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Electronics content in modern cars is growing at an increasingly rapid pace. Nearly every aspect of the vehicle uses smart electronics and embedded software to make our transportation experience safer, more energy-efficient and enjoyable. Premium vehicles can have several million lines of embedded software code running on hundreds of electronic control units. Within the car, these sub systems are connected with one another by in-vehicle networks. They also connect externally to the cloud, other vehicles and smart city infrastructure. As the trend towards automated driving and connectivity accelerates, the ability to deliver these innovations depends more than ever on advanced electronics and software development. Mastering the enormous functional complexity while satisfying safety, security and cost constraints requires powerful methods and tools at every stage in the development cycle.
The Automotive sessions at DAC provide insight into designing automotive grade electronics systems and software that adhere to industry standards and requirements.
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