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Product Family / Category
Product / Topic
ES891, ES892, ISOLAR-EVE
ETAS ISOLAR-EVE in application
Developing new, electronically controlled vehicle functions involves a number of discrete stages:
design, prototyping, implementation, verification, integration, and validation. However, these
can all be seamlessly connected by using virtual ECUs. Virtual ECUs can be duplicated any number
of times, which makes it easier for work processes to be performed in parallel and for tasks
to be better assigned. Both these factors can do a lot to speed up software development and
improve software quality. At the same time, using virtual ECUs brings down development costs
because they make it possible to recognize errors or flaws at the design and implementation
stages and resolve them early on.