PDH

Preferred Design House-Partnership for Infineon Aurix

With effect from March 01, 2014, Infineon and AVL started the Preferred Design House partnership for the Infineon Aurix Microcontroller. For Classic or Premium Support, please use the following e-mail address or contact us via telephone: PDH@avl.com

Classic Support (free of charge):

The offer contains the First Level customer support for the Infineon Aurix Family. AVL Software and Functions provides you with the specification of the technical interface as well as with the design.
This service includes assistance in the areas software, electronic hardware and functional safety. Therefore, we supply you a 24h-support on business days.

Premium-Service (consultancy model):

Software Driver Development
AVL supports you with the development of all drivers for the Aurix Family. This embraces both complex device drivers and customized tailored drivers for special uses and applications. Additionally, we provide further software optimizations for an improved utilization of resources (e.g. RAM, ROM and mileages).

Basic Software MCAL Configuration and Integration
This service covers the integration of MCAL-ISAR drivers as well as the configuration tailored on your electronic hardware solution and optimized for your needs.

Support for the Development of the Electronic Hardware Circuit Diagram
We assist you with your concepts regarding both the power supply of the design of input and output circuit and the watchdog surveillance concept for the Aurix Microcontroller Family. Also in terms of problems in the areas overvoltage, voltage drop, ESD and EMC, we pleased to advise you.

Electronic Hardware EMC Analysis
If you have problems in relation to the design of circuit diagram and of filter concerning EMV requirements, we can resort to a broad wealth of experience in our team.

ISO 26262-conform Hardware Development
For Aurix microcontroller applications we offer you suitable integration solutions within the safety standards ASIL A-D. Our services comprise the development of a functional and technical safety concept following the guidelines for a SEooC (Safety Element out of Context) according to ISO 26262. Furthermore, we develop concepts for a complex safety architecture to support fail-operational and fail-safe conditions.