Motor Controller Solution for BLDC, PMSM and AC Induction Motors
During our fulfilling journey of more than a decade in Automotive Industry, we have developed a robust ecosystem for delivering quality Motor Control design solutions.
This ecosystem consists of experienced Embedded Software and Hardware Engineers, Automotive Domain Experts and Industry Partners.
For more than 12 years, our focus area has always been Product Engineering Services (Embedded Software and Hardware design services). This has facilitated our team to develop in-depth expertise in Model Based Development and in delivering Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and AUTOSAR complaint solutions.
We have partnered with customers to develop electronic based motor control solutions for Electronic Power Steering (EPS), Seating Control, Smart Actuator for Turbo Chargers and other applications.
A Handbook on Motor Control System
Learn about Reference Design Solution of our Motor Controller, its salient features and use cases
Software & Hardware Design services for Motor Control Electronic Systems
Hardware Design & Consulting Services
Consulting services for evaluation and selection of microcontroller and other hardware components like:
Torque & Angle Sensors
HALL Effect sensors
Gate Driver IC
Automotive Grade Hardware Development, Support for EM and Thermal Analysis
Application Software & Motor Control Algorithm Development
Expertise in following control algorithm development
Pulse Width Modulator (PWM)
Field-oriented Control (FOC)
Proportional Integral Derivative Controller
Steering Control for Electronic Power Steering
Support for application software development
Seating Control for Vehicle Seating Solutions
Electronic Smart Actuator for turbo charger
Drive control for EV application
Model based development for application software
AUTOSAR and Non-AUTOSAR compliant Base Software (BSW) development support
MCAL / low-level Driver Development
Low level drivers such as ADC,MCU,SPI,I2C,PWM,ICU,and NVM
CAN and LIN Drivers
BSW Layer Development
Off Board Diagnostics (UDS, J1939 etc.)
Fault Code Memory
Hardware Abstraction Layer
Application Software Development
AUTOSAR based application software development
MATLAB based application software development
Non-AUTOSAR based application software development
ISO 26262 Compliant Development
Safety Lifecycle in parallel with SDLC
Support for ASIL D certification
Safety Activity planning and execution
ASIL compliant documentation, verification and validation
AUTOSAR and Vehicle Diagnostics Support
Ready-to-deploy & re-usable software stacks and Bootloader solutions for in-vehicle communication and diagnostics (CAN, LIN, UDS, KWP2000, Serial, BT)
AUTOSAR and non-AUTOSAR compliant Base Software Development
AUTOSAR compliant application software
Meet Our Automotive Leaders
Video Explaining Motors as the Power and Motion Delivery System in a Vehicle
AUTOSAR, Partial AUTOSAR and non-AUTOSAR Software Architectures
Depending on the project specification, we can help you follow any of three approaches in automotive motor control software architecture:
Steps Involved Motor Control Hardware Design Process
Tools and Technologies Expertise
- MATLAB, Simulink, Stateflow, RTW, E-coder
- PIC, Renesas, Fujitsu, Freescale controllers
- Fujitsu, PIC, Renesas tool chains
- Renesas RL78/F-13 Family Microcontroller
- IAR Embedded Workbench
- ORCAD: Schematic Design
- Simscape: Used within Simulink to create model of physical systems
- Allegro: Layout
- Hyperlynx 8.0 : EM and Thermal Analysis
Motor Control System Customer Success Stories
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FAQs Regarding Motor Control System Development
Ans. Yes, we have deployed current protection modules in our previous designs for motor control system.
The first method is the low side current sensing also called the shunt method. Alternatively, we have also used resettable fuses in the system entry point in a way that it triggers during the over-current scenarios.
Ans. Yes, our team has the necessary skill-sets, automotive domain expertise and project experience for delivering an AUTOSAR complaint Motor Control Solution.
We have integrated robust and production grade versions of third party stacks like BSW and RTE software for AUTOSAR projects in the past.
Our team will collaborate with you to develop the Automotive Application as per AUTOSAR compliance. We will also support in development of MCAL and CDD modules
Ans. Yes. We have a team of ISO26262 functional safety experts that will work with the motor control development team to ensure ASIL compliance.
We provide support for every aspect of the Functional Safety Lifecycle and also perform FMEA, HARA, and hardware FMEDA for motor control systems.
We have worked with leading Automotive Suppliers and OEMs’ for ASIL compliance of a motor control ECUs’ in the past.
Ans. Yes, we do provide all the required support for integration of motor control system at production level. If you require, our experts will visit on-site for a seamless integration.
Ans. Our team has been working on multiple projects, where we are developing software solutions for global production programs of Electric Vehicles.
For such engagements, we have been partnering with customers for design of Motor Control Hardware and Software modules for Electric Vehicle programs in Asia, US and Europe.
Ans. We have successfully delivered motor control solution designs based on various microcontroller families including NXP/Freescale, Renesas, Microchip, Fujitsu and TI. We also have BSPs and communication stacks readily available for these platforms.
The choice of MCU to be used rests with the customers, however, we also provide consultation to help you choose the most suitable platform.
Ans. A few of the diagnostics features that we have implemented in our motor control system projects include:
- Short protection like short to GND, Short to VBAT and Open Circuit
- Based on any diagnostic errors, Drive circuit is completely OFF or Limited Drive controlled by Software.
Based upon the specific requirements of the project, we also add more diagnostics features.
Ans. Yes. We have developed sensor-less BLDC motor systems for a few of our customers. From development to integration, we have provided end to end support in sensor less motor control development.