AUTOSAR for ECU development

  • 02-Sep-2008 05:09 EDT

SystemDesk and TargetLink from dSPACE include added AUTOSAR-compliant capabilities for ECU software development. These tools provide the ability to design and simulate AUTOSAR software architectures, model Application Software Components, interface to basic software providers such as Elektrobit, and generate the corresponding AUTOSAR-compliant production code and Run-Time Environment. TargetLink is a production code generator that supports functional behavior modeling and code generation for AUTOSAR software components. SystemDesk supports AUTOSAR-compliant development of ECUs, including AUTOSAR Runtime Environment generation.

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