• 10-Oct-2008 11:32 EDT

The global AUTOSAR initiative has resulted in an open standard that aims to increase the ECU software exchangeability and enable reuse of applications between ECUs; Mecel's Picea aids in efficient development of AUTOSAR-compliant ECUs. It contains both tools and embedded software and covers the key parts of the AUTOSAR standard. The tool strengthens automotive suppliers' competitiveness via enhanced quality, shorter time to market, and reduced cost.

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