Faster Development and Test of Automotive Network Software Using Virtual Hardware ECUs

20-Minute Tech Talk

Available Until: October 12, 2017

Electrical and electronic architecture evolution is having a direct impact on automotive networks. When it comes to in-vehicle networks, Ethernet is the fastest growing network. With the increased software context and connectivity via Ethernet, the required testing effort is continuously growing. As a result, development teams need to accelerate the development and test of Ethernet connected ECUs.

This 20-minute Tech Talk reviews automotive connectivity, provides background information on Ethernet AVB, and presents how a virtual hardware ECU test bench enables earlier and faster system testing, resulting in higher quality system and software. It also provides the opportunity for the audience to ask questions.


Marc Serughetti, Director of Business Development, Synopsys

Marc Serughetti is Director of Business Development and drives the development of prototyping technologies and deployment in vertical markets including automotive. He has more than 20 years’ experience in prototyping and embedded software development technologies from having led product marketing teams at Integrated Systems, Wind River, and CoWare, where he led new product development and market introduction of safety critical and secure operating systems and virtual prototyping tools for software development. His experience spans simulation technologies, compilers, IDE, debugging and analysis tools, embedded run-time software (operating systems, middleware, and applications) and vertical market deployment including automotive, industrial, aerospace/defense, consumer, and networking.


Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

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