The exhibits are focusing on the combination of Green Hill’s security certified Integrity real-time operating system and multivisor-based virtualization concepts – a combination that, according to Green Hill’s promises, offers a trustable software platform for developers. It enables them to implement a scalable platform that can host guest operating systems and at the same time run safety-relevant applications. This concept enables users to combine multiple environments running Linux, Android or other operating systems with safety-critical, ASIL-rated functions. Functional safety is ensured through the independent, certified Integrity RTOS separation architecture. GPU resources can be shared between critical applications (such as object detection etc) and uncritical ones (such as infotainment displays). Native Autosar Classic and adaptive Autosar can run in protected partitions.
At its Embedded World booth (hall 4, stand 325), Green Hills Software will demonstrate (among others) ADAS-based driver intelligence and consolidated safety-critical instrument clusters running on processor platforms from Intel, NXP and Renesas. In addition, the company will demonstrate how Integrity multivisor virtualization platforms can protect Linux and Android-based IoT devices against malware. These demos also will show how developers of embedded Linux systems can increase their productivity through Multi IDE and Green Hills’ probe for source-level debugging of the Linux kernel, bootloaders, and device drivers. These debugging modes include JTAG stop mode debugging and run-mode debugging.
More information: www.ghs.com