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Press Release (2018)
Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH (TA) has been acquired by Vector Informatik GmbH. The Stuttgart-based specialist for automotive embedded electronics will now offer its customers an even more comprehensive portfolio in the field of multi-core real-time systems.
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Efficient Runtime Measurement for ECUs With the Hardware VX1000 and TA Tool Suite
With increasing project maturity and the integration of further software functions, the CPU load, which is still sufficient in the beginning, increases sharply. The result can be runtime problems, requiring a significant amount of time and money to solve.
The solution: The TA Tool Suite software in combination with the VX1000 measurement and calibration hardware analyzes the internal runtime and external bus behavior of an ECU time-synchronously. The VX1000 hardware supports both emulation devices with the broadband data trace interface as well as the production devices of various microcontroller manufacturers via the debug interface.
Automatic Timing Simulation and Execution Time Measurement with AUTOSAR
The timing analysis and scheduling simulation of AUTOSAR ECU software is often associated with high modeling effort.
Lauterbach and Vector Introduce Solution for Timing Analysis of AUTOSAR Systems
Lauterbach, the leading supplier of debug tools and Vector collaborate to provide accurate timing data for embedded AUTOSAR systems. The solution is based on the AUTOSAR Classic basic software MICROSAR and runs on TriCore™ AURIX™ processors from Infineon. Option TA.Inspection as part of TA Tool Suite from Vector is used to import TRACE32 trace measurements to analyze them in terms of response times, utilization, and other metrics.