LHP Engineering Solutions Brings Panthera Suite, Reliable Test Solutions to Auto Manufacturers

NOVI, MI -- AUTOMOTIVE TESTING EXPO -- LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), a leading provider of embedded electronic controls systems, development products, and engineering processes that streamline automotive engineering operations, today announced it is exhibiting the new Panthera Rapid Controls Prototyping (RCP) Suite, Rapid Prototyping Unit (RPU), and Desktop Test Environment (DTE) at Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) 2015 in booth E100.

"In the automotive industry, we see a huge demand for control and plant modeling software, rapid prototyping solutions, and HIL systems for system-level verification and validation to keep up with the evolving automotive industry," said Vince Socci, vice president of the Platform Division at LHP Engineering Solutions. "LHP engineers are entrenched in emissions and service monitoring, safety monitoring, fuel economy efficiencies, traffic controls, automatic brake controls, self-parking systems, crash-avoidance technology, engine variations, and all of the other new developments that are critical to success for automakers. Our tailored products and services to improve quality, schedule, and development cost for leading auto manufacturers."

Introducing Panthera for Rapid Controls Prototyping

The Panthera RCP Suite from LHP is a complete suite of products to support rapid controls prototyping on National Instruments LinuxRT-based controllers. The suite includes the Panthera Blockset, Panthera RTE run-time engine, Calibra measurement and calibration tool, and Panthera FPGA, and provides embedded systems engineers with an environment to develop real-time controls algorithms with MathWorks' Simulink and immediately deploy to National Instruments hardware. By leveraging National Instruments' huge catalog of modular hardware, engineers can build a wide variety of solutions to fit tailored application requirements.

Dan White, chief engineer of the Platform Division of LHP Engineering Solutions, spoke at ATE 2015 as an expert on model-based design for rapid prototyping of engine controls.

For more information, visit http://www.lhpes.com/panthera

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