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Autotech invests further in robotic simulation

Control systems specialist, Autotech Controls Ltd, has expanded its robotic simulation and virtual manufacturing services with an investment of approximately £375,000 in new software and hardware.
26th July 2011

ISO-Designer web page in new guise

ISO-Designer web page in new guise
ISO-Designer is an innovative SCADA development tool from Jetter AG.
20th July 2011

Precise Electric Drives Simulation

Precise Electric Drives Simulation
JMAG Parameterization Support for dSPACE ASM Electric Components Graphical definition of motor characteristics Easy and precise parameterization of the ASM electric motor models Precise electric drive simulations
13th July 2011


MathWorks Announces Release of Simulink Design Verifier 2.0

MathWorks announced that Simulink Design Verifier now includes Polyspace analysis technology for automated error detection in Simulink models. Simulink Design Verifier 2.0 integrates Polyspace error detection with existing property proving and test generation capabilities to help reduce the time required to find and fix the root cause of design errors, decreasing the overall cost of verification and validation.
12th July 2011

PRQA announces significant win in AUTOSAR & System-on-Chip market

PRQA announces significant win in AUTOSAR & System-on-Chip market
Programming Research announces that Scaleo chip, a leading fabless automotive System-On-Chip (SoC) company has selected PRQA’s QA—C Language Analysis tools for its software development site based in Sophia-Antipolis France.
12th July 2011

Accelerating Innovation in Automotive Engineering - Part One: The Challenge of Software Quality

The automotive industry faces more pressure to innovate than ever. Software has effectively become the driving force of innovation in many areas of technology and, in particular, in the form of embedded systems in vehicles. Acceleration of innovation for automotive organizations requires that the following three challenges be addressed:
12th July 2011

Infineon Extends its XC2000 Automotive Microcontroller Family: New Low-End Devices Enable Body, Safety and Powertrain Solutions with 32-Bit Performance at 8-Bit Costs

Infineon Extends its XC2000 Automotive Microcontroller Family: New Low-End Devices Enable Body, Safety and Powertrain Solutions with 32-Bit Performance at 8-Bit Costs
Giving the medium-sized and compact car category access to the safety and convenience applications of the premium segment and enabling their compliance with the strictest fuel consumption and pollutant emission requirements, Infineon Technologies AG today announced the cost-optimized extension of its successful XC2000 automotive microcontroller portfolio. Enabling 32-bit equivalent performance at 8-bit costs the new 16-bit devices address low-end and ultra-low-cost automotive applications and support cost reductions of existing body (with XC2200 series), safety (with XC2300 series) and powertrain (with XC2700 series) designs. With this family extension, Infineon in particular assists automotive system suppliers that seek to broaden offerings towards a wider performance range without introducing multiple microcontroller platforms. Infineon’s approach provides scalable automotive solutions with a high degree of hardware and software reuse that achieves significant cost savings.
7th July 2011

HONEY Lays the Cornerstone for Highly Complex Driver Assistance Systems in Medium-Sized Vehicles; HONEY Research Project Successfully Concluded

Even today, a medium-sized vehicle contains about 1,000 chips and as many as 80 networked electronic systems. These numbers are set to grow as state-of-the-art safety technology gains traction – for example, driver assistance systems that help to prevent hazards such as rear-end collision in fog. The tight design envelope of a car means that existing systems have to become ever smaller and new ones have to be as compact as possible. This is where the findings of the recently successfully concluded “HONEY” (highly optimized design methods for yield and reliability) research project come in.
7th July 2011

Continental Achieves Highly-Automated Driving Using Production-Ready Technologies

Continental's Architecture Migration Demonstrator shows how a vehicle automation system with basic functions can be developed using the technologies available today. The system could soon be developed further into series production.
7th July 2011

Drivers, Passengers, Pedestrians And Now Animals - Volvo At The Forefront Of Future Technology

Drivers, Passengers, Pedestrians And Now Animals - Volvo At The Forefront Of Future Technology
Volvo Car Corporation is taking the next step in active safety by developing a system that alerts and automatically brakes for animals on the road. The new system, which is due for launch in a few years time, uses the same radar and camera technology as used for Pedestrian Detection with Full Auto Brake which is available on S60, V60, XC60, V70, XC70 and S80.
13th June 2011


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