Visualization framework offers a range of configurations

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The Validation Toolchain from b-plus offers a complete system to record, analyze and process several sensor inputs, and includes the powerful new visualization framework AVETO.vis.

With this software, b-plus offers the optimal solution for a flexible visualization system with application possibilities across the test and validation phase of an ECU. Recorded data, values and results can be used for further tests, such as software-in-the-loop, based on this visualization.

B-plus also offers a component based plug-in system via an SDK interface for flexible extensions such as the integration of HiL-system, camera or other visualization components, enabling the developer to adapt his user interface to his own requirements.

This is supported by a graphical configurator which provides a simple configuration of the measurement setup using a data flow editor. This unique programming makes it possible for even non-programmers such as test drivers to be able to validate quickly certain event chains on-site.

In addition, a standard set of visualization objects/measurement objects is already available, which makes it easier to start the AVETO.vis software. For headless operations, AVETO.vis can also realize processes via script without having to open the program and configure it separately. This is the ideal solution for independent simulations such as SiL overnight test runs.

This result analysis allows the ECU’s behavior to be closely monitored and ultimately used for other testing purposes. Updated configurations or algorithm updates can therefore be tested and secured without ECU hardware.

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