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We have put together a webinar on November 10th titled: Accelerated development in Automotive E/E Systems using VisualSim Architect . We will provide an introduction to the available features and utilities in VisualSim architect for Automotive Networking, Hardware ECU and Software design exploration. We will… Read More
Growing electronic/electrical (E/E) architecture complexity and software content in modern vehicles has propelled the use of virtualization-based testing to develop and validate functions and software components more effectively. The simulation of electronic control units (ECUs) as virtual ECUs (vECUs) has found rapid… Read More
The entire history of EDA software tools has enabled engineers to design ICs and SoCs using virtual prototyping, so most of us in the industry are familiar with the idea of modeling and simulating something as complex as an IC before actually starting the manufacturing process. In a complex system like an automobile there are a lot… Read More
Law enforcement officers, emergency responders and commercial fleet operators cannot afford to operate vehicles without the assurance of security. A police officer, emergency medical technician or truck driver cannot live with any uncertainty regarding the integrity of their vehicle’s safety systems and powertrain.
These days, most of the innovative concepts in our cars are driven by electronics; not only infotainment systems, but also instrument clusters, safety systems including ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), information displays, night vision, airbags, backup camera, stability control, and so on. The upcoming connected… Read More