AutoDevKit™: A New Development Approach for Automotive Applications
Discover the next frontier of rapid prototyping for autobot and cobot development
The transportation market is undergoing tremendous changes due to vehicle electrification and digitalization of transport and other services.
Together with traditional vehicles, collaborative robots, or "cobots", are influencing the automotive market towards development of new, specialized autonomous vehicles (autobots) to perform functions like delivery of goods, safety & security patrols, rescue services, traffic monitoring, and much more. To sustain the fast pace of innovation in these areas, it is crucial that engineers adopt prototyping methods and technologies that exploit re-use opportunities, simplify and industrialize design processes, and reduce time-to-market—this is the goal of the AutoDevKit™ development initiative. STMicroelectronics' AutoDevKit is a one-of-a-kind rapid prototyping tool that enables evaluation and development with automotive-grade products fitting stringent requirements for automotive and transportation, as well as high safety and reliability industrial and robotics applications.
With AutoDevKit, ST combines a rich portfolio of automotive-grade products with advanced Eclipse-based software development tools to deliver a flexible and easy-to-use platform for engineers developing solutions for the transportation market. In this on-demand webinar you will gain an understandnig of what AutoDevKit is, and how to build a prototype for your application in just a few simple steps.
You will learn:
- How the transportation market is evolving and what you need to prepare for the coming changes
- Ways that AutoDevKit enables quick evaluation and rapid prototyping
- About components and solutions offered by AutoDevKit
- How to benefit from the free, comprehensive development software ecosystem
|Max Vizzini is Senior Application Manager for the Automotive & Discretes Group at STMicroelectronics, a position he has held since 2017, and the founder and coordinator of the AutoDevKit initiative at ST. He began his career as software engineer in 1999 supporting wired switching telephone cells, later taking on marketing responsibilities for accounting software in Europe and the US. Max joined ST in 2002 as technical marketing engineer for consumer products, and continued as a field application engineering manager in Japan, Taiwan, China, Singapore and South-East Asia for power and industrial applications. A native of Italy, Max acquired a masters in Computer Science from the University of Pisa and the University of Limerick in Ireland.|