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dSPACE, Inc. Company Profile

50131 Pontiac Trail
Wixom, Michigan, 48393
United States of America

dSPACE is the world's leading producer of engineering tools for embedded controller / electronic control unit (ECU) development and testing. dSPACE offers a seamless and completely integrated environment for the development of embedded controllers / ECUs to ensure the fastest time-to-market. This environment includes tools for every stage of the embedded controller / ECU development process, including: Graphical modeling / control design; rapid control prototyping; automatic production code generation; hardware-in-the-loop / ECU testing; and, calibration. dSPACE tools are configured with powerful, real-time interfaces to support the most complex mechatronic applications (e.g. drive trains, engine management, crash safety systems, climate controls, brake management, robotics, hydraulic actuators, etc.). dSPACE is headquartered in Paderborn, Germany, with offices in the U.S. (Wixom, Michigan), France, the United Kingdom and Japan and distributors worldwide.

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dSPACE will work with Microsoft to offer research and development engineers in the automotive industry an end-to-end solution that is scalable, secure, efficient and agile, dSPACE reports.

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With this acquisition, dSPACE can now offer its customers an enhanced product portfolio in the field of autonomous driving.

In-vehicle real-time system has high computing power and comprehensive bus support.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

In this new release, the Production Code Generator supports MATLAB Code in Simulink Models.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Student competitions prepare up-and-comers with the hands-on experience necessary to meet the challenges of next-generation engineering.

Although a compact device, the system can hold 18 I/O boards.