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New cloud-based end-to-end AD validation toolchain

Collecting and storing data securely at scale, available wherever and whenever

The car of the future

EB is partner of QuantumRISC: Research project for quantum-computer-proof cryptography

Exchanging expert knowledge – EB webinars

Swarm-based open architecture for IVI system
Managing automotive software complexity and safety with EB tresos and Arm® Cortex®-R52
Use Design Thinking to refocus automotive projects on the essentials

Tackling challenges together – EB partnerships

Team up and become an EB Assist ADTF partner

Cyber security: trust-worthy, reliable, economic

Building trust in cloud functions

We love to meet you

Let's meet up at the global stage of CES 2020
Automotive deep learning solutions at IROS 2019 in Macau
Talking about the future at Automotive Computing Conference

New cloud-based end-to-end AD validation toolchain

Collecting and storing data securely at scale, available wherever and whenever

Collecting and storing data securely at scale, available wherever and whenever

EB released EB Assist Test Lab, a powerful, cloud-based tool for end-to-end validation of automated vehicles with a network of best-in-breed providers in cloud services, simulation technologies, and AI.

What can you expect from EB Assist Test Lab:

  • Easy management of petabytes of driving-scene data generated in real and simulated test drives during the validation and verification process
  • Built on Microsoft's cloud-computing platform, Azure, allowing global scalability, flexibility, enterprise-grade security, and to easily meet peak demands during parallel tests

Dive deeply into cloud-based validation and join EB and Microsoft in the free webinar on Nov. 5.

Register here to get more insights and get answers to your questions!

Learn more now

The car of the future

QuantumRISC project partners

QuantumRISC project partners

EB is partner of QuantumRISC: Research project for quantum-computer-proof cryptography

The development of quantum computers poses a severe threat to current cryptographic methods. To make sure that future cryptography integrated into embedded systems – especially in the car of the future- can withstand this new level of high performance, the development project QuantumRISC was formed to establish processes and practices for post-quantum cryptography (PQC). EB is thrilled to be part of this publicly funded project with Fraunhofer SIT, Continental, MTG, and high-profile German technical universities.

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Exchanging expert knowledge – EB webinars

Swarm-based open architecture for IVI system

November 13, 2019

10 a.m. (Detroit) |
4 p.m. (Stuttgart) |
8:30 p.m. (New Delhi) |
11 p.m. (Beijing) |
12 p.m. (Tokyo)

Swarm-based open architecture for IVI system

Future vehicles are going to be intelligent, connected, highly personalized, and secured. They will also be used more on-demand with shared ownership.

To realize this, the software running on vehicles must be distributed, secured, scalable, and flexible. Sambit Patnaik, Technical Architect at Elektrobit, discusses how Swarm-based open architecture for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems takes the industry one step closer to this modular and scalable mobility future.

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Managing automotive software complexity and safety with EB tresos and Arm® Cortex®-R52

November 14, 2019

10 a.m. (Detroit) |
4 p.m. (Stuttgart) |
8:30 p.m. (New Delhi) |
11 p.m. (Beijing) |
12 p.m. (Tokyo)

Managing automotive software complexity and safety with EB tresos and Arm® Cortex®-R52

The ability to consolidate functionality within a single more powerful electronic control unit (ECU) is one aspect that drives the increase of software use across the entire vehicle. It can be a challenge to integrate this growing code base while supporting its isolation and managing updates to software over the lifetime of the vehicle.

In this webinar, Jochen Steuerwald from Elektrobit and James Scobie from Arm will show how to reuse AUTOSAR software components (SWCs) and integrate mixed-criticality safety software using “bus-level” separation solutions with EB tresos products and Arm® Cortex®-R52.

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Use Design Thinking to refocus automotive projects on the essentials

November 7, 2019

10 a.m. (Detroit) |
4 p.m. (Stuttgart) |
8:30 p.m. (New Delhi) |
11 p.m. (Beijing) |
12 p.m. (Tokyo)

Use Design Thinking to refocus automotive projects on the essentials

Shrinking development budgets and a tight staffing situation are prevalent strains for automotive project teams at the moment. That means it is time to concentrate on the fundamentals in order to be effective.

Maike Voigt, Product Manager Connected Services at EB, will show you how you can use the key principles and mindset of Design Thinking to better understand the problems that you have to solve for your customers and create the right products that meet your customers' needs.

Sign up here for the free webinar

Tackling challenges together – EB partnerships

Team up and become an EB Assist ADTF partner

Team up and become an EB Assist ADTF partner

@Experts in driver assistance and automated driving systems:

Do you believe that active collaboration empowers high-quality and sustainable solutions?

Then join our EB Assist ADTF partner program and get the community advantages:

  • One developer license free of charge
  • Full control of the customized interface of your own hardware/software to EB Assist ADTF that is also included in every delivered version of EB Assist ADTF offering you a new sales and marketing channel.
  • EB support for development and partner evaluation

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Cyber security: trust-worthy, reliable, economic

Building trust in cloud functions

Building trust in cloud functions

Connected cars are the future of the automotive sector, but its cloud-based software functions and services must be secure against cyberattacks to ensure reliability. The keynote speech by Martin Schleicher, EB's Executive Vice President Business Management, at the VDI Automotive Security 2019 conference, elaborated on the requirements of cyber security, its currently high maintenance costs, and how an industry-wide standard could make secure cloud functions not only more trust-worthy and reliable, but also more economic.

Learn more

We love to meet you

Let's meet up at the global stage of CES 2020

Las Vegas, USA
January 7 – 10, 2020

Let's meet up at the global stage of CES 2020

Are you also getting ready for your CES 2020 visit? Our EB team is already prepping for lively discussions with you on the new trends that will be showcased at CES, but also on how we can help accelerate your projects for automated driving, vehicle infrastructure, connected vehicle, and user experience!

Schedule your meeting with an EB expert now
Automotive deep learning solutions at IROS 2019 in Macau

Macau, China
November 4 - 6, 2019
Room LG-R15

Automotive deep learning solutions at IROS 2019 in Macau

EB and Transilvania University of Brasov have developed NeuroTrajectory, a multi-objective neuroevolutionary approach to local state trajectory learning for autonomous driving, where the desired trajectory of the ego-vehicle is estimated over a finite prediction horizon by a perception-planning deep neural network.

To find out more about this new approach and how artificial intelligence is used in the automotive sector, stop by the 2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2019) for our presentation on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 1 p.m. at room LG-R15 and put our experts to the test!

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Talking about the future at Automotive Computing Conference

Talking about the future at Automotive Computing Conference

The first Automotive Computing Conference (ACC) in Frankfurt really came together as a platform for industry experts to discuss in-depth technical solutions for new automotive developments. They hit topics like how Urban Air Mobility can alleviate inner-city traffic or how to consolidate the now-crucial vehicle software updates after sales, had a lively panel discussion on open source vs. closed code in safety-critical projects, to name a few examples.

Missed the 2019 edition? Take a look at the pictures and mark your calendar for October 2020.

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