Dr. Christian Corvino, Lamborghini
Legal limits for CO2, higher level fuel cost, and more strictly legislated countries are pushing down on the OEM to find a new sustainable way to meet these needs, causing the OEM to look at hybridization further. They must discover hybrid powertrain benefits that cannot be realized by the conventional ones, such as recuperation during vehicle or pure electric traction. Hybrid vehicles include increasingly complex components that when managed correctly can lead to fuel consumption reduction, satisfy widespread customer needs, and preserve the product's distinctiveness.
The OEMs are preventing increases in cost during development, in particular during software development, by reusing features, ensuring scalability, and managing the complexity in system architecture. To do that, Christian Corvino of Lamborghini has found that Model-Based Design is the best solution for development of embedded software compared to the classic methods which are based on low-level languages and intensive prototyping activities. Model-Based Design shortens the distance between high-level control algorithms and the actual implementation, improving the product software development process in respect to quality, scalability, variant management, and reuse goals above all for the small and medium enterprise company that the market recognizes as distinctive.
In this talk, Christian discusses different applications of Model-Based Design with particular emphasis on the prototyping techniques used to speed up software development.
Recorded: 11 Apr 2019
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