Friday, September 23, 2016

Join us at the SAE 2016 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress!

SAE 2016 COMVEC is the conference of choice for the sharing of technical knowledge and networking for the global on-road and off-road commercial vehicle industry. In today's dynamic commercial vehicle industry, all industry professionals must constantly prepare themselves to identify and solve the challenges of tomorrow.

This year’s event will focus on a theme of “Connectivity”. Our world is more connected than ever before and that trend will continue to grow in the coming years. Increased and enhanced connectivity is a megatrend impacting all ground vehicles, including on-highway trucks and busses as well as off-highway equipment, ground defense vehicles and the rail community.

Don't miss the symposium on Autonomous Commercial Vehicles, Promises and Challenges. Mark Rosekind, Ph.D., National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Administrator will offer a keynote address during this symposium to be followed by subject matter experts from industry, academia and government who will delve further into the topic of evolution from today’s advanced driver assistance systems to higher levels of automation.

At the ETAS booth, you will see a demonstration of Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of ADAS ECUs. The way to autonomous driving is closely connected to the capability of verifying and validating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) based testing methods offer the great advantage of validating components and systems in an early stage of the development cycle, and they are already established in the industry ... eliminating some of the learning curve.

We look forward to seeing you in Rosemont!   
Stop by table number 10 to chat with our product experts Rose Ryan, Joe Romeo, Sean Wyatt, and Lars Wolleschensky from the ETAS' subsidiary ESCRYPT.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Visit ETAS and ESCRYPT at SAE Convergence

ETAS and ESCRYPT will be exhibiting at SAE Convergence, September 19 - 21, 2016 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan. This year features a compelling line-up of keynotes, executive panel discussions, and technical sessions focusing on the most relevant issues surrounding electronics technology.

Are you involved with big data? So are we!  At Convergence,  ETAS will be featuring a FETK high-speed ECU interface and the ES89x ECU and Bus interface modules.  They can handle immense amounts of data and will definitely satisfy your "need for speed".

ESCRYPT - Embedded Security will have a demonstration of their products, solutions and services for all phases of the embedded system's life cycle, starting with key injection during ECU production to the operation phase with security maintenance via software updates over the air.

Be sure to stop by our booth #206 on the exhibit floor.

Free Admission on Tuesday, September 20, after 3 pm:
Are you unable to attend the entire event, but are interested in just visiting the exhibits? Admission to the exhibits is free on September 20, after 3 pm. Just register at the door, no code needed.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Come see us at The Battery Show/Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo

ETAS is excited to once again exhibit at The Battery Show, taking place September 13 - 15 at The Suburban Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

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The efficiency, reliability and safety of modern Li-ion batteries depend strongly on the battery management system (BMS) as its electronic control unit. At this year's Battery Show, ETAS will showcase a high-precision Battery Cell Simulator (BCS) offering complete function tests of the BMS, including active and passive cell balancing, current measurement, coulomb counting, electrical failure simulations and much more.

A high fidelity battery model from ETAS ensures realistic behavior of the cell simulator allowing for accurate testing of BMS control strategies. The ETAS BCS can also be configured to your specific needs and use cases. Take charge of your development with ETAS, and visit us at booth 1329 to learn more!

Admission is free. To register or for more information, go to