Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulation is a technique that is used for the development and testing of control systems which are used for the operation of complex machines and systems. With HIL simulation the physical part of a machine or system is replaced by a simulation. This allows rigorous testing of the control system with great benefits.
Controllab offers HIL simulators based on 20-sim. If you want to know more on HIL simulation please visit our website www.hil-simulation.com.
Controllab offers a range of products for model based design.
- With 20-sim you can simulate the behavior of dynamic systems, such as electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems or any combination of these.
- With 20-sim 4C you can run c-code on hardware to control machines and systems. 20-sim 4C imports models (c-code) from 20-sim and Scilab and runs them on hardware like embedded arm boards, PC 104 systems and much more.
- A line of hardware products is offered ranging from low cost single board computers to high quality industrial controllers.
- Several books have been released describing the use of 20-sim and modeling with 20-sim.