Conferences and supporting programme
Optimizing automotive electronics, software and network architecture using VisualSim and Model-based System Simulation
This seminar covers a new methodology using VisualSim where a single virtual prototype is used to dynamically evaluate timing deadlines, resource efficiency, power, reliability, functional safety for ISO 26262 and security. This methodology ensure that all surprises have been eliminated prior to integration. The VisualSim model accurately emulates the functionality and timing of electronics, networks and software.
- Looking for an early system exploration solution? - Need to measure the latency, throughput and power at architecture phase? - Bring together the Integration, Networking, Hardware and Software teams? If so, VisualSim Architect is right for you. VisualSim is a modeling and simulation software used for the architecture exploration of electronics, software and networks. This solution enables designers to optimize an architecture by experimenting with sensors, components, topologies, attributes, workloads, and use-cases. During this Workshop, we will present real-life automotive examples that were analyzed in VisualSim for Electronic Control Units, Time Sensitive Networks, Gateways, Braking and Autonomous Driving systems. We will demonstrate the construction of an accurate model using predefined components, run Monte-Carlo simulations and generate recommendations on your system quality and compliance. Examples of recommendations can be to trade-off performance and power consumption, prevent deadlocks and bottlenecks, and functional safety compliance with ISO26262. Background on System-Level Modeling using VisualSim System-level modeling is the construction of timing, power and functional models to validate and optimize the product definition. The major advantage of using system modeling over traditional Model-based Development is that the model construction happens in weeks, is done before all the algorithms and detailed implementation information is available, and lots of architecture trade-offs options, without having to do extensive rework.
--- Date: 27.02.2020 Time: 13:00 - 13:30 Location: Exhibitor's Forum, Hall 3A, 3A-730