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Elektrobit’s Joel Thurby and Kai Lampka discuss the challenges in migrating the architecture of ECUs and the revolution in the approach to sharing a common platform.
Elektrobit’s Roman Iseler explains how EB tresos 9 provides the development foundation for ECU middleware solutions.
Elektrobit’s automotive network experts present the reasoning and methodology of using the multi-core distribution of CAN and Ethernet stacks that lead to significant benefits.
Elektrobit and Qt Company experts discuss the future of digital cockpits and explain how the partnership between their companies enables a resource-efficient, turnkey development solution for the automotive industry.
Elektrobit’s Joel Thurlby explains how hypervisor technology provides the foundation for a safe and secure automotive operating system.
Elektrobit’s Bastian Speth explains how to remove bottlenecks in the software development process.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security demonstrate a software solution that can improve the management and protection of E/E architectures from within the Ethernet switch.
Experts from Marvell and Elektrobit explain how innovative hardware solutions and intelligent software can jointly deal with the challenges posed by emerging connected vehicle trends.
Tatiana Vyunova of HERE Technologies and Elektrobit’s Dirk Spiesswinkel explain how the integration of GNSS and precise positioning affect the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
Experts from HERE Technologies, Elektrobit and Continental explain how to solve ISA customer pain points and outline the benefits of using map data and the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
Elektrobit’s Illia Safiulin provides unique insight into the demands on software solutions needed for new zonal architectures in connected vehicles.
Elektrobit’s Moritz Neukirchner discusses the fundamentals of automotive operating systems and how they impact the industry.
David Dionis from Elektrobit shares information on the Adaptive AUTOSAR model and highlights best practices using model editor, tree editor, and adaptive table view in EB corbos Studio.
Philip Hubertus of HERE Technologies and Elektrobit’s Dirk Spiesswinkel explain how to solve ISA customer pain points, and outline the benefits of using map data and the eHorizon platform for ISA.
Elektrobit and Qualcomm experts explain how to use intelligent and modular combinations of hardware and software to provide an up-to-date user experience for vehicle occupants.
Dr. Bruno Kleinert of Elektrobit and NXP’s Daniel Basler provide an overview of RTD software and explain how the EB tresos product line can reduce the cost and development time of AUTOSAR projects.
Elektrobit’s Nazareth Samson presents a bird’s-eye view of augmented reality and explains its role in the future of mobility.
EB experts discuss the latest UNECE regulations covering over-the-air software updates and explain how OEMs and suppliers can overcome evolving challenges to implement them successfully.
Elektrobit’s Roland Schimpf and Uwe Meißner explain how to create state-of-the-art in-vehicle user experiences.
EB’s Frank Uhlig explains how automakers can successfully integrate Android Automotive and offer their customers unique in-car experiences.
Elektrobit’s Jens Storz explains how the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) of its ADTF 3 solution allows users to create a customized interface that caters for all requirements.
Experts from Elektrobit and Kvaser explain how their integrated toolchain provides optimized CAN data acquisition for ADAS environments in virtual, real-time, remote, and logging scenarios.
Jochen Messner discusses EB Assist ADTF 3, the latest version of Elektrobit’s development tool, which provides an improved API and modularity for handling the requirements of ADAS and automated driving development.
EB’s Roman Iseler explains how to overcome communication problems by integrating Vehicle-to-Grid software stacks into the AUTOSAR architecture.
Elektrobit’s Thorsten Weißer explains how to expedite the development and rapid prototyping of automated driving and ADAS using EB Assist ADTF 3.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security explain the need for a secure architecture and how to enforce security zones with intrusion detection and prevention systems.
Elektrobit’s Vishal Mishra discusses the future of vehicle software infrastructure and explains how to develop HPCs with Adaptive Autosar.
Experts from Continental, HERE Technologies, and Elektrobit discuss how to implement ISA and make it an industry-standard feature.
Elektrobit’s Jan Rüdiger offers first-hand expertise on the latest HPC engineering requirements, advanced integration concepts, proven testing and debugging strategies.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security provide insight into the technology challenges posed by the new requirements and discuss innovative ways in which OEMs and their suppliers can address them.
EB’s Dr Sebastian Ohl outlines a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPC.
Elektrobit’s Steffen Kuhn describes how agile practices can be combined with the application of the functional safety standard ISO 26262 when developing safety-related automotive embedded software.
Experts from Elektrobit and Unity discuss how to connect HMI development processes and extend the power of real-time rendering to create next-generation, future-proof user experiences.
Elektrobit shares highlights of EB Assist ADTF 3 and its latest releases as cornerstone for development and validation
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.
Dr. 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.
Continental’s Bruno Nunes-Silva and Peer Sterner of 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.
Catalin Priboi Catalin, 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.