Daniel Popa, NXP
Learn about Modeling, Simulation, and PIL Testing of AUTOSAR SW Components (SW-C) with MathWorks AUTOSAR Blockset on NXP S32K Automotive Microprocessors.
MathWorks and NXP engineers will provide product demonstrations showing how you can use Simulink, AUTOSAR Blockset and Embedded Coder to design, simulate, verify, generate and deploy code on NXP S32K for AUTOSAR application software components.
Shwetha Bhadravathi Patil, Product Marketing Manager, MathWorks, working on AUTOSAR and code generation products. Prior to MathWorks, Shwetha worked as an embedded software engineer for an automotive supplier on AUTOSAR based ECUs. Shwetha graduated from Tufts University with a master’s degree in engineering management and Manipal University with a master’s degree in automotive embedded systems.
Daniel Popa, Technical Lead, Automotive Microcontrollers and Processors Business Line, NXP Daniel Popa graduated from the Politehnica University of Bucharest in Romania with a master’s degree in electrical engineering. He joined NXP in 2008 where he is responsible for Model-Based Design Software solutions for NXP Automotive Products.
Recorded: 16 Jan 2020
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