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2004-09-15 NEC joins AUTOSAR development partnership
NEC Electronics Corp. and its subsidiaries NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH, and NEC Electronics America Inc. have joined the Automotive Open System Architecture (AUTOSAR) Development Partnership as a Premium Member.
2007-08-03 MathWorks aids Volkswagen in AUTOSAR demo
The MathWorks has announced that its products helped Volkswagen demonstrate how the AUTOSAR standard can be integrated into next-generation vehicle design and development.
2008-01-11 Infineon, Delphi co-develop Autosar-based platform
Infineon has partnered with automotive system manufacturer Delphi on the development of a new generation of body control units based on the Autosar standard.
2004-11-24 IBM joins Autosar automotive standards consortium
IBM Corp. has joined the Automotive Open Systems Architecture (Autosar) consortium, the company said Friday (Nov. 19).
2015-06-12 Grasp AUTOSAR integration for MOST network
Read about the results of an investigation on how to integrate MOST into AUTOSAR in such a way that AUTOSAR systems and conventional MOST systems work together in a vehicle network seamlessly.
2010-03-24 Carrying out Autosar CAN diagnoses
As a result of strict hierarchy, almost all the Autosar's diagnoses-related modules (except the CAN driver and CAN transceiver modules that rely on hardware) are completely independent from the hardware.
2011-10-19 Autosar sol'n improves automotive production
The Autosar Target Production Package integrates MathWorks' Simulink and Embedded Coder.
2007-03-26 Autosar partners roll 2.1 specs
The Autosar (Automotive Open System Architecture) partnership's Release 2.1 is now available for partners and members for automotive applications.
2007-06-20 Autosar advances with triumph of Mentor-Volvo project
The success of the Autosar demonstrator project of Mentor Graphics Corp. and Volvo Trucks is driving forward the adoption of the standard in commercial vehicles.
2008-07-29 Automotive MCU driver is AUTOSAR 2.1-compatible
Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd has released a new driver for its MB91460 series of high-performance 32bit automotive MCU, jointly developed with Elektrobit Corp. (EB) and compatible with Release 2.1 of AUTOSAR.
2009-03-02 Software tool accelerates ECU efficiency
TTTech Automotive (Vienna) has announced a software tool to validate the consistency of Autosar components in electronic control units (ECUs). TTX-Autoverify increases the engineering efficiency during system integration, thus helping shorten time-to-market and costs.
2004-07-09 Infineon steers toward automotive electronics
Seeking to broaden its involvement in automotive electronics, chip maker Infineon Technologies AG is joining two important automotive technology groups, the FlexRay consortium and the Autosar group.
2007-07-16 Automotive platform faces roadblocks
The pursuit of different options within the Autosar automotive-software platform is leading to software incompatibilities that could undermine the standard's high-level goals, according to experts.
2013-04-18 Symtavision touts SymTA/S with Ethernet timing analysis
The latest feature targets the automotive market and integrates with existing in-vehicle network timing analyses for CAN and FlexRay as well as with scheduling analysis for AUTOSAR-based ECUs.
2005-07-12 Artisan Software joins Automotive open systems architecture
Artisan Software Tools Inc. has become an associate member of the Automotive Open Systems Architecture (Autosar) development partnership, the company said Friday (July 8).
2013-05-28 Volkswagen to lead working group for automotive MCUs
Being chaired by Volkswagen, the working group includes Freescale, Fujitsu, Infineon, Microchip, NXP, Renesas, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments.
2013-07-22 Virtual design, verification for e-Mobility
Learn how to address many of the emerging engineering challenges that carmakers now face.
2010-01-26 Vector, TTTech tie-up for ECU software
Vector and TTTech Automotive have forged a partnership for the development and sales of standard software modules for car electronic control units (ECUs).
2005-05-06 Valeo, IBM to team on automotive software
Valeo, a global automotive software supplier, and IBM have announced the launch of a new initiative to expand embedded software capabilities.
2007-07-18 Toshiba picks Cortex-M3 for car apps
ARM revealed that Toshiba has selected its Cortex-M3 MCU for use in its automotive applications.
2014-09-04 Thwarting IoT security threats with ARM TrustZone
Virtualisation can be leveraged to enable consolidation of connected devices, and ARM TrustZone can be utilised to tackle security threats to the Internet of Things.
2009-10-29 Telematics boom drives need to boost car security
The rising complexity of the vehicle's electronic inner lifer and the increasing exposure to telematics and consumer electronics now enforces a more open discussion on security issues.
2011-02-15 SymTA/S 2.4 scheduling analysis tool targets car design
Symtavision is set to release the new version of its SymTA/S 2.4 scheduling analysis and optimization tool suite at Embedded World 2011.
2015-01-23 Streamline embedded designs with virtual platforms
The virtual prototype kits from Mentor are intended for automotive in-vehicle infotainment, ECU networks, medical and industrial, networking, and military and aerospace product development.
2006-02-03 Software tool targets U.S. contractors
IBM is promoting a software initiative designed to help systems engineers manage their development environments and comply with industry regulations.
2004-02-25 Software standards seen aiding auto complexity
Increasingly complex electronics has as one of its side effects decreasing quality and reliability. This paradox has been the problem of automotive developers.
2007-07-23 Sensors to give 'sight' to future cars
Cars of the future will be equipped with a broad range of sensors, enabling them to 'see' what comes ahead.
2007-07-26 Scalable MCU drives airbag, power-steering car safety apps
Infineon Technologies has delivered a new MCU family designed for use in vehicle safety applications, specifically targeted at airbag systems and electronic power-steering applications.
2013-10-10 SafeAdapt to create adaptive vehicle software architecture
Fraunhofer Institute for Embedded Systems has joined with a group of companies to launch the SafeAdapt research project that aims to develop adaptive software architecture for vehicles.
2007-08-13 Proposed standard to ease car software development
A working group within the mobilsoft project has proposed a standard that could help tier-one companies and OEMs simplify their car software development process.
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