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AMPERE Automotive mixed-criticality ERIKA PikeOS

Tackling mixed-criticality for Automotive

The rising number of ECUs in a car (already in the order of one hundred in luxury vehicles) together with the recent availability of powerful and inexpensive multi-core SoCs, has triggered the interest of automotive OEMs in centralizing the computing resources. The number of processing units in embedded chips is expected to grow, as do …

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Seamless IoT Protection – How to make connected Gateways secure

The electronic systems inside a modern car are able to take control over critical systems, such as the steering and braking gear. However, these systems are more and more connected as the complexity of autonomous cars is increasing. This has an impact on the Safety during the car’s operation, but at the same time exposes …

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How to Design Safety-Critical Embedded Software for Autonomous Trains

As trains become more autonomous in nature, embedded software acts as a control center — monitoring conditions in real time, processing data and activating critical functions like braking and acceleration. Train designs are also becoming more sophisticated, incorporating more embedded systems and control software, making the job of engineering incredibly complex. Digital components must be …

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SYSGO CAST32-A Multi-Core Aviation

CAST-32A: Multi-Core Ready to Become Airborne

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 …

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SYSGO presenting ARINC 653 RTOS for multicore certification

Avionics Expo is still the leading event for aviation professionals. From March 12 – 13, more than 50 exhibitors from 40 countries presented their products and solutions in Munich. This year our colleagues Robert Pickles and Peter Spaeth were in Munich and had a lot of good discussions about the performance of PikeOS – not …

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InnoTrans 2018

SYSGO presenting Virtualization in Transportation @ InnoTrans 2018

SYSGO recently attended the InnoTrans in Berlin – the leading international trade fair for transport technology taking place every other year. At the booth of Kontron the following highlights were presented: Kontron showing IoT and Embedded Systems for Smart and Secure Transportation Technology SYSGO’s PikeOS® as one of the foundations for all kinds of Embedded …

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Everybody looking for Multi-Core Certification at the HIS Conference

On October 17th 2017 my colleague and I were representing SYSGO at the High Integrity Software Conference in Bristol, a big thank you to all that came to see us at our booth. The show was busy with mostly software professionals, all were interested in multi-core certification and all were surprised that SYSGO has PikeOS …

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PikeOS 4.2: The next Step in Certification and Multi-Core Handling

SYSGO PikeOS is an RTOS that includes Hypervisor type 1 functionalities. The software can be used as foundation for safe and secure embedded systems. Via the separation kernel different guest OS can be handled with time and space separation. This way we can manage mixed criticality use cases. PikeOS is certified by design and can …

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“What a fantastic webcast”

Winfried Schröder from Vector Software talking about the joint webcast with SYSGO: “What a fantastic and informative webcast about the use of multi-core CPU’s in safety-critical environments in ISO 26262 projects from Chris Berg and Ingo Nickles. The subject area was limited to automotive but a look at the overwhelming number of participants showed me …

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