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SystemVision conneXion (SVX) Multi-Domain, Multi-Tool Simulation

Early Integration and Test

SystemVision conneXion connects design partitions and teams through virtual integration.

SystemVision conneXion (SVX) extends multi-discipline simulation to a whole new level – bringing software into hardware simulation and connecting industry-leading system development tools in a single simulation environment.

SystemVision conneXion extends the SystemVision multi-discipline simulation capabilities into a multi-domain, multi-tool environment.

SystemVision conneXion Explained

Systems of even modest complexity involve many design domains. The multi-discipline (analog, digital, sensor/actuator, and mechanical plant) simulation capabilities of SystemVision provide the foundation for early integration and testing of these disciplines. SystemVision conneXion extends this by connecting multiple domain-specific tools and processes together in a single simulation environment. SVX connects SystemVision, MathWorks Simulink, National Instruments LabVIEW, SystemC, C/C++, Java, and AUTOSAR over a secure, managed signal channel. SVX handles time synchronization, manages data communications, and supports tools distributed across a network. Portions of a system model are simultaneously executed in specialized, domain-specific tools with full communication and control connections between applications. Because a high percentage of design flaws are found at the interfaces where different design technologies meet, SVX reduces program risk with early integration and test across these crucial system boundaries.

Capabilities/Clients

Languages

Software Engineers develop embedded software in C,C++ or Java. Hardware Engineers execute abstract models written in SystemC. Both benefit from integrating together along with algorithms early in the design process.

Simulink

Design and Control Algorithm Teams work together in a concurrent development flow. Control algorithms are developed and verified well before a physical prototype is available.

LabVIEW

Design and Test Teams work together early in the development flow. Teams use a system virtual prototype for early design verification and test program development.

AUTOSAR

Automotive System Designers execute AUTOSAR software early in the design process, and within a virtual platform environment that includes feedback control and sensor/plant/actuator models.

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