Wind River, Elektrobit software-defined architecture

  • May 29, 2024
  • William Payne

Wind River has collaborated with Elektrobit to trial software for autonomous electric, software-defined vehicle architectures.

Wind River provided VxWorks as the real-time operating system while Elektrobit provided its EB corbos AdaptiveCore software and EB corbos Studio tools. The collaboration employed Elektrobit’s AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform based software framework for autonomous driving domain controllers.

“We are delighted to further grow our continued efforts with Elektrobit to advance autonomous driving technologies. Elektrobit’s proven software solutions, combined with the industry leading VxWorks, can help drive innovation in the automotive market while delivering on functional safety, security, and reliability,” said Woody Zou, General Manager, China, Wind River.

“The combination of Elektrobit’s AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform and the trusted VxWorks real-time operating system helps create safe, secure, flexible, and high-performance ECUs to support automakers accelerate the development of their autonomous domain controllers and promote the mass production of new electric vehicles. We look forward to delivering more successful projects together in the future,” said Demetrio Aiello, Head of Product Engineering, Elektrobit.