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Please join us for a 2-hour seminar on October 10, 2013 where we demonstrate integrated test methods to detect issues faster and earlier, all conveniently at your desktop.
On July 10, 2013 please join us for a 2-hour seminar where we will provide an overview of the virtualization approach, along with potential gains from adopting this new methodology. We will discuss a number of use cases that make good candidates for virtualizing development.
Continuing with our 2013 seminar series, this free event will provide an introduction to functional safety and the safety standard ISO 26262. You will learn how the software development process is impacted and which tools are available to become ISO 26262 compliant. Closely related is embedded security. Find out how you can protect the integrity of embedded systems against deliberate manipulation and how safety and security go hand in hand to provide reliability and trust.
You are invited to a free seminar where we discuss new approaches that will enable you to turn around projects faster and with higher quality. Learn about methods and add-ons that will let you leverage your current tools to gain real efficiencies.
Join us for a free seminar that will guide your through the AUTOSAR development phases, and introduce you to innovative, AUTOSAR-compliant tools that will bring real efficiencies into your development process.
On May 24, 2012, ETAS will again host Connections. This year's event will address the topic of virtualizing the ECU development process. Join us to gain insights into the challenges and successes on the road to a virtual development/test environment.
Connections 2011 will take place on May 26 and features a schedule of industry presentations centered on novel solutions to the engineering process, methods, and tool challenges faced in developing automotive/commercial vehicle control systems.
On May 26, ETAS will again host Connections. This year's theme, "Maximizing Asset Re-Use", reflects the critical importance and focus that automotive OEMs and Tier 1 ECU suppliers are placing on maintaining and re-using assets related to embedded software development and calibration.