Software-defined vehicles on the highway

From conventional to software-defined vehicles

Increasing complexity, growing software content, shorter development cycles – it takes a new breed of central architectures to rise to these challenges. They have to be versatile enough to flexibly accommodate emerging connected functions – particularly as updates according to SOP.

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ITK Ingenieur und smartes Software-defined vehicle.

Driven by current megatrends, the importance, scope and complexity of software in vehicles is increasing massively. ITK Engineering offers its customers a comprehensive, centralized technology platform for the software-defined vehicle to reduce the complexity of software development and system integration.

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Digital functions are becoming more and more important in all industries and in a software-defined world. Consequently software will massively shape the customer experience and even the specification of underlying hardware. New solutions are needed to achieve efficiency and the necessary quality. A possible answer to this can be the use of a programming language such as Rust.

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Delivering premium software that rises to the demands of increasing complexity, critical safety standards, very agile projects, and fast release cycles takes some doing. We do it with our TÜV-certified CI/CD toolchain, developing safety-critical software for all sectors with the agile touch.

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Cyber Security: UNECE R155 & ISO/SAE 21434

The UNECE regulation 155 demands that cyber security has to be considered for all newly registered vehicles. To achieve this, a cyber security engineering process has to be applied for software-defined vehicles and their components. While UNECE R155 affects OEMs directly, the OEMs typically require ISO/SAE 21434 compliance from their suppliers.

Call on us as a partner to ensure compliance with regulations as well as OEM requirements and to assist in developing secure products – aligned with common standards such as ISO/SAE 21434.

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AUTOSAR: Together towards the future

As a premium partner in the AUTOSAR consortium, we work with other AUTOSAR partners to advance the standard with safety [FT-SAF] and Adaptive AUTOSAR reference implementation [WP-AP-CCT] in mind.

A shift in the mobility industry Enabler of your B2C business

With digital services and business models becoming such powerful differentiators in the competitive arena, software is fast becoming a make-or-break asset for tomorrow’s mobility. Benefit from our deep insight into methods and many years’ experience developing exceptional software solutions. Let us accompany you on your path to a software-defined vehicle. As a premium partner in the AUTOSAR consortium, we deliver the latest developments directly to your doorstep. Join forces with us to make the most of these advances, and we will join you in solving even the most complex challenges. And rest assured that at the end of the project, we will hand over all IP rights and the source code to you.

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From classic software integration to co-integration

The classic manual approach to software integration and validation is simply not up to the unprecedented challenges posed by increasing connectivity and automation. This why the transformation of software integration towards co-integration platforms is in full swing.

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Mobility – Software-Defined Vehicle

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