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NI Releases released new Version of HIL Software

NI ADAS21 November 2016 – National Instruments (NI) released VeriStand 2016, the latest version of its software used by embedded software test engineers to build and run hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) verification systems. Today’s engineers face increasingly compressed, shifting schedules and constantly changing requirements driven by the emergence of the connected car and autonomous vehicles. VeriStand and NI’s HIL systems are open and customizable platforms to help companies meet these changing demands and future-proof their test systems.

Engineers use NI’s HIL systems to tackle the increasing complexity of embedded software and rising number of testing scenarios required as the newer technologies that make up next-generation vehicles like advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automotive radar and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) become commonplace in embedded control systems.

VeriStand is the software core of NI’s HIL systems. It combines real-time simulation, data acquisition, communication protocols and control into a common platform for the most complete HIL test software on the market today. And unlike traditional HIL software that is defined by the vendor and hard to modify, VeriStand can easily be extended and customized to meet customers’ particular test requirements.

With the newest release of the software customers can:

  • Achieve complete test coverage by taking advantage of the full breadth of NI I/O, including RF and camera processing
  • Use their models from over 30 different modeling tool and simulation environments such as The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink® software and IPG Carmaker to test ECUs for the latest embedded software trends such as ADAS and autonomous vehicles
  • Create professional looking UIs quickly and interact more efficiently with live tests using the completely redesigned UI manager
  • Connect with third-party hardware and software through the industry-standard ASAM XIL API
  • Work more efficiently with extremely large models using the improved model handling engine

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