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EB and NXP enable virtual development of ECUs for connected and automated driving

By utilizing EB's tailored software tools for the S32 platform, in combination with S32 Virtual Development Kits, car makers can now start to develop future automotive applications

Elektrobit (EB) has announced that it will now be offering Classic and Adaptive AUTOSAR-compliant software specifically developed for NXP Semiconductors’ scalable S32 Automotive Processing Platform.

By utilizing EB’s tailored software tools for the S32 platform, in combination with S32 Virtual Development Kits, car makers can now start to develop future automotive applications like those needed for connected and highly automated driving (HAD) more quickly and efficiently.

Car makers and suppliers are under increasing pressure to bring advanced automated and connected technologies faster to the market. Yet, these applications require more processing power and more complex software than ever before. EB and NXP address this by offering what it claims to be the highest-performing safe automotive processing platform, optimized with EB’s Classic and Adaptive AUTOSAR-compliant software in a virtual environment.

Since this software is specifically adapted for use on the S32 platform, car makers and suppliers can more easily develop future applications for connected and automated driving, reducing both time and costs.

Source: Press Release

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