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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.
ETAS brings professional real-time testing to your desk
ETAS DESK-LABCAR is a compact, scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) test system that enables cost-efficient testing of electronic control units (ECUs) in the early stages of development– with award-winning design and usability.
Validation of ECU software in virtual test drives with AUTOSAR and FMI
Hardware-independent validation of ECU software with virtual electronic control units and virtual test drives offers many advantages. ETAS and IPG Automotive GmbH make the most of them with a new solution.
ETAS INCA-FLOW helps users standardize calibration tasks
Calibrating gasoline and diesel engine management systems is a challenging task that is largely repetitive with regard to specific customer projects. Using INCA-FLOW, the calibration process can be set up for one ECU variant and then reused for others, which can significantly increase calibration efficiency. In addition, measurements can be easily reproduced, leading to …
Students can familiarize themselves with ETAS tools early on thanks to special higher-education packages
With its comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions, ETAS offers active support to higher education and research institutes worldwide in the area of embedded systems. As a result, all work processes in areas ranging from software development to measurement, calibration, and diagnostics can be supported in accordance …
First ETAS hackathon took place at headquarters
According to Wikipedia “A hackathon (also known as a hack day, hackfest, or codefest) is an event in which computer programmers and others involved in software and hardware development…collaborate intensively on software projects.“ It goes on to explain that “some hackathons are intended simply for educational or social purposes, although in many cases the goal is to create …
ETAS Hardware-in-the-Loop system validates train subsystem
In the railway industry, simulation is the key to developing and validating new products because the possibility to validate a train subsystem exists only during the period when the first production train is being built. Indeed, although all hardware components can be validated on the supplier bench, the validation of the subsystem control can only be performed on the …
A key to calibrating modern internal combustion engines
Design of Experiments and model-based parameter optimization are the keys to mastering
complex engine management systems. In the following report, Hyundai and ETAS show
how model-based development methods can sensibly support the calibration of modern
internal combustion engines.
High data transfer rates allow universal use
With the market launch of the new FETK high-speed ECU interface and the ES89x ECU and Bus Interface Modules, ETAS is introducing a new solution for validating and calibrating
electronic systems, as well as for prototyping new electronic control unit functions. Thanks to data transmission rates that are 20 times faster, the new tools meet the needs of increasingly sophisticated …
New development tools for clean engines
In modern injection systems, preset injection intervals are being replaced by mechatronic realtime control systems, whereby the engine control unit (ECU) determines the opening and closing of each injector needle and immediately corrects any deviations from the target values. With new high-precision development tools paving the way to series production, ETAS has brought its own …
Intelligent interaction between software and hardware safeguards ECUs
Connected vehicle systems require protection against unauthorized access. Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) provide this, but have always been unsuitable for automotive applications. This is no longer the
case, thanks to Bosch’s HSM and its derivatives implemented by various semiconductor manufacturers.
Timed to coincide with the growing popularity of these …