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The Daisy Chain Configuration Tool, which is either integrated into INCA or provided as a standalone program, enables you to configure the modules of the ES4xx, ES63x and ES93x product families on your PC. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) describes where to find this tool and how to start it.
When you want to let a script start automatically after a2l file was generated: In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) describes a simple example customization to help you getting started.
In case you want to customize the build process of ASCET: In this article by Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), you will find a simple example and pointers to further information.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) points you to the options dialog and further information.
I wanted to flash code and data to ROM of ES910 but the field "Apply to..." in dialog "Memory pages" in ICA is disabled. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) points you to the common root cause and how to fix it.
A click is all it takes to generate software code for the highest demands using ASCET. That has long been the case. But the new ASCET-DEVELOPER 7 can do even more. It raises the model-based development of embedded systems to a new level of safety, security, and productivity.
Demand for low-emission vehicles is growing all the time. To serve this high-volume market, all OEMs are developing new hybrid and electric models. To be able to deal with the high frequency of new customer requirements, the systems required to efficiently electrify the powertrain are being developed with high levels of agility. In the business unit …
Modern software-controlled vehicle systems no longer only need to be functionally secure; they also require protection against attacks by cyber criminals. To test whether hacked ECUs remain secure in the context of the entire vehicle, ETAS and ESCRYPT rely on virtualization. This enables the advantages of XiL* technology to …
Starting 2017, vehicles to be registered in EU (European Union) countries must have their real driving emissions (RDE) checked. ETAS has developed an assistant that allows test drivers to track the status of measurements in real time. This will make it possible to monitor whether RDE measurements comply with statutory limits. This assistant has been …
Secure Ethernet – an opportunity for vehicle IT
For over 40 years, the Ethernet has been an established IT standard widely used in data centers and in the consumer sector. Now it is conquering the world of modern vehicles. Following initial applications in systems without cross-domain communication, the E/E architecture is now expanding across domain boundaries. This raises questions about …