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Elektrobit (EB) Automotive starts off the New Year in Times Square!

EB Automotive was featured in Times Square with news about opening a new Software Innovation Lab in Silicon Valley. The lab will focus on research and development associated with furthering the company’s software solutions towards connected and autonomous driving. Read the entire press release.

Vernetztes Automobil publication

Jürgen Ludwig, Senior Product Manager Driver Assistance at EB Automotive, contributed an article on the Electronic Horizon in the German Connected Car book, Vernetztes Automobil. This book discusses the complexity and the current environment electronics plays in the automobile. For more information...

Our New Website!

Check out our new website, where you can easily and quickly find the information you need on Driver Assistance, HMI, Navigation, ECU and more. Make sure you visit our new Tech Corner and Partner page and learn how EB can help with your next project tailored to your needs.

Elektrobit (EB) Automotive North America Tech Day

EB Automotive’s North American Tech Day 2014, was held at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, Michigan on December 9th. Engineers and engineering managers experienced how EB can support development efforts in the areas of Driver Assistance, Connected Navigation, Human Machine Interface, AUTOSAR, Functional Safety/Security and Software Integration.

Presentations were accompanied by Q&A and a breakout room with demos and discussions. EB plans to host more of these educational events in the future to help both customers and partners within the fast moving automotive software domain.

We would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to make the day successful. If you are interested in visiting our next Tech Day - stay tuned for a 2015 date!

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Automotive Ethernet – The New Generation of ECU Communication

January 27

Automobile manufacturers are vying to outdo each other by introducing new functions and systems, from adaptive cruise control and adaptive braking assistants to the electronic horizon and lane departure warning systems. The more systems included in a vehicle network, the more complex the communication between their electronic control units (ECUs) becomes.

Current bus systems for in-vehicle networks have reached their capacity limits and new solutions are needed. Ethernet offers the required high bandwidth for the increasing data transfer within future networks in a car.

Join Elektrobit (EB) Automotive's Michael Ziehensack for this informative Automotive World webinar. He will address current and future challenges of bringing Ethernet solutions into the next generation of cars.

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Elektrobit (EB) Automotive Supports German University Project eCARus

Since 2013, EB Automotive has been supporting the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany, developing their urban electric vehicle, eCARus. The students use EB’s HMI development tool EB GUIDE, and also receive training and technical support from EB. This provides the electrical engineering students the ability to integrate a variety of applications with intuitive Human Machine Interface (HMI) into the car. To learn more, watch eCARus in action in our new video.

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