Chassis Systems

The functionality and robustness of the algorithms and embedded software are essential for chassis systems. To accelerate development and ensure system robustness, engineers use Model-Based Design to develop chassis controls, design and verify embedded software, and test system integration in simulation.

Develop Chassis Control Algorithms

Brake, steering, and suspension controllers are integral parts of both passive and active safety systems. Engineers use Model-Based Design to prototype chassis control algorithms and verify the algorithms in closed-loop simulation with vehicle dynamics models before generating and verifying the production embedded software.

Verify the Integration Between Chassis Control and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Engineers build system models that include sensing and control algorithms, vehicle dynamics, driver behavior, road courses, traffic situations, and environmental conditions. These multidomain models enable engineers to test the interaction between sensing algorithms and control logic in simulation. They can verify system behavior for conditions too time consuming or risky to test on the road and research emerging technologies.

Meet ISO 26262 Requirements

For engineers developing electronic control systems that must meet safety standards, Simulink and Model-Based Design capabilities support the development of embedded systems with production code generation to meet ISO 26262 and its derivative functional safety standards.