Elektrobit adds OTA capability to development platform

Elektrobit adds OTA capability to development platform

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

The new generation of Elektrobit’s EB corbos Starter Kit offers automotive manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers software for the development of electronic vehicle control units (ECUs) based on the Adaptive Autosar standard, as well as a component for the distribution of over-the-air software updates (OTA). From version 2.9, the Starter Kit integrates the industry-wide established Adaptive Autosar solution EB corbos into the OTA update tool EB cadian Sync UCM Master.

Car manufacturers are focusing on building a common software platform – the automotive operating system – for their vehicles. Connectivity plays a decisive role in this. The new EB corbos Starter Kit ensures that software in an automotive OS can be easily provided, extended and maintained. With the addition of the EB cadian Sync UCM Master (UCM stands for “Update and Configuration Management”), it now offers a standardised and secure way to install, update and uninstall software in architectures based on the Autosar Adaptive Platform. The EB corbos Starter Kit and the EB cadian Sync UCM Master immediately work together seamlessly without any additional integration effort.

“With the EB corbos Starter Kit and the EB cadian Sync UCM Master, we are bringing together two key components for the automotive operating system. This makes it easier for automotive manufacturers to develop their software-defined vehicles,” said Michael Robertson, Vice President, Head of Products and Strategy at Elektrobit. “As automotive software experts, we partner with our customers to develop products and services that give them an edge in a hugely competitive market.”

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