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).
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Last week, SYSGO joined the AUTOMATED VEHICLE SECURITY & SAFETY TECHNOLOGY FORUM in Shenzhen (China). This event was organised by Automotive World China with a focus on autonomous driving safety. In addition to the SYSGO team, we also hosted our local partner EPT team on our booth. It was interesting when listening to the different speakers to see almost…Details
In the latest issue of Global Railway Review, Dr. Sergey Tverdyshev (Director of Research & Technology at SYSGO) talks about security certifications of railway systems considering the MILS concept. He is the technical leader of the certMILS project – certMILS aims to protect critical infrastructure against cyber-attacks by compositional security certification to deliver a certified Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) platform. But how can this be applied to railway systems?Details
Our colleagues are currently on the road in China. One of the stops is a visit to our partner EPT. EPT (Shanghai E-Planet Technologies Co., Ltd. // http://www.eptcom.com) is a high-tech engineering company focusing on embedded software solutions for the virtual cockpit of automobiles. EPT was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Shanghai with…Details
The partnership promises increased performance and advanced security for automotive storage systems Tuxera, the world-leading storage software and networking technology company, has announced its partnership with SYSGO, a European leader in embedded RTOS and hypervisor technology. The alliance comes as a response to the growing global demand for increasingly advanced embedded file system storage in…Details
Erstmalig unter neuer Firmierung (GmbH) präsentierte sich das gut gelaunte SYSGO-Team auf der VHK Karrierebörse in Langen. Rund 300 Studierende aus dem MINT-Bereich von ganz unterschiedlichen Hochschulen von Gießen bis Aschaffenburg besuchten die ganztägige Veranstaltung in der Langener Stadthalle. Wir konnten viele gute Gespräche führen und gute Kontakte zu Studierenden und Berufseinsteigern knüpfen. Caspar Gries,…Details
In good tradition, SYSGO and Vector Informatik once again organized a joint webinar some days ago. The topic this time was “How to Develop a Mixed-critical AUTOSAR Adaptive ECU with Safety and Security by Design”. The theme stems from a joint venture between SYSGO and Vector aimed at creating a consistent and uniform AUTOSAR Adaptive…Details