During the FISITA 2016 World Automotive Congress in Busan (Korea), ICT Group reached out to the world with its Motar platform. ICT Automotive colleague Johan van Uden was invited as a speaker for one of the technical sessions. He presented the work described in a technical conference paper about the case study of applying Motar in a racecar. Influential specialists and world leaders in the Automotive domain discussed the trend in Automotive development, which is rapidly changing from classic manual programming towards Model Based Development. Complex new features are largely software based, like for example those related to autonomous driving (generally grouped as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, ADAS). Next to intelligent autonomous vehicles, also connectivity and eco-friendliness were the main topics of this conference. Motar actually fits right into this modeling trend and serves as an excellent platform to automatically generate code from AUTOSAR-based models using Simulink. Automotive engineers can focus on the high level IP work, while Motar (fully integrated in the MathWorks tool chain) takes care of the translation into the hardware.
With a history of 60+ years the biennial FISITA World Automotive Congress has become the leading international meeting place for the world’s engineers and executives to share technical knowledge and ideas, with more than 1500 attendants from over 40 countries. For more information about the presentation of ICT Group, please visit motar-platform.com or contact us email@example.com