Description
Virtual system development (“frontloading”) is getting more and more important in a plenitude of industrial domains to reduce development times, stranded costs and time-to-market. Co-simulation is a particularly promising approach for interoperable modular development. However, the coupling and integration of real-time systems into simulation environments (especially of systems of distributed HiL systems and simulations) still requires enormous effort. The aim of ACOSAR is to develop both a non-proprietary “Advanced Co-simulation Interface” (ACI) for RT-System integration and an according integration methodology, which shall be a substantial contribution to international standardization (FMI). The results of ACOSAR will lead to a modular, considerably more flexible as well as shorter system development process for numerous industrial domains and will enable the establishment of new business models.
News & Events
1st Review Meeting (09.2016)
3rd General Assembly Meeting (09.2016)
Facts & Figures
Acronym:ACOSAR
Effort:60 PY
Costs:7.9 m.€
Start:September 2015
End:August 2018
Funding

Objectives
Provide a non-proprietary open RT-System interface for sharing information for efficient and safe operation of RT-Systems.
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About the Project
Project Site @ ITEA 3
ACOSAR on the Internet
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Project Coordinator
Virtual Vehicele Research Center
Contact Persion: Martin Benedikt
Inffeldgasse 21/A, 8010 Graz, Austria
Email: martin.benedikt@v2c2.at
Website Administration
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Contact Persion: Desheng Fu
Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hanover, Germany
E-mail: fu@sim.uni-hannover.de

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