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"Automotive Open Source Software on the Upswing"
Two open source software platforms, Automotive Grade Linux and SmartDeviceLink are gaining industry support, most recently from Toyota. Unlike Genivi, AGL is moving beyond infotainment to address instrument cluster, HUD, telematics and eventually control systems. Appears in February 2016 newsletter. $65.00
 
"ETAS, The Company Profile"
Bosch subsidiary ETAS provides software, hardware, and engineering tools and services to carmakers and tier ones. Appears in June 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Android before iOS in the Car"
Google is leading Apple in getting its operating system into infotainment systems. The Open Automotive Alliance will modify Android to run on head units. Appears in February 2014 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Linux Operating Systems Dominate by 2020, Says IHS"
By 2020, Linux will replace QNX as the number-one infotainment operating system. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"3D Clusters Soon to Ship with Integrity Operating System from Green Hills Software"
According to the company, a number of tier ones will base 3D clusters on Green Hills' Integrity OS. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Mentor Graphics Hypervisor Addresses IVI Security Issues"
With an emphasis on security, Mentor Graphics' hypervisor will first be applied in infotainment systems. Future applications may include reconfigurable clusters and ADAS. Appears in December 2013 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Virtualization Coming to Autos"
Reducing the number of ECUs in vehicles is a major benefit of hardware virtualization. Experts from OpenSynergy, Green Hills Software and Wind River discuss how they see the market developing in automotive. Appears in October 2012 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Open Source Software Moving into Infotainment"
Open source software products such as Linux, Genivi and HTML5 are beginning to have an impact in the automotive industry, especially in infotainment. Appears in May 2011 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Google Makes Automotive Connections"
Google aims to bring its content and services to automobiles. Continental is developing a Google Android-based infotainment platform called AutoLinQ that will provide connectivity both to the Web and to vehicle sensors and control systems--a new way to deliver telematics services. Appears in November 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"QNX FY 2009 Sales Likely Flat"
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, roughly $18 million of QNX's $50 million in total sales are to automotive customers, including $10 million to Harman Becker. Appears in May 2009 newsletter. $65.00
 
"BMW Leads Open Source Infotainment Initiative"
The infotainment industry is facing upheaval following BMWís recent announcement that it has joined with Intel, Wind River and others to promote an open-source infotainment and communications system platform based on Linux. Appears in July 2008 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Fiat to Make Blue&Me Standard"
After a rocky start, Microsoft is now making gains in the automotive market. Fiat Group's Blue&Me connectivity platform is based on Microsoft Auto software. Appears in November 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Harman International Making Big News"
Harmanís sales were up 9.3% in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007. Harmanís relationship with Mercedes--definitely in flux--might be a factor in the cancelled acquisition of Harman by KKR and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners. Appears in October 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Elektrobit Automotive Software, The Company Profile"
Formerly operating as 3SOFT, Elektrobit Automotive Software is a leading supplier of AUTOSAR and OSEK implementations as well as development tools and navigation software. Appears in February 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Toyota Developing Its Own Operating System"
Toyota's new operating system will replace Windows CE in G-Book telematics units. Appears in October 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"AUTOSAR Standard Software Platform Only a Matter of Time"
BMW and PSA are the first carmakers to commit to using the AUTOSAR software platform in production vehicles, beginning in 2008. Appears in October 2006 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Microsoft Targets Infotainment"
Several Windows Automotive-based navigation and entertainment products were demonstrated at CES 2006. Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"QNX Advances in Automotive"
QNX, a subsidiary of Harman International recieves about 30% of its revenue from automotive business. Business in Japan is aided by a strong releationship with Renesas. Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Bosch-Denso JV Delivers T-Engine Infotainment Platform"
ADIT, a 50-50 JV by Bosch and Denso developed a multimedia computing platform based on T-Engine. T-Engine is an offshoot of ITRON. Appears in December 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Java--Few Auto Applications, Yet"
Despite the hype two or three years ago about Java for automotive applications, so far, only BMW and Hyundai have Java on the road. Siemens VDO developed a Java-based navigation and infotainment system for BMW. Appears in October 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Windows Automotive on the Road"
Microsoft's Windows Automotive has been adopted by eight carmakers and four tier-one suppliers for production applications. Appears in April 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"OSEK Operating System Applications Growing Slowly"
Despite a slow start, European carmakers are employing OSEK operating systems in powertrain, chassis and body controls. GM is also adopting OSEK Appears in September 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Second Generation Telematics Begins Modestly in Japan"
Honda, Nissan and Toyota have launched new versions of their telematics products. This time, Nissan and Toyota have chosen to introduce telematics on low-priced compact cars. All three camakers opted to base their telematics platforms on commerical operating systems. Appears in May 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Telematics Computing Platforms--Many Alliances and Players"
By the end of the decade, nearly half of all new vehicles will have an embedded computing platform capable of running telematics and multimedia applications. While the market is still fragmented, suppliers are organizing around top component manufacturers. Appears in September 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 

 

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