Siemens Digital Industries Software said MobileDrive has adopted a model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach to support its Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) development. Particularly, using the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio and its comprehensive digital twin technology.
By leveraging Siemens’ robust expertise in the digital thread, MobileDrive has accelerated its progress to build the next-generation autonomous driving systems and helped to achieve the industry-leading quality of the products.
Founded in 2021 as a joint venture between two mobility technology leaders, FIH Mobile and Stellantis, MobileDrive develops infotainment, telematics and a cloud service platform, together with ancillary hardware and software. Combining exceptional innovation capabilities with over 15 years software/hardware integration experience, MobileDrive is the first company in Taiwan capable of providing complete in-vehicle solutions with cutting-edge AI technology.
Aiming to deliver the highest quality software to meet market demands in a time-to-market manner, MobileDrive’s primary interest was to use a model-based framework to develop the algorithms and software controls for common and advanced ADAS applications. This includes Lane Keep Assist (LKA), Emergency Lane Keeping (ELK), Lane Following Control (LFC), Auto Lane Change (ALC), Emergency Steering Assist (ESA), and Autonomous Emergency Steering (AES).
To help the organization achieve its goals, Siemens’ Simcenter™ Engineering and Consulting services team worked with MobileDrive to deliver a complete methodology and roadmap for its ADAS vision while developing the control algorithms and building a detailed scenario-based system model including sensors and vehicle dynamics, based on market led full vehicle requirements using the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of software and services.
This systems model was then applied to virtual test environment allowing the MobileDrive team to observe vehicles as a true digital twin to quickly uncover and address both system and software performance issues earlier in the development cycle.
Ultimately, MobileDrive realized a more effective and reliable software development process before a physical prototype was even built. This was due to their newfound ability to verify ADAS software features early in the digital twin environment, reducing the effort of hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) and vehicle testing.
MobileDrive has successfully delivered products combining security, personalization, and reliability to automakers and has also been awarded ISO 26262 for automotive functional safety, helping toimprove the driving safety of vehicles. Learn more about how MobileDrive achieved its vision and worked with Siemens to develop a digital twin approach to ADAS development.