We have a long and outstanding experience in system-design and development of object-oriented software for solar applications. This includes development of application specific software-frameworks, complex statemachines for controlling solar systems and maximum power point tracking algorithms.
We have more than a decade of experience in internationalization of solar products, including the following standards: USA: UL1998, IEEE1547, UL1741, Europe: VDE-AR-N 4105, CEI 0-16 and CEI 0-21 Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 4777.2, and many more...
We develop control algorithms for power-converters with Matlab/Simulink and embed them in a flexible, object-oriented software environment.
Modelling and simulating the control loop in this environment allows us to create robust solutions with a minimum of on target debugging.
To minimize time consuming target debugging, we develop C/C++ power converter software in a unit-test environment on the PC.
We integrate this environment into the CI/CD pipelines to provide continuous feedback about the state of the software.
Additionally, we have the knowledge to test our systems on a hardware in the loop system (HIL). This rapid prototyping environment allows efficient verification of the developed software, even when there is no prototype hardware available.
We provide the software oscilloscope "Se-Scope" that can be integrated into any power converter. This allows monitoring the state of the power converter and the internals of the control-loops while the device is powered.
A cloud-based framework for monitoring devices in field testing provides insight into the software of prototype devices.
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Flurin Bühler, Joachim Stöckli, Jakob Wanner