Automotive

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2nd International Workshop on MILS

2nd International Workshop on MILS

By Paul Parkinson Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to attend the 2nd International Workshop on MILS: Architecture and Assurance for Secure Systems in Prague, which was organised by the EURO-MILS consortium​, and was co-hosted with the HiPEAC 2016 conference​​ on computing architecture, programming models, compilers and operating systems for embedded and general-purpose architecture. I was very interested to…
Wind River Platform for Infotainment Achieves GENIVI 7 Compliance

Wind River Platform for Infotainment Achieves GENIVI 7 Compliance

By Franz Walkembach Wind River, one of the founding members of GENIVI Alliance and a Leader in delivering software for intelligent connected systems, has enhanced its In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) offering to support the latest available GENIVI Compliance specification. As IVI systems become more complex in order to keep up with evolving consumer demands, GENIVI compliance is increasingly becoming a critical…
Wind River joins Car Connectivity Consortium

Wind River joins Car Connectivity Consortium

By Franz Walkembach I’m pleased to share that Wind River is now a member of the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), an organization driving innovation for phone-centric car connectivity solutions. The CCC is dedicated to global cross-industry collaboration in developing the MirrorLink standard for smartphone in-vehicle connectivity. Wind River prides itself on offering a variety of solutions used in the connected…

Get There Faster: IoT and ECU Consolidation Drive Auto Innovation

Cars today have more computing capabilities than ever before, using dozens of interconnected electronic control units (ECUs) for enhanced vehicle management, premium entertainment, and remote telematics. ECUs provide outstanding results for consumers, but can negatively impact both space and energy efficiency. In the blog post below, Georg Doll, Vice President, Automotive Solutions, Wind River, explains how virtualization technology is the key to reducing…
The Future of Automotive

The Future of Automotive

By Jeff Gowan Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a networking cocktail party sponsored by Chrysler, Harvest Management Partners, NVIDIA, and Wind River. The event was a gathering of ~70 executives from some of the key Silicon Valley companies in the automotive technology space. The topic of conversation was, “The Future of Automotive.” I have to say it was…
Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems (Infographic)

Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems (Infographic)

By Franz Walkembach A revolution is taking place behind the scenes of car manufacturers’ closed doors. Software is taking center stage in the creation of a differentiated driving experience. It is a sea change from this traditionally hardware dominant world. According to a recent report from ABI Research, it’s expected that shipments of connected automotive infotainment systems will grow from 9…

Wind River Expertise Recognized with GENIVI Award

By Franz Walkembach The Automotive group at Wind River is quite an impressive team…Consider this: hundreds of engineers and decades of successfully completed projects have helped Wind River carefully foster the development in this industry. We not only created trusted connections with customers and partners, but we’ve also stayed ahead of key trends, riding a wave of open source innovation…

Wind River PFI achieves GENIVI 3.0 compliance

By Franz Walkembach It’s new, it’s here, and we have it! The GENIVI Alliance recently released its latest compliance specification GENIVI 3.0, and Wind River Platform for Infotainment was among the first to achieve it. Why should this matter? It’s all about trust, scalability and quality. GENIVI®, Autosar, Car Connectivity Consortium…these are all groups created in order to set up…

The GENIVI Universe

By Franz Walkembach The Star Wars saga was one of those rare movies series that managed to create a newstandard for an entire industry. It can leave you fascinated for the whole following week after you’ve seen it. You don’t even need an expensive video system to enjoy its rich and powerful action. While the automotive industry constantly hopes to wow…

Diab Compiler Adding Support for new Infineon TriCore AURIX Microcontrollers

By Graham Morphew Infineon Technologies recently announced their next generation family of 32-bit TriCore™ microcontrollers for automotive applications.  The new architecture is called AURIX™ (AUtomotive Realtime Integrated neXt generation architecture) and it supports multi-core architectures of up to three independent TriCore CPUs.  The feature set of this new AURIX family is a perfect match for powertrain applications, electric vehicles as well as steering, braking,…