Find out about virtual execution environments on the PC or in the cloud to help you set up your DevOps environment.
Improve your software quality with our software analysis and testing tools.
Be one of the first to see VIO System, the new I/O test hardware for early development stages.
Don’t miss the new demo vehicle, with a full toolchain from E/E architecture design to smooth integration of applications.
Test early and fail fast - not only on the level of unit tests, but on system level as well. Utilize virtual execution environments on the PC or in the cloud to set up your DevOps environment. Vector provides ready-to-run solutions for software-in-the-loop testing. Build your test platform based on open and partly free tooling without vendor lock-in. Depending on your use case, choose the appropriate building blocks from Vector and 3rd-party to test interactively or automated in virtual environments.
Join us at our booth for a discussion with our experts on the possibilities of your system level test.
Depending on the software under test, different virtualization approaches from Vector are available. For AUTOSAR-compliant software, vVIRTUALtarget is the software for virtualizing individual software components and fully configured ECUs. You can use vVIRTUALtarget to create virtual Systems Under Test (SUTs) for both AUTOSAR Classic and AUTOSAR Adaptive. For software that is not based on AUTOSAR, the SIL Adapter Builder is suitable for accessing the SUT on a pure software level in virtual execution environments on the computer, in virtual machines or in the cloud. For cases where the software under test needs to run in an emulator or directly on the target hardware, appropriate adapters are available to connect the SUT to the Vector test solution. Visit us at our booth and talk to us about all the possibilities for customized environments.
CANoe4SW Server Edition is the tool for system level testing in CI/CT pipelines. It enables to set up a virtual execution environment. You can run simulations and execute tests early with fast feedback loops, either in server environments or in the cloud. Lean command line tools allow cross-platform compilation as well, e.g., for test execution in Linux Docker containers. For a simple test execution without environment simulation, the tests can be compiled and run fully free-of-charge using the freeware Vector Test Unit Runner.
At our booth, we will show you how CANoe4SW can be used to complement the execution of headless tests with interactive debugging and analysis functions.
vTESTstudio provides various test design capabilities, including graphical test design notations, as well as various programming languages. Specific test design features as the classification tree method support efficient handling of parameters and software variants. Traceability is ensured by the built-in connection to numerous test management systems. An abstract test design empowers the reuse of tests in virtual execution environments and on the target. We offer you a free-of-charge extension for VS Code for a test design without any additional costs. If you want to learn more, talk to our experts directly on our booth.
Our SIL Kit is a free, open-source library that allows customers to connect different software-in-the-loop environments from Vector and other companies. You can use it to connect test tools, virtual devices, software programs, simulators, emulators, and models (such as FMUs). We will demonstrate all of the options that are available to you right on our booth.
The more complex software becomes, the more important it is to monitor its quality to identify weaknesses and take countermeasures in good time. Our tools are able to analyze and test embedded software, with and without safety requirements. Visit us at our booth and talk to our experts about the possibilities of static and dynamic analysis, code coverage measurement and software quality analysis.
The fastest and easiest way to analyze software and improve quality. PC-lint Plus, one of the most popular static analysis tools, has been part of the Vector portfolio since the beginning of last year. At the booth, we will present the latest features of version 2.0, such as the creation of metrics and user-defined analysis criteria.
The earlier software is functionally checked, the sooner errors are found, and the correction is correspondingly cheaper. VectorCAST/C++ and VectorCAST/Ada allow the execution of a functional unit test for execution on the host, simulator, emulator, or the embedded microcontroller. With automated mock creation, variant management, and code coverage measurement, VectorCAST integrates seamlessly into any CI pipeline. At our booth we will show you the new features of version 2023, such as the display of the code coverage on the original source code (e.g., header files) or the test case editor at source code level, which allows you to write VectorCAST test cases in your IDE.
Evidence of code coverage from dynamic test cases is one of the most important metrics for verifying test completeness. Even without a safety requirement, code coverage can help in finding test cases or can be used to evaluate the quality of existing test cases. In addition, the measured code coverage can also be used for so-called change-based testing in order to greatly reduce test cycle times. With VectorCAST/QA, the source code can be instrumented to get this metric from any test environment, e.g., for manual or automated system tests on almost any microcontroller. At the booth we will show you, among other things, how you can obtain code coverage for CANoe test cases on an RH850 microcontroller and use it for change-based testing.
Software projects generate a lot of data from many different tools. These range from requirements management, code analysis and bug tracking systems to dynamic test tools. Manually deriving and evaluation of the product (source code), project and process from all the results is very complex and time-consuming. Squore makes this work easier by automatically aggregating all data and relating them to each other. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) determined from evaluation criteria can be used, among other things, to ensure compliance with standards. Furthermore, the simple and automatable creation of reports enables good, uniform documentation of the entire software project. Visit us at our booth and we will also show you how to use these indicators as quality gates in a CI pipeline.
At our booth, we will show you first-hand how easy and effective our test solutions can be. To this end, our team has built a 3-channel ECG machine, not to offer as a product, but to demonstrate software-in-the-loop and hardware-in-the-loop testing at all stages of your device development. Visit our stand to see how you can ensure the development of your products at all levels, from unit testing to system level testing on a real medical device.
The VT System, the scalable and modular HIL test environment, is getting a new addition. With the new VIO System, Vector is launching a compact, high-performance I/O hardware that enables embedded systems to be tested directly at the workstation in early development phases. As a result, systems can be tested faster and errors can be found and eliminated more quickly. Interested?
Stay tuned for more information and visit us at our booth in hall 4.
Large-scale vehicle SW platforms, called Vehicle OS, are the hottest topic today to build the foundation for a Software-Defined Vehicle. These vehicles can be easily extended with new software features and offer a consumer-oriented digital experience. An open ecosystem allows third-party content creators to develop a wide variety of applications for the vehicle. At our booth you will find out how to easily set up such a platform, integrate it and connect the building blocks such as AUTOSAR, Android, Hypervisor or Linux. Plus, we will show you how to create consistent update campaigns for all ECUs and how to ensure maximum reuse of applications and platform components across vehicle lines. Also, we will talk about Safety and Security topics.
For Vehicle OS, the focus is mostly on embedded software. However, the success of a project depends mostly on an easy-to-use development and test infrastructure. Especially for very large projects, Continuous Integration, Continuous Build and Continuous Testing approaches are essential. Check out our new demo vehicle with a full-featured toolchain ranging from E/E architecture design to a CI/CD Software Factory to automatically build, test and deploy new applications to the vehicle - locally and from the cloud. We also show how to easily integrate non-AUTOSAR applications such as ROS2.
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