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Autosar sol'n improves automotive production

Posted: 19 Oct 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:model-based design? workflow? automotive?

MathWorks Inc. has unveiled the Autosar Target Production Package for automotive engineers requiring advanced Autosar capabilities with Simulink and Embedded Coder. The solution helps engineers use more features of the Autosar standard with simplified workflows involving model-based design for production code generation, reducing development time and increasing product quality.

The key features of the Embedded Coder Autosar Target with the Autosar Target Production Package in MathWorks Release R2011b include support for Autosar 3.2 that allows the use of the latest Autosar releases. It also supports Sensor Actuator Software Components so engineers can use Simulink for more of the system development.

Autosar Target Production Package

MathWorks Autosar Target Production Package touts easy and intuitive mapping between Simulink and Autosar artifacts.

The solution touts simplified management of Autosar artifacts by exporting a single Autosar ARXML file. It also has a new interface for Autosar configuration and mapping to Simulink, improving usability with large and complex models. In addition, it features enhanced SWC import, including internal behavior, UUIDs and ARXML packages providing for round-trip workflows between Simulink and Autosar System Authoring Tools.

The system is capable of Mode Switch and Operation Invoked Events including access to Sender/Receiver ports within the Server Operations and its ISO 26262 tool qualification support (requires IEC Certification Kit) enables the use of advanced Autosar capabilities for high-integrity automotive applications. The Autosar Target Production Package is available immediately.

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