Lauterbach Offers Automotive Software Debugging Workshops

22nd July 2013
ES Admin
Engineers working in the development of software for automotive applications will have the opportunity to learn about the latest tools and techniques at Lauterbach's September Automotive Forum.
Software debug tool company Lauterbach has announced that it will be holding an Automotive Forum at its head office in Munich. This free, one-day event is open to all English speaking developers and interested parties. The day will include a number of interesting topics presented by a Lauterbach specialist or a guest speaker.

Much of the content will be based around the development and validation of Autosar compliant code and the development of code for specific devices such as the BOSCH GTM, the AURIX and Freescale's Nexus based Qorivva solutions. Some of the presentations will also touch on the debugging of code on multicore systems. Delegates will also have the opportunity to discuss their specific challenges and requirements.

For anyone working in the development of code for the automotive sector, this should prove a very useful day, said Barry Lock, UK Manager of Lauterbach. There will be a lot of expertise at this event, and the presenters will be discussing the very latest developments in chip technology, software solutions and debug tools.

German based Lauterbach is recognised for both engineering excellence and exceptional technical support. The quality and capability of Lauterbach tools enable engineers to develop robust code whilst minimising development time lost to debugging. They have become a favourite with many hi-tech engineers, supporting more than 3500 microprocessors and all known ARM Cores; covering products from over 75 silicon companies.

“Developing reliable software for safety critical automotive applications can be very challenging,” said Barry Lock. “We have recently developed several important new techniques, such as ‘long-term trace’. It is this kind of innovation that is enabling faster and more effective code development. I think engineers will greatly benefit from this Forum.”

For more information and to register please visit here.

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