Design Automation Conference Tutorial: Model-based Design & Simulation Tools for Heterogeneous Automotive HW/SW Systems

KÖLN, Germany, June 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

Location: Design Automation Conference, Moscone Center, San Francisco, Calif.
Date/time: Monday, June 25, 10:30 am – noon, room 3016
Corporate presenters: Silexica GmbH, Robert Bosch, Gmbh, INCHRON GmbH

Summary:
The future mobility will be electrified, automated and connected. As a result, automotive systems are undergoing a radical shift in the way they are organized and designed on the software and hardware level, leading to a threefold heterogeneity. In this complex setup, design and simulation tools based on abstract models efficiently enable discussion and assessment across all development stages to achieve excellent HW/SW solutions. The tutorial is centered around AMALTHEA, the open source de-facto standard for performance modeling of automotive systems.
More info on the tutorial

Meetings:
To meet with Maximilian Odehdahl, Silexica CEO, please contact scain@caincom.com

About Silexica
Silexica provides software development solutions that enable technology companies to take intelligent products such as autonomous cars from concept to deployment. The SLX programming tools help developers implement software to run efficiently on embedded supercomputers by offering deep understanding of how software behaves on the system.

Silexica was founded in 2014 and has headquarters in Germany and offices in the US and Japan. Silexica has partnered with global customers across many rapidly transforming industries including automotive, wireless and aerospace. For further information please visit: www.silexica.com

For further information, contact:

Gareth Beazant                                                                      
PR Manager                                                                           
beazant@silexica.com                                                           
P: +49 221 986 5619                                                              
M: +49 170 620 7620

Susan Cain
scain@caincom.com
Cain Communications
+1 408-393-4794