UX insights 06/2020
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NeurEco—parsimonious neural network for automotive sector
Saving resources with deep learning
NeurEco is a neural network approach that allows you to achieve more with fewer resources cutting down on development time and computational resources.

Find out how to embed complex AI on small microcontrollers and watch the recording of the joint webinar with ADAGOS, Continental, and Elektrobit, with insights from Franck Desaulty Head of Partner Management Europe at EB.
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Scalable HiL solutions for ADAS ECU validation
Petabytes of validation data need scalable solutions
ADAS ECU validation requires developers to ingest, track, and reprocess petabytes of vehicle test data. But how can you manage this amount of data efficiently?

EB provided insights into Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) solutions to test and validate ECU functionality with scalable server farms that will allow you to run hundreds of HiL units in parallel.

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Dr. Joachim Schlosser, Senior Manager at Elektrobit
Why Scrum for embedded automotive software can do more than you expect
An agile software development methodology helps to achieve better results faster. However, it also means that the process is stricter than what most developers are accustomed to.

Dr. Joachim Schlosser, Senior Manager at Elektrobit, shares why Scrum may be the best choice for embedded systems development—and the reasons why might surprise you!
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Automated driving brochure
How do you get automated vehicles ready for series production?
EB is your partner for creating, testing, and integrating cutting-edge functions. Learn more about our expertise in:
  • Measurement technology to test and validate ECU functions
  • Improved vehicle perception with an electronic horizon
  • Comprehensive engineering offering, from the very first prototype to SOP and beyond
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EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit
How to easily create an electronic horizon for R&D
Watch the webinar recording to get an in-depth introduction of the EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit, a stand-alone Raspberry Pi device that can be used to evaluate the performance of an electronic horizon.

Combined with a convenient web interface, users can easily create an electronic horizon in their development environment.
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EB and emlix team up for ELISA workshop
Deep dive in the Enabling Linux in Safety Applications (ELISA) open-source project
For the ELISA May workshop of the Linux foundation, Elektrobit and emlix teamed up to break down the inner workings of applying Linux in an IEC 61508 Automotive Safety Environment (SIL-2).
We are excited to contribute to this open-source project and are happy to share an insightful session with you!
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