ASTC To Showcase GTM solutions At Bosch Tech Day 2017

Oct 6, 2017

ASTC will be presenting and exhibiting at the Bosch GTM Tech Day 2017. ASTC will discuss tools and methods for the rapid development of GTM-based automotive applications. On it’s booth, ASTC will demonstrate virtualization-based GTM development solutions that allow automotive engineers to rapidly explore, prototype, and deliver advanced applications that can fully exploit GTM-based solutions.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA—October 6, 2017.  ASTC will be presenting a comprehensive approach to developing complex engine control software.  The software components, tools and techniques being shown at the Bosch Tech Day 2017 enable engineers to rapidly bring to market new engine control solutions based on underlying hardware modules using GTM silicon. Multiple use cases will be demonstrated, spanning from eTPU porting to GTM, through to advanced applications of GTM such as hosting a software implementation of CAN-FD.


WHAT: Engine control software products, solutions and services for automotive embedded systems and hardware developers. See demonstrations of how virtual platforms can accelerate your ability to leverage devices based on the Bosch GTM IP, featuring VLAB Works VLAB™ tools.

WHEN: October 10-11, 2017. 

WHERE: The Marriott Detroit Livonia Hotel, Livonia, MI, USA.

About ASTC / VLAB Works

ASTC and VLAB Works serve global markets and supply chains for automotive, transportation, mobile, and multimedia electronics and embedded software. ASTC (Australian Semiconductor Technology Company) is a privately held semiconductor design, software and services company delivering design, integration, and other services. VLAB Works is a business subsidiary of ASTC, delivering innovative electronic system simulation and virtual prototyping tools and software for embedded system and software developers. VLAB Works and ASTC are headquartered in Adelaide, Australia, with over 100 staff, and offices in Australia, Europe, Japan, and North America. For more information, see and