Fool-proof Electric Vehicle Software Design while meeting Industry Standards
Electric Vehicle design contains safety critical applications which bares many challenges around verification and validation of models and code. Engineers, project managers, and quality assurance managers are involved in the process of matching safety objectives of the standard like ISO26262 with operational constraints at the development process level.
In this one-hour webinar, presented by MathWorks and ICAT ASPIRE, we will explore how control engineers can front load testing of control algorithms in vehicle electrification domains. We will also discuss workflows on test automation from linking requirements to automation of tests to code assessment.
We will introduce the embedded software development framework for the electric vehicle control application using the tools which guarantee a robust and efficient workflow. You will learn more about how Model-Based Design supports streamlining your development process, especially verification and validation tasks for the model and code.
- Find bugs early in your vehicle controller design using Ad-Hoc testing
- Demonstrate all vehicle system and controller software requirements are implemented and verified.
- Show compliance with Automotive Functional Safety standard ISO26262 and industry guidelines, MISRA-C, Cert-C
- Use Design Error Checks to detect design errors even before generating the code
- Validate all functional requirements & measure the completeness of testing on the controller design
- Verify Code to performs as intended with automated back-to-back/equivalence testing i.e., MIL vs SIL/PIL.
About the Presenters
Nukul Sehgal, Application Engineer, MathWorks
Nukul is an application engineer at MathWorks India. He regularly interacts with customers to provide them solution in system engineering, code generation, verification, and validation tools for their production process. He has over 8 years of experience in the embedded systems and automotive industry. Before joining MathWorks, Nukul has worked as a lead engineer in R&D at Interface Microsystems, Gurugram. He has worked on ECU design, software development, and functional testing. He is hands-on on industry standards like ASPICE and ISO 26262. Nukul holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering.
Vamshi Kumbham, Senior Application Engineer, MathWorks
Vamshi Kumbham is a senior application engineer at MathWorks India specializing in Code Generation, Verification and Validation and Certification. He works closely with customers across domains to help them use MATLAB and Simulink in their workflows. He has over 10 years of industry experience in design and development of software applications in Automotive domain. He has been a part of complete lifecycle of projects pertaining to Automotive. Vamshi worked for Bosch as Senior software engineer for more than 4 years and worked for Hyundai Motor India Engineering as Assistant Manager for more than ~3 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication from Sri Venkateshwara Engineering College, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad.
Recorded: 14 Sep 2021
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