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Elektrobit releases innovative development tool that simplifies highly complex software projects for automotive and other markets

March 2, 2017 

Completely platform-agnostic, the tool helps carmakers and suppliers save significant amounts of time and costs during software development and bug fixing and ensures the final product performs without error.

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Elektrobit (EB) today released EB solys, a customizable and extensible development tool that simplifies the verification of automotive system behaviors in a run-time environment. Completely platform-agnostic, the tool helps carmakers and suppliers save significant amounts of time and costs during software development and bug fixing and ensures the final product performs without error.

Advanced automotive systems that enable connectivity and highly automated driving (HAD) features must overcome complex technical challenges. To do so, projects often require extensive collaboration among numerous software suppliers with different development methods. EB solys visualizes how software components interact with each other and allows developers to monitor and verify actual runtime behavior against the software architecture in real-time. Through graphical and programmatic analysis, compliance issues and other conflicts can be quickly pinpointed and resolved, saving crucial time and resources.

EB solys, previously known as EB RACE, now has more features as well, including continuous integration support with EB solys Auto for permanent KPI measurement during the entire project lifecycle. The tool also features a built-in script engine with a powerful application programming interface for enhanced data post-processing, facilitating efficient and formal data analysis.

With EB solys, EB provides a large-scale tool set for collecting, aggregating, correlating and visualizing runtime data. Though rooted in the automotive market, EB solys’s open architecture allows it to be adapted to other markets or development environments, such as telecommunications or aerospace.

Software for the automotive industry