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Under the new agreement, LHP will offer training and certification under TÜV NORD`s market leading “Functional Safety Certified Automotive Engineer” (FSCAE) program.
Join LHP at the 13th annual Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) where the latest technologies and services that are being used in the automotive production process will be on display. Over 300 exhibitors will be in attendance to showcase state-of-the-art technologies that are improving vehicle standards, reliability, durability, safety and quality. The Suburban Collection Showplace|October 25-27, 2016 We are the Engine Control Test Experts! Weve brought our best people and products to ATE so you can see LHP prototyping and testing tools in action. During the show, well provide hands-on demos of our Panthera Rapid Controls Prototyping Suite and RCP Evaluation Kit Accelerating the development and testing of embedded controls for high-precision and high-reliability automotive applications isnt all we do at LHP. MIL/SIL/PIL/HIL? Of course. Functional safety and lifecycle application support? Double-check. Analytics in the Age of IoT? Yes, were here. Visit us at booth #8050 find
LHPs Data Analytics team has partnered with the Columbus Chamber of Commerce on the piloting of technology introductions for school students. Cool Coding Awareness Week is scheduled to kick-off October 24-30. For one week,trainers from Eleven Fifty Academy will deliver age-appropriate lessons about computer coding to 1000 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation students, working alongside teachers, out-of-school educators and a small army of volunteers. Instructors will be at Lincoln, Mt. Healthy, Smith and Taylorsville Elementary Schools, Central Middle School and CSA New Tech High School. LHP has commited to providing 45 hours of hands-on instruction during the classroom sessions. Outside of the classroom, LHP plans to conduct a workshop at kidscommons, using remote-controlled cars and Raspberry Pi processors. Cool Coding Awareness Week: Grades K-1: Learn about the computer languages that drive the hardware Grades 2-6: Learn the basics of computer coding
LHP will be in Indianapolis, IN on Thursday September 1st for The third annual Indy Big Data Conference The Tipping Point. This event brings visionaries from all sectors together to highlight the new tools and technologies that have recently hit the market. This years conference will be focused on creating a big data culture of success and exploring topics such as thinking and doing things differently than you or your organization have ever done before. By the year 2025, the Internet of Things is expected to generate between $3.9 to $11.1 Trillion of economic benefit per year. Embedded Controls Software and Analytics are expected to drive 85% of the IoT revenue, with IoT value derived from Business Transformation opportunities and through enabling new business models. To meet this challenge, companies must to bring together the people, processes, and tools from engineering and IT into seamless, connected solutions. Join Michael King from LHP Engineering Solutions as we demonstrate
LHP will be at the 22nd annual NIWeek, the worlds leading graphical system design conference and exhibition, hosted by National Instruments, where you can get hands-on training on the LHP Rapid Controls Prototyping Evaluation Kit utilizing LHP Panthera RCP Suite. You will be up and running your own control models in no time. The kit includes a trial of the LHP Panthera RCP Suite, NI controller hardware, example Simulink models, and step-by-step instructions so you can get started right away. You will have the ability to explore the full potential of the Panthera RCP Suite and NI hardware in order to begin to define and specify your custom-engineered rapid prototyping system. LHP will be hosting two break-out sessions: - Building a Rapid Control Prototyping System for Engine Research and Development: Tuesday, August 2nd at 4:45 PM- room E - Hands-On: Panthera Training Workshop Wednesday, August 3rd at 10:30 AM- room 18C Visit us at our booth #232 to catch a live demo of
The LHP Team took its Product Road Showto Europe! LHP visited customers throughout Europe to introduce our Panthera Rapid Controls Prototyping (RCP) Software and our RCP Evaluation Kit, and to advise them on real-world applications. Customers in the Automotive, Aerospace, Academic, and Medical sectors were able to get their hands on LHP tools to execute Simulink models on real-time National Instruments hardware. As LHP and our customers analyzed their application needs, we were able to architect solutions using LHPs hardware and software tools. Several of these customers are now already using Panthera to accelerate their embedded controls development. LHP tools are proving valuable in providing the Simulink experience on National Instruments hardware, with a seamless workflow and expeditious development cycles. The new RCP Eval Kit has a self-training workbook that teaches new users to operate the Panthera software and Eval Kit hardware. Hands-on projects with practical applications
LHP Showcase: Rubbing Elbows, Kicking Tires, and Learning the Ropes The LHP Platform Team spent the first week of April holding a Product Showcase at the LHPES Detroit office in Pontiac, MI. The showcase included workshops, seminars, and demos to get our customers up to speed on the latest tech to accelerate embedded controls development. The theme of this showcase was to explore LHPs model-based development workflow, with an integrated product line, that enables rapid prototyping, desktop simulation, and hardware-in-the-loop VV. Product Demos The LHP product line was displayed and demonstrated for all visitors. Customers were able to run model-in-the-loop, software-in-the-loop, and hardware-in-the-loop applications with our Panthera rapid controls prototyping suite (RCP), rapid prototype units (RPU), desktop test environments (DTE), and HIL test platforms (HTP). Tours, walkthroughs, and demos, allowed LHP and our customers to interact and discuss applications. Lunch and Learns We
Rapid control prototyping enables engineers to test the operation of new controls in real applications early in the development cycle. The prototyping platform can be implemented in several ways. Often, the easiest solution is to simply use an existing ECU and add the new functionality by utilizing spare I/O pins in existing software. This works fine if the ECU has the spare I/O, CPU resources, and memory required to implement the new functionality, but these constraints often present obstacles to innovative research and development. Many people would prefer to use an open hardware architecture, like National Instruments cRIO, to provide a more flexible and expandable solution for rapid prototyping in a real research environment. The NI cRIO chassis with NIs large selection of c-series I/O cards provide a very powerful and flexible hardware platform to adapt to future research projects. Model-based system design practices provide a scalable and adaptable software platform that can quickly
The LHP team is on tour! Our engineers are packing up their roadie cases and visiting companies and technical events to demonstrate how embedded controls can be developed more effectively with powerful tools and efficient workflows. Some of the presentations prepared for these visits include: Accelerating your Embedded Controls with an Integrated Workflow A Rapid Prototyping Workflow for Embedded Controls Hardware-in-the-Loop Test Workflow for Automotive Controls Implementing a Model-based Design and Test Workflow Each of these presentations are prepared with an educational seminar and product demonstration format. LHP is always willing to tailor our workshops to the specific needs of the audience. If you, your application, or your technical team can benefit from learning about these tools and workflows, be sure to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule LHPs participation in your event. Applications with specific interest in embedded controls development would gain the most