HIL Compatible

The guarantee for component interoperability.

Power systems
are getting digitalized


HIL gives you a leading edge in the era of digitalization.

Power systems are undergoing a big step in their evolution. This is due to the penetration of cyber components into the physical systems. The software is meant to increase control and safety, but it is difficult to test under the limitations of power. Testing in digital models increases safety during development, but these models are also useful to integrators and investors down the road.

What does HIL Compatible mean?


HIL Compatible is a concept designed for component manufacturers and system integrators.

HIL Compatible means having your product-grade controllers in a format that enables Virtual System Integration. Making products HIL Compatible means making the lives of system integrators easier.

Peace of mind
during component integration


With no additional cost.

Every component tested on HIL is already HIL Compatible, and as such can be provided to integrators for pre-validation of interoperability before physical implementation. This way, integrators can debug an entire control system in the comfort of the office with unlimited testing coverage.

The guaranteed interoperability adds confidence to all the stakeholders included in the process, and peace of mind facilitates trust, knowledge sharing, and cooperation.

HIL Compatible build levels


In test-driven project lifecycle.


C-HIL (Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop) is not limited to just testing. The single investment serves engineers throughout all stages of the project lifecycle, by extending its benefits to both post-commissioning and pre-testing (design and pre-sales) stages.


Build level 0 Build level 1 Build level 2 Build level 3 Build level 4
Test Driven Design Test Driven Development HIL Testing Virtual System Integration Configuration management


At the design stage, it enables the implementation of Test Driven Development (TDD) processes with a Virtual HIL device. As the fidelity of our models matures the same environment natively extends to product prototyping. Finally, once our products take final shape, testing on all levels takes place, wrapping up with full in-house pre-commissioning.

Finally, now as final products, HIL Compatible controllers, with product grade firmware and software and their numerous instances are ready not only for VSI (Virtual System Integration) but also for configuration management (CM) of all installations existing in the field.