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Dear Sir or Madam,
among other topics, this issue features articles about the ETAS ES636 Precision Lambda Meter and Virtual injection needles-in-the-loop as well as a new category: frequently asked questions (FAQs). In addition, we provide you with the latest publications in technical magazines and upcoming trainings and events. We hope you enjoy reading this newsletter and that it inspires you with some new ideas. We look forward to your feedback!
Best regards,
Your ETAS team

Exact. Universal. Connected. ETAS ES636

An upgraded feature of the ETAS ES636 Precision Lambda Meter mathematically determines the relative humidity from existing measurement data. This greatly simplifies the complete collection of physical parameters in combustion processes.

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Virtual injection needles-in-the-loop

Modern injection systems ensure that combustion is clean and low in emissions. In doing so, they are helped by increasingly precise development tools. A new Hardware-in-the-Loop solution from ETAS now precisely simulates the behavior of individual injectors.

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Keeping pace with the future

With excellent preparation and support, the ETAS-sponsored Formula Student teams tested their vehicles under real conditions on the Bosch proving ground in Boxberg. Many of the teams managed to finish in top positions at the Formula Student Germany competition in Hockenheim. Plans are in the works for a new competition in autonomous driving.

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“On-the-road” support

For the fourth summer in a row, ETAS provided support to customers testing their ECUs in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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INCA Calibration in Stuttgart (German)
This covers the complete scope of the functionality of the INCA product family (database management, measurement, calibration, evaluation of measure files, and connection to the dyno). Practical operation and explanation of the theoretical context. Ideal for beginners.
Details | Register: December 5-7, 2016 or December 12-14, 2016 (additional training)
AUTOSAR for Software Developers in Stuttgart (English)
The training focuses on the AUTOSAR concepts and mixes theory and practical exercise. You learn how to develop application software components and how they are integrated in an ECU.
Details | Register: November 15-16, 2016

AUTOSAR Basic Software in Stuttgart (English)
You learn the basics of the configuration and generation of the AUTOSAR basic software modules. The training covers the basics on the services layer, the communication stack, the memory stack, and the diagnostics stack.
Details | Register: November 17-18, 2016

NewDates for 2017 are available at:
more ETAS trainings in Germany
NEW - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

ETAS Support answers frequently asked questions in the Download Center
ETAS recently added a new category to its Download Center at frequently asked questions or FAQs. These questions are taken from those fielded every day by the ETAS helpdesks (INCA, ASCET, LABCAR) and cover a wide range of topics:

What has to be taken into account prior to using a DualMode-ETK-S in combination with ES89x
for the very first time?

What are the prerequisites for using eCDM?

How to transmit the process point of a curve or map via ASAP3?

How do I connect the modules ES910 and ES891 for Rapid Prototyping use cases?

How to set the Measure failure behaviour for Daisy chain Modules?
all FAQs
Trade Shows and Speeches

AUTOTEST 2016 October 26-27, 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany

14th escar Europe November 16-17, 2016 in Munich, Germany

17th Stuttgart International Symposium March 14-15, 2017 in Stuttgart, Germany

embedded world 2017 March 14-16, 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany
more trade shows and speeches

"Geführte und automatisierte Applikation und Validierung von Antriebsstrangsystemen: Weniger Aufwand, mehr Effizienz" [German], Dr. Ulrich Lauff and Rajesh Reddy, ETAS, Sven Meyer, IAV; Publication: Elektronik automotive 06-07/2016 (June 1, 2016)

"Methoden und Tools für die Entwicklung von Fahrzeugsystemen: Messung, Simulation, Virtualisierung" [German], Dr. Ulrich Lauff, Joachim Löchner, and Johannes Wagner, ETAS; Publication: Elektronik automotive Sonderheft Software (September 1, 2016)
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