News & Insights
Reliable basis for safe AUTOSAR ECUs
TÜV SÜD has once again given ETAS its seal of approval: ETAS AUTOSAR Basic Software is compliant with ISO 26262:2018 ASIL-D applications. In addition, compliance with further safety standards have been confirmed to cover passenger vehicles, motorbikes, trucks, and off-highway machinery.
Supporting Bochum’s profile as a center of technology
ETAS CEO Friedhelm Pickhard has received an award from his alma mater, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, for his untiring efforts to raise the city’s profile, particularly in the field of cybersecurity.
ETAS and BlackBerry QNX announce cooperation for software platform based on AUTOSAR Adaptive
ETAS GmbH and BlackBerry QNX, a business unit of BlackBerry Limited, announced today the companies will cooperate to jointly develop and market a safety-critical platform for use in next generation connected and autonomous vehicles.
New company “ETAS NI Systems” is founded September 1, 2019
ETAS GmbH and National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today announced the antitrust authorities have approved the creation of the joint venture ETAS NI Systems GmbH & Co. KG.
Ready. Set. Go. Formula Student 2019
The 14th Formula Student Germany (FSG), one of Europe’s premier engineering competitions, took place at Hockenheim on August 5 through 11, 2019. Read on to learn more about FSG and this year’s winning teams.
ETAS Connections 2020 – Register now
ETAS invites you to Stuttgart's Wagenhallen on 23 and 24 March 2020. Together with top-class speakers, ETAS will offer a 360-degree view of the challenges facing the automotive industry with regard to future E/E architectures and new collaboration models.
ETAS Symposium 2019
The Symposium on Automotive Embedded Systems Development Symposium (ETAS Symposium) is an occasion to foster information exchange of trend, method and the latest technology of automotive embedded systems development.
Driving and calibration event in Boxberg
On July 5 and 6, 2019, ETAS offered together with Bosch, Bosch Engineering, and ITK 24 student teams, and thus almost 240 students, the opportunity to extensively test their self-developed vehicles at the Bosch test site in Boxberg.