Xylon teamed up with the company rFpro – an expert in driving simulation software – with the goal of exchanging the soft ECU model with its physical counterpart –real HW ECU. Transition from SIL to Hardware-in-the-Loop (or HIL) simulations brings a higher dimension of realism and confidence to simulation results.

Development and testing of cutting-edge vision-based Autonomous Driving and ADAS systems require lots of real tests in different driving situations encountered under different road conditions. These time-consuming, hard to repeat, costly, and due to the limited number of executed test scenarios unreliable road tests, can be largely substituted with Xylon’s logiRECORDER Automotive HIL Video Logger.

Xylon’s CEO and founder, Mr. Davor Kovacec, explains direct HIL injection of test data into an automotive Electronic Control Unit (ECU) under test. Direct HIL tremendously helps automotive development and test engineers to fulfill their engineering goals and make ECUs.

The logicBRICKS High Dynamic Range (HDR) Image Signal Processing (ISP) IP suite enables crisp camera video under altering and rough lighting conditions in next-generation multi-channel embedded systems for use in automotive, surveillance, medical and similar video and vision AI applications.