Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing is a methodology used to test and validate complex systems, such as power electronics components, controllers, and integrated systems. In HIL testing, real hardware components are connected to a simulation environment that models the rest of the system. This allows for testing the interaction between real hardware and simulated components under various conditions, without the need for a complete physical setup.
At Typhoon, HIL Tested refers to our validated stamp of approval which ensures your products or systems have been subjected to rigorous Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing. Testing with Typhoon HIL:
- Ensures you peace of mind with powerful performance, functionality, and quality from model based testing
- Trigger tests automatically, either on code changes or periodically.
- Permits innovating with confidence utilizing rapid prototyping and iterations
- Provides futureproofing surrounding the exploding system complexity and software content creation requirements
- Offers seamless integration which is an integral part of any project
- Accelerates your development processes and overcome formidable engineering challenges
- Identifies potential issues, verifies behavior of components, and certifies that your products and systems perform as expected under different scenarios
Leverage Typhoon HIL and give your teams the confidence of HIL Tested.
HIL Tested: Powerful Performance, Functionality and Quality
Microgrid and inverter software bugs, test coverage, project delays keep you worried? VDC Research, Schneider Electric, EPC Power explain HIL Tested in this webinar.