ECU software solution

  • 07-Aug-2008 03:34 EDT

DSpace has added more AUTOSAR-compliant capabilities to two of its major automotive software development product lines. The firm's SystemDesk and TargetLink provide a seamless solution for development of AUTOSAR-compliant ECU (electronic control unit) software, focusing at the application level. These tools combine to provide the ability to design and simulate AUTOSAR software architectures, model Application Software Components, interface to Basic Software providers, and generate the corresponding AUTOSAR-compliant production code and run-time environment. They support the migration of existing software architectures and models to an AUTOSAR implementation, as well as design of new software from scratch.

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