Software architecture tool

  • 14-Oct-2013 12:53 EDT

dSPACE’s new version of SystemDesk 4.1 software architecture tool ensures reliable and convenient hand offs between OEMs and suppliers who develop embedded software and systems for AUTOSAR-based electronic control units (ECUs). According to the company, integrated validation rules guarantee that data is exchanged smoothly between the different work groups and the various tools used to develop ECU software. In addition to its general validation rules for software architecture, SystemDesk also has special rules to enable easy, error-free exchange of data with the automatic code-generation tool TargetLink during function development and with EB tresos to configure the basic software of an ECU. Based on AUTOSAR 4, SystemDesk 4.1’s system modeling covers everything from creating the software architecture and the ECU topology to integrating the network communication as well as offering users support.

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