Simulating systems, from the smallest to the most complex, allows you to adopt new development techniques that are simply not possible with physical hardware. By moving from physical hardware to a virtual lab, embedded software teams can revolutionize crucial aspects of their processes, enabling them to deliver better software faster.
- Shortens development time
- Enables DevOps
- Improves Cybersecurity
Simulation for Embedded Systems
March 27, 13:30–14:30 CET
Learn how to shorten time from concept to impact by using modern simulation techniques, such as behavioural simulation and virtual processing time, which embrace a more agile approach to embedded software design.
DevOps and Digital Twins
April 3, 13:30–14:30 CET
In this web seminar we’ll discuss why—and demonstrate how—an automated workflow can be applied to embedded system projects. Learn the benefits of taking a systematic approach to testing and the lessons we learned applying this workflow internally.
April 24, 13:30–14:30 CET
Learn how a virtual prototype improves embedded software security. We’ll demonstrate simulation techniques that enable developers, testers, and QA to create fast and fail-safe experiments without special hardware.