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Green Hills Software offers AUTOSAR support on INTEGRITY RTOS

27 Oct 2014

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Green Hills Software has introduced an AUTOSAR vendor support for AUTOSAR application development, debug, execution and deployment. According to the company, its approach for advancing the use and deployment of AUTOSAR in car electronics is based on the embedded industry's safest real-time operating system (RTOS), INTEGRITY.

There is a broad and growing adoption for the use of AUTOSAR in automotive electronics. The automotive processors targeted for executing AUTOSAR applications and services are more complex and more powerful than previously used. With this comes an increasing challenge to manage application complexity, debuggability and function freedom from interference.

[See also: Green Hills extends Integrity RTOS to ARM-based processors]

Green Hills Software's unique approach to supporting the development and use of AUTOSAR in automotive electronics delivers the industry's only AUTOSAR and processor vendor neutral solution for combining legacy OSEK, legacy AUTOSAR and/or novel AUTOSAR applications and services safely and reliably into a single ECU, the company stated.

With this approach, customers continue to use their favourite AUTOSAR vendor solutions. Green Hills has developed an integration with AUTOSAR development and run-time environments that deliver safe separation, debug and execution of AUTOSAR applications while safely combining AUTOSAR applications at different Automotive Safety Integrity Levels (ASIL) and even from different AUTOSAR vendors. This approach provides independent and complete memory and time protection while being able to safely combine multiple Scalability Class 1 (SC1) applications onto a single ECU. All of this is made possible by taking advantage of the Green Hills INTEGRITY operating system's field-proven freedom from interference guarantees, continued the company.

Green Hills Software's support for the OSEK/AUTOSAR application build and execution includes the following major components: INTEGRITY separation kernel for applications demanding safety, reliability and security; MULTI IDE featuring multicore debugger, profiler and many other integrated time-saving tools; AUTOSAR vendor integration components for INTEGRITY and MULTI; software and services compliant to the highest levels of automotive and industrial safety standards including ISO 26262, IEC 61508 and EN 50128; high-performance EEMBC record-setting C/C++ compilers and complete tool chain that leverage the Neon media processing engine and floating point units; integrated code quality tools including MISRA C/C++ and DoubleCheck static analyser and multicore run-control, board bring-up, low-level debugging and real-time trace debugging with the Green HiIls Probe and SuperTrace Probe.

Green Hills Software products and services for the AUTOSAR application development and execution are available.




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