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The stopwatch returns ticks and any values reported by RTA-OS are in terms of ticks on the stopwatch time base. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) shows you what you can do to convert this stopwatch measurements into ‘clock time’ units like milliseconds, microseconds etc.
The ETAS ES910 Module delivers high computing power on the basis of the PowerQUICC ™ MPC8548 processor. Its compact design supplies a wide variety of interfaces for access to control units, vehicle buses, and measuring instruments.
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In case you would like to gain some knowledge around of network settings for ETAS hardware: In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), shows you the path to the user manual for 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, …
After AUTOSAR code validation ISOLAR may report errors like: "ASW4X_GEN_0005 - For the ..., the references ... are proxy." In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) describes possible root causes and how to fix them.
In case the validation of an AUTOSAR project gives you the error 'Constr_2031-In SwcInternalBehavior ...': In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) shows you how to fix it.
As a platform for simulation and validation, COSYM allows the integration and simulation of a SiL system. In this video, a vECU is being calibrated with INCA. The simulation of the entire system in COSYM serves for adjusting the calibration values of the vECU. Calibration engineers could use the same INCA environment, to do their calibration job for vECUs created in ISOLAR-EVE.
ETAS ASCMO is the ideal solution for databased modeling and model-based calibration. It enables users to accurately model, analyze, and optimize the behavior of complex systems with few measurements and advanced algorithms. Both steady-state and transient system behaviors can be captured.
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During development, test and calibration of progressive electronic systems of next-generation vehicles, large volumes of segmented data are generated. The ETAS Enterprise Automotive Data Management (EADM) environment is a proficient solution to extract and process the relevant information from these large data volumes.
The ES582.1 module is a dual-channel, compact and cost effective CAN FD interface. The module is a solution with flexible data rate support for connecting the PC or notebook to vehicle CAN (Controller Area Network) busses or the CAN port of individual electronic control units (ECU) on the vehicle.