add2 worked in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover and Warwick University under the TSB-supported EVoCS project (Evolutionary Validation of Complex Systems). During its course, a reconfigurable HIL system was successfully developed and utilised as a body electronics and infotainment domain HIL in a major vehicle program.
The project was documented by the institute of measurement and control, as part of its journal, which publishes both practical and technical research and new pieces from the science and engineering industry and academia. We are able to reproduce the piece in full below.
This paper was originally published in the Journal of Measurement and Control, Vol 43 on 9th November 2010. Our thanks go to the Institute of Measurement and Control and the authors.
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