SYSGO PikeOS 5 – I have Five

PikeOS 5.0 simplifies Development and Certification of Safety and Security-critical Systems

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…

embedded World 2020 Review

REVIEW: embedded world 2020

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…

SYSGO PikeOS 5 – I have Five

SYSGO presents PikeOS 5, secure Vehicle Connectivity and Platform for Railway Applications

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,…

SYSGO and PikeOS in China – Training @ EPT

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…

Separation kernel as the basis for certifiable applications and systems

Functional security and cybersecurity are among the most important issues in the development of modern vehicles, and the certification of individual systems will become increasingly important in the future. Developers must therefore increasingly work according to the “Safety & Security by Design” principle. Real-time operating systems based on a separation kernel enable new approaches. In…