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HiL and XiL Simulation

Comprehensive development and testing tools for any simulation

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Hard Real-Time Performance

With our real-time technology stack, we provide a comprehensive framework for developing and executing real-time Hardware-in-the-Loop and X-in-the-Loop simulations. Through our SIMulation Workbench, we leverage the power of RedHawk Linux to provide unmatched hard real-time performance in any HiL and XiL application.

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A Complete XiL Framework

Concurrent HiL and XiL simulation solutions feature the SIMulation Workbench (SimWB) real-time modeling environment running on the RedHawk™ Linux® operating system. SimWB provides a complete framework that makes it easy to develop and execute simulations in real-time. Concurrent iHawk simulation solutions come fully integrated with SimWB and all software and I/O required for all test stand needs.

  • Software-in-the-loop
  • Model-in-the-loop
  • Hardware-in-the-loop
  • Human (driver/pilot)-in-the-loop
  • AI (artificial intelligence)-in-the-loop

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Fully Customizable

Our solutions provide full support for industry-standard modeling and visualization tools, as well as hand-written C, C++, and Fortran models.

Supports WAVE-RT, SIMPACK, rFPro, Simulink, DYNA4, LMS Motion & AMESIM, GL STUDIO, PreScan, CarSim, ADAMS, Genesis RTX, MapleSim, GT-SUITE, VIGrade, FlightGear, and Dymola

Reliable Real-Time Solutions

In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven industries, simulation is the key to bringing high quality products to market faster and at lower cost. Many of the world leaders in aerospace & defense, transportation, and many other industries rely on Concurrent Real-Time products to gain an advantage over the competition. The RedHawk™ Linux® real-time operating system was chosen by the Ares 1 Launch Vehicle System Integration Laboratories to provide unmatched real-time performance.

Learn how Ares used RedHawk

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