Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center
One Washington Blvd
Detroit, MI 48226
To meet the growing need to ensure new systems deliver good user experiences, Spirent is working with a range of customers to verify infotainment, ADAS, connected car and other new features work safely and effectively to exceed OEM brand promise.
At SAE, Spirent will launch in the US new solutions to improve the development of new features. These include:
- The AING-5000, a flexible noise impairment generator specifically for Automotive BroadR-Reach ECU developers to avoid the frequent need for physical EMC chamber testing, saving development cost and resource availability (EMC chamber).
- Spirent’s Embedded IoT Connectivity and Subscription Management Cloud, which enables universal connectivity on your vehicles to unlock the vast revenue potential of connected automobiles.
Spirent will also present two papers at the “AE202 – Cybersecurity for Cyber-Physical Vehicle Systems” technical session:
- Telematics Cyber Security Assessment - Security Validation of “Connected Vehicles”
- Satellite Navigation System Cyber Security – The Essentials explained
Spirent is already working with auto industry marques, including Aston Martin, Renault and many more to help bring new features to market faster. Find out more on booth #814, or at the following links: