ANSYS Embedded Solutions @ Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services
ANSYS Embedded Solution covers all facets of embedded technologies 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 assist systems (ADAS), human-machine interfaces (HMIs), digital twins, and all other applications requiring embedded software and functional safety analysis.
Vehicle Electronics & Connected ServicesMay 9-10, 2017 – Gothenburg, Sweden
ANSYS - BOOTH 17
ANSYS is the GOLD Sponsor - BOOTH 17 of the Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services. Visit us at our booth to view some of the newest ANSYS capabilities and to learn hands-on from our in-booth demonstrations. You'll discover:
ANSYS medini for Automotive Safety Analysis
ANSYS medini implements efficiently core activities of the functional safety analysis and integrates them with the existing processes. Target users are safety managers and experts as well as development engineers and quality managers involved in the development of electronic and software based components in the automotive industry. ANSYS medini offers an integrated solution for many of the ISO 26262 activities, standard compliant work with minimal effort, support from concept phase to production and operation, automatic generation of the work products required by ISO 26262, and more.
System Simulation for Autonomous Vehicle Development
A system-level simulation of an autonomous vehicle demonstrates how it successfully senses an obstacle and applies its brakes when a tractor-trailer crosses its path.
Model based software development for energy storage systems
Tuesday 9 May 11:00 am - 11:30 am
VP Engineering SBU
Braking system digital twin in simulation for automotive
Wednesday 10 May / Track A – 03:35 pm
Customer Case Studies
See how our customers are using our software:
In the Loop
DLR Automotive applied SCADE Display to develop an interactive driving simulation environment for its traffic information system. DLR was able
to create a flexible HMI design by leveraging SCADE's free configurable