Delphi and Luxembourg SnT sign ECU research agreement
Delphi Automotive and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) of the University of Luxembourg have signed a four-year agreement to cooperate on a joint research program involving electronic control systems for automotive applications.
The program, “Cost-Effective Automated Testing of ECU-Software,” initially includes two research projects – model-based testing of Electronic Control Modules software and early verification of performance and timing properties of automotive software systems.
“The goal of this joint program is to speed up development of more reliable ECU software systems for the automotive industry,” said Delphi Powertrain Systems president Steve Kiefer. With the signing of this agreement, Delphi becomes the 15th member to join the SnT Partnership Program.
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