Managing non-volatile memory in the ECU

In an ECU, non-volatile memory is used to store program code as well as important data that needs to remain available after a reset (e.g. fault memory entries). The program code is normally transferred to the ECU using a flash bootloader. The data to be stored are created during regular operation and are transferred to memory by a Memory Manager.

Vector can offer you various software modules for managing, checking and restoring these internal data into and out of non-volatile memory.

AUTOSAR Basic Software Modules for flash and EEPROM management Product information Product information MICROSAR MEM Hardware independent
EEPROM emulation in flash memory (EepM) Product information Product information EepM Available Flash driver for EepM
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