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A Paradigm Shift in C-code Development for Automotive ECUs

Available On-Demand Until: April 17, 2019

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Today’s embedded automotive systems are ever more complex and must satisfy increasing levels of safety and security requirements. In this 45-minute Webinar, we will explore an innovative new software design concept that provides remarkably simple ways to address these challenges. For example, software can easily be described in a textual language familiar to programmers, yet serve as a model for generating error-free, MISRA compliant C-code. Software engineers can now focus on the core functionality rather than worry about malicious code constructs causing havoc during run time.

This approach also enables the easy management of multiple variants of the same functionality by separating the design from the implementation details – further reducing development effort and time. Last, but not the least, an open Eclipse-based IDE (Integrated Development Environment) allows easy adaptation to specific needs and the ability to leverage a host of third-party tools such as for code checking and testing.

We will demonstrate some of these features as part of the Webinar. An audience Q&A will follow the technical presentation.


Udo Rieber, Senior Business Developer, ETAS Inc.

Udo Rieber is a Senior Business Developer at ETAS Inc. He is always looking for creative ways to improve the processes of embedded software development. Udo has been working closely with OEMs and Tier1s for over 20 years to integrate newly developed embedded software products into existing tool chains, helping customers maximize efficiencies in the areas of model-based software development, code generation, and prototyping. Udo obtained his degree in electrical engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, in 1993.


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