RTaW-Pegase enables you to secure and optimize your design choices throughout the development of your E/E architecture, resulting in a cost-effective and future-proof E/E architecture with guaranteed timing behavior and communication reliability. With custom import/export filters, its Java API and its plugin infrastructure, Pegase will fit into and enhance your design flow.

Key Benefits

Discover PEGASE’s modules

RTaW-Pegase is organized in technology-specific modules so that you can select the modules to adapt the software to your project’s needs.

  • Worst-case analysis & simulation
  • Analysis and simulation : gateway CAN – CAN
  • Simulation : Gateway CAN-Ethernet (Autosar Socket Adapter)
  • Configuration : allocation of IDs & offsets
  • Traffic model : diagnostics, segmentation, event-triggered, …
  • What-if analysis : migration to CAN FD & CAN 2.0B, scale load
  • Worst-case analysis & simulation
  • Gatewaying to/from CAN (FD)
  • Autosar support
  • Simulation trace visualization
  • Worst-case analysis & simulation of static and dynamic segment
  • Gatewaying to/from CAN (FD)
  • Simulation trace visualization with Gantt charts
  • Modelling, Visualization and Variants Management
  • Simulation: 802.1Q, CBS, TAS, Preemption, TCP, UDP, TFTP, AFDX, TTEthernet, CB, SOME/IP (TP), T1S (PLCA), AS-2020, ATS (Qcr), Qci, Qch (upon request)
  • Worst-case analysis: 802.1Q, CBS, TAS, Preemption, UDP, AFDX, TTEthernet, CB, SOME/IP (TP), T1S (PLCA), AS-2020, ATS (Qcr), Qci, Qch (upon request)
  • Configuration: (redundant) routing, 802.1Q (priorities),  CBS (idle slopes), TAS (schedule), T1S (schedule), ATS, Preemption, combining QoS mechanisms
  • What-if analysis: scale load, migration from CAN (FD) to T1S
  • Fault-injection: transmission errors, low-priority flooding
  • Zero-Config TSN® (ZCT): Automated selection and configuration of TSN protocols
  • Topology-Stress-Test® (TST): Cost-aware extensibility analysis
  • Topology Optimizer® (TOP): Cost and weight-optimization of the communication architecture
  • RTOS support such as Autosar
  • Task scheduling: FPS, NPFPS, event-triggered, schedule tables
  • mono and multi-core processors
  • Service-Oriented-Architecture with e.g. SOME/IP
  • Virtual switch
  • End-to-end delays: sensors to actuators
  • Simulation & schedulability analysis
  • Simulation & Analysis
  • Frame & PDU routing
  • Protocol agnostic
  • 802.11p support
  • Gatewaying to/from wired networks
  • Controller-Area Network
  • Switched Ethernet
  • Support of industry standard formats
  • TSN protocols
  • Tool assisted design of communication architectures
  • More information on this page

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