Wind River will lead a project to test connected and autonomous vehicle technologies and speed up development in a key focus area for the auto industry. The embedded-software unit of chipmaker Intel said it will work with the Transportation Research Center (TRC), Ohio State University and the City of Dublin, Ohio, to Â increase the pace, Read More..
Wind River said it has added Arynga software to its automotive portfolio in a bid to accelerate the introduction of over-the-air (OTA) updates to embedded software. The product lifecycle management (PLM) company, which is part of the Intel group, said the combined new software will help realize greater car connectivity and autonomous driving and will Read More..
Wind River is working with in-car entertainment systems maker Clarion to develop Android-based automotive infotainment systems. The embedded and mobile software specialist, which is owned by chipmaker Intel, said it is creating a custom Android software platform for use inside the car. Wind River is also providing software integration services so Clarion can build its Read More..
Italian supplier Magneti Marelli and US-based software maker Wind River will build the first GENIVI-compliant infotainment system, moving the industry closer to adopting an open-source standard. The two companies are building the system for BMW, but hope to have other customers as well. â€œGENIVI provides an innovative platform that allows car manufacturers to offer the Read More..