Learn more about ANSYS Embedded Systems and Software
ANSYS SCADE and ANSYS medini solutions cover all facets of embedded technologies and safety analysis using a model-based embedded software development and simulation environment with a built-in automatic code generator. Our products enhance your ability to design automated driver assistance systems (ADAS), human-machine interfaces (HMIs), digital twins, avionics systems and all other applications requiring embedded software for control and safety.
Visit us at booth 4-631 to see some of our newest embedded software capabilities and to learn hands-on from our in-booth demonstrations. You’ll discover:
The ANSYS ADAS/autonomous vehicle open simulation platform
The ANSYS ADAS/autonomous vehicle open simulation platform integrates physics, electronics, embedded systems and software simulation to enable companies developing self-driving vehicles to accurately simulate complete autonomous driving systems.
SCADE HMI demo
Learn how SCADE supports Khronos OpenGL SC 2.0 for critical avionics and automotive HMI software.
ANSYS and KRONO-SAFE integrated software platform for critical aerospace applications
ANSYS and KRONO-SAFE integrate their respective tools SCADE Suite and ASTERIOS to provide a real-time integration flow suitable for safety-critical multirate applications, on single or multicore platforms.
Fully integrated and optimized with CoreAVI’s OpenGL graphics drivers, the ANSYS and CoreAVI joint product suites are ready to be used in a wide range of security- and safety-critical systems, including RTCA DO-178C, EN50128 and IEC 61508 standards.
Don’t miss the chance to hear ANSYS experts speaking on these timely topics:
Analysis and Development of Safety-Critical Software for ADAS
Gunther SIEGEL, ANSYS
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, at noon
Hall 3/Stand 3A-610
More than 60 percent of a new vehicle’s cost comes from its advanced electronics and software systems. Since many of the functions guided by these electronic systems are mission-critical, it’s essential that all automotive systems work together with complete reliability. That means tens of millions of lines of software code that control advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) must be flawless.