[Video] How Different ECU Reprogramming Use-Cases Influence Design of Your Humble Flash Bootloader
One Flash Bootloader solution does not fit the bill for every ECU application. Our latest Video explores the need for different types of flash bootloaders and the variants designed to cater different business use-cases. Watch it now!
What are Different Types of Flash Bootloaders that Facilitate Automotive ECU (Electronic Control Unit) Reprogramming
Automotive Applications may have unique requirements for ECU reprogramming function. While some need secure firmware updates, other might require a secondary Bootloader or an external flash driver. This blog talks about different types of Flash Bootloaders, that can help you to support unique project requirements.
[Vlog] ISO 26262 Compliant Unit Testing: Understanding the Methods, Test Cases and Coverage
To design an automotive solution, which is “fail-safe”, your Functional Safety Consultants should performing testing as per the ISO 26262 Standard. This verification and validation process begins with Unit Testing. Our latest Vlog about functional safety in Automotive, explores what happens when ISO 26262 meets Unit Testing. Read on..
[Vlog] What Makes FOTA an Automotive Superhero, in this Era of Connected Vehicles?
Firmware-Over-The-Air (FOTA), as a solution for remotely managing the software updates for automotive ECU’s, is a necessity for the OEMs’ of this connected vehicles era. Reason: It helps in reducing the risks of vehicle recalls, while enhancing the overall operational efficiency. How? Find out in this video.
HARA by ISO 26262 Standard: Why Understanding Hazards and Risks is a Stepping Stone of your Functional Safety Journey
From assessment of the safety mechanisms to FMEDA, every activity in ISO 26262 functional safety, revolves around ASIL values and the safety goals. But where do these values come from? It is responsibility shouldered by HARA – Hazarad Assessment and Risk Analysis. Learn more here
[Video Blog] How Model Based Development Works: A Step-by-Step Analysis
Are you aware of the three pillars of model based development? Do you know why this approach is a preferred method for development of automotive software? Our latest vlog on MBD delves deep into the how model-driven development works and explains the process flowchart. Read on..
A Car with a Cockpit: How Digital Cockpit Solutions are Making This a Reality
Personalization, Connectivity & Safety are the three factors fuelling innovations in the automotive industry. The emergence of digital cockpit solution , a unified avatar of your Infotainment, Instrument Cluster and Head-up Display, has aptly encompassed these three innovation commandments. How? Find out in this blog .
[Vlog – ISO 26262 Standard for Functional Safety] How to Evaluate Hardware Architecture Metrics Using FMEDA Method
That can be measured, can be improved! This principal is leveraged by the Functional Saftey Engineers, to make automotive hardware “fail-safe”. Using FMEDA method certain hardware metrics are measured, which can help you achieve the Functional Safety Compliance, as prescribed by the ISO 26262 standard. The video has more details
Understanding What is a Flash Bootloader and the Nuances of an Automotive ECU Re-programming
An Automotive Control Unit should always be ported with updated version of the software and security patches. This is essential for the security and efficient operations. Learn how a Flash Bootloader software plays an important role and understand the step-by-step process of ECU re-programming.
[Video] How a Transition to Model Based Development can Save your Product Engineering Teams from Manual Coding Syndrome
Do you know that close to 100 million lines of code are involved in development of ADAS and Infotainment Systems? There are many downsides of manually coding such complex systems. How can your engineering teams overcome such challenges by switching to Model Based Development approach? Watching this video would help.
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