Ronan Synnott, Arm, Abhik Dey, Etas & Rob Barnes, Elsense
The number of control software for safety-relevant applications running on Arm-based CPUs is rapidly growing. Today a vehicle has over 100 million lines of software code that controls its various systems from engine management to atmospheric control, which is 100 times more than in the Space Shuttle and over four times as much as in a Boeing 787.
Model-based development has been widely adopted to help manage project complexity and simplify traceability, maintainability and conformance to industry and safety standards. Arm has partnered with industry experts ETAS to streamline toolchain integration and enable highly optimized code generation for Arm-based microcontrollers using ETAS ASCET-DEVELOPER models built with the safety-qualified Arm Compiler as supplied with Arm Development Studio.
- How ETAS have collaborated with Arm to provide an easy flow for the development of safety-relevant control applications conforming to the established industry standards.
- How to achieve optimum runtime performance whilst simplifying toolchain integration
- How to easily evaluate the flow with an example setup created by Elsense a UK based consulting engineering company
Abhik Dey, Product Manager ASCET-DEVELOPER at ETAS, has over 13 years of experience spanning various roles in automotive software domain. He also brings knowledge of the accompanying processes, methodology, standards and tools.
Rob Barnes, Director and Technical Specialist at Elsense Limited, is responsible for automotive transmission and motor control software. He has over 20 years of experience in series production software for Dual Clutch and Automated Manual Transmissions for drivelines such as the Bugatti Veyron.
Ronan Synnott, Solutions Architect at Arm, educates developers on all aspects Arm’s development tool offerings, ensuring that they select the right portfolio of products for their specific needs, and enabling the most productive use of the tools together.