EnginEEring the Jigsaw is a video series that explains the technologies and concepts that are being built into the electrical/electronic (‘E/E’) systems of modern vehicles, and how Vector helps engineers to simplify their daily work.
In each episode we give a focused overview of a single topic relevant to modern vehicle E/E systems, and then we point you to further, more detailed sources of information.
EnginEEring the Jigsaw?
The pilot episode provides an overview of the series, and what we are trying to achieve with it. All further episodes are graded according to the level of content, as ‘foundation’, ‘intermediate’, or ‘advanced’.
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F1
How vehicle E/E systems have evolved over time to the modern day, some of the capabilities they...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F2
Electronic Control Units: What an 'ECU' is and does, and how they are related to embedded systems...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F3
Why networks are used in vehicles and how they typically work. We talk about different network...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F4
What diagnostics is in the context of vehicles and how it can be used to build an understanding of...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F5
What ECU calibration allows us to do, what we need to perform measurement and calibration with a...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F6
A walk through the basics of the "AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture", its history, and topics like...
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F7
How to write new ECU software using diagnostic services: Let's enter the Flash Bootloader!
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F8
Meet the new kid on the block: the High-Performance Computing Platform.
EnginEEring the Jigsaw | F9
We take a closer look at the standard for computing-intensive tasks in automotive E/E systems.
We know there are some out there who would like to dive deeper into the various topics and Iain is thinking hard about the first I level episode. In the meanwhile, why not subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified when we release new videos? And of course, you can always follow #EnginEEringTheJigsaw in Social Media.
Advanced level episodes are in a league of their own. The premiere of the first A level episode may take some time yet. In the meanwhile, why not subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified when we release new videos? And of course, you can always follow #EnginEEringTheJigsaw in Social Media.
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Iain Cunningham Helping the automotive industry solve old problems in new ways.