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AUTOSAR Training

Germany
AT
IN
Scandinavia
North America
Germany
AT
IN
Scandinavia
North America

Class Description for Vector CANtech, Inc.

USA, Canada, Mexico

AUTOSAR Workshop | 1-5 Days

Facts
  • Duration: 1-5 Days
  • Training Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons
Content

Module 1 offers an overview of how AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) as an open and standardized automotive software architecture paves the way for innovative electronic systems that further improve performance, safety and environmental friendliness.

The second module starts with an overview of the AUTOSAR methodology and the Vector tool chain. It then provides the students with exercises and explanation on implementing different topics, such as software components, input and output, communication.

Module 1: AUTOSAR Basics
Duration:
1 Day
Prerequisites:
Knowledge about software development for automotive systems
Agenda
  • Overview
  • Introduction to AUTOSAR
  • Methodology of AUTOSAR
  • AUTOSAR RTE (Runtime Environment)
  • AUTOSAR BSW (Basic Software Modules)
  • AUTOSAR in Practice
  • Implications and Migration
Module 2: AUTOSAR in Practice
Duration:
3 Days
Prerequisites:
Participation in the AUTOSAR seminar or good AUTOSAR knowledge
Agenda
  • Overview and introduction
  • Operating system
  • Software components (with exercises)
  • Input and output (with exercises)
  • Communication (with exercises)
  • State management and system services (with exercises)
  • Bus Systems (material for reference)
  • Nonvolatile Memory access (with exercises)
  • Diagnostics (with exercises)
Module 3: GM Global B
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
ECU Developers of GM Suppliers and OEM
Prerequisites:
Participation in the AUTOSAR seminar or good AUTOSAR knowledge, Certification as a GM supplier
Goal:
Gain a general overview about the GM approach. Moreover the Vector tool workflow, adapted to the GM approach, will be discussed.
Agenda
  • Overview and Introduction
  • GM specific functions
  • Configuring the GM Global B Stack
  • Feedback/Open Discussion

Class Description for Vector CANtech, Inc.

USA, Canada, Mexico

AUTOSAR Workshop | 1-5 Days

Facts
  • Duration: 1-5 Days
  • Training Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons
Content

Module 1 offers an overview of how AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) as an open and standardized automotive software architecture paves the way for innovative electronic systems that further improve performance, safety and environmental friendliness.

The second module starts with an overview of the AUTOSAR methodology and the Vector tool chain. It then provides the students with exercises and explanation on implementing different topics, such as software components, input and output, communication.

Module 1: AUTOSAR Basics
Duration:
1 Day
Prerequisites:
Knowledge about software development for automotive systems
Agenda
  • Overview
  • Introduction to AUTOSAR
  • Methodology of AUTOSAR
  • AUTOSAR RTE (Runtime Environment)
  • AUTOSAR BSW (Basic Software Modules)
  • AUTOSAR in Practice
  • Implications and Migration
Module 2: AUTOSAR in Practice
Duration:
3 Days
Prerequisites:
Participation in the AUTOSAR seminar or good AUTOSAR knowledge
Agenda
  • Overview and introduction
  • Operating system
  • Software components (with exercises)
  • Input and output (with exercises)
  • Communication (with exercises)
  • State management and system services (with exercises)
  • Bus Systems (material for reference)
  • Nonvolatile Memory access (with exercises)
  • Diagnostics (with exercises)
Module 3: GM Global B
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
ECU Developers of GM Suppliers and OEM
Prerequisites:
Participation in the AUTOSAR seminar or good AUTOSAR knowledge, Certification as a GM supplier
Goal:
Gain a general overview about the GM approach. Moreover the Vector tool workflow, adapted to the GM approach, will be discussed.
Agenda
  • Overview and Introduction
  • GM specific functions
  • Configuring the GM Global B Stack
  • Feedback/Open Discussion
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