Embedded software development for the automobile industry

We support you with model-based application development using TargetLink® or Embedded Coder®, either proprietary or as an AUTOSAR SW component. Besides developing individual SW components, we will gladly take on the task of developing all your application software. We will follow the Automotive SPICE V-model on request and ensure that the entire process can be traced from requirements to testing.
We have integrated the “Rational DOORS”, “PTC RM”, and “Polarion ALM” requirements management tools into our development process.

Take advantage of our dynamic, flexible, high-quality
software function development services – you can rely on rapidproto.


Construction of prototypes to demonstrate
your software functions in the vehicle

Do you want to experience your software functions in action? We make it possible and help you construct prototype vehicles. We will gladly help you plan and choose the necessary electronics, compile a wiring plan and develop a wiring harness.
Our real-time capable prototyping system relies on MicroAutoBox from dSPACE to calibrate your controller in the vehicle and take measurements.
If required, we also develop specific prototype electronics such as driver stages or converters for actuator control and sensor signal conditioning. Take a look at our product page for an initial impression of the electronics we design.


(HiL) tests

We offer ECU hardware-in-the-loop testing on modern HILs from dSPACE’s SCALEXIO series to protect your hardware and software.
For this, we integrate your plant model or develop our own so that the tests approximate as closely to reality as possible. We automate your requirements-based test cases with the help of AutomationDesk. If desired, we will also develop test cases for you based on your requirements.
Along with requirements-based testing, we will also conduct regression and fault injection tests in consultation with you. These tests are documented in line with your specifications, e.g. in “Rational DOORS”, “PTC RM” or “Polarion ALM”.