Software solutions for current development trends
Berner & Mattner at VDI-Wissensforum
The presentation focuses on the standardization achievements of the company in the field of advanced use of TPEG traffic information for navigation aids and test systems for camera-based lane keeping systems based on the AUTOSAR-compliant test platform MESSINA. On the current topic functional safety, Dr. Christopher Robinson-Mallett, Senior Consultant at Berner & Mattner, will give the lecture "Configuration qualification of an integration HiL providing evidence of a driver assistance function in the context of ISO 26262". It discusses methods for assessing the relevance of HiL test results with regard to safety-critical developments. This lecture will be given on October 13th at 11:45 am.
Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH
Berner and Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH is specialized in custom-made solutions for the specification, development and testing of complex electronic systems. Its competence spectrum ranges from consulting, conception, software and systems development to the setup and operation of entire test and integration systems.
On the basis of its products and services, Berner & Mattner provides customized software and engineering solutions for the automotive, aerospace, industrial automation, transportation, and defence industries. By means of its integrated model-based approach, Berner and Mattner optimizes its customers' efficiency and quality in software and systems development. This is why well- known companies such as Audi, BMW, Daimler, Deutsche Bahn, EADS Germany and Siemens have been placing their trust in Berner and Mattner for many years. The company with headquarters in Munich was founded in 1979, currently employs 320 people at 7 sites in Germany and Austria and is a member of the international Assystem Group.
Further information on Berner & Mattner: www.berner-mattner.com.
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