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Vector Technology Days 2019
The complete Vector portfolio in a unique event: October 23-24, 2019 in Böblingen, Germany.
Interview About New Challenges for AUTOSAR: "We Play by Automotive Rules".
“Ultimately, the transition to centralized computers is just a continuation of the AUTOSAR idea on a higher abstraction level.” The aim of AUTOSAR is to simplify the development of vehicles with many ECUs. But what role will this standard play in the future, in view of a centralized vehicle electrical system architecture and the competition posed by Android and Linux? The German professional magazine Markt&Technik discussed these topics with Dr. Günther Heling, Head of Embedded Software and Systems at Vector.
Synchronizing Fault Memories Across Controller Boundaries
A MICROSAR.DIAG Case Study Distribution of monitor functions for diagnostics on multiple controllers can be a challenging task. In our new case study, we show you how the MICROSAR diagnostic module vDes can efficiently synchronize multiple fault memories across microcontroller boundaries. Take me to the Case Study
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Case Study vDes: Synchronizing Fault Memories Across Controller Boundaries
The Challenge: Distribution of monitor functions for diagnostics on multiple controllers.
The Solution: MICROSAR vDes diagnostic module from Vector.
The Advantages: Easy integration of the vDes using the AUTOSAR interfaces.