Qualité Totale @ Renault Powertrain:
CI-based MBD Workbench for Efficient Engine Software
Integration of large model-based projects requires that the integrated models respect the same set of rules in order to maintain interoperability. With design rules being continuously improved, the existing models must be permanently supervised in order to achieve full quality. This presentation introduces how Renault engine management systems is planning to deal with this topic. After a short introduction to the Renault development process, a solution that combines tools used in continuous integration and the MES tool suite will be presented.
Etienne Beaumont (Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance)
Etienne Beaumont was born in 1985 in Paris, France. He graduated in 2009 with an engineering degree in embedded systems. From 2009 to 2013, he worked at Valeo Engine Management Systems in software integration and toolchain development. Following this, he held the position of Team Leader at Assystem France, working on AUTOSAR tooling and AUTOSAR software component development. Mr. Beaumont has been working for Renault SA since 2017, where he is responsible for model-based software development rules definition and verification in the engine management control department.