System architecture software

  • 28-Dec-2012 08:36 EST

dSpace’s SystemDesk version 4.0 is a tool for completely modeling electronic control unit software in compliance with AUTOSAR R4.0. The AUTOSAR data can be exchanged by OEMs and suppliers, as well as with other tools in the development process. According to dSPACE, dedicated dialogs and graphical representation ensure easy handling and clear organization, which enables users to keep track of everything despite the enormous number of options. The data is validated while it is being entered, thereby reducing post design analysis and corrections. Additionally, SystemDesk simplifies the modeling process by its tool automation throughout the entire process, as well as supports connections to other software tools in the development process.

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