TAPAS EINSTEIN 1 is an innovative Advanced Driver Assistant System (ADAS) that can provide active safety which helps prevent accidents by warning the driver and even intervenes if needed. This system alerts the driver to potentially critical driving situations in real time with the aid of a visual warning signal, an audio warning signal, and a haptic warning signal. Should the driver fail to take corrective measure, as an advanced feature, the system can then provide active braking to mitigate or actively prevent impending safety critical situation.
SIGRA electric vehicle power control unit manages the complete powertrain. The control unit features a powerful microcontroller designed for automotive safety applications to provide high performance. This control unit utilizes MATLAB/Simulink based software development process to speed up the algorithm development by using automatic code and document generation. The flexible hardware design allows for easy customisation of functionalities as per customer specifications.
TAPAS automotive ECU development platform from SIGRA provides a complete hardware and software solution for automotive embedded system design that comes with its own real-time software framework with I/Os and communication channels.
TAPAS features a powerful microcontroller designed for automotive safety applications to provide high performance. This development platform is specifically designed to accelerate automotive embedded system design process and reduce the time to market. TAPAS utilizes MATLAB/Simulink based software development process to speed up the algorithm development with TAPAS framework specific toolboxes with interfaces to all the I/Os.
TAPAS BOOT is a bootloader solution provided by SIGRA to support booting multiple automotive grade processors.
SIGRA also provides TAPAS Desktop, a Windows application which communicate with the installed TAPAS BOOT, and allow the user to flash up to three different independent executables at the same time, and gives the user the authority to choose one executable to be the active one, and another to be the safe mode one in case the active one failed.