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ETAS EHANDBOOK – Interactive ECU Software Documentation
At a Glance
This release provides a new version of EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR (see download link to the right) with several improvements and new features to make ECU software documentation easier to use and understand.
New features and improvements at a glance:
Documenting ECU Software with the ETAS EHANDBOOK
From function development to calibration, all phases of ECU development require detailed knowledge of how functions for the control and diagnosis of electronic systems operate and interact. Conventional ECU software documentation is becoming more extensive and confusing due to the increasing number of functions and the growing capabilities, and complexity of ECU logic. …
ETAS EHANDBOOK achieves third place in the Automotive category
Readers of the trade magazines Elektronik and Elektronik automotive voted ETAS’ EHANDBOOK interactive documentation tool third place in their “Product of the Year 2016” awards. In second place was Bosch’s solid-state cell for lithium-ion batteries, and first place was taken by Audi’s Matrix laser headlights.
Für die Entwicklung von Steuergeräten müssen Funktionen der Steuerung, Regelung und Diagnose elektronischer Systeme bekannt sein. Das macht die herkömmliche Software-Dokumentation umfangreich und schwer verständlich. Einfacher geht das mit dem EHANDBOOK.
"Dokumentation leicht gemacht", P. Frey, U. Lauff und R. Rick
E&E-Kompendium 2017, S. 133-135
Displaying and understanding complex ECU functions with the ETAS EHANDBOOK
One of the main tools that calibration engineers have is the documentation of ECU functions. When searching for faults in calibration, plausibility checks must be repeatedly carried out on the measurement values of function variables – known as labels – using this software documentation. In the function sheet, the block diagrams from the …
New interactive documentation helps calibration engineers to quickly handle ECU software
As engineers develop ECU functions using ETAS ASCET, Simulink®, or C code and then translate these functions into software, a huge amount of documentation is generated. This documentation can quickly fill up 10,000-20,000 pages – and until now, calibration engineers have had to handle all this data in PDF format.
Known Issue Report ETAS License Manager (LiMa)
Even after careful development and extensive release testing, we occasionally find defects in our products after they have been released into the marketplace. We correct minor problems in the course of our regular maintenance and development activities.
For more significant problems, we publish a Known Issue Report (KIR) to inform you about the technical effects of …
The validation and calibration of networked systems demand new tools and methods: Isolated test series at the test bench and in the vehicle are no longer sufficient to optimize and assure the behavior of complex systems during all kinds of operating conditions.
To meaningfully supplement them and to fully utilize their possibilities, ETAS has developed new solutions …