Danlaw Taps Eontronix as China Reseller for Mx-Suite [Travel & Leisure Close - Up]
(Travel & Leisure Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Danlaw, a provider of automotive electronics and embedded engineering services, is announcing its strategic relationship with Eontronix, a technical service provider to the Chinese auto industry.
According to a release, Chinese automotive OEMs and suppliers will be able to enjoy the benefits of faster, more thorough automated testing of embedded software in automotive ECUs.
"Eontronix is excited about the opportunity to bring such advancement to the Chinese auto industry. Automotive OEMs and suppliers can now produce complete verification results more quickly for their electronics," said Steve Shi, President of Eontronix.
Danlaw noted that the Mx-Suite Embedded Software Test tool is designed to help automotive ECU module suppliers produce their products more efficiently and with higher quality than traditional methods. Using friendly graphical diagrams, software requirements are easily documented with performance criteria and tolerances, therefore simplifying software validation. The tool provides traceability from requirements, through design and test cases. Mx- Suite allows engineers to test development concepts using virtual prototypes, before electronics are available. Mx-Suite is used to validate models (MIL), execute tests on developer-written or auto- coded software (SIL), as well as run tests with bench and hardware in the loop (HIL) equipment. Danlaw provides the tools, training, and professional services to help its clients take advantage of Mx- Suite's value. The Mx-Suite is used extensively across body, powertrain, safety and infotainment.
"Eontronix has the engineering expertise to support Danlaw's Mx- Suite test tool within its extensive customer base," said Dan McClung, VP Operations of Danlaw. "We will also be collaborating on engineering projects in China and supporting global customers utilizing our company's respective strengths."
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