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    Hyundai Autron calls on Wind River for safety-critical IoT software

    2018-09-05T08:00:05Z

    Image: Hyundai Autron Hyundai Autron has selected Wind River of Alameda, California, to collaborate on safety-critical IoT software for autonomous vehicles. Intellectual property from both companies will be used to create a platform to integrate features such as advanced sensing, ethernet-based communication, and artificial intelligence applications. Wind River describes ...

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    Wind River leads “rolling lab” autonomous-driving test in Ohio

    2017-06-07T18:32:40Z

    The Ohio project aims to speed up development of key autonomous-driving technologies (Photo: Wind River) 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 ...

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    Intel's Wind River adds Arynga software for better OTA capabilities

    2016-04-05T14:21:45Z

    Remote updates of vehicle ECUs will lower costs, Wind River says (Photo: Wind River) 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 ...

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    Wind River, Clarion collaborate on Android-based infotainment

    2011-11-30T17:19:26Z

    The system Clarion is developing with Wind River will be GENIVI-compliant (Photo: Clarion) 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 ...

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    Marelli, Wind River to build GENIVI-compliant infotainment for BMW

    2011-01-31T07:13:44Z

    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. “GENIVI provides an innovative platform that allows ...