By DE Editors
Symtavision has launched SymTA/S 3.5, a new version of its system-level tool suite for planning, optimizing and verifying embedded real-time systems. SymTA/S 3.5 features a variety of new and improved timing analyses for both embedded networks and ECUs as well as enhanced toolchain integration for improved usability.
Symtavision also announced TraceAnalyzer 3.5, a new version of its solution for visualizing and analyzing timing data from both measurements and simulations, which seamlessly integrates with SymTA/S.
The solution features a new time-triggered Ethernet analysis capability based on the SAE AS6802 standard, enabling different Ethernet scheduling algorithms/rules to be explored for the definition of future networking strategies. This new analysis complements the existing AVB and Standard Ethernet analyses in preparation of the future AVB Gen2 standard, the company says. The CAN analysis has been further improved with the introduction of a Message Buffer extension covering COM-layer communications to facilitate more detailed analysis, including the examination of scheduling anomalies that might occur with specific hardware/software layouts.
For ECU developers, SymTA/S 3.5 features improved AUTOSAR XML round-trip model exchange with interfaces to the automotive industry’s most popular and commonly used tools. It also features new analysis capabilities for data consistency of multicore systems and support for polling activation.
“The launch of SymTA/S 3.5 and TraceAnalyzer 3.5 extends the capabilities of our timing analysis and architecture exploration tools in key areas where we see the biggest interest in the market,” said Marek Jersak, CEO of Symtavision. “We extended our lead in embedded networking with our Ethernet, gateway and CAN extensions, as well as in multi-core ECUs through data-consistency, AUTOSAR XML round-trip and polling activation extensions. These capabilities have been developed in close cooperation with key customers and will further accelerate our growth in automotive and the broader embedded market. “
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.