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RTI Announces First Data-Centric Software Framework with Functional Safety Certification for Autonomous and Electric Vehicles - News

November 18, 2021

Real-Time Innovations (RTI) announced at the RTI Automotive Forum that foundational components of RTI Connext Drive are now certified to ISO 26262 ASIL D

Software & OS

eSOL and RTI Collaborate on Rapid Development of Embedded Systems for Automotive and Industrial Automation Markets - News

September 28, 2021

The High-Performance Combination of RTI Connext DDS and eSOL RTOS will Streamline System Development for Multicore Applications.


Varon Vehicles Announces Collaboration with RTI for Implementation of Urban Air Mobility Systems - News

August 17, 2021

Varon Vehicles and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) announced they will be collaborating to integrate RTI’s software connectivity framework into Varon Vehicles’ Traffic Management Systems (TMS).


RTI Joins the VR/AR Association to Advance Integrations with Gaming Engines - News

August 10, 2021

Real-Time Innovations (RTI) announced it has joined the VR/AR Association (VRARA) to expand the use of their gaming engine connectivity capabilities with RTI Connext DDS across all markets.

AI & Machine Learning

634AI Selects RTI Connext as the Connectivity Software for its MAESTRO Autonomous Mobile Robots Navigation and Fleet Management Solution - Press Release

May 26, 2021

RTI’s Connext Software Enables Real-Time Connectivity and Reliability Between MAESTRO and AMR Platforms 


RTI at embedded world: Integrating Resource-Constrained Devices in a Distributed Real-Time System - News

February 04, 2021

On March 1st, at the first all-digital embedded world exhibition and conference, Real-Time Innovation’s Thijs Brouwer will be presenting, “Architecting Scalable Real-time Systems with Embedded Devices: Connecting the Edge to the Cloud.” Brouwer’s session will discuss how integrating resource-constrained devices in a distributed real-time system may pose design challenges and also how two recent developments are now helping to address these challenges, the DDS-XRCE protocol and the Layered Databus Architecture.