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Empowering Tomorrow's Automotive Software

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The automotive industry is experiencing change at a tremendous rate. The software-defined vehicle is leading the future of mobility - the car is rapidly becoming an electronic device on wheels. Empowering Tomorrow's Automotive Software will look at how electrification, automation and connectivity are impacting the industry, from changing the development process and software architecture to how data is generated and processed. 


The podcast is brought to you by the experts at ETAS, leaders in automotive software.


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Produced by ETAS Inc.; Eric Cesa, eric.cesa@etas.com 

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In this episode, Collin Mundell from ETAS is joined by Noah Gedrimas, VP of Strategy at GPR to talk about ground penetrating radar technology and its mobility applications, specifically passenger and commercial vehicles. Already used in mining and seaport applications, this technology can penetrate meters through the ground and create a signature for surveying and mapping. Noah and Collin talk about how the technology works in conjunction with GPR’s solution, Wave Sense, as well as overall be...
This impressive group of experts from ETAS (Ansgar Lindwedel), Bosch (Marcel Kurzmann), ZF (Sarah Moser) and formerly with Microsoft (Sarah Novotny) come together to talk about how to deal with open-source software – consuming and contributing. They look at different perspectives – European and U.S. suppliers, non-automotive companies, and individuals – in how open source evolved and is addressed today, and where it’s headed. The episode is 35 minutes of great information, including the impor...
In this episode, our host, Thomas Irmscher is joined by his ETAS colleague Marcos Cardoso and Steffen Sanwald from Mercedes-Benz. The trio of experts dive into security fuzzing: its purpose, what makes a good fuzzer and how to adjust it to fit your needs, the differences and benefits of source-code fuzzing and protocol fuzzing, and the collective effort needed to make vehicle software as secure as possible. Episode note: Steffen shares his personal opinions/thoughts; they do not reflect those...
The journey to the software-defined vehicle (SDV) has started in earnest, and the trip promises to be an exciting one. This episode, hosted by Tim Messegee from Rambus, with expert guests Adiel Bahrouch from Rambus and Omar Alshabibi from ETAS, looks at many of the software and hardware challenges presented in realizing the vision of the SDV while enhancing system performance, quality and security. Our experts will explore how ecosystem solutions, such as the recently announced collaboration ...
At the heart of the software-defined vehicle is a computer. And a critical prerequisite for this computer is security for it, the software on it and its computing platform. That computing platform is where system-on-chip technology enters the picture, acting as the microprocessor for the vehicle ECU. In this episode, ETAS team members Collin Mundell and Omar Alshabibi talk through elements leading up to and part of system-on-chip technology within software-defined vehicles. Thanks for li...
Moritz Minzlaff, Head of Professional Security Services at ETAS, is joined by Timo van Roermund, Technical Director of Automotive Security at NXP Semiconductors, to discuss the Automotive Cyber Maturity Report 2023. In addition to the benefits of conducting the survey the report is based on, as well as the key areas of interest in the report, Moritz and Timo discuss activities (industry and within companies) around standardization, characteristics of high cyber maturity companies, factors in ...
The software-defined vehicle is and will continue to transform the auto industry. In this episode, our host, Carina Boettcher, leads a discussion with her ETAS colleagues, Moritz Minzlaff and Michael Lueke about one of these transformation topics – software-defined vehicle security. Referencing their recent whitepaper (see link below), the group talks about changes in software development, data flow, the vehicle’s ecosystem, the importance of constant testing, how to apply legacy solutio...
There are significant security challenges - a common language for configuration, connection to the intrusion detection system, standard firewall requirements and more - for today's connected vehicles and the future software-defined vehicle. In this episode, Michael Schneider, ETAS senior security consultant, and Siddharth (Sid) Shukla, ETAS senior product manager, discuss the AUTOSAR Firewall module and how it addresses these, and other, security challenges. It's an interesting and info...
For the software-defined vehicle to become a reality, we need a centralized software layer - middleware - between the operating system and applications. Middleware (e.g., AUTOSAR Adaptive or AUTOSAR Classic) will enable decision making and connectivity for more immersive, personalized features and capabilities. In this episode, Eric Cesa is joined by Nigel Tracey, vice president of RTA solutions at ETAS, to talk about middleware and its implication on the software-defined vehicle ...
In this episode, you'll hear three ETAS experts talk about the various frameworks and regulations in place and being developed for vehicle cybersecurity. Marc-Oliver Schandera from ETAS Germany, Joseph Kamel from ETAS France and Chris Lupini from ETAS North America discuss why frameworks and regulations are needed and how they can help OEMs and suppliers. With an uptick in cybersecurity attacks, standardizing how things are done and analyzed is becoming even more important. Listen...
We're excited to have another industry leader, John Wall, Sr. VP and Head of BlackBerry QNX, join Eric to talk about the software-defined vehicle. Eric and John touch on a lot of current topics, including challenges that need to be addressed to make the software-defined vehicle a reality, realistic timing in terms of when we will see true software-defined vehicles, the industry's mindset on change, open-source software, and what role QNX is playing in the software-defined vehicle space. They ...
We're honored to have Francis Chow from Red Hat, a leader in open-source solutions, join Eric for a conversation about the software-defined vehicle (SDV) and the role open-source software will play. They touch on what the SDV is/means, how open-source software can help bring the automotive industry "up to speed" with other industries (e.g., cell phones), how E/E architecture needs to change to support SDV and more!Thanks for listening! Email us at: contact.us@etas.com Learn more about ...
In this episode, Eric Cesa sits down with Boris Scholl, Chief Architect, Partner - Cloud&AI at Microsoft. Eric and Boris have an interesting conversation about the changing automotive industry and how stakeholders can learn from other industries, specifically software, to drive this change and meet consumers expectations. Topics include increasing the release velocity of certain functionalities, open-source software, Microsoft's role and a lot more. Thanks for listening! Emai...
In this episode, Eric Cesa is joined by ETAS colleagues, Tim Weber and Jason Simon to talk about the impact the software-defined vehicle will have on OEMs in the automotive industry, and what OEMs will (and should) expect from other industry players to help bring software-defined vehicles to the market. It's a big change for the auto industry - basing vehicles on software rather than hardware - and this conversation brings to light what we can expect during the transition.Thanks for listening...
In our first, full-length episode, Eric Cesa is joined by Christoph Hartung, President and Chairman of the Board of Management for ETAS GmbH. Eric and Christoph take listeners through an overview of the software-defined vehicle - what it is, how it will impact the industry and challenges associated with such a significant change. It's an interesting discussion for those familiar with and new to the software-defined vehicle. We hope you enjoy it!Thanks for listening! Email us at: contac...
In our inaugural episode of Empowering Tomorrow's Automotive Software podcast, our host, Eric Cesa, General Manager of ETAS, provides background on himself, the company and what to expect from future episodes of the podcast. This podcast will feature ETAS experts and industry colleagues sharing their expertise and thoughts on the ever-evolving world of automotive software and the software-defined vehicle. We hope you'll come back to hear future episodes!Thanks for listening! Email us at: con...
Women in Cybersecurity

