Exhibit Dates: 25 February – 27 February 2014
Embedded systems are revolutionizing our way of life. In cars, industrial systems, consumer products and many other products, Synopsys enables electronic companies to accelerate innovation and deliver market leading products. Come and visit Synopsys at Embedded World 2014 to experience the software development, prototyping and IP technologies that enable this innovation.
See Synopsys in Hall 4 Booth 4-609
- Visit our booth and learn more about software development, prototyping and IP technologies
- Software development with VDKs supporting Renesas V850/RH850/SH, Freescale Qorivva, Infineon AURIX, and ARM® Cortex™ Processors
- Virtual Prototyping with Virtualizer
- FPGA-based prototyping with HAPS® and HAPS-DX
- Hybrid prototyping combining virtual and FPGA-based prototyping
- DesignWare® Sensor IP and SoundWave Audio Subsystems, and ARC® Processors
- Low power, embedded vision processor design with Processor Designer™
Come, have a coffee with us and leave with the information that will transform your development and accelerate innovation.
Synopsys presentations at Embedded World
Tuesday, February 25: 11:30am – 12:00pm, Hall 5
Establishing a virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop environment for system integration and fault testing
Simulating a complete electromechanical system, known as a virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop environment (vHIL), including mechanical components, microcontroller hardware and embedded software will accelerate your software development and integration and test for electromechanical systems. Synopsys VDKs are an efficient tool for establishing a vHIL environment quickly and provide the most effective environment for HW/SW integration, and fault and coverage testing, resulting in higher software quality and system reliability in support of safety critical system standards such as ISO 26262 or IEC61508. Come and learn more about it during this session!
Wednesday, February 26: 11:30am – 12:00pm, Hall 5
HW/SW integration of ARM Cortex-M processor-based subsystem using a virtual development kit
This presentation from Synopsys will introduce the concept of a VDK (a SDK targeting a virtual prototype of your hardware) applied to an ARM Cortex–M Processor-based sensor. The VDK for ARM Cortex Processors enables more efficient system firmware debugging and subsystem integration with a Linux host all the way to full system integration and test. Come and learn how developers can efficiently debug and analyze their software well in advance of hardware availability, as well as increase testing productivity, resulting in higher quality software.
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