Mentor Graphics and Arynga demonstrate Over-the-Air(OTA) updates on Linux-based infotainment system

Published: June 4, 2014 | United States


Arynga announced its recent partnership with the Embedded Software Division of Mentor Graphics that developes  Linux-based infotainment systems , automotive software and network design. The two companies publicized this partnership  at the 2014 Telematics Update Conference in Detroit, where Mentor debuted the integration of CarSync, Arynga’s software update management platform, with the Mentor Embedded Automotive Technology Platform (ATP) .

The demonstration showcased an Over-The-Air (OTA) software update to a Freescale i.MX6 SoC running Mentor’s ATP, a GENIVI-compliant, Linux-based infotainment platform, integrated with Arynga’s CarSync In-Vehicle Gateway (CIVG).

This alleviates the need for feature development by a System Integrator, Tier 1, ISV, OSV or other 3rd party. Arynga and Mentor consider this integration as the first step in their collaboration to accelerate the delivery of secure and managed software updates in vehicles.

“This partnership between Arynga and Mentor will strengthen CarSync’s end-to-end industry offering as we move further into security, virtualization, and expand on other capabilities provided by the Mentor Embedded tool chain.”- Walter Buga, Arynga CEO

Source: Mentor Graphics


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