Automated vehicle development platform at embedded world
It has been announced that Green Hills Software and INTEGRITY Security Services (ISS), a Green Hills Software company, will showcase their technology for automotive electronics and secure IoT devices at embedded world 2019. The company will provide automotive demonstrations, including an Automated Vehicle Development Platform.
Key automotive demonstrations will focus on the safe and secure consolidation of open-source environments with critical automotive domains, securing connected car communications, ensuring trusted electronic component supply chains, and enabling autonomous vehicle projects to safely take the next step to production-quality reality.
An Automated Vehicle Development Platform will be used to demonstrate rapid development, verification and deployment of ASIL D-critical autonomous driving applications on automotive-grade processors. Also on display will be safe and secure driver monitoring applications, featuring drowsiness detection and face ID, and a vehicle network security controller will be used to demonstrate how to add intrusion detection and prevention to critical vehicle networks without a dedicated security processor.
INTEGRITY Security Services will be showcasing its V2X/C2X Certificate Management Service. The ISS CMS is the de facto standard for V2X/C2X credentials and the turnkey managed service in production today to securely generate and distribute vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure certificates direct to vehicle and roadside communication devices. ISS will also be featuring the Device Lifecycle Management (DLM) OTA service and DLM Code Signing Service (DCSS).
In the embedded world conference, Greg Davis of Green Hills Software will be giving a series of talks on topics including using MISRA C/C++ for security and reliability, emerging multicore development paradigms, tips and tricks for debugging, and hackproofing your C/C++ code. Green Hills’ Marcus Nissemark will be presenting on virtualisation impact on performance in embedded systems.