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Economically Driven Embedded Controls Development Tool Choices Supported by ASAM Standards
Published October 20, 2008 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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Event: Convergence 2008
Recent economic conditions have pushed both automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier1 suppliers to reevaluate the way that they are spending not only their money, but also their precious engineering resources. This reevaluation has caused a focus on core engineering activities and a push to reuse capital equipment, such as development tools. This reevaluation has also caused users of embedded controls development tools to actively seek out commercially available development tool solutions when such solutions are available and even to push commercial tool vendors to develop solutions when they don't yet exist.
CitationFoster, T., "Economically Driven Embedded Controls Development Tool Choices Supported by ASAM Standards," SAE Technical Paper 2008-21-0020, 2008.
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