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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.
Flash Programming: A Practical Comparison of Bus Technologies and Speed
Different bus technologies have different data transfer rates. This webinar illustrates an internal study on the speed of flashing of ECUs over CAN, CAN FD and DoIP networks. Flashing over DoIP is expected to improve the flashing speed compared to the other bus systems which are a lot slower. This webinar also looks at the other factors that could affect the flashing speed like the processing power of the ECU’s microcontroller.
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General Motors Europe: Automatic validation of diagnostic services
For the first time, a fully automated test case generator has been introduced in diagnostics validation at General Motors Europe (GME) Development. This article describes the introduction of this automated testing of diagnostic implementations based on the example of the new Opel Insignia. An electronically readable diagnostic specification forms the basis for test generation. The article describes how the tool used - CANoe.DiVa from Vector - was integrated in the existing tool environment, and it addresses cost and time savings as well as improvements to technical processes that were realized compared to conventional, manual validation at the Opel Corsa.