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AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is a worldwide development partnership of major automotive industry OEMs and suppliers, as well as tool and software companies. The goal of the partnership is to establish and develop a global standard encompassing a common software architecture, application interfaces, and methodologies for developing embedded software for …
ETAS ISOLAR-EVE – Virtual ECU for software development
ETAS ISOLAR-EVE (ETAS Virtual ECU) is a tool platform for effi cient PC-based development, validation, and verifi cation of embedded software. ISOLAR-EVE uses the AUTOSAR standard, by which fl exibility and open interfaces facilitate considerable improvements in productivity in many key development steps, such as:
In this article, Dirk Böndel and Steffen Roser (Support Engineers at ETAS) provide instructions regarding how to use a VECU created in ISOLAR-EVE in MATLAB/SIMULINK?
This server upgrade contains the support for the Flexera FlexNet API V184.108.40.206. The following information is of relevance to customers using concurrent or user based license. Machine based licenses are not affected. License server from other tool vendors are not affected by this upgrade. This new ETAS license server provides support of Windows® 2016 server and supports all previous ETAS license manager …
How to use Microsoft Visual Studio to compile and debug VECUs in ISOLAR-EVE? In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) provides a step by step guide from selecting the Visual Studio compiler in ISOLAR-EVE to debugging the VECU in Visual Studio.
Receiving an error message when trying to generate RTA-OS code in ISOLAR-EVE on Windows 10? In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) shows one possible root cause and the according solution.
In case you are missing tab Signal Generator in Experiment Environment: In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), provides further information.
Today’s software-controlled vehicle systems not only need to function safely, they also require protection against attacks from cyber criminals. By leveraging the benefits of HiL/SiL (XiL) technology, ETAS and ESCRYPT use virtualization to test the protection of onboard ECUs against cyberattacks in an overall vehicle context.
Authors: Dr. Tobias Kreuzinger, Jürgen Crepin, ETAS and Dr. Marko Wolf, …