Facing the pressure to accommodate the increasing complexity of automotive development, the model-based development (MBD) paradigm has earned much popularity in the automotive industry, enabling the design of embedded software to be optimized through virtual modeling and simulation, before hardware is available for testing.
TDSL released its Distributed Co-Simulation Platform “VenetDCP” in July 2020, evolving MBD to achieve joint digital prototyping of automotive design across multiple development tools owned by different companies. Many automakers and parts suppliers have verified that the features of VenetDCP are helping them to optimize quality and productivity throughout automotive development. The verifications are not only done in Japan, but also in the U.S., Germany, China and South Korea.
In the U.S market, TDSL decided to team up with SimuQuest, an organization that specializes in MBD and software engineering services. TDSL provides the VenetDCP solution, along with its knowledge of the automotive industry to be combined with SimuQuest’s know-how and local resources in the domain of MBD process consulting and engineering services. The collaboration of the two companies will maximize the effort of promoting TDSL’s VenetDCP in the U.S. market and better serve U.S. automakers and parts suppliers with local support by SimuQuest.
An embedded software development company that specializes in model-based process consulting and engineering services, to produce software and controls for the automotive, aerospace, clean energy, medical, consumer appliances, and other markets.
SimuQuest has extensive experience in model-based design, continuous integration, systems engineering, dynamic systems modeling, and advanced control system design.
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