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Vector Expands Commitment to AUTOSAR

Vector, the specialist for software and the development of automotive electronics, is expanding its commitment to AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture).

Vector Expands Commitment to AUTOSAR
Vector extends its commitment to AUTOSAR as Premium Partner Plus (PP+).

As a Premium Partner Plus (PP+), Vector is taking on extended steering tasks within the well-known development partnership. Vector is thus helping to shape the strategic direction of AUTOSAR, to ensure the performance of the standard for future ECU development, such as in the Software-Defined Vehicle (SDV).

To allow development partners to participate even more intensively in standardization activities, AUTOSAR has introduced the Premium Partner Plus (PP+) program. Previously, the partnership levels Premium, Development, Associate, Attendee, and Subscriber offered diverse but less far-reaching participation opportunities in AUTOSAR.

Vector has been a Premium Partner since 2004 and now, as a Premium Partner Plus, will participate in the AUTOSAR standard at a planning level. Premium Partner Plus is aimed at companies with a leading market position and is intended to ensure the innovative capability of the standard. In addition to an already influential role in the technical design, Vector now additionally provides a project manager for strategic committee work.

With a comprehensive product range around the ECU software MICROSAR, Vector has been offering vehicle manufacturers and suppliers an optimal AUTOSAR solution for a long time. Thanks to its global presence, Vector is also able to take international automotive industry requirements into account in standardization activities.

AUTOSAR, as an integral part of current Vehicle OS and Software-Defined Vehicle architectures, aims to become even more prevalent in related industries such as medical, IoT, urban mobility, industrial automation and agriculture in the future.

AUTOSAR stands for AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture. The development partnership of vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and companies from the electronics, semiconductor, and software industry is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. By providing software specifications and interface definitions, AUTOSAR addresses the increasing complexity of E/E architecture. It also defines interchange formats and establishes a common development methodology. Even in the face of changing ECU architectures, AUTOSAR continues to be a specification without a practical alternative for the implementation of automotive requirements in E/E software development.

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