ETAS Academy Webinars

ASCET Unit Test

30 September 2021

Rapid Prototyping for ECU software development

During this webinar, ETAS will present novel rapid prototyping solutions for the new automotive electronic architectures and how to interact with existing tools. This typically includes virtual or real-time bypass and validation solutions for new algorithms.

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8 October 2021

EHANDBOOK – Interactive documentation

The award-winning ETAS EHANDBOOK solution provides new tools to document ECU software. It allows for an interactive graphical representation of logic at different levels of abstraction. 

With EHANDBOOK, handling the documentation of large applications is simpler, smarter and faster.

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Archived Webinars

ETAS Academy Webinar (17 or 23 March 2021)

Optimization of Model Parameters with ETAS ASCMO-MOCA

The focus of this webinar is to show the basics of efficient optimization of parameters in physics based models such as those used in the ECU and simulation environment. We will explain how the simple and intuitive operation of the ETAS ASCMO-MOCA tool can be used to efficiently perform even complex optimization tasks.


The webinar will give you an insight into the approach and possibilities of ETAS ASCMO-MOCA. In addition to acquiring the base knowledge, you will see the workflow in a demo.

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Webinar Test and Validation Teaser

ETAS Academy Webinar

Test and Validation of Fuel Cell Systems ECUs

The focus of this webinar is on the efficient, targeted test and validation methodology for high-performance ECUs needed for Enabling the transition from traditional internal combustion engines to electrified powertrains.

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ETAS Academy Webinar

Complex software under control

This webinar shows how SCODE-ANALYZER helps to understand correlations between software and functions faster, and how functions can be verified extensively, even before code generation. You will also learn how to achieve a high level of functional safety according to ISO 26262 up to ASIL D right from the beginning.

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