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Automotive Electronics Design and Engineering Solutions
Mentor Graphics accelerates the system design of vehicles by providing hardware and wire-harness design tools and automotive-grade hardware and software architecture solutions. Combined with design services from Mentor Graphics, the automotive industry can meet emerging trends and needs including the integration of ADAS, driver information and infotainment domains, the roll-out of 48V electrical systems, the adoption AUTOSAR and ISO26262 based safety standards, Ethernet in the vehicle, and LED lighting.
Design tools for AUTOSAR-based vehicle network design, allowing top-down design, component re-use, and digital contracts between OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
Innovative embedded software solutions from Mentor Graphics incorporate the best of open source software and commercial solutions, with Linux®, Android, and Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) solutions, middleware, and applications.
Mentor Graphics delivers a broad solution that helps OEMs and tier one automotive suppliers build and test complex, graphically rich automotive instrument clusters for next generation vehicle systems.
Effectively produce Linux and Android based In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems. Deliver differentiated automotive infotainment systems with the GENIVI compliant Automotive Technology Platform (ATP).
Rapidly prototype and design systems with Automotive-Ready reference boards that include options for connectivity and offer production-ready Linux® software and board support package.
Xpedition™ Enterprise from Mentor Graphics is the industry’s most innovative PCB design flow - offering an integrated flow for the global enterprise, from system design definition to manufacturing execution.
Context™ products from Mentor Graphics enable teams to manage the relationships among all facets of system design by using open inter-tool communication technology and linked-data coordination.
SystemVision provides automotive companies a development environment to design, integrate, verify, and optimize their multi-discipline designs, consisting of digital, analog, and mixed-signal electrical hardware, software, sensors, actuators, and the mechanical plant.
Volvo wants to study the potential for electric roads able to charge city buses. Working with the Swedish Transport Administration and the City of Gothenburg it will propose building a 300- to 500-meter... View Blog Post