements are met.

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