Our Secure Automotive Connectivity Platform (SACoP) is out on the market for some time on which embedded developers in the automotive industry can build secure applications with protected data streams. Since there is a huge interest in this system, Chris Berg, Solutions Architect at SYSGO, gave a brief introduction at the Embedded World.Details
At the embedded world 2020 we presented the latest version 5.0 of our real-time operating system PikeOS. New key features include expanded certification against all current safety and security standards, improved tools to accelerate development and improve user friendliness, and optimized support for multi-core systems. In addition, the number of partitions supported by the integrated…Details
Following the motto “I have Five” we have presented the latest version 5.0 of our real-time operating system PikeOS. PikeOS 5 is addressing the Highest levels in Safety & Security Deterministic real-time performance Efficient use of multi-core architectures Faster time-to-market User-centric DIE Joint solutions (demonstrators) at the SYSGO boothFor the embedded world trade show three demonstrator…Details
The CTIC is a “small” but high-level event. It is an initiative to create exchanges between all types of companies involved in airborne projects facing certification challenges and provide expert solutions. We are pretty sure that the organizer will do everything possible to realize a successful event. We appreciate this because we would like to…Details
Under the motto “I have Five”, SYSGO is presenting the new version 5.0 of its real-time operating system PikeOS at the embedded world 2020, which takes place from 25 to 27 February in Nuremberg. The company will also be presenting the new Secure Automotive Connectivity Platform (SACoP) and the SAFe-VX system for Safety-critical rail solutions,…Details
A few weeks passed since ESE Congress in Sindelfingen took place. So, it’s time for a retrospect on an interesting part of the congress, which was the 2019 workshop about multiple independent level of security (MILS). Security experts from different companies gave interesting lectures about their scope on MILS: Lively and deep discussions on the…Details
Few days have passed since the biggest consumer electronics show in the world CES ended and yet discussions are proliferating instead of declining. But first things first: This year’s exhibitors delivered an impressive yet iterative set of display items like Bosch’s digital sun visor that chases sunbeams to prevent to be dazzled with light or…Details
A high level of technical support has always been part of SYSGO’s DNA and a key contributor to the success of our customers’ projects. We accompany our customers right from the beginning before development starts and extend our support over the entire lifecycle of our customers’ embedded solutions.Details
Single-Core processors and controllers have been the de-facto standard for aviation software since the early beginnings when computers were utilized in flight systems. This is primarily due to their simple design and determinism of execution. At first glance, it seems comprehensible that a flight computer that takes control over a critical safety system should be dedicated to that task only. Certification authorities, such as the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), have substantiated that point of view by not allowing to certify flight systems that support more than one active processor core (RTCA/DO-254, Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware, published by RTCA Incorporated. The European denomination is EUROCAE ED-80).
Interested in technical stuff regarding the implementation of the demands of CAST-32A? Check out https://www.sysgo.com/services/knowledge-center/cast-32a-positioning-paper!