AUTOSAR Software Development to Deployment Made Easy by MathWorks and NXP


Join us to learn about Modeling, Simulation, and PIL Testing of AUTOSAR SW Components (SW-C) with MathWorks AUTOSAR Blockset on NXP S32K Automotive Microprocessors.

MathWorks and NXP engineers will provide product demonstrations showing how you can use Simulink, AUTOSAR Blockset and Embedded Coder to design, simulate, verify, generate and deploy code on NXP S32K for AUTOSAR application software components.


  • Automatic modeling of AUTOSAR Classic and Adaptive application
  • Creating AUTOSAR Software Architecture
  • Simulation of AUTOSAR ECU software using NVRAM Manager and Diagnostics Event Manager services callers and reference implementation blocks
  • Production C and C++ code generation and verification of AUTOSAR Software Components
  • PIL Testing of AUTOSAR SW Components (SW-C)

Please allow approximately 45 minutes to attend the presentation and Q&A session. We will be recording this webinar, so if you can't make it for the live broadcast, register and we will send you a link to watch it on-demand.

About the Presenter

Shwetha Bhadravathi Patil, Product Marketing Manager, MathWorks, working on AUTOSAR and code generation products. Prior to MathWorks, Shwetha worked as an embedded software engineer for an automotive supplier on AUTOSAR based ECUs. Shwetha graduated from Tufts University with a master’s degree in engineering management and Manipal University with a master’s degree in automotive embedded systems.

Daniel Popa, Senior Technical Lead, NXP Automotive Processing Business Line, Daniel is a software engineer with more than 10 years of experience on software and tools development. He is leading the Model-Based Design Software (MBDT) solutions for NXP Automotive Products. Daniel holds a Master’s Degree in Electric Measurement and a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, both from Universitatea Politehnica in Bucharest. 

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