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Customer success stories highlight next-generation technological advancements

fifa manager 18,Success stories highlight some of the great projects that our customers are working on. The following stories span over a wide range of industries and applications from autonomous driving developments (Mobileye), medical devices (IMT), satellite development (Aalto Univ.) to next-generation electrical grids (SuperGrid Institute).

The Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulation workflow is widely applied in the energy, automotive, aerospace, and consumer electronics industries to thoroughly and quickly test control designs.

Examples of the Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) workflow in which Speedgoat real-time target machines act as controllers include HVDC power converter development by the SuperGrid Institute, automatic transmission development ebm-papst, and energy harvesting kites by ETH Zurich.

As Speedgoat products are always used together with MathWorks products, we have also included some MathWorks success stories.,singaporepools 4d


Aalto University
AGCO Fendt
IAV
Lehigh University
Proterra
Schindler Elevator Corporation
Flanders Make
Tongji University
TUM Hyperloop
University of Alabama
Leclanché SA

Binder
CERN
ClearMotion
ETH Zurich
Flanders Make
GreenTeam
HEIG-VD
HOMAG
HuMoTech
ICANHear
IMT
Mobileye
Stanford University
SuperGrid Institute
TAE Technolgies
University of Agder
Villanova University
Wind Technologies
ZKW Lichtsysteme GmbH
Scientific Aviation Association
Cranfield University

Cochlear
Corindus
ebm-papst
Incova
Leonardo DRS
Nuvera
Ponsse
Preceyes
Sonova
Tata Motors
University of Michigan
Volvo
Power Electronics for a more Electric Aircraft

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