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X-in-the-loop (XIL) technologies are receiving increased attention in modern automotive development processes. In particular, collaborative experiments, such as XIL tools, have efficient applications in the design of multi-actuated, electric, and automated vehicles. The presented paper introduces results of such a collaborative study for XIL, which focused on the feasibility of coordinated real-time simulations for the control of vehicle dynamics systems. The outcomes are based on extensivedoi:10.1109/access.2017.2789020 fatcat:volrakeprravvkni5voodnvy3q