Stop by the Green Hills Software booth at TU Automotive Detroit today to see this Altia cluster running Green Hills INTEGRITY on Renesas R-Car D1!
Connected conversations start here.
If you’re at TU Automotive Detroit today or tomorrow, be sure to stop by the Wind River booth to check out this cluster demo!
New Code Generation Support for Intel Apollo Lake Processor Announced by Altia and Green Hills Software
Altia Code Generation Target now integrated with Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS and INTEGRITY Multivisor secure virtualization optimized for use on Intel Apollo Lake Automotive SoC
Altia and Green Hills Software announce the commercial availability of a new code generation target for the Intel Apollo Lake Processor running Green Hills INTEGRITY real-time separation kernel or it’s safe and secure INTEGRITY Multivisor virtualization solution. This new SoC/software combination of technologies has been selected for use by a global automotive OEM for a 1920×1080 virtual instrument cluster program.
Altia has been awarded the designation of Preferred Supplier for Software by Continental AG. With this distinction, Continental recognizes the importance of its relationship with Altia for ensuring the company’s competitiveness and market leadership.
We’re just a few weeks away from the 21st International Congress on Advances in Automotive Electronics, coming to Ludwigsburg, Germany on June 27 and 28. Our team of HMI experts will be at the show to demonstrate Altia’s scalability across low- to high-powered hardware from the automotive industry’s leading silicon providers.
Here’s a sneak peek at the demos you’ll see at the show…
The future of automotive is now. Advanced 3D displays, haptic controls, advanced driver assistance systems are the innovations that will take automotive user experience to the next level – and Altia will get you there.
Altia is the key to connecting your next generation automotive displays to the future.
If you have a few gray hairs, you may recall the days when creating the best possible automotive user experience had much to do with your abilities to drill holes, to turn wrenches and screwdrivers, to route hoses, and to string yards of 16 to 20 AWG wire. Not to mention attempting to master the elusive arts of wire connector crimping and door panel removal, without destroying precious parts. These days, you need to have a penchant for comparing font styles and color gradients, an eye for deciding how thick of a drop shadow to employ, and a general feel for the pros and cons of runtime versus up-front rendering. Or at least know how to interface with people that do.
What lessons can we learn from the way things used to be, that can be applied today? Nothing can answer that question better than a real-life example…
The show results are in! In its 15th year, embedded world proved itself to be one of THE BEST events for engaging with the international embedded community. The numbers tell the story.
- 30,017 visitors
- 71 countries represented
- 548 exhibitors at embedded world 2017 Expo
- 98% satisfaction with exhibits
- 1,796 participants and speakers at embedded world Conference and electronic displays Conference