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Title Revolutionary Motorsports
Reference N.R.
PI Bernardo Cunha
Participants Pedro Kulzer, Paulo Martins, Rui Silva, Nelson Bernardino, Filipe Teixeira
Funded by Bosch Engineering, ADI, Universidade de Aveiro
Global funding (€) 521,000€718,980 USD
RU funding (€) 521,000€718,980 USD
Starts 2007/03/01
Ends 2009/09/01

This project aimed at creating highly innovative pieces of software and hardware that largely surpassed some state-of-the-art technology in general, by literally reinventing the manner in how programming automotive ECUs was done. This project made its technological developments and progress directly inside the campus of the University of Aveiro, in the Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática. This allowed us to keep contact with the latest technology advances. This project progressed and finished late 2009 with full success.The final show-down was made at Bosch Motorsport’s facilities in Germany. The most prominent technological feature that emerged from this long but rewarding period of highly innovative work was the Live-Prototyping programming possibility of being able to program a 100% fully running system (including running engine) by modifying or adding anything anywhere in the system without ever disrupting it.