Advanced electronic systems
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Embedded solutions. Monet was founded in 2001, to design hardware and software platforms for embedded electronic systems.
An electronic control unit combines a variety of functions for a wide range of applications.
They combine several functions and control practically all the vehicle's electronics, drive, comfort and security functions. In addition, they can are used as intermediaries and managers in complex electrical and electronic vehicle architectures (gateways).
In the EV and HEV the power converters control the electrical current between the battery and the motor and vice-versa.
The internal components of a power converter are principally the semiconductors. Consequently, they must be designed to manage a battery voltage up to higher levels (especially on the charge phase).
Whatever type of processor is used in the embedded system, a very general-purpose type or highly specialized processor intended for a particular application, need a software platform to guarantee the reliability and safety of the application running on.
Monet was founded in 2001, to design hardware and software platforms for embedded electronic systems.
Software development and architecture design for production is a distinctive result and different from regular softw are development.
Although MONET is best known for the Open-ECU product line, a large and growing portion of our business is to provide fully custom electronics hardware designs for Customers in different markets.
Monet team brings together substantive expertise in all main disciplines required to deliver production of electronic systems in transportation applications (commercial and industrial automotive and military grade ECU).
Managing test field data as well as calibration data in planning, preparation and execution of test jobs and further processing of results is becoming more and more important within the automotive industry, foremost to be able to increase efficiency all over the development process.