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Next-gen software framework for connected and autonomous cars

Next-gen software framework for connected and autonomous cars
Wind River has announced enhancements to the Wind River Chassis portfolio of safe and secure automotive software. The latest updates to the Chassis portfolio include the integration with Wind River Titanium Cloud virtualisation software that delivers high reliability and ultra low latency to support the rigorous requirements of the world’s most demanding computing and communications networks.
10th January 2019

Automotive OTA technology advanced with differential system

Automotive OTA technology advanced with differential system
IoT software provider for safety-critical domains, Wind River, has announced enhancements to Wind River Edge Sync, including differential system technology that enables the smallest differential update when conducting over-the-air (OTA) updates. The ability to keep updates minimal reduces distribution time and cost, update transmission time, and memory required on automotive electronic control units (ECUs).
8th November 2018

Duo collaborate to advance autonomous driving applications

Duo collaborate to advance autonomous driving applications
  Wind River has announced that it has provided its VxWorks real time operating system to power the latest versions of MotionWise, TTTech Auto’s safety-software platform for autonomous driving applications.
25th October 2018


Innovating automotive software to do more with less

Innovating automotive software to do more with less
The motto to live by is work smarter, not harder. OEMs will increasingly need to do more with less. In any businesses model, but particularly in the auto industry, there is a constant focus on materials cost to preserve margins all while their products become more technologically sophisticated. Guest blog written by Marques McCammon.
19th October 2018

Ensuring car makers have the ability to scale and evolve

Ensuring car makers have the ability to scale and evolve
Auto makers are under pressure to deliver more innovation at a faster pace than ever before, all the while maintaining high levels of safety. Typically, the introduction of new technologies means added complexity and greater cost. So, how can OEMs address evolving market needs and stay on time and budget?  Guest blog written by Marques McCammon.
8th October 2018

Collaboration to develop safety platform for autonomous vehicles

Collaboration to develop safety platform for autonomous vehicles
Wind River has announced collaboration plans with Hyundai Autron to develop a software framework for safe, automated and autonomous driving leveraging intellectual property from Wind River’s automotive software portfolio and the HYUNDAI AUTRON ODIN product offering. Wind River software can help teams rapidly develop, build and deploy highly safe, secure and reliable vehicle systems for connected and autonomous cars.
29th August 2018

Connected vehicle solutions achieve CMMI Level 3 rating

Connected vehicle solutions achieve CMMI Level 3 rating
Wind River has announced that the CMMI Institute has appraised its Connective Vehicle Solutions and Professional Services at a Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3, underscoring its dedication to continuous improvement and producing quality solutions and services that make a difference. Guest blog written by Amit Ronen, Wind River.
18th June 2018

Delivering the promise of the software-defined car

Delivering the promise of the software-defined car
As we continue towards a more connected and autonomous future, designing a car is increasingly about creating quality experiences; and software is at the centre of enabling that reality. Driven by intelligent software, these experiences must make going from point A to point B safe, secure, efficient, entertaining and convenient, and ultimately, autonomously. The current acceleration of new technologies is leading to unprecedented changes for the automotive industry. Guest blog written by Marques McCammon.
30th May 2018

AUTOSAR-Compliant over-the-air update solution for automotive industry

AUTOSAR-Compliant over-the-air update solution for automotive industry
As software is playing an increasingly important role for automobiles, it is important that we monitor the connectivity and security issues that come with it. It is estimated that approximately 50% of a vehicle’s value will be derived from its software’s capabilities and the richer experiences resulting from them. Guess blog written by Marques McCammon.
26th April 2018

Wind River and Parkeon to make the “Smart City” a reality

Wind River and Parkeon to make the “Smart City” a reality
The last 40 years has seen Parkeon become a global leader in urban mobility technology. It has continuously built on its core expertise in parking payment solutions with the multi-space parking meters, mobile phone payment, ticket vending machines, fare collection devices, and fare validation. Now the French company has an installed base of some 200,000 meters in 3,500 cities and 55 countries.
11th April 2018

Compiling with Wind River Diab

Compiling with Wind River Diab
When choosing a complier for automotive applications, it can be difficult ensuring you chose the correct one, and if you chose the wrong one this can lead to a lot of pain and frustration. It could also lead to your product not working or not being able to meet appropriate safety certifications. Sounds dire? It doesn’t have to be that way. Guest blog written by Kumar Senthil and Liviu Caraman from the Connected Vehicle team at Wind River.
23rd March 2018

The promise that connected vehicles hold for the future

Connected and intelligent vehicles hold great promise, but the increasing complexities of developing, integrating, and managing numerous software systems are limiting innovation and profitability for auto manufacturers.
22nd March 2018

The importance of driving education and technology

The importance of driving education and technology
Driving education is important, however the ultimate safety resolution will be the day when technology begins to save us… from ourselves. Guest blog by Marques McCammon, General Manager, Connected Vehicle Solutions at Wind River and Alex Epstein, Senior Director of Digital Strategy at the National Safety Council.
17th October 2017

When will machines exceed human performance?

When will machines exceed human performance?
The Future of Humanity Institute recently published the results of its survey of over 350 industry and academic Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts from around the globe in an effort to answer this question. They also tackled a more vexing one: When will machines exceed human performance for all tasks? According to those experts we have decades. Guest blogger Mychal McCabe explains.
11th July 2017

Toshiba selects Wind River Simics to accelerate automotive SoC development

Toshiba selects Wind River Simics to accelerate automotive SoC development
Becoming increasingly connected and autonomous is the car – something that will only grow more in 2017, therefore the importance of software will play a bigger role than ever. Guest blog by Ross Dickson.
22nd February 2017

Multiple networking technologies converge in autonomous car demonstration at Mobile World Congress

Multiple networking technologies converge in autonomous car demonstration at Mobile World Congress
Mobile World Congress is beginning more and more to look similar to the Detroit Auto Show, apart from the obvious elements of the weather, the food, the drinks, the scenery, the architecture and the culture. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
21st February 2017

2016 was out of this world

2016 was out of this world
It is safe to say last year, (2016) was an incredible year for space exploration and discovery. Here we will take a look at two particular significant NASA missions. Guest blog by Linda Pirrotta.
3rd January 2017

The connected car of the future

What is the CONNECTED CAR of the future? What can it do?
30th August 2016

Automotive networks can benefit from security layers

Automotive networks can benefit from security layers
Last year, at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek reported their security research on a Jeep Cherokee. They were able to remotely break into the system and take control of steering, brakes and other safety critical systems on the vehicle, as well as systems not normally considered safety critical such as the infotainment unit. By Tim Radzykewycz.
15th August 2016

From Mars to Earth, Wind River to thwart vehicle hacking

From Mars to Earth, Wind River to thwart vehicle hacking
  Imagine you’re driving a two-ton SUV that’s travelling 70mph on the highway when suddenly, beyond your control, the air-conditioner fan starts blasting, the radio blares, windshield wipers whoosh back-and-forth and then the engine shuts down just as you approach a steep incline.
11th August 2016


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