On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

Verification of ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles


Automotive OEMs are taking more control of electronic control unit (ECU) hardware/software architecture definition and exploration, mainly due to the rise of new technologies in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles. The increasing number of cars with ECUs containing tens of processors, plus the need to accelerate the simulation of thousands of driving scenarios and design parameters to ensure safety and reliability in autonomous driving, has expanded the use of hardware emulation in the loop, based on its capacity and functional verification merits.

This Webinar describes an integrated heterogeneous system framework to simulate and verify multiple ECUs. The framework allows co-development of the automotive system application software, operating system, and controller hardware, together with the mechanical system actuators, sensors, and the physical world environment/traffic scenarios all in one.


Richard Pugh, Solutions Product Manager, Emulation, Mentor, a Siemens Business