This combined switch ECU is designed for the evaluation of multiple communication standards including AVB, TSN and SAE AS6802. It is also the platform for the evaluation of the NXP SJA1105T Ethernet switch chip.
The connectivity of functions in the automobile is increasing with every new generation of vehicles with different bus systems being deployed at the same time. In addition, high requirements regarding robustness as well as the increased capability of electronics within safety-relevant areas of driving dynamics and driver assistant systems are getting more and more important. These long-term trends raise the necessity to meet standards for process conformity, quality assurance, production and development.
Taking the Right Turn With Safe and Modular Solutions for the Automotive Industry
TTTech Automotive brings networking scalability and flexibility to automotive customers. We enable safe communication and networking – up to SIL3/ASIL D – for systems with different safety requirements according to IEC 61508 and ISO 26262. Our product range includes modular hardware and software solutions based on certified safety modules as well as effective system solutions for electric and other niche vehicles. We also develop reliable testing devices for bus systems such as FlexRay, Ethernet, MOST and CAN. Worldwide automotive companies use our solutions in commercial production programs as we are working with leading companies on safety-relevant projects, increasing reliability and efficiency in automotive applications.
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November 07, 2016 - November 7, 2016: TTTech's co-founder and member of the executive board Stefan Poledna will present on "The Fail-Operational Challenge for Autonomous Driving" (2:30 pm) during the exclusive closed-to-public event, the electronica Automotive Conference, held ahead of the electronica trade fair in Munich, Germany.
June 30, 2016 - TTTech Automotive’s technical head Georg Niedrist discusses deterministic architecture and middleware for domain control units and a simplified integration process applied to a ADAS in an elaborate paper.
March 07, 2016 - Under the guidance of AUDI AG, we developed the central platform control unit “zFAS” integrating various ADAS functionalities. Microcontrollers from Infineon safeguard that highest requirements towards computing performance and safety are met.