Colorado boasts several cities within its borders that are quickly becoming important technology centers — Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and Altia’s hometown, Colorado Springs. From automotive software to cybersecurity, tech companies in Colorado Springs are delivering high impact innovations at high altitude!
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From 27 February and 1 March 2018, you can find the Altia team in Nuremberg, Germany at embedded world 2018. We’ll be exhibiting alongside hundreds of companies from all over the world, discussing embedded technologies of today and planning the embedded innovations of the future.
This year, you can find Altia in Hall 4, Booth 4-339.
The Altia team is thrilled to bring our latest technologies to CES 2018 on January 9-12 in Las Vegas!
Meet us at the GENIVI Networking Reception at the Bellagio Hotel on Tuesday, January 9th from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM. Not only will we have stunning demos of Altia HMIs on hardware, but we’ll also offer demos of Altia Design 12.0 — with our brand new Timeline Animation Editor and powerful advanced 3D capabilities. (Need an invitation to the GENIVI event? Email email@example.com.)
You will also be able to find Altia in action at various locations across the show floor. You’ll find…
New Release of HMI Development Software Includes Timeline Animation Editor Plus Comprehensive 3D Capabilities
Altia announces the new Altia Design 12.0, which provides powerful features and functionality for developers to create and deploy first class embedded displays for automotive, medical, consumer and industrial devices. The new Timeline Animation Editor displays object and material attributes for both 2D and 3D content, allowing developers to create advanced animations with ease. New capabilities for 3D customers make it simpler than ever to incorporate 3D content and advanced animations in a human-machine interface (HMI).
Altia and Cypress Collaborate to Bring Rich Graphics to Automotive Displays with HMI Code Generation Support in Traveo™ MCU Family
Altia and Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announce Altia HMI code generation support for the Cypress Traveo™ Automotive Microcontroller (MCU) family. The combination provides automotive manufacturers with a cost-efficient platform to deliver sophisticated graphics with advanced functionality for instrument clusters, HUDs and HVAC displays. The Altia code generation solution for the Traveo family has been selected for production by multiple global automotive OEM and Tier 1 suppliers.
Today, Renesas announced its high-performance R-Car D3 automotive infotainment SoC to the world at the Renesas R-Car Consortium in Tokyo. Key features of this new SoC — as noted by Renesas in their press release about the new product — include a 3D graphics core which enables high-performance HMIs plus a reduced system development cost equivalent to those of existing 2D cluster systems.
Altia showcased our own 3D cluster demo on Renesas R-Car D3 at the R-Car Consortium event today! Check it out here:
Altia is proud to be a new member of the GENIVI Alliance, a non-profit alliance and global development community of over 140 companies, which joins automotive software stakeholders with world-class developers to deliver open source, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and connected vehicle software. What does that mean for vehicle developers? They don’t have to go back and re-invent the wheel each time they design vehicle software. Instead, they can turn to a proven, documented, open repository of team-developed software and APIs.
Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) surround us in our everyday lives – with touch displays on our washing machines, thermostats and coffee makers at home and touch controls on copy machines and industrial devices at work. This trend will continue as the Internet of Things grows.
Altia CEO, Mike Juran, recently learned about an impressive, local “social enterprise” called Blue Star Recyclers, a non-profit organization with locations in Colorado Springs, Denver, and Boulder. Their mission is two-fold: recycle electronic waste ethically and create jobs for people with autism and other disabilities.
Recycling of computers alone offers a significant impact on the economy. For every 10,000 tons of computer waste processed, 296 new jobs are created per year. Currently only 15-20 percent of global e-waste is recycled – so there is tremendous opportunity for growth in this area. With that mind, it’s easy to see why Blue Star has gained so much traction and support since they were founded in 2009.