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See for yourself – here is a selection of papers and articles, case studies, user stories, and project references.
We hope you enjoy reading!
*Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach 1830-1916
"New Scenarios for Autonomous Driving Systems"
Autonomous driving is leading to new challenges in the validation process. In order to achieve higher levels of autonomy, it is necessary to consider highly critical driving scenarios. A method presented by ITK Engineering enables driving scenarios that were previously disregarded to be considered by the application of optimization algorithms.
"Smart Assistance Systems for Terrain and Object Recognition"
Electronic assistance systems for road vehicles can rely on level and organized surroundings, while mobile machinery often operate in uneven and rough terrain. In response, ITK Engineering has developed a smart, camera-based assistance system with technology and algorithms that can be integrated into the next generation of mobile machines.
"Approach security with more pragmatism"
The automotive sector uses IT security specialists with many years of experience from other sectors. Sebastian Labitzke, responsible for security at ITK Engineering, explains in an interview with ATZelektronik how technology companies align these competences with automotive safety and security, and develop new processes and solutions.
Methods of Modern Software Engineering - Prospects for Rail Transport
Software has bekome the central means for realising challenging tasks in railway transport. In order to meet the increasing demands, new approaches for efficient software development have emerged in industrial and academic software engineering in recent decades.
AUTOSAR for Agricultural Electronics
The agricultural machinery market demands ever more powerful customer functionalities like those of Precision Farming. The high diversity of products with low production volumes results in a high proportion of software development costs in systems. To date, AUTOSAR has not been ready for the agricultural machinery market because the network standard ISOBUS was not supported. To bridge this gap, ITK Engineering has developed a solution which expands AUTOSAR with ISOBUS.
Trusted Execution Environments in Vehicles
Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) can be applied to harden electronic control unit software against attackers. ITK Engineering compares existing TEE approaches and highlights their differences. TEE approaches isolate security-relevant from non-security-relevant software and, thus, reduce the surface for attacks on security-relevant software components.
ITK Engineering’s Dr Houssem Abdellatif explains the increasing importance of implementing software in motorsport
ISO 26262 - Consequences on automated test bays
Ensuring the functional safety of mechatronic systems is a sensitive issue in the development of automobiles, medical equipment and aircraft. Especially in the automotive sector the standard ISO 26262 applies and considerably affects the development and validation of the system depending on its risk potential. But which points of contact can arise in the validation of safety-critical systems? The answer gives ITK.
Formula E: Driving smart software to victory
New race tracks, short development cycles, and a limited supply of energy add to the excitement
Intelligent energy management contributes again to the Le Mans success
22 percent less fuel was realized within a very short amount of time in the Audi R18 e-tron quattro racing car
Projects & User Stories
ITK Engineering Develops IEC 62304 – Compliant Controller for Dental Drill Motor with Model-Based Design
The Challenge: Develop and implement field-oriented controller software for sensorless brushless DC motors for use in dental drills
Full Automation of a Highly Dynamic Steering Test Bench for Realistic Testing with NI VeriStand, LabVIEW and PXI
The requirements for testing steering systems have increased enormously. Along with mechanical tests, highly dynamic tests of electrical steering systems on test benches are now common and are increasingly being performed under realistic conditions.