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Issue 2/2021 ETAS
Dear Sir or Madam,
The last one and a half years have shown that it is necessary to find new ways of working together. Physical distancing and working from home were important from the outset, but we also focused more than ever on the idea of being stronger together. Of course, the automotive industry is also facing many other challenges, from automated driving and e-mobility to connectivity and new business models. New methods are required to continuously improve automotive software and bring it to market much faster, all without compromising safety.

For this reason the current issue of the ETAS customer magazine RealTimes is all about being “stronger together.” Only by working together can we respond effectively to the demands that we, ETAS, also have to face. Whether agile methods, ADAS, or insights into exciting customer projects from around the world – there is a lot to discover. In this issue of RealTimes online, we therefore want to present selected articles from our co-publication, the RealTimes magazine. Of course, you can also find the entire issue of RealTimes magazine on our website.

Last but not least, we would like to draw your attention to the upcoming ETAS Connections 2021. Top-class speakers and interesting topics are waiting for you.

Enjoy reading and stay healthy!

Best regards,
Your ETAS team
Evolution, revolution, or out-of-the-box?
Automated driving, connectivity, and new business models pose a challenge to software developers. They need new methods that will allow them to continuously improve functions and bring them to market much faster, all without compromising safety. Are we up to meeting these challenges?
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Next generation large scale prototyping
Model-based development and Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) are essential for developing high quality control software with higher efficiency. However, in the case of large scale software – such as engine control – up to now, RCP could only be used for some parts of the development process. Nissan Motor Corporation and ETAS took on the chal­lenge of jointly developing an RCP environment for large scale control software models for series production projects.
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Cybersecurity included
AUTOSAR Adaptive paves the way to an intelligently connected vehicle. To provide reliable protection against cyberattacks, this standard features security functions that can be integrated today into tomorrow’s E/E architectures.
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A journey of discovery through ECU software
In the field of ECU calibration, many automakers use ETAS EHANDBOOK as a form of interactive documentation that enables them to gain a better and faster understanding of how the ECU software works. In this article, two users from Audi and an ETAS expert explain how EHANDBOOK can be used to make day-to-day work more efficient.
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Replacing human senses with measurement data
To enable automated driving, sensor systems must replace human sensory perception. To design these systems and check their function at all stages of development, system developers need comprehensive access to measurement data. New modular measurement technology from ETAS is helping to acquire and deliver this data.
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ETAS Connections 2021
On September 27 and 28 we invite you to Stuttgart's Wagenhallen to the ETAS Connections 2021. With the motto “The challenge: How to win the race in software-based business?” we, together with top-class speakers, will offer you a 360-degree view of the challenges facing the automotive industry with regard to software-based business.
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On-site trainings:

INCA Calibration in Stuttgart (German)
November 16-18, 2021 or December 7-9, 2021

ASCET-MD seminar: Modeling and Design (ASCET V6) in Stuttgart (German)
July 26-28, 2021


AUTOSAR Basic Software in Stuttgart (English)
July 14-15, 2021

AUTOSAR for Software Developers in Stuttgart (English)
July 12-13, 2021
Online trainings:

You and your team are interested in online trainings for INCA, MDA, EHANDBOOK, ETAS ASCMO, EHOOKS, ASCET, INTECRIO, or SCODE? Contact us for further information: training.de@etas.com
Future Mobility Detroit September 8-9, 2021 in Dearborn

SIAT Expo 2021 September 29 - October 1, 2021 in Pune

Aachen Colloquium October 4-6, 2021 in Aachen
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