One motorcycle model from concept to sign-off

VI-BikeRealTime is the ideal platform to perform software-in-the-loop and hardware-in-the-loop activities on your motorcycle model. This is made possible thanks to the interface with MATLAB Simulink and with most widely used HIL platforms.

In this way engineers can first develop reliable control systems in a safe environment and then test them checking how real ECUs interact with the virtual model. ECUs durability under realistic working conditions can be tested as well.

Thanks to its high accuracy, the VI-BikeRealTime solver is the perfect component to empower riding simulators.

VI-BikeRealTime is interfaced with VI-Motorcycle, the ADAMS-based multibody solution for detailed motorcycle models, and therefore real-time models can be automatically derived from detailed multibody models. This approach, already proven to be successful in the automotive industry, allows users to decrease modelling time, to increase confidence in results and to maintain only one database. 


  • Support for different hardware-in-the-loop environments
  • Easy-to-use interface with MATLAB Simulink for software-in-the-loop studies
  • Maximum performance event to predict vehicle limit speed along the desired 2D or 3D track
  • Built-in postprocessing environment for live animation and plotting
  • Moveable rider mass option to accurately define instantaneous roll axis
  • Multiple options for tire models, like VI-Tire Motorcycle and MF-Tyre 6.2
  • Model divided in subsystems (frame, front suspension, rear suspension, tires, brakes, gears, aerodynamics and powertrain) to easily handle all input parameters
  • Automatic model export from VI-Motorcycle
  • Real-time environment for the simulation of high-performance and production motorcycles and scooters


  • Possibility of taking design decisions in the shortest time possible at minimum cost
  • No need to validate the models derived from detailed VI-Motorcycle assemblies
  • Possibility of increasing the number of design variations to be studied
  • Motorcycle behavior can be investigated in real-time

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