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Posts tagged with 'AUTOSAR'

25 Nov, 2013

Another Benefit of AUTOSAR

Posted by John Day

John Day Joe Fairchild, a senior applications engineer at dSPACE Inc., extols virtual validation as one of the virtues of AUTOSAR (http://bit.ly/1bi3ZzF). Using AUTOSAR, developers can, among other things, maximize code re-use, use off-the-shelf software stacks, and create hardware-independent applications, but Fairchild notes that AUTOSAR can also help test code. Code testing is normally done in two phases … Read More

code re-use, dSPACE, AUTOSAR, virtual validation

15 Aug, 2013

John Day   It’s amazing, or not, to think that there have been 12 Integrated Electrical Solutions Forums (IESFs) in Detroit, and now comes the 13th next month at a new location – the Ford Conference Center in Dearborn, Michigan – on Thursday, September 19. To register, visit http://www.mentor.com/iesf. Event sponsors include IBM and SAE International. Mentor has added a new track – electric and hybrid … Read More

GENIVI, General Motors, IBM, Automotive X-Prize, SAE International, The Hansen Report, AUTOSAR, Aston Martin, IESF, Edison2, Mentor Graphics, Ford Motor Company, Progressive Insurance, Drayson Racing Technologies, Proterra, ECAD

25 Apr, 2012

John Day Registration is now open at www.mentor.com/events/iesf/detroit for the 12th IESF Conference for Automotive EE Design – June 14th, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Dearborn, MI. Click to sign up if you haven’t already. I missed the last one and don’t want to miss this one – especially since this year I am on the program, speaking about automotive electronics reliability (shameless plug: http://books.sae.org/book-t-126) … Read More

LEONI Wiring Systems, Johnson Controls, system analysis, the GENIVI Alliance, Automotive EE Design, Hyatt Regency Hotel, The Hansen Report, automotive electronics reliability, IBM Rational, the Linux Foundation, wire harness engineering, 'FlexRay, CAN, electronic thermal design and measurement, Chrysler, AUTOSAR, Freescale Semiconductor, Bishop & Associates, GENIVI, Delphi Automotive Systems, Continental Automotive, E/E systems design, SAE International, LIN, power and signal design, NXP Semiconductors, Open Kernel Labs, Mentor Graphics, modeling and simulation, Linux, Mecel

26 Sep, 2011

IESF 2011 Moves to Frankfurt

Posted by Mike Jensen

Mike Jensen If you plan to be in Frankfurt, Germany on November 17, mark your calendars for Mentor Graphics’ Automotive and Commercial Vehicles Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF). You’ll enjoy 26 industry sessions planned specifically for E/E design engineers, engineering managers, and executives in the automotive and commercial vehicle industries. This IESF event will be particularly interesting if your … Read More

AUTOSAR, IESF

28 Apr, 2011

See you at IESF

Posted by John Day

John Day

If you haven’t already signed up for IESF (Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum) Automotive, here is the link:  http://www.mentor.com/events/iesf/detroit/  IESF is scheduled for June 2 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn (MI). If you’ve attended IESF in past years you know its value for both quality technical presentations and networking. I am looking forward to hearing John McElroy (Autoline)

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IESF, IBM, General Motors, Mentor Graphics, The Hansen Report, Autoline, AUTOSAR

22 Apr, 2010

John Day I wanted to learn more about AUTOSAR, and so I spoke with two experts from General Motors – Nady Boules, director of GM’s Electrical & Controls Integration Lab, and Massimo Osella, lab group manager for electronic controls and software architecture at GM R&D. GM doesn’t have AUTOSAR software components in a production vehicle as yet, but as a core partner, the firm has been working with the AUTOSAR … Read More

ECUs, General Motors, AUTOSAR, Nady Boules, GM, Massimo Osella

20 Feb, 2010

Attention deficit disorder

Posted by John Day

John Day It looks like Toyota’s reliability problems will be with them – and us – a while longer, so what, if anything, can we learn from the situation? It seems clear that electronic content in cars will continue to increase due to the entertainment and comfort features we want as well as the need for better fuel economy (reducing weight by replacing mechanical subsystems with electronics). That means more … Read More

AUTOSAR, Electronic Control Units, Antal Rajnak, Toyota, Toyota Prius, Real-Time Communication, Serge Leef

1 Feb, 2010

Anticipating AUTOSAR

Posted by John Day

John Day I don’t hear a lot about AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) technology in production vehicles, but I’m inclined to think that will change sooner than later. It’s not just the number of major players in the consortium, but also the compelling need for less complexity in application development, lower development costs, and faster time-to-market. Standard (AUTOSAR-compliant) software and hardware … Read More

Simon Fürst, LIN 2.1, AUTOSAR, AUTOSAR Development Partnership, Automotive Open System Architecture, Electronic Control Units, FlexRay 3.0, AUTOSAR-Compliant, ECUs

24 Nov, 2009

A new automotive OS

Posted by John Day

John Day News usually travels pretty fast on the Internet. Someone puts out a press release and within minutes it’s posted on dozens of sites. Not last week, though, for one story in particular, and it looks to me like a good one. Delphi, Geensys, and CEA (the French Atomic Energy Commission) announced the formation of a consortium to promote the PharOS, an operating system and tool chain that meets ISO 26262 … Read More

Renault, PharOS, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, AUTOSAR, Automotive Body Computers, Geensys, ISO 26262, CEA, Delphi

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