Cooperations

dSPACE's activities on international forums and standardization bodies, and cooperations with companies

Cooperating Partners

With its cooperating partners, dSPACE offers a complete product portfolio for developing software for electronic control units and mechatronic controls.

TargetLink Partner Program

The TargetLink® Partner Program provides an overview on complementary products that supplement TargetLink’s functionality and thus support customers establishing a model-based development process and tool chain with TargetLink.

AUTOSAR Development Partnership

An industry partnership, founded to jointly develop and commercially release a standardized electrical/electronic (e/e) architecture concept.

ADASIS
In the ADASIS Forum, representatives of the automotive industry are working on the further development of the ADASIS v2 standard for access to predictive road data. The aim is to simplify the development and use of predictive map-based driver assistance systems.
ASAM e.V. – Outline of dSPACE Activities

The Association for Standardisation of Automation- and Measuring Systems provides standards for data models, interfaces, and syntax specifications for a variety of applications (e.g., testing, evaluation, simulation).

CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium

The CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium is dedicated to increasing road traffic safety and efficiency by means of cooperative intelligent transport systems with vehicle-to-vehicle communication supported by vehicle-to-infrastructure communication.

FlexRay

FlexRay has established itself as a de-facto standard for in-vehicle, time-triggered communication systems.

JasPar

JasPar is an industry partnership with the objective to promote automotive software technology and to cut development costs by encouraging Japanese companies to collaboratively develop non-competitive technologies (such as automotive LAN enabling technology, middleware and software platforms).

OPEN Alliance

OPEN Alliance is designed to encourage wide scale adoption of Ethernet-based, single pair unshielded cable networks as the standard in automotive applications.