Green Hills Software to show latest RTOS and tool use at embedded world

21st February 2023
Kristian McCann

At embedded world, Green Hills Software will be showing a new set of solutions demonstrations that tackle challenges faced by embedded systems engineers. The company will be sharing it through a series of presentations in the exhibitor forum - open to all visitors - as well as in classes at the conference.

A key focus of the event will be on real-time operating systems and development tools for the latest generations of microcontrollers with very limited internal memory that are required to support an increasing number of safety and non-safety critical real-time applications. Green Hills Software will be showcasing its software offering including enhanced and updated versions of the safety-certified µ-velOSity real-time operating system and the ASIL-certified MULTI development environment with advanced system-level debugging, together with analysis tools and C/C++ Optimising Compilers.

Technologies on display will cover areas including mixed-criticality consolidation, safe and secure virtualisation, signal-to-service translation, cloud connectivity, and secure credential management.

As the use of multicore, multi-CPU systems spreads, is being utilised across many industries. A major adopter is the automotive sector, and the company will be demonstrating a number of purpose-built integrated solutions for software-defined vehicles (SDV). These include a network of SDV ECUs managed by a central gateway, with cloud connectivity for OTA updates and diagnostics. Individual elements comprise a software-defined cockpit, driver monitoring system, imaging radar, and zonal controllers. A platform for running AUTOSAR Classic and Adaptive will also be displayed.

Visitors to the exhibitor forum can view presentations on Multidimensional scalability for safe software systems, Development tools with game-changing debug capabilities for complex systems, and Building a safety certified platform for smart edge applications. In the conference, there will be a class on Modern C++ and advanced debug techniques for embedded development and sessions covering analysing, debugging and improving the performance of complex embedded systems, and the use of hypervisors for secure partitioning.

Product Spotlight

Upcoming Events

View all events
Latest global electronics news
© Copyright 2024 Electronic Specifier