It’s safe to say… Automotive Security starts here: SYSGO @ IAA 2017

The need for a safe and secure embedded solution is growing. New companies and future-oriented ideas bring a lot of synergy potential. With PikeOS, SYSGO gives these “newcomers” the perfect platform for new solutions. Get in touch with PikeOS® for ISO 26262 Software-Projects From September 14 – 17 SYSGO will be at the “IAA New…

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[Webinar] It’s safe to say…: interdependency needs Safety & Security

Please be invited to join our Webinar „It’s safe to say…: interdependency needs Safety & Security” that will be executed in cooperation with our partner Vector Software. As already announced during our German session in June (recorded version available on YouTube), we will now execute the Webinar in English. In addition to a comparative analysis…

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Lessons learned from the Automobil Elektronik Congress

This week we participated in the 21st Automobil Elektronik Congress in Ludwigsburg. These were very impressive and informative two days with around 30 presentations and keynotes from German Automotive Industry Top-Managers. Getting the newest and latest information directly from the E/E Management and having the possibility to discuss and to network makes the event so…

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[Webinar] Connected Cars: Mit Sicherheit ist das Auto der Zukunft vernetzt!

[UPDATE] The recorded Webinar is available on YouTube   Seien Sie am 13. Juni live dabei, wenn SYSGO zusammen mit der Firma Vector Software nun bereits zum zweiten Mal aktuelle Fragen zu den Themen Sicherheit (Safety und Security) in der Automobilindustrie mit Ihnen diskutieren möchte. Unsere erste Veranstaltung „Are modern multicore Systems ready for ISO26262“…

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Safety certification presented at safe.tech

Hello Rail-Engineers, I attended the safe.tech conference in Munich this week. The focus of the conference is on railway, automotive and industrial automation. For me as an engineer working with the EN 50128 (Software) and EN 50129 (Hardware) standards, it is interesting to see, that a certified safety related electronic system is not the center…

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