Women in Cybersecurity

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2019, women made up 48% of the workforce, but only 27% of those in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers. In honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we asked two women to tell their stories. In this episode, Carina Boettcher and Amrita Bhanja discuss how they entered the cybersecurity industry, their individual experiences and advice to anyone considering a cybersecurity or STEM-related career.Thanks for listening! Email us at:...
Fuzzing is a powerful testing technique to check software and system robustness for cybersecurity vulnerabilities. It is used to test how a target system reacts to randomly generated invalid or unexpected inputs and helps discover weak points and implementation errors that a hacker could exploit.Joe Cusumano and John McShane discuss the ins and outs of fuzz testing - what exactly it is, mediums to use, why it's important/brings value to vehicle development, how it differs from other testing m...
Though it has been around for a number of years, automotive ethernet is becoming more prevalent as vehicles have increasingly complex features and ADAS systems that require more bandwidth for data transfer.ETAS experts, Ramona Jung, Technical Expert for Automotive Network Security, and Jan Holle, Lead IDS Product Manager, discuss the need for automotive ethernet, how it impacts E/E architectures and why securing ethernet in the vehicle is a critical consideration - one that needs to be done e...
In this episode, we take a comprehensive look at secure boot, the process to ensure your ECU software isn't manipulated. In this discussion, ETAS team members, Carina Boettcher, Sr. Solution Sales Expert, and Rob Lambert, Principal Security Consultant discuss what secure boot is, the various terms used to describe it, how to implement it, who needs to be involved and when, and what it means in different situations. Thanks for listening! Email us at: contact.us@etas.com Learn more about ...
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