ORION Automated Calibration

ORION automates the process of characterization and calibration of engines. It facilitates the calibration process by taking control of both the ECU calibration system and the test cell control system to run experiments as part of an automated calibration process.  With connectivity to IAV’s EasyDOE, Mathworks’ MBC Toolbox and other DOE tools, ORION provides an extremely powerful environment for mapping an engine and generating the Engine Management System calibration tables. The modular design means the product can be configured to a users’ specific requirements and work practices, rather than having to adhere to rigid methodologies dictated by prescriptive software.

Highlights
  • Includes built-in, proven calibration methods letting users quickly get to work
  • Incorporates a real-time engine
  • Provides flexibility, allowing users to quickly build tests by providing the ability to parameterize features
  • Interfaces to popular calibration tools and test cell systems such as iTest, PUMA OPEN, and ETAS INCA
  • Incorporates IAV configurable methodology, including
    • Automating boundary detection
    • Automating data collection and analysis
  • Managing growing number of degrees of freedom
  • Allows users to create custom actions in which their methodologies can be embedded, retaining the value of an existing investment
Specifications

System Performance

  • Calculation engine: 100hz execution rateo
    • Non-realtimeo
    • Minimum observed limits: 50
    • Minimum parallel controls: 10
  • Communication to Test Cell System (max settings)
    • Read: 350 channels
    • Write: 350 channels
    • Rate: 100 Hz
  • Communication to ECU Calibration tool (max settings)
    • Read: 350 channels
    • Write: 350 channels
    • Rate: 100 HzPC

PC System Requirements (Minimum)

  • 2.66 GHz Intel Core2 Duo (or equivalent)
  • 2 Gb RAM
  • 4 Gb Free space on disk
  • Windows 7
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