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Wind of Change –2018 keeps a lot of news for ETAS
Dear Sir or Madam,
Spring is just around the corner, nature is changing and will soon blossom into new life. And a lot is new at ETAS, too. We report about our brand-new booth design at embedded world 2018, our move to a new building in Stuttgart-Feuerbach, and a recently concluded cooperation between ETAS Korea and a renowned research center. In addition, there are also news from our product and solution portfolio: Look forward to a technical article about HiL systems and the presentation of the ETAS Road Trip Generator.

Enjoy reading!
Best regards,
Your ETAS team
New test facility enables seamless E/E validation
The Bertrandt Group offers automakers comprehensive testing of all the components of a vehicle‘s electronic control system, ranging from test specification to ECU release. To facilitate this service, Bertrandt has set up a new test facility featuring high-performance HiL test benches based on ETAS LABCAR HiL technology. The facility offers test coverage of considerable depth and breadth and is designed to conduct E/E tests in an efficient, modular, scalable, and fully automated manner.
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Identification of RDE-compliant road trips for HiL tests
The ETAS Road Trip Generator (RTG) extracts route information from Google Maps® and Here® technology to create Real Driving Emissions (RDE)-compliant profiles for sim­ulations. Read about the tool’s development story, its advantages, and the add-on which was developed especially to find RDE-compliant routes.
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ETAS is moving
Effective April 1, 2018, ETAS GmbH will have a new address. Until now, ETAS associates in Germany – around 700 in total – have been based in four different buildings at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach site. The move will bring them all together under the same roof for the first time. This explains why associates like to refer to the new building as ETAS Home.
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ETAS’ new booth design impressed visitors at embedded world 2018
embedded world, the leading international trade fair for embedded systems, took place in Nuremberg, Germany, on February 27 through March 1 this year, attracting over 32,200 visitors. This year, ETAS and its subsidiary ESCRYPT had two booths at the event, giving them an exhibition area of some 250 square meters to showcase their products and services. Their brand-new booth design came as a surprise to visitors.
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ETAS Korea cooperates with Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology
On February 8, 2018, ETAS Korea signed a ”Memorandum of Understanding“ (MoU) with Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) for a cooperation in the field of automotive IT.
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INCA Calibration in Stuttgart (German) – Ideal for beginners
Details · Register: May, 15-17, 2018 or June, 19-21, 2018

INCA – Advanced Calibration Techniques in Stuttgart (German)
Details · Register: April, 19-20, 2018 or June, 14-15, 2018

EHOOKS in Stuttgart (German)
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ASCET-MD Seminar: Modeling and Design in Stuttgart (German)
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AUTOSAR for Software Developers in Stuttgart (English)
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AUTOSAR Basic Software in Stuttgart (English)
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AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Software Developers in Stuttgart (English)
Details · Register: April, 17-18, 2018 or May, 8-9, 2018

SCODE Methodology: From Concepts to Code Generation in Stuttgart (English)
Details · Register: July, 9, 2018
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Trade Shows

Driver Assistance Systems 2018   April, 18-19, 2018 in Wiesbaden, Germany

Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2018   June, 5-7, 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany

22nd International Kongress of Automotive Electronics June, 19-20, 2018 in Ludwigsburg, Germany
all trade shows

INTECRIO: How to collect data for troubleshooting?

Which products of MathWorks® have to be installed to use Simulink® models with LABCAR-OPERATOR?

ASCET: How to adjust the X axis of an oscilloscope in dialog Physical Experiment?
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