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Safety out of the box on automotive software projects

To give embedded software developers in the automotive sector a kick-start for their safety relates projects, ARCCORE is now introducing a new safety solution.
23rd October 2017

AUTOSAR starter kit for NXP’s Arm Cortex

AUTOSAR starter kit for NXP’s Arm Cortex
ARCCORE is broadening access to the rapidly evolving automotive market with the introduction of a new starter kit for NXP’s widely adopted S32K family of Arm Cortex-based MCUs. Automotive OEMs increasingly mandate the use of the open and industry-leading AUTOSAR standard in their ECUs where it simplifies development through software reuse and improved code quality and reliability.
18th October 2017

Evaluation safety solution developed on DRIVE PX Platform

Evaluation safety solution developed on DRIVE PX Platform
  ARCCORE is building safety critical software on the NVIDIA DRIVE PX platform to power complex automotive systems. ARCCORE’s software platform will be based on the renowned automotive standard AUTOSAR and will be used as a high performance evaluation system for autonomous driving.
9th June 2017


ARCCORE joins Automotive Grade Linux and The Linux Foundation

ARCCORE has joined AGL (Automotive Grade Linux), a collaborative open source project developing a Linux-based, open platform for the connected car at The Linux Foundation. ARCCORE is now listed as a Bronze Member at AGL and as a Silver Member within The Linux Foundation.
4th May 2017

ARCCORE joins AUTOSAR as Premium Member

ARCCORE has been accepted as a Premium Member of the automotive platform consortium, AUTOSAR. Participating at a high level of membership, ARCCORE will now be able to act at the forefront of automotive software technology and will work in the AUTOSAR organisation to progress the standard forward.
28th September 2016

Proto board enables testing of active safety systems

Proto board enables testing of active safety systems
ARCCORE has introduced Arctic Fusion, a prototype board suitable for ADAS development. The board was developed in co-operation with a major OEM. The main purpose of Arctic Fusion and the joint project is to test new technologies and concepts needed for future active safety systems.
13th June 2016

Self-driving cars take to the streets of Gothenburg

Self-driving cars take to the streets of Gothenburg
ARCCORE has announced that it has been invited to participate in the pre-development of embedded software platform technology for highly autonomous driving and next-gen active safety features. ARCCORE aims to support the realisation of the large-scale highly autonomous driving pilot project “Drive Me”. Drive Me is the world’s biggest pilot project, whereby self-driving cars will be deployed on public roads in the Gothenburg area.
20th October 2015

Automotive development suite offers improved RTE & supports J1939Tp

Automotive development suite offers improved RTE & supports J1939Tp
ArcCore has just released its Development Suite 9.0.0, including upgraded versions of the embedded development tool chain Arctic Studio and Arctic Core, the leading basic software embedded platform for automotive. The latest release comes with optimised RTE performance, further improved MISRA-Checks, support for the J1939Tp communication protocol for heavy vehicles and support for Renesas’ RH850 family.
29th July 2015

Tool chain features support for PowerPC architectures

Tool chain features support for PowerPC architectures
Supporting application developers, integrators and platform developers, ArcCore has released Arctic Studio for AUTOSAR 4.x. The updated Arctic Studio embedded development tool chain has been released alongside an updated version of Arctic Core - an open source basic software embedded platform for automotive designers.
22nd January 2014

ArcCore AB Launches New AUTOSAR products

ArcCore launches its new series of products compliant with the industry-standard AUTOSAR’s latest version 4.x. Included is a completely new version of the embedded development tool chain Arctic Studio – now with a new innovative role-based licensing model supporting Application developers and Integrators and Platform Developers. The new tool chain incorporates all the benefits from the renowned Arctic Studio for AUTOSAR v3.1 and adds all the major enhancements in the AUTOSAR v4.x standard.
16th October 2013


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