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EB Assist ADTF 3.3 released

Trainings

EB Assist ADTF user training
EB Assist ADTF developer training
EB GUIDE 6 trainings for 2018
EB tresos Classic AUTOSAR training

Events

EB at the Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium 2018
Join EB at Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium Europe
Meet EB at TU-Automotive Detroit
EB speaks at International Congress Automotive Electronics in Ludwigsburg
#EMCC2018 - Get your ticket for Embedded Multi-Core Conference 2018

Product news

EB Assist ADTF 3.3 released

EB Assist ADTF 3.3 released

The newest version 3.3 of EB Assist ADTF, our proven in use tool for the development, validation, visualization, and test of ADAS and automated driving features, now offers an increased usability and new features like headless ADTF.DAT file processing, profiling support, and ADTF system monitor. New to EB Assist ADTF? Feel free to contact us for your free evaluation license! For existing users of EB Assist ADTF 2, dedicated transition trainings and migration packages are available.

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Trainings

EB Assist ADTF user training

June 12, 2018
Erlangen, Germany

EB Assist ADTF user training

You want to work with EB Assist ADTF? Join our training and learn how to create, set up, and run projects and how to use its components and tools to efficiently work with EB Assist ADTF.

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EB Assist ADTF developer training

June 19–21, 2018
Erlangen, Germany

EB Assist ADTF developer training

You want to develop new modules or tools by using EB Assist ADTF and its SDK? This training provides detailed information on the architecture and the different layers of EB Assist ADTF. Learn how to create new plugins for data processing, for connecting to hardware devices, and for visualization based on OpenGL and Qt. We will explain the use of the provided interfaces and services in detail.

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EB GUIDE 6 trainings for 2018

Jun/Sep/Nov 2018
Erlangen, Germany

EB GUIDE 6 trainings for 2018

The EB GUIDE 6 training schedule for 2018 is now available online! On offer this year are three training courses:

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EB tresos Classic AUTOSAR training

June 6–8, 2018
Erlangen, Germany

EB tresos Classic AUTOSAR training

AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is an open and standardized automotive software architecture, jointly developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and tool developers. Its main goal is to introduce a standardized layer between the application software and the hardware of an electronic control unit (ECU). Thus, the software is largely independent from any chosen microcontroller and car maker, making it reusable for several individual ECU systems. Gain a fundamental knowledge of the AUTOSAR standard by using EB tresos AutoCore Generic and EB tresos Studio.

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Events

EB at the Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium 2018

June 5–7, 2018
Stuttgart, Germany

EB at the Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium 2018

This year’s focal point lies on challenges involved with the programming of autonomous vehicle software, and on how to effectively run a functional and open HAD software architecture on Adaptive AUTOSAR infrastructure. The presentation by EB’s Rudi Grave (June 5, 4:30 p.m.) will focus on how to run a functional and open HAD software architecture on an Adaptive AUTOSAR infrastructure. Furthermore, EB’s experts will demonstrate how functional software architecture with open interfaces and software modules is integrated on a high performance microcontroller using Adaptive AUTOSAR middleware. We welcome you to listen to our presentation and to visit us at booth AV11006.

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Join EB at Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium Europe

June 5–7, 2018
Stuttgart, Germany

Join EB at Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium Europe

Autonomous and driverless vehicle technology will present automotive designers and vehicle manufacturers with a completely new and radical approach to the way in which vehicle interiors are designed and operated. Impacted by rapidly evolving consumer electronics technology and new automotive business models, the car is now a connected object that is set to become an extension of someone’s home and office. This raises an interesting question: what factors need to be taken into consideration when creating automotive interiors? Join EB’s Dr. Dominique Massonié as he presents insights into emerging challenges for automotive user interface design and their solutions.

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Meet EB at TU-Automotive Detroit

June 6–7, 2018
Novi, Michigan, USA
(Suburban Collection Showplace)

Meet EB at TU-Automotive Detroit

Billed as the world’s largest conference on automotive technology, TU-Automotive Detroit brings together experts from innovation in connected car, mobility, and autonomous car. This June, join us at our booth at TU-Automotive Detroit to experience our UX and Adaptive AUTOSAR products in action.

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EB speaks at International Congress Automotive Electronics in Ludwigsburg

June 19–20, 2018
Ludwigsburg, Germany

EB speaks at International Congress Automotive Electronics in Ludwigsburg

The 22nd International Congress Automotive Electronics will revolve around the topics of megatrends in the automotive and supplier industry, automated driving, end-to-end architecture, connected mobility, electromobility, and new mobility solutions. Join Elektrobit’s Executive Vice President Martin Schleicher when he gives a speech on "Scalable and flexible software platform for high performance".

Meet us in Ludwigsburg our top-level management looks forward to seeing you there in June!

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#EMCC2018 - Get your ticket for Embedded Multi-Core Conference 2018

June 26–27, 2018
Munich, Germany

#EMCC2018 - Get your ticket for Embedded Multi-Core Conference 2018

Together with Infineon, iSYSTEM, and Timing-Architects/Vector Informatik, EB will host the 4th EMCC. With a focus on "Best Practice Automotive Multi-Core Embedded Development and Test", renowned speakers from automotive OEMs and Tier 1s will share their experience and challenges facing the automotive megatrends. To let you know some experts of this year’s conference, here is a short extract of the program:

  • Rahman Jamal, National Instruments: "Disruptive Technologies: a shock wave for existing ecosystems?"
  • Dr. Kai Lampka, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH: "Taming the Beast: Mastering Security and Resource Sharing in future HPC platforms"
  • Jon Taylor, ARM: "Performance meets safety and security- future automotive SoC trends"

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