Automotive HW-SW Integration – SAE Event at UofW Campus
How do automotive electronic designers and testers handle the complexities of hardware-software integration at the chip, board, and network levels? I’ll answer this question at the upcoming event sponsored by the Seattle Chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). After my talk, attendees will be able to tour the SAE Formula 1 Manufacturing area.
|Date:||January 23rd, 2014|
|Location:||University of Washington (Seattle)
Mechanical Engineering Building – Room 238
|Agenda:||6:00 Social – Pasta Bar
6:30 Introductions SAE and INCOSE
6:45 Presentation John Blyler
7:45 Tour of SAE Formula 1 Manufacturing area
|RSVP:||Email Mark.Shoaf@PACCAR.com to RSVP.
Dinner-Event is Free.
Background: The current state of the art is to integrate, verify, validate, and test automotive hardware and software with a complement of physical hardware and virtual software prototyping tools. The growth of sophisticated software tools, sometimes combined with hardware-in-the-loop devices, has allowed the automotive industry to meet shrinking time-to-market, decreasing cost, and increasing safety demands. But is this approach enough, especially when applied across the entire system of chip-board-network electronics? This talk will address this and related issues.
INCOSE/SAE January 23 joint event – Software and Hardware Integration in Automotive Product Development