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Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security collaborate to advance the adoption of automotive security features
EB GUIDE goes to Mexico: New entrant to the university partner program

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The vehicle architecture of automated driving (tech paper)


Automotive meets Electronics, Dortmund, Germany, March 7-8
Automotive Megatrends Connected Car, Detroit, US, March 14, 2017
17th Stuttgart International Symposium, Stuttgart, Germany, March 14-15, 2017
ESSV 2017 – Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 15–17

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Argus Cyber Security

Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security collaborate to advance the adoption of automotive security features

The partnering companies will be offering a joint solution that integrates Argus Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDPS), which detects and prevents cyberattacks in vehicles, and EB tresos infrastructure software and tools for developing secure, state-of-the-art ECUs, based on the AUTOSAR standard.

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EB GUIDE goes to Mexico: New entrant to the university partner program

The EB GUIDE university partner program has a new entrant to the program. Engineering students at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico (Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas) will be taught to use EB GUIDE to model their user interfaces and will then go on to use EB GUIDE in their automotive research projects. To learn more about the university and EB GUIDE’s university partner program,

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TechPaper vehicle architecture

The vehicle architecture of automated driving (tech paper)

The requirements for automotive system design and software development are increasing due to the three most important future issues of the automotive industry: autonomous driving, software updates over the air, and drive system electrification. This tech paper deals with the different technologies for future E/E architectures and shows changes, risks, and new opportunities.

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Automotive Meets Electronics

March 7-8, 2017
Dortmund, Germany

Automotive meets Electronics

As human errors are the main cause of accidents, the industry is pushing advanced driver assistance features. Innovation Program Manager Dr. Nicole Beringer will present “Sensor-based learning algorithms pave the way towards autonomous driving” during this event. The technology presented is the basis to provide highly accurate, up-to-date maps for the development of self-driving cars.

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Connected Car Detroit

March 14, 2017
Detroit, US

Automotive Megatrends Connected Car Detroit

The future car is software driven. The ability to receive, send, and manage software over the air opens up new possibilities for OEMs to improve their vehicles over their entire lifecycle. At the conference, Dr. Rainer Holve, Head of EB’s Connected Car domain, will explore how OEMs can gain valuable insights. On the one hand from vehicle diagnostics data, on the other hand also from drivers’ preferences. This winning combination will ultimately lead to better cars in the future.

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Connected Car Detroit

March 14-15, 2017
Stuttgart, Germany

17th Stuttgart International Symposium

Highly automated driving is an increasingly complex task. An important step to address this challenge is a software architecture for highly automated driving as well as a process to use the same software components throughout the development cycle from research and development to mass production.

Marcus Wärmer, Business Developer at EB, will present an approach that simplifies and accelerates the development time of software components and provides new opportunities for the automotive industry. Join the presentation at Meidinger-Saal, Session: Automated Driving, on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at 2 p.m.

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Electronic Speech Signal Processing

March 15-17, 2017
Saarland University
Saarbrücken, Germany

ESSV 2017 – 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing

The 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing will take place at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany. It brings together those interested in speech technology research and applications. EB’s Dr. Timo Sowa, Senior Software Engineer, with Thomas Ranzenberger, student at Technical University Nuremberg, will be presenting how to extend EB GUIDE to control and use a robot for speech synthesis, speech recognition, and gestures.

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