The transition from writing code to building models: the future of software development

Peter Els
Posted: 07/05/2017

The modern car is often referred to as a computer on wheels. And this is not far off the mark, with complex ADAS and hybridized powertrains requiring millions of lines of software code to keep them on the road.To put this into context: A million lines of code, if printed, would be about 18,000 pages of text: That’s the equivalent of fourteen

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Peter Els
Posted: 07/05/2017

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