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PREEvision Training Classes

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Class Description for Vector Informatik GmbH

Germany and all other countries

PREEvision | 2-5 Days

Target Group
  • System architects
  • Development, project, safety and quality engineers
  • Configuration and documentation managers
  • Network designers
  • Wiring harness designer
  • Architects and engineers in charge of designing and configuring Ethernet architectures
Goals
  • Basic PREEvision operation skills
  • Develop functions, evaluate and optimize the overall system
  • Design, evaluate and optimize network, electric circuit and wiring harness in PREEvision
  • Modeling Ethernet architectures in PREEvision
  • Model, analyze and optimize functional safe systems with PREEvision
Facts
  • Duration: 2-5 Days
  • Training Hours:
    • Monday: 9:30am - 4:30pm
    • Tuesday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Maximum number of participants: 14 persons
  • Modularity:
    The Basic module covers all fundamental concepts of PREEvision. This makes it the essential starting point for working with PREEvision. Three additional modules build upon the basic module from which you can choose any one freely. The advanced modules concentrate on a key aspect and take place in parallel. You can decide which track to follow depending on your individual requirements.
Basic Module
PREEvision Basics | 2 Days
Advanced Modules
Function
Development
2 Days
Hardware
Design
1,5 Days
PREEvision
SOA and
Ethernet
Modeling
3 Days
PREEvision
Safety
1 Day

Content

PREEvision covers specification, design and optimization of all components in a electrical/electronic architecture. This training class imparts the knowledge about the basic mechanisms and concepts of the tool during the basic module “PREEvision Basics”.

In the advanced module “Function Development”, after an overview on the data model, you create requirements and customer features the resulting system has to fulfill. By a functional decomposition the logical architecture is created – based on the already acquired knowledge. The created artifacts are mapped onto the network architecture. Based on that mapping the signal transmission in the network is optimized. In parallel automated checks secure the consistency of the model. Finally you create automated reports based on the data in your model.

In the advanced module “Hardware Design” you create the Network Topology and the Component Architecture after an overview on the data model. You use that data to derive Electric Circuit and Wiring Harness perspectives. After defining the Geometrical Topology you optimize the wiring harness using the Wiring Harness Router. In parallel automated checks secure the consistency of the model. Finally you create automated reports based on the data in your model.

The advanced module “SOA and Ethernet Modeling” gives you a fundamental knowledge of Ethernet and IP based communication in motor vehicles, as well as a short overview of relevant protocols and their application areas. In practical exercises, you will use PREEvision to define services with their roles and interfaces, set up a switched network topology and deploy the service. You will define and configure VLANs, socket adapters and switches and derive an Ethernet communication from that.

For all advanced modules the basic module “PREEvision Basics” is a requirement.

Basic Module: PREEvision Basics
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development, project and quality engineers, configuration and documentation managers
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development
Goal:
Basic PREEvision operation skills
Agenda
  • Concepts of PREEvision
  • Introduction to PREEvision
  • PREEvision in Multi User Mode
  • Layer Overview
  • Overview of PREEvision’s configuration capabilities
  • Outlook additional use cases
Advanced Modules:

There are 4 advanced modules that you can participate in after having completed the basic module. The advanced modules concentrate on different key aspects and take place simultaneously. Depending on your individual requirements you can decide which track you would like to follow.

Variant 1: Function Development with PREEvision
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development, project and quality engineers, documentation managersr
Prerequisites:
AUTOSAR basics, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Develop functions, evaluate and optimize the overall system
Agenda
  • Requirements Layer and Customer Feature Layer
  • Logical Architecture Layer
  • Software Components Layer
  • The Layers Network Topology and Component Architecture
  • Signal Routing and Communication
  • Variants in PREEvision
  • Questions, Feedback, Suggestions
Variant 2: Hardware Design with PREEvision
Duration:
1,5 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development engineers, network designers, wiring harness designer
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Design, evaluate and optimize network, electric circuit and wiring harness in PREEvision
Agenda
  • The Layers Network Topology and Component Architecture
  • The Layer Electric Circuit
  • The Layer Wiring Harness
  • The Layer Geometrical Topology
  • The Wiring Harness Router
  • Variants in PREEvision
  • Questions, Feedback, Suggestions
Variant 3: PREEvision SOA and Ethernet Modeling
Duration:
3 Days
Target Group:
Architects and engineers in charge of designing and configuring Ethernet architectures
Prerequisites:
AUTOSAR knowledge, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Modeling Ethernet architectures in PREEvision
Agenda
  • Introduction to Ethernet
  • Physical Layers
  • Ethernet, IP and TCP/UDP Basics
  • Use-oriented Protocols in Vehicles
  • Service Design in PREEvision
  • Network Topology Definition
  • VLAN and MAC Definition (OSI Layer 2)
  • ECU Communication Specification (OSI Layer 3..7)
  • Service Deployment
  • Ethernet Socket Adapter
  • Switch Configuration
  • Outlook
Variant 4: PREEvision Safety
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
System architects, development engineers, quality engineers, safety engineers, documentation managers
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development, ISO 26262 knowledge, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Model, analyze and optimize functional safe systems with PREEvision
Agenda
  • Introduction ISO 26262
  • Overview Functional Safety in PREEvision
  • Item Definition, HAZOP and HARA
  • Functional and Technical Safety Concept
  • Qualitative Safety Analysis (FMEA, FTA)
  • Quantitative Safety Analysis (FTA)
  • Safety Plan, Safety Case

