Automation of embedded SW integration

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Supervisor:
Oláh István
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

The Bosch Group has various types of products in the automotive industry, hence the company produces many electronic components as well. The importance of vehicle energy management has significantly grown in the last couple of decades, resulting in a continuously developing field, where battery monitoring has significant role. The EBS (Electronic Battery Sensor) is designed to monitor the state of the battery. The aim of this device is to provide information about the battery, which can be used at energy management functionalities such as the management of the car’s electric consumers, the energy regeneration brake, or the so-called Start-Stop system, which automatically shuts down the engine when the vehicle stops and restarts it when needed.

Integrating the different software modules implemented by the developers into a system is a central task of the software development process. During the software integration, many operations shall be performed, hence the capacity of the software developers are lowered. Recently, many efforts were made to make some parts of the integration process automated. The aim of this thesis is to create an integrated system out of these partial results, which can automatically integrate the software and make automated tests.

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