dSPACE is the world’s leading producer of engineering tools for developing electronic control units (ECUs) and mechatronic controls. The company is an industry pioneer that helped launch the embedded controls development market some 20 years ago, and remains as a leading provider of solutions to this day.
dSPACE develops and distributes integrated hardware and software tools for developing electronic control units and mechatronic controls. dSPACE systems are mainly used in research and development, for maximum speed and efficiency in bringing new developments to maturity.
Using dSPACE systems, manufacturers of controllers and electronic control units (ECUs) dramatically reduce their development times and costs, and noticeably increase their productivity. The reason is our optimum mix of standard solutions for rapid control prototyping, automatic production code generation, hardware-in-the-loop simulation, and ECU calibration. We also provide comprehensive services – from on-site training to custom engineering.
dSPACE is viewed by its customers as a high-tech market leader committed to continually investing in research and development. They also appreciate our close partnerships with them, shown by years of cooperation and the shared objective to embrace and exceed technological advancements.
The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Paderborn, Germany. dSPACE has been selling its products on the national and international markets since 1989, and has experienced a constant high rate of growth. There are now more than 900 employees at dSPACE worldwide.
dSPACE’s customer base includes manufacturers and electronics suppliers in automotive, aerospace, and other industries. Our customers include: Audi, BAE Systems, Boeing, BMW, Caterpillar, Chrysler, Daimler, DENSO, Ford, Fujitsu, General Dynamics, General Electric, General Motors, Goodrich, Honda, Kodak, Lord Corporation, Mitsubishi, Moog, NASA, Nikon, Nissan, Northrop Grumman, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Raytheon, Renault, Siemens, Smiths, Swales, Toyota, United Technologies, Visteon, Volvo, and VW.
Last update by Alicia Alvin, Wed 27 May 2009