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Applications and Requirements of Virtual Platforms in the Automotive Domain (login required)
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Ingo Feldner of Robert Bosch GmbH

Linking Saber and CST Studio Suite for an Integrated Simulation Approach
Synopsys and CST launch Technology Partnership to address Demand of Automotive Industry. "In order to perform a reliable prediction of EM emissions for automotive networks, we require the reuse of accurate models from CST Studio Suite in Saber in the context of ECU system simulation." Stefan Heimburger, R&D Engineer Robert Bosch
Andreas Barchanski of CST and Thorsten Gerke of Synopsys

Addressing Automotive System Electrification Challenges with Physical Modeling & Simulation
In this short presentation, the case is made for the need for physical modeling and simulation in the design of reliable multi-domain systems. Problem and solution definitions are provided, along with an overview of the Synopsys Saber tool and customer use examples.
Jim Patton

Synopsys FPGA and Simulink-Based Design Solutions for Automotive
The presence and applicability of FPGAs for high-reliability systems is increasing in automotive applications. This presentation provides an overview of Synopsys’ Synphony Model Compiler to achieve the highest design quality and productivity for Simulink-based FPGA design and verification.
Jeff Garrison

Targeting zero-defect system design with virtual manufacturing
Modern automotive subsystems depend on an integrated mix of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and software technologies. To help account for this mix of technologies, General Motors Powertrain (GMPT) pioneered a Signal Delivery Subsystem (SDSS) development process to design electronic controls and analyze technology interactions.
William Goodwin and Amar Bhatti



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