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Commercial and off-highway vehicles are undergoing major transformation. From hybrids to electrification to autonomy, it’s a new world with a new expectation for engineering products that are safe, clean and efficient.

Embedded electronics are the cornerstone behind these advanced technologies, and these systems need to be developed and tested with functional safety requirements at top of mind.

Join dSPACE on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, for an all-day learning experience designed to give your engineering teams insight and practical tips for developing and testing embedded software.

Key Topics

  • Impacts of Automation on Software Development
  • New Innovations and Features of dSPACE Release 2018-A
  • Developing and Testing Complex HAD Software on Modern HW Platforms
  • Defining Simulation Scenarios (Traffic Scenarios, Road Networks, Traffic Objects, Movements, etc.)
  • Sensor Simulation - Generating Raw Data Streams 
  • Enhancing Autonomous Vehicle Testing Capabilities and Quality Assurance
  • Using PC Cluster-Based Simulation to Validate Autonomous Test Scenarios


NIU Naperville Conference Center
1120 E. Diehl Road
Naperville IL, 60563
(630) 577-9101



  • Environment Sensor Interface (ESI) Unit - high-performance FPGA for feeding raw sensor data to image processing ECUs
  • VEOS - PC-based simulation platform for early validation of ECU software
  • SYNECT - data management software for model-based design and ECU testing
  • RTMaps - development environment for multisensor applications
  • Rapid Control Prototyping Solutions:
    • MicroAutoBox II - real-time system for performing fast function prototyping in fullpass and bypass scenarios.
    • MicroAutoBox Embedded PC - a compact, shock- and vibration-proof system for invehicle use
    • MicroAutoBox Embedded Data Storage Unit (DSU) - compact and robust storage hardware for recording large volumes of data