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A special year for ETAS
Dear Sir or Madam,
2019 is a special year for ETAS, as we are celebrating our 25th anniversary under the motto "25 years of ETAS – and still wild at heart". More topics in this issue: a review of this year's embedded world, an article about the introduction of AUTOSAR at Beijing New Energy Automobile Co., and an interview about machine learning. Last but not least: news about the Joint Venture between ETAS and National Instruments.
Enjoy reading!
Best regards,
Your ETAS team
ETAS and National Instruments Set-up Joint Venture
ETAS and National Instruments have signed definitive agreements to jointly design, build, and service pre-integrated Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) systems. By pooling their strengths both companies strive for improving test and validation of software in automotive electronics, including electronic control units (ECUs) and sensors, to meet current and future customer requirements.
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25 years of ETAS
ETAS is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Under the motto “25 years of ETAS – and still wild at heart,” we want to look back on our development from a small start-up, the so-called “young wild mavericks” within the Bosch Group, into an independent, globally successful company.
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“Our job is to make machine learning techniques usable”
In the early days, artificial intelligence was essentially the science of computer programming. Its use in industry has grown, particularly in the automotive sector. ETAS has a team that carries out general, non-project-specific research in this area to generate potential openings for the company.
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ETAS at embedded world 2019
“Wild at heart” at embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg: ETAS celebrated 25 years of driving embedded excellence with a brand-new booth design, an anniversary party, delicious fruit cocktails, and many other surprises.
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AUTOSAR meets functional safety
AUTOSAR is continuing to expand in the automotive market as a reference standard for developing complete ECU software stacks. Beijing New Energy Automobile Co. (BJEV) choses ETAS to introduce AUTOSAR for their ECUs.
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INCA Calibration in Stuttgart (English)
August, 27-29, 2019

INCA – Advanced Calibration Techniques in Stuttgart (German)
May, 21-22, 2019

EHOOKS in Stuttgart (German)
May, 24, 2019

ASCET-MD Seminar: Modeling and Design (ASCET V6) in Stuttgart (German)
July, 23-25, 2019

AUTOSAR Basic Software in Stuttgart (English)
May, 9-10, 2019 or July, 4-5, 2019

AUTOSAR for software developers in Stuttgart (English)
May, 7-8, 2019 or July, 2-3, 2019

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for software developers in Stuttgart (English)
June, 3-4, 2019 or July, 17-18, 2019
more ETAS trainings in Germany
Trade Shows

Automotive Testing Expo Europe   May 21-23, 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany

Automobil-Elektronik Kongress   June 25-26, 2019 in Ludwigsburg, Germany

Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology   October 7-9, 2019 in Aachen, Germany
all trade shows

ES820: How do I connect ES820 to other ETAS Hardware?
INTECRIO: How to make INTECRIO targets available in MATLAB®/Simulink®?
ASCET: Where can I find a list of all symbols of ASCET?
all FAQs
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