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eSOL announced a new partner solution which will allow customers to exploit the full potential of the Rust programming language across a host of mission-critical and functional safety applications.
eSOL announced a proof of concept (PoC) demonstrating a communication gateway ECU based on an open standard software model using a SOA on Renesas Electronics’ in-vehicle SoC (System on Chip) products.
Most of today’s safety-critical embedded software applications are comprised of three components: developer written application code, standard library components, and a real-time operating system (RTOS). Rolland Dudemaine, the Vice-President of Engineering at eSOL Europe, verifies that the latter piece is why compliance with safety standards, such as ISO 26262 for automotive, is so important.
Working with real-time operating systems has historically been an esoteric endeavor – especially if the RTOS controls safety- and security-critical equipment like industrial machinery or advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
eSOL and RTI Collaborate on Rapid Development of Embedded Systems for Automotive and Industrial Automation Markets - NewsSeptember 28, 2021
The High-Performance Combination of RTI Connext DDS and eSOL RTOS will Streamline System Development for Multicore Applications.
Tuxera and eSOL announced a strategic partnership for the automotive industry. Per the companies, the partnership will bring I/O throughput, data integrity, fail-safety, and improved storage media endurance to the data handling operations in eSOL's eMCOS real-time operating system (RTOS).
Participants will have five days at their disposal from March 1-5, 2021, to learn more about eSOL's popular embedded virtualization function eMCOS Hypervisor.