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Wind River Diab Compiler Accelerates Development for Vehicle Systems

Wind River today announced that Continental, a leading automotive industry supplier, is using Wind River Diab Compiler for its drive and vehicle control systems, including braking, engine control and energy management. Wind River Diab Compiler allows Continental to centralize development data across 48 of its sites around the world, resulting in cost savings of more than 30 percent. Wind River Diab Compiler helps customers meet the requirements of ISO 26262, a new functional safety standard for road vehicles set to take effect in 2011.
6th April 2011

Wind River Platform for Infotainment 3.0

The worldwide automotive market faces structural, financial, and process challenges that have never before occurred in this industry, threatening the very survival of many companies once viewed as industry stalwarts. Open source software represents a game-changing opportunity for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to meet these challenges head-on and revolutionize their software development processes at the same time. Combining open source software with select software components and products from leading automotive and consumer electronics partners, Wind River solutions can deliver a verified platform, help you tailor it, and stand behind it for your entire in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) device life cycle.
6th April 2011

Launch of TraceAnalyzer 1.2 delivers 10x speed improvement

Symtavision has launched TraceAnalyzer 1.2 which delivers a ten-fold speed improvement in terms of visualizing and analyzing timing trace and log data for ECUs, controllers, processors, buses and networks, while also reducing memory requirements ten-fold.
5th April 2011

MOST150 Includes Coaxial Cable

MOST150 Includes Coaxial Cable
The MOST Cooperation - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - has released the MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub-Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable.
5th April 2011

dSPACE SystemDesk 3.0: Performance Boost for AUTOSAR Projects

With a major performance boost in Version 3.0 of SystemDesk, the architecture software, dSPACE has optimized its AUTOSAR modeling and simulation environment for use in production projects.
15th March 2011

Launch of SymTA/S 2.4 further strengthens system-level timing design and verification

Symtavision has launched SymTA/S 2.4, a major new version of its highly successful tools suite for system-level timing design and timing verification. SymTA/S 2.4 incorporates a wealth of new and improved features targeted at the automotive electronics, aerospace, automation and transportation markets including enhanced support for multi-core processors and AUTOSAR.
15th March 2011

dSPACE SCALEXIO: New Technology for HIL Simulation

dSPACE presents SCALEXIO, its new system of hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators. dSPACE leads the market in this segment and is a major driving force behind this technology. The SCALEXIO technology introduces completely new hardware and software architectures that fulfill all users' changed requirements for HIL projects.
9th March 2011

Premium German Automaker Implements Dassault Systèmes’ V6 PLM Solutions as New Platform for Embedded Systems Architecture, Integration and Design

Dassault Systèmes announced today that BMW has selected its V6 PLM solutions to develop the future electrical, electronics, and embedded software (E/E) architecture of BMW cars.
8th March 2011

Green Hills Software Announces INTEGRITY Support for Power Architecture VLE

Green Hills Software Announces INTEGRITY Support for Power Architecture VLE
Green Hills Software, the largest independent vendor of embedded software solutions, today announced that its INTEGRITY real-time operating system has been optimized for the Power Architecture Variable Length Encoded (VLE) Instruction Architecture, available in Freescale Qorivva Power Architecture automotive microcontrollers such as the MPC55xx and MPC56xx families. The VLE optimizations enable the INTEGRITY RTOS to achieve a minimum flash footprint of approximately 50 KB while providing total reliability, safety, and security through memory protection and virtual memory for all application and system processes.
1st March 2011

The LIN Bus in Modern Automotive Headlamp Systems

ON Semiconductor has been supplying mixed signal integrated circuits for automotive lighting systems for over a decade. High-volume products include lamp-failure detection, contact-less sensor interfaces, HID (High Intensity Discharge) ballast drivers and stepper motor drivers. Modern automotive headlamp systems will rely heavily on the use of sensors and actuators in the near future. These remote sensors and actuators are connected to an electronic control unit via a bus network. Various types of bus networks are feasible. This paper will concentrate on the cost and performance advantages when using the LIN (Local Interconnect Network) bus network in a headlamp application. Various solutions will be presented providing insight into the different LIN bus architectures available. The integration of a stepper motor driver with LIN interface is demonstrated as an example. In conclusion, the LIN bus provides superior performance when combined with the appropriate system architecture for cost sensitive applications.
8th February 2011

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