Fast-tracking ECU development

Case, Lenny
September 2011
Automotive Industries;Sep2011, Vol. 191 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
This article presents an interview with Marc Serughetti, product marketing director of Synopsys Inc. He says that automotive OEMs are differentiating with the user experience provided to end customers, provide improved functionality for similar cost. He also says that adoption of standards like AUTOSAR will require better coordination amongst the ECU development community. Also, a comprehensive set of development solutions for OEMs is being offered by them.


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