Elektrobit shares highlights of EB Assist ADTF 3 and its latest releases as cornerstone for development and validation
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Borislav Nazarski, Elektrobit’s testing and validation expert, explains how to overcome the challenges involved in automating UI tests.
Elektrobit’s Wolfgang Völkel provides insight into scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) solutions for ADAS ECU validation.
Soyuj Kumar Sahoo and Dr Timo Sowa of Elektrobit outline a brand agnostic solution to create smart dialogs for in-vehicle infotainment using voice assistants.
Joachim Schlosser of Elektrobit provides unique insight into the role Scrum framework can play in embedded automotive software development.
Elektrobit’s Dr Sebastian Ohl showcases a solution using a high-performance ADAS system and a safety ECU running AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic.
Elektrobit’s Jörg Scherer shares best practices for a cluster HMI project that evolves from prototype to production-ready.
Experts from Elektrobit and ANSYS demonstrate how optical simulation and virtual prototyping can help to solve the challenges of HUD design.
Elektrobit’s Jochen Steuerwald demonstrates a typical workflow using EB tresos, a tooling solution for electronic control unit development using AUTOSAR Classic.
Elektrobit demonstrates how the EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit generates an ADASIS electronic horizon in a development environment.
Experts from Continental and Elektrobit outline the general trends in in-vehicle architectures with HPCs and share their experience with Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR platforms.
Experts from Elektrobit and Equinix discuss ways to manage the massive volumes of data required for ADAS and automated driving development.
Elektrobit’s HMI development tooling expert outlines how EB GUIDE can help improve the automotive user experience.
Elektrobit’s head of User Experience and User Interface Design Frank Uhlig discusses the impact of autonomous driving systems on cars as an experience space.
Elektrobit’s Roman Iseler discusses how to monitor the time domain in a multi-core safety system by utilizing the features of the EB tresos Safety TimE Protection module.