Our innovative eCatalog features a user-friendly overview of all ETAS products offered along the V-model. Our new eCatalog is easy to navigate and includes a number of helpful features: You can request quotes online, download individual chapters as PDF, email links to individual catalog pages, and much more.
News Archive 2007
ETAS is pleased to participate in the International Automotive Electronics Congress that will take place November 7 and 8, 2007 at the Sofitel Sèvres in Paris.
The conference, held bi-yearly, has become one of the most frequented automobile-related conferences in the world, where Dr. Matthias Klauda, ETAS CEO, and Dr. Hans Goller, ETAS Asia Pacific Vice President Marketing, will held a presentation entitled “Efficiency in the Development Environment – The Key to Mastering Increasingly Complex Automotive Control Systems” on Oct. 22, 2007 – 9:30 -10:40.
The new ETAS Product and Service Catalog "Development Solutions for Automotive Embedded Systems" 2007/2008 is now available. It features a comprehensive overview of all ETAS products offered along the V-model.
We are pleased to inform you that ETAS Japan will open a new office in Nagoya on September 3, 2007.
The software for the Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) test system PT-LABCAR has undergone comprehensive improvements.
LiveDevices Ltd. and ETAS Engineering Tools Application and Services Ltd. merged effective July 1, 2007. This was only a formal issue which means that our product portfolio as well as our ongoing business activities, such as service contracts, won't be affected by this merger.
Visit the ETAS Competence Exchange Symposium 2007 – Focus ASCET on June 27 and 28, 2007 at the Unimog Museum in Gaggenau. At the Symposium you will learn where we are currently with our key product ASCET and which innovations we're planning for the future. Numerous real life examples will illustrate the multitude of possible applications and promote exchange of knowledge and ideas.
With its new office in Bangalore, India, ETAS is extending its sales, marketing, and support activities in India. Strong economic growth, stricter emission regulations, and a large number of highly qualified engineers are contributing to a boom of the automotive industry in this region.