Vehicle Network Timing Analysis
On-demand Web Seminar
Designing and implementing timing strategies for AUTOSAR-based vehicle networks has to take into account multiple network types, safety considerations relating to message delays, and the ability to test and predict performance of the entire network. This webinar will look at the timing models of CAN and FlexRay vehicle networks, some of the design and analysis tools available to analyze and predict message transfer performance, and synthesize message frames.
What You Will Learn
- An introduction to the timing models in CAN and FlexRay networks
- The challenges and problems to be solved when implementing a network timing model
- Use of Design Automation tools for timing performance analysis, and timing frame synthesis
About the Presenters
Tibor earned his Masters at the Technical University of Budapest faculty of Electrical/Electronic Engineering in 2001. He joined Mentor almost six years ago and started contributing in the Automotive Network Design team as a senior Java developer. He spent a lot of time with learning the automotive environment, emerging standards and processes. Two years ago Tibor was promoted to be the Product Manager of an important part of the Mentor Volcano product family, i.e. VSA and VSA-COM. VSA is the Architecture Authoring tool for AUTOSAR Systems and VSA-COM is the state of the art network communication design solution supporting timing analysis and communication synthesizes based on timing requirements.
Andrew Patterson is Business Development Director for Mentor Graphics embedded division, specializing in the automotive market. Prior to Mentor Andrew has spent over 20 years in the Design Automation market specializing in a wide range of technologies including wire harness design, automotive simulation model development, virtual prototyping, and mechatronics. Currently he is focused on working with the GENIVI industry alliance, and leading Mentor’s Infotainment and in-vehicle Electronic Cluster and Telematics solutions. Andrew holds a master’s degree in Engineering and Electrical Sciences from Cambridge University, UK.
Who Should View
- OEM vehicle network designers
- Tier 1 suppliers working on individual ECUs
- Service providers in the automotive network design community.
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