Analysis and Development of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems and Software for Automotive Applications
Aired live: July 26, 2017 11:00 AM EDT
More than 60 percent of a new vehicle’s cost comes from its advanced electronics and software systems. Since many of the human-machine interface (HMI) functions guided by these electronic systems are mission-critical, it’s essential that all automotive systems work together with complete reliability. That means tens of millions of lines of software code that control advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) must be flawless.
If your embedded software and HMI development process relies on generic database tools and time-consuming methods to manually generate and verify control code, any human error can be costly.
On the development end, you’re likely to not receive feedback until the code is compiled and run on an expensive test vehicle. Afterwards, you’ll likely need to make extensive changes to the embedded code and HMI following each driving scenario, and this can be a long and expensive process.
Join us to learn how to overcome these embedded software and HMI development challenges using the ANSYS model-based approach. You will learn how to develop ISO 26262-qualified and AUTOSAR-compliant systems, providing:
- An estimated 40 percent savings in costs
- Greater control over complex system architecture tasks
- A higher level of system reliability, safety and security
- A reduction in physical testing investments
Xavier Fornari, SCADE Suite Product Manager, and Leader of Automotive Action, ANSYS System Business Unit.
Rich Nass, OpenSystems Media