Andersen was hired by an automotive software company collaborating with one of Europe’s major car manufacturers. While working on a vehicle control unit, the company realized that it needed a dependable tech partner capable of assisting it with the development and integration of modern and compliant software for the customer. Andersen's team was chosen for this role.
Andersen was entrusted with engineering and integrating software for a vehicle control unit, requested by a major tech company in the automotive segment.
Tools and programming languages:
C, Python, Autosar, Vector DaVinci Developer and Configurator, Elektrobit Tresos, Vector CANoe, VectorCAST, Trace32 Lauterbach
Embedded Communication standards:
CAN FD, FlexRay, Ethernet, SOME/IP, XCP, SPI
Enterprise Architect, Git, Jenkins, DOORS
The market of vehicle control units (VCU) is expanding. There are projections that this niche will hit $10.01 billion by 2023, compared to $4.29 billion back in 2021. Operating in this growing niche, the customer was determined to make the most of this qualitative and quantitative progress and offer a state-of-the-art vehicle control unit.
As a technology vendor, we acted in the following capacities:
The resulting VCU is fully capable of working as a domain controller in electric or hybrid vehicles. As such, it:
While working on this automotive IT initiative, our team resolved a range of tasks for the customer, including:
Andersen's team proved to be the right choice for the customer, as we have done the following:
All the input requirements assigned to our software team have been properly traced, designed, implemented, and tested in full conformity with the automotive ASPICE V-model.
What happens next?
An expert contacts you after having analyzed your requirements;
If needed, we sign an NDA to ensure the highest privacy level;
We submit a comprehensive project proposal with estimates, timelines, CVs, etc.
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