VectorCAST: How to Unit Test AUTOSAR Software Components
AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is a standardization initiative of leading automotive manufacturers and suppliers that was founded in autumn of 2003. The goal is the development of a reference architecture for ECU software that can manage the growing complexity of ECUs in modern vehicles.
During system design, the architecture of the functional software is determined. This is done by defining software components (SWCs) and their distribution over the ECUs. Software functionality of the vehicle is defined as a system of SWCs mapped to ECUs. The SWCs interface with an RTE and the Basic Software (BSW). Software Developers are responsible for writing application code (SWCs) and are tasked with developing unit tests.
Join us for a complimentary webinar as we cover how VectorCAST can help you with developing and running units test for AUTOSAR Software Components (SWCs).
You will learn:
- What are AUTOSAR Software Components
- How VectorCAST can be used to test AUTOSAR Software Components
- How VectorCAST allows you to have the flexibility to define multiple compiler configurations for your tests
- How to generate reports and metrics to meet your quality goals and fulfill regulatory requirements