Class Description for Vector Informatik GmbH

Germany and all other countries

PREEvision | 2-5 Days

Target Group
  • System architects
  • Development, project, safety and quality engineers
  • Configuration and documentation managers
  • Network designers
  • Wiring harness designer
  • Architects and engineers in charge of designing and configuring Ethernet architectures
Goals
  • Basic PREEvision operation skills
  • Develop functions, evaluate and optimize the overall system
  • Design, evaluate and optimize network, electric circuit and wiring harness in PREEvision
  • Modeling Ethernet architectures in PREEvision
  • Model, analyze and optimize functional safe systems with PREEvision
Facts
  • Duration: 2-5 Days
  • Training Hours:
    • Monday: 9:30am - 4:30pm
    • Tuesday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Maximum number of participants: 14 persons
  • Modularity:
    The Basic module covers all fundamental concepts of PREEvision. This makes it the essential starting point for working with PREEvision. Three additional modules build upon the basic module from which you can choose any one freely. The advanced modules concentrate on a key aspect and take place in parallel. You can decide which track to follow depending on your individual requirements.
Basic Module
PREEvision Basics | 2 Days
Advanced Modules
Function
Development
2 Days
Hardware
Design
1,5 Days
PREEvision
SOA and
Ethernet
Modeling
3 Days
PREEvision
Safety
1 Day

Content

PREEvision covers specification, design and optimization of all components in a electrical/electronic architecture. This training class imparts the knowledge about the basic mechanisms and concepts of the tool during the basic module “PREEvision Basics”.

In the advanced module “Function Development”, after an overview on the data model, you create requirements and customer features the resulting system has to fulfill. By a functional decomposition the logical architecture is created – based on the already acquired knowledge. The created artifacts are mapped onto the network architecture. Based on that mapping the signal transmission in the network is optimized. In parallel automated checks secure the consistency of the model. Finally you create automated reports based on the data in your model.

In the advanced module “Hardware Design” you create the Network Topology and the Component Architecture after an overview on the data model. You use that data to derive Electric Circuit and Wiring Harness perspectives. After defining the Geometrical Topology you optimize the wiring harness using the Wiring Harness Router. In parallel automated checks secure the consistency of the model. Finally you create automated reports based on the data in your model.

The advanced module “SOA and Ethernet Modeling” gives you a fundamental knowledge of Ethernet and IP based communication in motor vehicles, as well as a short overview of relevant protocols and their application areas. In practical exercises, you will use PREEvision to define services with their roles and interfaces, set up a switched network topology and deploy the service. You will define and configure VLANs, socket adapters and switches and derive an Ethernet communication from that.

For all advanced modules the basic module “PREEvision Basics” is a requirement.

Basic Module: PREEvision Basics
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development, project and quality engineers, configuration and documentation managers
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development
Goal:
Basic PREEvision operation skills
Agenda
  • Concepts of PREEvision
  • Introduction to PREEvision
  • PREEvision in Multi User Mode
  • Layer Overview
  • Overview of PREEvision’s configuration capabilities
  • Outlook additional use cases
Advanced Modules:

There are 4 advanced modules that you can participate in after having completed the basic module. The advanced modules concentrate on different key aspects and take place simultaneously. Depending on your individual requirements you can decide which track you would like to follow.

Variant 1: Function Development with PREEvision
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development, project and quality engineers, documentation managersr
Prerequisites:
AUTOSAR basics, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Develop functions, evaluate and optimize the overall system
Agenda
  • Requirements Layer and Customer Feature Layer
  • Logical Architecture Layer
  • Software Components Layer
  • The Layers Network Topology and Component Architecture
  • Signal Routing and Communication
  • Variants in PREEvision
  • Questions, Feedback, Suggestions
Variant 2: Hardware Design with PREEvision
Duration:
1,5 Days
Target Group:
System architects, development engineers, network designers, wiring harness designer
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Design, evaluate and optimize network, electric circuit and wiring harness in PREEvision
Agenda
  • The Layers Network Topology and Component Architecture
  • The Layer Electric Circuit
  • The Layer Wiring Harness
  • The Layer Geometrical Topology
  • The Wiring Harness Router
  • Variants in PREEvision
  • Questions, Feedback, Suggestions
Variant 3: PREEvision SOA and Ethernet Modeling
Duration:
3 Days
Target Group:
Architects and engineers in charge of designing and configuring Ethernet architectures
Prerequisites:
AUTOSAR knowledge, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Modeling Ethernet architectures in PREEvision
Agenda
  • Introduction to Ethernet
  • Physical Layers
  • Ethernet, IP and TCP/UDP Basics
  • Use-oriented Protocols in Vehicles
  • Service Design in PREEvision
  • Network Topology Definition
  • VLAN and MAC Definition (OSI Layer 2)
  • ECU Communication Specification (OSI Layer 3..7)
  • Service Deployment
  • Ethernet Socket Adapter
  • Switch Configuration
  • Outlook
Variant 4: PREEvision Safety
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
System architects, development engineers, quality engineers, safety engineers, documentation managers
Prerequisites:
Experience in systems or component development, ISO 26262 knowledge, participation in basic module “PREEvision Basics”
Goal:
Model, analyze and optimize functional safe systems with PREEvision
Agenda
  • Introduction ISO 26262
  • Overview Functional Safety in PREEvision
  • Item Definition, HAZOP and HARA
  • Functional and Technical Safety Concept
  • Qualitative Safety Analysis (FMEA, FTA)
  • Quantitative Safety Analysis (FTA)
  • Safety Plan, Safety Case
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