For over 30 years, the SAE Convergence® Conference & Exhibition has brought together lead technology engineers, directors, and automotive executives from across the Globe to address the impact of electronics systems and the issues critical for implementing mobility electronics in the vehicle.
As advanced electronic and power systems continue to spread through all aspects of automotive design, Synopsys’ tools and Design IP (Ethernet AVB and USB) equip engineers with powerful capabilities for the design, development and verification of automotive electronics, power systems and embedded software. Through the use of our tools and IP, customers can rapidly and easily explore design alternatives, optimize system robustness and validate overall reliability and safety for a broad range of automotive applications including engine and powertrain management, driver assistance and in-vehicle infotainment.
Learn from our Synopsys experts how to develop electronic and electro-mechanical products with higher reliability and quality, faster and more efficiently.
October 16-17, 2012
How to Get There
Exhibit Dates and Hours
Tuesday, October 16: 12:00pm – 6:30pm
Wednesday, October 17: 12:00pm – 6:30pm
- Visit Synopsys at Booth #719
Virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop & Fault Testing for Safety Critical Embedded Control
This demonstration will highlight how Virtualizer Development Kits based on microcontroller virtual prototypes can help start system integration and test early as well as facilitate fault injection testing for safety critical embedded control applications. Microcontroller from Freescale, Renesas and Infineon as well as integration with automotive development tools such as Simulink, Vector and Saber are supported by Synopsys.
Accelerating the Development of Android SW Stacks for Car Infotainment Applications
This demonstration will highlight how Synopsys Virtualizer Development Kits for ARM Cortex Processors provide an Android-aware debug and analysis framework allowing for a deterministic and successive top-down debug approach. The demonstration will leverage a virtual prototype of the ARM big.LITTLE subsystem.
Multi-Domain Physical Modeling and Simulation for Robust xEV Power Systems
This demonstration will highlight how SaberRD is used to create high-fidelity physical models of key components in an xEV powertrain and how its extensive selection of analysis capabilities can be applied to assess system reliability and achieve robustness goals.
Read more about Automotive VDKs
Read more about Saber Physical Modeling & Simulation
Download copies of the Synopsys Automotive Technical Bulletin
Learn about DesignWare IP
For more information or to register, go to SAE Convergence 2012.