@misc{Sve2014,Author = {Sven Rosinger, Maher Fakih and Jörg Walter},Title = {MotorBrain: Model-Based Design and Virtual Integration of an Intelligent and Safe Electrical Powertrain},Year = {2014},Month = {03},Howpublished = {DATE'14 -University Booth},Booktitle = {University Booth at DATE 2014},type = {misc},note = {Hardware prototypes and hardware in the loop simulations are commonly used during embedded vehicle- and motor-control unit design. This demonstrator presents a platform that is an order of magnitude cheaper than existing systems but still easy to integrat},Abstract = {Hardware prototypes and hardware in the loop simulations are commonly used during embedded vehicle- and motor-control unit design. This demonstrator presents a platform that is an order of magnitude cheaper than existing systems but still easy to integrate into present workflows: Within an existing model-driven design methodology, a real-time hardware simulation is performed using the Raspberry Pi single-board computer to simulate an e-motor with little development effort and in conjunction with an industrial motor control unit.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }