Enhance the operator experience and put your clients in the driver’s seat – literally
Simulation-based hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing provides an effective and affordable alternative to physical prototype testing. Used in the development and testing of complex embedded systems, HIL simulation replicates the interaction between the equipment, the operator, and the environment. This real-time feedback allows engineering updates to be implemented faster and more affordably than with traditional design/build/test methods.
With the industry’s most advanced algorithms and sophisticated solvers, Vortex Studio supports HIL simulation enabling sub-system designs to be evaluated – at a systems operating level. Real-time hardware feedback and operator input shortens development cycles as testing and software updates are performed in parallel. Design changes made digitally are quickly incorporated allowing a wider breadth of scenarios to be tested and evaluated without risk to the costly physical system.
To ensure that engineering and product development are aligned with expectations, leading OEMs are using Vortex Studio to truly understand the difficult-to-predict human factor, and literally put customers in the driver’s seat.
While autonomous equipment is contributing to a broad range of industries and applications, use of the technology in some sectors is limited. From construction sites to ports and beyond, today’s work sites are unique, increasingly complex, and pose serious safety concerns. This can make machine learning difficult, extensive, and extremely costly.
Powered by physics-based modeling along with the industry’s most advanced solvers and algorithms, Vortex Studio is making machine learning a reality. The software allows users to simulate and launch learning iterations as it cycles repeatedly through unique conditions and scenarios. The results include continuous outcome performance, faster and more comprehensive calculations, and affordable machine learning – all in one package.
Vortex Studio empowers users to quickly and accurately create high-fidelity 3D simulations, and simulate their behavior in real time. With Vortex Studio, even smaller companies are matching the engineering and simulation capabilities of much larger organizations.