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Issue 1/2020 ETAS
Dear Sir or Madam,
The current situation is a challenging time for all of us. Companies are increasingly introducing mobile working or are temporarily closing their sites. We too have taken appropriate measures and the majority of our associates are working from home until April 3. Following this, and in line with the site closures of a majority of our customers, all German ETAS (and ESCRYPT) locations will be closed from April 6 to April 17, 2020. However, in urgent cases, your contact persons in sales, support, and logistics will of course be available during this period.
At a time, when personal meetings are not easily possible, online media are even more important. Therefore, we are delighted to present you the current issue of RealTimes online.

Best wishes for you and your families!

Your ETAS team
Entering new worlds
The megatrends connectivity and automated driving require completely new E/E architectures. Powerful vehicle computers with microprocessors as well as the AUTOSAR Adaptive standard open new worlds for us.
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ETAS hackathon
The goal of the ETAS hackathon is to bring together associates from different departments across the company to find collaborative and creative solutions. Do you want to see some insights from the last hackathon? Watch the video!
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ETAS at ambedded world 2020
Autonomous driving, E/E architectures, and cybersecurity were the focus topics of ETAS and its subsidiary ESCRYPT at this year's event. The popular ETAS ACADEMY with live classroom-style presentations was again well received by the visitors. You could not be there? Take a look at our video booth tour.
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Automotive safety and security in focus
Automotive safety and security – why should these two aspects not be separated? Nigel Tracey, Vice President RTA solutions at ETAS, answers this question and discusses other related topics with Elektronik automotive’s editor-in-chief Gerhard Stelzer.
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Future-proof test systems for vehicle control units
The vehicle control unit (VCU) is set to play an increasingly important role, especially in electrified vehicles. Its performance capabilities make it the perfect choice for complex tasks such as coordinating all the components in the powertrain, including charge management.
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Why does the GPS tool display only a blue field instead of the expected map?
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Is it possible to measure GPS data in INCA with a mobile phone?
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How to display the toolbar in MDA V8 oscilloscope?
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