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Tool Suppliers


ETAS GmbH & Co.KG was founded in June of 1994 as a subsidiary of the Robert Bosch GmbH. From the beginning, the operational aim was to manufacture tools used to develop embedded software functions. ETAS is focusing exclusively on the automotive industry and its suppliers. ETAS not only provides its customers with optimal tools but also develops custom solutions and offers consulting and coaching services as well as training. The goal of ETAS is providing tools for the development of embedded software functions.


The MathWorks is the leading developer and supplier of technical computing software in the world. Employing more than 500 people, The MathWorks was founded in 1984 and is located in Natick, Massachusetts. The company has been profitable every year since its inception and is privately held.


Founded in 1980 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, Integrated Systems, Inc. (ISI) (NASDAQ: INTS) is a leading provider of embedded systems solutions. The company's comprehensive mix of products, tools, and engineering services helps customers develop systems featuring greater functionality, enhanced performance, and improved reliability and ease-of-use-all while reducing the expense typically associated with embedded system development. Through its broad set of embedded software solutions, extensive technology alliance programs, and valuable engineering services, ISI provides the embedded solutions manufacturers require to succeed in today's global economy.


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DaimlerChrysler Services (debis) AG, founded in Berlin in 1990, is the global services company in the DaimlerChrysler Group.
Within debis IT services the business unit Ulm with its automotive electronics department makes standardization efforts in the MSR and ASAM/ASAP working groups.


Forschungsinstitut für Kraftfahrwesen und Fahrzeugmotoren Stuttgart.
Research institute of motor vehicles and automotive engineering.


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