Faster Development of AUTOSAR compliant ECUs through simulation

@inproceedings{Junghanns2013FasterDO,
  title={Faster Development of AUTOSAR compliant ECUs through simulation},
  author={Andreas Junghanns},
  year={2013}
}
Virtualization allows the simulation of automotive ECUs on a Windows PC executing in a closed-loop with a vehicle simulation model. This approach enables moving many development tasks from road or test rigs and HiL (Hardware in the loop) to PCs, where they can often be performed faster and cheaper. Technical challenge: How to port ECU tasks and basic software to Windows PC with reasonable effort, so that key development tasks can be performed on a PC, without the need of accessing real hardware… CONTINUE READING

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