Virtual vehicle development refers to the shift toward modeling and simulation as a central part of the vehicle development process. Depending on where an engineering team is working along the V-cycle, the requirements for virtual vehicle development can vary widely. In this presentation, explore Simulink® capabilities that support multiple engineering teams along the V-cycle and address common tasks. The overall workflow is demonstrated through a case study for developing a Lane Keep Assist algorithm.
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