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Green Hills Software to Present and Exhibit at Embedded World 2012 in Nuremberg

Wed, 02/22/2012 - 4:15am

Green Hills Software will deliver technology presentations at the embedded world 2011 Conference in Nuremberg, Germany, from February 28 – March 1, 2012. In Hall 4, Stand 325, Green Hills Software will also demonstrate its latest embedded software solutions. Please visit Green Hills Software's website to request a meeting and register for free exhibition entrance.

Green Hills Software speakers will present in the embedded world conference:

Designing your System for Safety and High Reliability

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 09:00 – 10:00

Who: Greg Davis, Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software

Modern Data Protection Protocols for Embedded Systems

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2011, 10:30 – 11:00

Who: David Kleidermacher, CTO, Green Hills Software

Writing Reliable Multicore Code

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 11:00 – 11:30

Who: Greg Davis, Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software

The Upcoming C and C++ Standards

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 11:00 – 11:45

Who: Peter Hoogenboom, EMEA Engineering Manager, Green Hills Software

Real-Time Requirements for Embedded Middleware

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 13:30 – 14:00

Who: Andre Schmitz, Field Applications Engineer, Green Hills Software

Tips and Tricks for Debugging

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 13:30 – 14:30

Who: Greg Davis, Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software

Guidelines for Writing Efficient C/C++ Code

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 15:30 – 16:15

Who: Greg Davis, Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software

Guidelines for Building a Secure Device

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 16:00 – 16:30

Who: Rolland Dudemaine, Technical Solutions Manager EMEA, Green Hills Software

Separation and Security without Hypervisors/Virtualization

When: Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 16:00 – 16:30

Who: Serge Plagnol, Senior Field Application Engineer, Green Hills Software

Compiler Bugs in the Real World

When: Thursday, 1 March 2012, 09:00 – 09:30

Who: Greg Davis, Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software

The Use of Virtualization in Automotive Infotainment Systems

When: Thursday, 1 March 2012, 09:00 – 09:30

Who: Andre Schmitz, Field Applications Engineer, Green Hills Software

Mixed-Criticality Embedded System Architectures

When: Thursday, 1 March 2011, 09:00 – 09:45

Who: David Kleidermacher, CTO, Green Hills Software

Which Network for your Industrial Systems?

When: Thursday, 1 March 2012, 12:00 – 12:30

Who: Rolland Dudemaine, Field Applications Engineer, Green Hills Software

In booth Hall 4, Stand 325, Green Hills Software will offer a wide range of interesting presentations and demonstrations, including:

Automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment:

Green Hills Software will demonstrate a state-of-the-art IVI solution for consolidating a virtualized GENIVI-based Linux environment, real-time and safety-critical applications, and native OpenGL applications on a single system. The INTEGRITY® Multivisor™ guarantees that each application remains securely separated, which brings cost reduction through improved hardware integration.

Avionics Platform:

Green Hills Software will demonstrate the INTEGRITY-178B RTOS on the Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) QorIQ P4080 board with AMD E4690 PMC rugged COTS platform. Other components include the Alt Software embedded, safety-certified OpenGL® 3D stack displaying graphics generated by the Esterel SCADE Display® graphic design and code generation suite. This delivers highly reliable, advanced graphics solutions for next-generation avionics display-based equipment.

Medical Platform:

A concept home-based medical monitoring system will be demonstrated that will measure heart rate (via remote Bluetooth® sensor) and other information such as patient weight, combined with a patient panic button, which connects them (via Bluetooth headset) to the doctor. Based on the safety-certified INTEGRITY RTOS, it features Bluetooth medical and headset profile connectivity from Clarinox and graphics using the Qt Commercial graphical framework from Digia.

Consumer Dual-Persona Android Tablet:

Green Hills Software will demonstrate a commercial dual-persona Android-based tablet based on a Freescale i.MX53 Cortex™-A8-based SoC. The INTEGRITY Multivisor solution provides a secure and safe virtualized platform for Android or other guest operating systems on single or multicore processors. It cleanly separates peripherals to each Android persona and can host additional real-time and/or security-critical services.

Advanced Trace-Capable Debugging:

High quality, feature rich, nonintrusive debugging tools dramatically reduce time-to-market and device quality. Green Hills will demonstrate its industry-leading MULTI® tools suite, best-in-class compilers, source-level and trace-aware TimeMachine™ debugger, the latest in trace probe solutions, along with its lightweight µ-velOSity™ real-time executive—all integrated and running on Freescale’s ARM®-based Kinetis K60 SoC.

Embedded Graphics:

For embedded graphics, the demonstration will feature the safety-certified INTEGRITY RTOS running on two separate hardware configurations ¬¬¬– the Cortex-A9-based Fujitsu Emerald and Freescale i.MX51. Through the extensive device driver and middleware support, real-time responsiveness, deterministic behavior and fast boot, this platform is ideal for building an automotive instrument cluster. The Fujitsu OpenGL API or the Altia® user interface engineering tools provide the graphics for this demonstration.

See Green Hills Software demonstrations on the following partner stands at embedded world:

Freescale – Hall 4A, Stand 309

Intel – Hall 1, Stand 324

Digia – Hall 4, Stand 405

EBV Elektronik – Hall 4, Stand 535

Future Electronics – Hall 4A, Stand 108

Visit Green Hills Software at www.ghs.com.

 

Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor

February 22, 2012

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