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Open Source Software Attributions for ASCET V7.1
ETAS RTPC V6.1.1 Hotfix 5
This hotfix installation solves the following issue:
ETAS RTPC V6.1.1 Hotfix 5 includes the content of all previous hotfixes for ETAS RTPC V6.1.1. Further information is available in the readme document …
Rigorous development process for functional, safe ECUs
When distributed developer teams from several companies work on the same control unit, then functional safety also becomes a question of organization. This requires merging methodological know-how, proven development tools, and technical expertise into one rigorous process.
Knorr-Bremse relies on ETAS ASCET
High-speed trains are an essential part of efficient transport infrastructure in any modern industrialized country. But the trains’ travel speeds – of up to 250 km/h and more – place enormous demands on brake system mechanical components and control electronics. For the last 15 years, ETAS tools have helped Knorr-Bremse AG to develop the software for managing and controlling these crucial …
ETAS provides a flexible and portable prototyping solution
ETAS rapid prototyping and calibration tools have been simultaneously deployed at Clemson University’s research engine dynamometer and within Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) powertrain controls development team. Advanced engine control algorithms are able to be developed with high quality and short development times.
Security for connected and automated vehicles
At Frankfurt IAA 2015, the automotive industry reveals its latest innovations to the general public for the 66th time. The trend towards more electronics in vehicles continues unabated, but who will manage the extra complexity? And what about security? At this year’s exhibition, the experts at ESCRYPT discussed these topics with customers.
Automotive standard expanding to include agricultural and construction vehicles
A decade after its introduction, the AUTOSAR standard is finding its way into agricultural and construction vehicles. For cost and quality reasons, this makes sense – but equipment manufacturers should plan carefully.