Combination Delivers Safety and Security for Automotive Storage Applications Detroit, Michigan — June 6, 2018— TU Automotive — Tuxera, the world-leading storage software and networking technology company, and Green Hills Software, the worldwide leader in embedded safety and security, have extended their partnership to bring the Tuxera Flash File System to the INTEGRITY® Real-Time Operating System (RTOS).
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Since the 1970s, the way to add new capabilities into the car has been to add an electronic control unit (ECU) for each new feature. ECUs give us convenient features such as electronic mirror controls, but some take care of many of today’s safety-critical systems like anti-lock brakes. Over time, the number of ECUs inside
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We are honored to have been featured in a guest post on file system fragmentation at Western Digital’s blog. The following is a snippet from the original post. Be sure to read the full post here: Fragmentation and Storage Performance in Automotive. Flash storage technology delivers high-speed performance that can cope with the terabytes of
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Faster boot times mean less waiting—and safer cars

  • February 22, 2018 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
One way we develop new products and services is to simply sit down and talk with our customers and partners. For car makers and Tier-1 suppliers, a primary concern they’ve shared is reducing the boot time of car infotainment systems and instrument clusters. In boot-time optimization efforts, most people focus on the benefits to user
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The accessibility of sensors and camera modules is making the car industry increasingly data-driven. When combined with state-of-the-art software and advanced computing, data transforms into decisions inside autonomous cars. As autonomous vehicle technologies continue to evolve, the data generated inside cars only continues to grow exponentially. But how much data does a connected car actually
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Making connected cars secure down to the core

  • November 2, 2017 /
  • by Joel Catala
Securing the cars of tomorrow is a concern for car makers, Tier-1 suppliers, and consumers alike. As a matter of fact, a 2015 consumer survey showed that 62% of people questioned feared that cars of the future will be easily hacked. Lawmakers in the US have already passed bills to address and calm these fears,
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Connected cars literally take us close to the edge

  • June 30, 2017 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
The connected car easily conjures up topics like 5G, V2X, and the cloud. It’s certainly enchanting – all the amazing services the cloud and high-speed wireless connectivity will bring to our cars in the coming years. But the down-to-earth reality is the mission-critical handling and processing of data will be done inside the car itself.
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Despite what some people believe, the black box inside your car doesn’t serve up a steady stream of data to some overlord who’s tracking you. It’s there as a benefit. With the data collected from black boxes, safety analysts and accident investigators can evaluate how cars perform in crashes and ultimately design safer cars. The
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