Mx-Suite now Provides Support for AUTOSAR 4.2.x, Danlaw Announces
Novi, Mich: Danlaw Inc., a leading telematics and embedded solutions provider recently announced that its Mx-Suite Test Automation Platform will now support the AUTOSAR 4.2.x standard as well as continuing to support older 3.2, 4.0, 4.1 versions. Mx-Suite offers a Software-in-the-Loop (SiL) environment that can bind and assess the AUTOSAR application software.
Contemporary automotive application software is persistently growing in both size and convolution. Mx-Suite renders a robust solution that can manage these complications, by providing capabilities like support for MiL (Simulink), SiL (AUTOSAR), and HiL testing phases. This makes Mx-Suite a model for corporate automated lifecycle and testing.
SiL test environments for the AUTOSAR software components can be created in mere seconds, enabled by the automated configuration capability of the Mx-Suite Runtime Environment (RTE) Emulation and AUTOSAR OS. "In depth programming knowledge is not required with Mx-Suite, allowing the test engineer to fully focus on exercising the behavior of the component being tested," says Michael McCormack, Director of Product Development, Danlaw.
Mx-Suite's automated harnessing of AUTOSAR composition software components, simplifies the process of integration testing. Mx-Suite’s set of tools presents a unique level of automation and capability that tests various communication mechanisms between software components viz. Sender-Receiver, Client Server, Mode Switch and RTE Events.
Danlaw has been in the business of providing automotive embedded electronics solutions to OEMs and their tier-1 supply base for 30 years. Danlaw owns facilities in the USA, India and China. Danlaw has over 500 engineering professionals working to provide connected vehicle telematics and automotive embedded solutions. Danlaw's specialty areas include Embedded Systems Development and testing for Embedded Control Units (ECUs), Vehicle Network Communications, Infotainment, and Telematics. Their customers include Automotive OEMs, Automotive Electronics Suppliers, Fleet and Automotive Insurance companies worldwide.
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