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A Library for ModelsAt BMW, the services provided by a model library support model-based function development
The steadily rising number of ASCET models causes a corresponding increase in the effort dedicated to model maintenance, management, and integration. Providing a variety of services, a model library lightens the burden of routine tasks for function developers, and …
Automated and Flexible Testing for OBD II and EOBDETAS extends OCT software for emission-specific diagnostic tests
As mandated by the U.S. EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, new car registrations in the United States require proof of OBD conformity as per SAE J1699/3. This is accomplished by means of dedicated, open-source certification software. However, this …
BMW Evaluates AUTOSARAUTOSAR technology supports distributed software development for a body electronics production ECU
As a founding member of the AUTOSAR partnership, the BMW Group drives the implementation of the standard in ECU development. BMW has developed ORPHEUS, a tool for creating system descriptions and for generating the runtime environment (RTE). BMW’s Body …
Competence Exchange Symposium 2007 ECU software development with ASCET
On June 28, automotive embedded software experts and decision makers joined ETAS partners for this year’s Competence Exchange Symposium at the Unimog Museum in Gaggenau. The focus of the event rested squarely on the subject of ECU software development with ASCET.
Development Solutions for AUTOSAR ECUsModel-based development through the use of RTA, ASCET, and INTECRIO
This article describes the model-based development of AUTOSAR application software components through the use of ETAS products RTA, ASCET, and INTECRIO.
Dual Clutch Transmission Demonstrator Vehicle Uses ASCETAn interview with Dr. Richard Taylor, Vocis Driveline Controls
GM MDI Product Launch
This past summer, ETAS began to roll-out the new MDI (Multiple Diagnostic Interface) for General Motors. The MDI is the third generation diagnostic service tool, based on ETAS’ new VCI (Vehicle Communication Interface) platform (please also refer to RealTimes 1/2007, p. 13). It will include over 14,000 units to be distributed to GM dealers worldwide over …
High-Speed in the ECU LaboratoryPT-LABCAR V2.0 features high system performance
Increasingly complex automotive electronic systems have to be tested on powerful Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) systems. The HiL systems have to deliver a powerful performance and must also be flexible to ensure a cost-efficient response to modifications and extensions of the systems under test. …
INCA V6: Established Tool with Modern ArchitectureIntuitive editors, better performance, and a lot more functionality
INCA V6 will make ECU calibration much more efficient. Users will appreciate the intuitive Variable Selection Dialog, the Calibration Scenario Editor and the easy-to-use Trigger Editor. Ease of use, new options, and much more efficient work alone and in a …
Model-Based Prototyping with INTECRIOKettering University students take the pinch out of automatic up windows
Electronic windows, designed to increase driver convenience and ease-of-use, are now a standard feature on millions of production vehicles. Today’s automobiles have electronic window control, and feature automatic up and down operation with a single button …