You are cordially invited to the CAR-ELE JAPAN 2014, January 15-17 2014, at the Tokyo Big Site, Exhibition Hall WEST - Tokyo. We will exhibit solutions for AUTOSAR, Model Based Development, Function-in-the-Loop (FiL) test systems, and automated calibration to increase the quality and efficiency for the development and maintenance of embedded systems.

01/08/2014

ETAS Japan participates in the CAR-ELE JAPAN 2014

You are cordially invited to the CAR-ELE JAPAN 2014, January 15-17 2014, at the Tokyo Big Site, Exhibition Hall WEST - Tokyo.
Take the opportunity to visit the exhibition, get in contact, and discuss with our team of experts. Please stop by our booth No. W 4-36.

We will exhibit solutions for AUTOSAR, Model Based Development, Function-in-the-Loop (FiL) test systems, and automated calibration to increase the quality and efficiency for the development and maintenance of embedded systems. 

  • AUTOSAR
    ETAS virtualization solutions enable validation, testing, and calibration of ECU functionality already in early stages without the actual ECU and help to increase the efficiency and quality at a lower total cost of ownership.
    Exhibition: ISOLAR-EVE, RTPC-EVE, ISOLAR-A, ASCET
  • Model Based Development
    Provide total development environment from software modeling to code generation.
    The control models created with different tools generates executable image on the hardware for prototyping.
    Exhibition: ASCET, INTECRIO, RTA 
  • FiL Test System
    A new method of ECU software test with bypass hook technology: Function-in-the-Loop (FiL).
    Low cost and high performance ECU software test environment, which can cover a simple test as well as a test with complicated simulation models.
    Exhibition: LABCAR-RTPC, ES592, ES910
  • Automated Calibration
    Increasing software complexity, a growing number of vehicle variants, extensive diagnostic requirements, and less test vehicles require moving the calibration of embedded controls to test benches, HiL systems, and virtual environments. Calibration efforts can be largely reduced by employing automation, numerical optimization, and simulation methods.
    Exhibition: ETAS ASCMO, INCA-FLOW

We are looking forward to seeing you soon!