Multi-core software design for AURIX™ in combination with EB tresos product line
AURIX™ is a broadly used multi-core architecture for real-time, safety-, and security-critical automotive applications. An efficient software design to utilize up to six cores of AURIX™ TC3xx derivatives requires tools to perform the tasks and runnability of the AUTOSAR Basic Software (BSW) to the various cores and to partition the AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE). With the EB tresos Studio, Elektrobit provides a perfect fit to the AURIX™ multi-core architecture.
The webinar presents basic multi-core use cases, the distribution of mode mgmt. stack, communication, and diagnostics of the BSW. A simple example will explain how to utilize the presented content to distribute three software components to two cores and related AURIX™ TC38x MCAL drivers with specific support for multi-core.
The example project includes free evaluation licenses for AURIX™ MCAL, EB tresos OS, basic software and tools, and will be available on request for all participants after the webinar. Parties involved must sign an evaluation license agreement to access the source code of the products
Who should attend?
- This is the perfect webinar for AUTOSAR software engineers who want to learn how to utilize many cores of an AURIX™ multi-core architecture in an efficient manner with the EB tresos Studio, a configuration tool.
- July 19th 2018
- 16:00 CEST / Berlin Time (10:00 am EST / New York Time )
- Georg Huba is responsible for AURIX™ Software Partnership and Ecosystem Management at Infineon Technologies. He has been working since several years in the domain of embedded software ecosystems and has longtime experience with microcontrollers for different applications.
Michael Reiß is a Senior Expert at Elektrobit Automotive GmbH. Michael has been working for Elektrobit since 2008, being involved in several AUTOSAR Classic Platform ECU development projects