Digital twin platforms enable industries to dramatically reduce costs and deliver products faster. Software-defined vehicles are one such automotive industry application that benefit from digital twins. By transitioning from a physical testing environment to an electronics digital twin based on virtual ECUs, which are available months before silicon and accessible from anywhere and at any time, OEMs are reducing their development and validation effort, resulting in higher productivity.
This 30-minute Webinar explores the electronics digital twin concept using next-generation virtual ECU technologies on Amazon Web Services (AWS) including the technologies and key considerations to deploy, scale, and expedite automotive software-driven vehicle validation. An audience Q&A session will follow the technical presentation.
Stefano Marzani, Worldwide Tech Leader for Software-Defined Vehicles, Amazon Web Services
Stefano Marzani serves as the Worldwide Tech Leader for Software Defined Vehicles at Amazon Web Services (AWS), where he focuses on solving the most significant challenges facing the auto industry. As a key contributor in the development of cloud-to-vehicle “environmental parity” architectures, Stefano has played a significant role in shaping the auto industry's move towards software-defined vehicles. This transition enables more efficient development of autonomous functionalities, mobility fleet solutions, and delightful user experiences. Stefano has more than 20 years of expertise in IoT, cloud and vehicle architectures, HMI, and software development and tooling. Before AWS, Stefano built world-class, innovative teams and startups including co-founding the European leading company focused on interaction engineering, RE:Lab. Stefano is a governing body member of the SOAFEE SIG.
Marc Serughetti, Senior Director of Product Management, Synopsys
Marc Serughetti is Senior Director in the Systems Design Group at Synopsys, where he drives the application engineering, product marketing, and business development team for virtual prototyping products and solutions. He has more than 20 years’ experience in prototyping and embedded software development technologies from previously leading product marketing teams at Integrated Systems, Wind River, and CoWare, where he led new product development and market introduction of safety-critical and secure operating systems and virtual prototyping tools for software development. Marc’s experience spans simulation technologies, compilers, IDE, debugging and analysis tools, embedded runtime software (operating systems, middleware, and applications), and vertical-market deployment including automotive, industrial, aerospace/defense, consumer, and networking.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group