Active Front Steering

Project: January 2018 – June 2019 (18 months)


Active front steering project for an American automobile manufacturer. Support of the software team in Berlin with the following tasks:

  • Safety Check – Rework of Software Architecture, Gap Analysis, Software Requirements, Test Vectors and Review of Unit Test Cases
  • Rootcausing – Incident Analysis, Impact Analysis, Implementation and Documentation of Software Changes
  • Golden Showcase – Exemplary revision of the software component ‚Steering Wheel Heating‘ for takeover in an AutoSAR project
  • Design and implementation of a software for an endurance testbench to record time vs. distance data of a locking unit on USB mass storage (with a sampling rate of 10kHz)
  • Supervision of working students when creating a S-Function wrapper from software architecture

As early as 2012 to 2015, I was involved in the software development of the B-sample and C-sample at this company.


Project Active Front Steering
Duration January 2018 – June 2019 (18 months)
Customer confidential due to nondisclosure agreement
Industry Sector Automotive
Role / Responsibility Software Design, Implementation, Unit Tests, Code Reviews, static Code Analysis, Issue Analysis (System Level)
Software / Tools / Methods Enterprise Architect (Sparx), GHS C-Compiler (Green Hills), Atollic TrueSTUDIO for STM32, PC-lint (MISRA-C 2004 rules), PolySpace (MathWorks), CANdelaStudio (Vector), CANoe (Vector), DET (Ford), DOORS (IBM), JIRA (Atlassian)
Hardware Environment Freescale MPC5643 Dual-Core Microcontroller, Lauterbach Trace32 Debugger, CAN Interface Board (Vector), STM32F746ZI (ARM Cortex-M7), Light Grid Sensor, Laser Distance Sensor

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