Automotive cockpit design is being driven forward by prevailing trends in the wider market.
The Covid-driven MCU shortage for ECUs and elsewhere in vehicle design can bring entire production lines to a halt if not properly managed.
Linking multiple disciplines, and fully accounting for networks and distributed functionality are vital to automotive E/E design.
Generating accurate ASIL metrics early in the functional safety lifecycle, reduces time-to-certification for ISO26262.
Creating strong links between the electrical and mechanical design domains is a leading enabler of digitalization.
Model-based systems engineering is a necessary next-step in methodology to cope with the broadening range of innovation across automotive, aerospace and other vehicular markets.
The promise of autonomous vehicles is driving profound changes in the design and testing of automotive ICs.
How Siemens PAVE 360 platform leverages emulation to deliver the exhaustive test required for the incoming generation of autonomous vehicles.
The Portable Stimulus Standard helps overcome many of the verification challenges inherent in the strict requirements of ISO 26262.
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