Symtavision and Renesas collaborate on joint timing analysis methodology
Closely collaborating with Renesas Electronics, Symtavision, the global leader in timing analysis solutions for planning, optimizing and verifying embedded real-time systems, has developed an integrated, model- and trace-based methodology for the Renesas RH850 family of multicore MCUs as well as other Renesas target MCU architectures.
Central to the Symtavision/Renesas integrated methodology for multicore ECUs are Symtavision’s SymTA/S tool suite for model-based timing analysis, optimization and synthesis, combined with Symtavision’s powerful TraceAnalyzer solution for visualizing and analyzing timing from measurements and simulations. Both SymTA/S and TraceAnalyzer are used extensively in the automotive industry for developing efficient, safe and reliable ECUs, networks and distributed systems.
Commenting on the collaboration with Symtavision, Stephan Reitemeyer, Head of Unit Automotive Control Systems at Renesas Electronics (Europe) GmbH said: “We are extremely pleased to be collaborating closely with Symtavision on the development of the RH850 workflow as the company continues to lead the way for timing design in the transition to the multicore era. Establishing a systematic model-based planning and trace-based validation methodology for specific target architectures is crucial to counteract the new timing- and integration-related pitfalls involved in the development of efficient, safe and reliable multicore automotive electronic systems.”