Eclipse OpenXilEnv is a lightweight SIL/HIL environment that allows running embedded software functions on a PC without a target platform and compiler.
Eclipse OpenXilEnv will provide a configurable graphical user interface and an API for automation.
Use case scenarios:
- Software in the Loop
- Model in the Loop
- Open Loop
- Hardware in the Loop
- Module tests
- Network tests
- Complete digital twin test
- Manual tests
- Automated tests
- Rapid prototyping
- Offline calibration
Some highlights are:
- Easy integration of the code under test
- Clean separation in own executables (memory protection) Communication over a network layer
- Platform independent (Windows/Linux)
- User interface (Qt) with a lot of display items (text, oscilloscope, tacho, ...), items for manual intervention (text, slider, knob, ...) and calibration items for single, curve and map parameters
- Tree view of all static parameter and variables (debug information)
- Can be extensively automated with a remote procedure call interface (Python) or a build-in script interpreter
- GUI less variant exist for automation (Headless Variant)
- Parallel execution (multi core) of test code
- Support of FMUs with FMI2.0 interface (64 and 32 bit)
- Residual bus simulation of non-existing CAN (FD) bus members
- Recording and replay in stimulation is possible with text or MDF3 files
- Debug information parser (dwarf)
- A small A2L parser is included for calibration.A XCP over ethernet port to connect a calibration system
- Parallel execution (multi core) support with barriers for synchronisation.
OpenXilEnv was developed and maintained at ZF for the last 25 years and used in numerous projects.
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