ELECTRIC & HYBRID CONTROL STRATEGIES FLYER

Electric & Hybrid Control Strategies Flyer

Toolchain

  • Hardware agnostic
    • Developed entirely with native Simulink®
  • Simulink source code provided
  • Can be used with any modelbased development environment using Simulink
  • Proven in use with the OpenECU® toolchain
    • A number of suitable hardware
      targets are available

Model Based Controls

  • Vehicle supervisory controls providing unrestricted access to modify all control algorithms
  • Configurable for a broad range of powertrain architectures, including pure electric, and series and parallel hybrid-electric applications
  • Developed following AUTOSAR modeling guidelines
  • Suitable for use in systems conforming to ISO26262, with hazards up to ASIL-D
  • Use for prototyping or for production
  • Engineering support available from Pi Innovo for prototyping and production development activities

Reference Applications

  • Production series hybrid-electric powertrain supervisory control
  • Production electric vehicle supervisory control
  • 4-corner wheel hub motor coordination
  • Industrial hybrid-electric supervisory control
    • Autonomous control interfaces
  • Multiple prototype electric vehicle supervisory control projects

Past Applications
Pi Innovo strategies have been used as the basis of a number of production applications for both pure electric, and hybrid-electric vehicles. Depending upon your specific application, the source code may already be close to your production control requirements

Features:

  • Driver Inputs (Direct and from Autonomy Systems)
  • Supervisory Controls
  • Torque Management
  • Vehicle Speed Limiter
  • Torque security
  • Reduced Performance Mode
  • Regeneration Management including torque blending
  • Vehicle Speed Limiter
  • Traction Motor and Generator Controls
  • Simple Battery Management/Battery Thermal Management (Pump and Heater/Cooler control)
  • Battery Contactor Control
  • J1772 Charger Control
  • Battery Charge and discharge limitation
  • Power Distribution Control
  • Auxiliary Power Unit Control
  • System start-up shutdown sequencing control
  • Soft/Hard Emergency Power-off
  • Thermal Management
  • Odometer/Driver Display
  • Instrument Cluster Interface
  • Range and Vehicle Speed Estimation
  • Vacuum Pump Control
  • Transmission (PRNDL) Controls
  • Fault Management
  • Failure Modes and Remedial Actions
  • Diagnostics
  • Follows AUTOSAR modeling guideline
File Size651 KB
Create DateNovember 13, 2018
Last UpdatedJune 18, 2019
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