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Validate EV Charging Protocols for Energy Management Systems with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Aug 16, 2023 11:04:23 AM

Topics: e-Mobility, HIL Technology, Grid Modernization

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In recent years, national economies worldwide have been constructing efforts to make their development more sustainable, which involves the electrification of transport. In the process of developing safe and cost-effective charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs), validation of charging communication protocols will play a key role. We reached out to CERTI Foundation to learn more about their recent project successes and ongoing developments in the e-Mobility space and discuss how HIL design, testing, and validation has accelerated the time to market for their solutions. 

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Simplify and Validate DC Fast Charging Interoperability with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Mar 22, 2023 12:00:00 PM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

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Reliable high-power charging is vital to providing support for the wider adoption of battery electric vehicles (BEVs), both in passenger and commercial segments. In this blog article, see how model-based engineering tools are being utilized to empower agile control development and testing. This text is based on the same-titled webinar from our e-Mobility series that demonstrates how electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) is tested using hardware-in-the-loop (HIL). Keep reading and watch the webinar recording to learn more!

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Introducing HIL testing leads to faster research results at TMU Japan

Posted by Debora Santo on Mar 15, 2023 1:00:19 PM

Topics: Case Study, Power Electronics


The Tokyo Metropolitan University Power Electronics Laboratory conducts research on improving the performance of passive devices for power electronics and power conversion circuits. Isamu Sugiyama from MyWay had the honor to interview Prof. Dr. Keiji Wada and his PhD student, Takaya Sekiguchi, on how they use Typhoon HIL in their research. Read this blog article to learn more on how introducing HIL into their research enabled achieving faster research results in their lab. 

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Revolutionizing Ships and Ports: The Rise of Renewable Microgrids

Posted by Debora Santo on Feb 22, 2023 12:24:57 PM

Topics: Technology Article, Grid Modernization

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In recent years, there has been a growing emphasis on making marine power systems more energy efficient and green. One way to achieve this is through hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing, a technique that allows engineers to validate control algorithms for optimization of efficient energy use and that supports the integration of various distributed energy resources (DERs) into a well-functioning whole. Read this blog to learn more from our demonstrations on how the challenges of making greener marine microgrids can be addressed with digital twins and HIL real-time simulation.

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Accelerate xEV Motor Drive ECU Development and Testing with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Dec 21, 2022 12:06:10 PM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

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Developing and testing motor drive electronic control units (ECUs) for electric vehicles (EVs) has numerous challenges. We gathered a group of panelists from Infineon Technologies and Infinitum for a discussion on how to overcome them with hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing and validation solutions. This article is a part of our HIL e-Mobility series and includes access to the webinar recording with a dedicated motor drive ECU testing demo. 

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Meet our Embedded Software Team and learn what they do

Posted by Debora Santo on Oct 12, 2022 12:26:12 PM

Topics: Power Electronics, Meet our OneTEAM

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At Typhoon HIL, we work on bringing together a great selection of people to enrich our OneTEAM and share and promote our core values. We wanted to give you a chance to meet the people behind our solutions and share insight into what their daily work looks like. In this blog, we start with our Embedded software team, which is the engineering team at the heart of our real-time solutions, ensuring they run fast and with flexible connectivity.

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Fuel cell technology development and testing with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Oct 5, 2022 12:34:10 PM

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During our team’s visit to The University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard in France, we had a chance to interview Prof. Fei Gao, a pioneer in adopting Typhoon HIL for academic research and teaching. In this video and blog, learn more about the role HIL plays in his work within the fuel cell application field.

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EV rapid control prototyping done safely and easily with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Sep 22, 2022 1:01:35 PM

Topics: Case Study, e-Mobility

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In this blog, learn more about the controller test setup put together for teaching purposes at The Faculty of Technical Sciences of the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, which is integrating solutions from Infineon Technologies and Typhoon HIL.


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HIL prepares students for careers in industry

Posted by Debora Santo on Sep 14, 2022 1:53:28 PM

Topics: Case Study, Grid Modernization

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We had the honor to host our long-time academic collaborator and friend, Prof. Kaushik Rajashekara from the University of Houston, in our main R&D Center in Serbia. We used this chance to record an interesting interview with him, so we can share with you more about his career path in research, current main research topics, and how he uses HIL in his teaching to help students gain valuable skills for careers in industry. Check out our video and blog to learn more.

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Optimize EV BMS Development and Testing with HIL

Posted by Debora Santo on Aug 26, 2022 10:11:02 AM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

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Electric vehicle (EV) battery management system (BMS) development and testing have some specific challenges, so we gathered a team of expert panelists from the University of California Merced and the University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten to discuss how hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions can address them. This article is a part of our HIL e-Mobility series and includes access to the webinar recording with a dedicated BMS HIL Testing demo.  

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