Model-Based Agility with Ford Automated System Simulation Toolchain (FASST)
Nate Rolfes, Ford
Raghu Baskaran, Ford
Steven Foster, Ford
Nick Adams, Ford
Robert ter Waarbeek, Ford
Ford Automated System Simulation Toolchain (FASST) is a vehicle simulation toolchain for distributed chassis controls and DAT features used for feature development and verification throughout the development cycle utilizing MIL, SIL, and HIL. FASST is a modern verification method/toolchain that enables Ford engineers to implement agile practices and continuous integration within their Model-Based Design and systems engineering processes. FASST helps to develop and build a virtual vehicle and tackle all technical and process-related challenges. It also serves as a virtual factory, building the virtual vehicles in an automated fashion. Similar to just-in-time delivery in the physical world, every delivery of a software component can be tested directly in the virtual world. Continuous verification and validation of the integrated virtual vehicle enables you to detect system issues early, drive quality, and reduce verification cost.
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