Motar controls InMotion KP&T IM/e race car
ICT has partnered with Automotive Technology InMotion to jointly develop the KP&T IM/e race car. InMotion is looking to to participate in the 24-hour Le Mans race with their IM01 endurance racer. They also want to break the all-time electric car speed record on the famous Nürburgring Nordschleife race track. As the forerunner of the IM01, InMotion is currently developing the KP&T IM/e electric formula race car, which will act as a test platform for multiple systems and technologies.
ICT and InMotion have joined forces to develop the Electrical Control Units (ECUs) for the complete KP&T IM/e race car. ICT is providing their Motar platform, consisting of the ECU hardware, Basic software and a model-based development toolkit. InMotion is developing the actual control algorithms that will run on these ECUs, controlling the entire car.
With Motar, ICT offers a solution in which your ECU firmware is ready as soon as the control algorithms are finished. Once your Simulink® prototype model is ready, you can build and flash your model on a production class automotive hardware target from within Simulink with the simple click of a button. Motar bridges the gap from model to target.
Business unit manager Automotive and Mobility