The electrical and electronic content of modern vehicles continues to grow creating many significant design and verification challenges for automotive OEMs and Tier 1 companies. This change started with mechanical systems being replaced by electrical ones to improve reliability and decrease weight, and now this trend has expanded into additional electrical/electronic systems such as mobility/infotainment and active safety.
This free, one-day technical seminar provides an overview of these challenges and how Synopsys’ automotive solutions for under-the-hood and driver assistance applications are helping companies to build robust and reliable electrical systems. Synopsys’ automotive solutions includes virtual platforms that enable design teams to do electro-modeling & simulation and software development long before the availability of the physical prototypes. Synopsys also provides solutions to leverage algorithmic development flows from tools like MATLAB® and Simulink® to target ASSPs and FPGAs for multiple automotive applications.
In addition, you will hear from Synopsys customers: General Motors and Magna, and eco-system partners: Renesas, Greenhills and Computer Simulation Technology (CST), to learn how we are working together to provide a compelling environment to meet the ongoing challenges of automotive electrification. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with other users, attend live demonstrations to gain first-hand experience with the Saber and Synplify product lines as well as Virtualizer Development Kits, and engage with Synopsys technical staff to discuss projects and Q&A.
- Seminar Topics
- Power electronic system design, Signal Integrity and EMI/EMC
- MCAL and AUTOSAR Software Development
- Automotive system integration and fault testing
- Algorithmic development and implementation
- ISO 26262 and Functional Safety for Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems
- Virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop
- Modeling, simulation and implementation technology for the development of automotive under-the-hood and driver assistance applications
- Designing for Reliability, Quality and Time-to-Market
Who Should Attend
Department managers, technical project leaders, R&D engineers and simulation/modeling experts from automotive OEM and Tier 1 companies who develop electrical systems/components and embedded software.
Location and Registration
November 8, 2012 / 9am - 5pm
Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel
21111 Haggerty Road
Novi, MI 48375