OpenSynergy’s David Baum discusses the new Bluetooth LE Audio specification, which standardizes how audio is transmitted.
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OpenSynergy’s Tero Salminen explains how open-standard-based virtualization enables the portability of software applications to the cloud during product development, independently of the underlying physical hardware.
OpenSynergy’s Tero Salminen explains how automakers can free themselves from hardware-specific software stacks and supplier lock-in by switching to Software-Defined Architecture (SDA).
Tero Salminen of OpenSynergy explains how virtualizing a single function increases connected vehicle systems security and makes updating and upgrading software components much more straightforward.
Thomas Bruss of Renesas and OpenSynergy’s Ralph Sasse provide unique insight into how open source projects are creating a more independent and flexible automotive industry.
Experts from OpenSynergy and LDRA discuss the inherent security of a virtualized architecture, and how that strength can be underpinned by applying secure development techniques to code that handles data passed between processes.
OpenSynergy’s Isaac Trefz discusses the role of VIRTIO in modern automotive architectures and provides insight into the first-ever implementation of open standard-based devices.
OpenSynergy’s Jonathan Siegel discusses how the company can enhance Android Automotive OS by providing complementary software components, including COQOS Hypervisor SDK, Blue SDK Fusion, and Radio Tuner SDK.
Experts from OpenSynergy discuss how the automotive industry should abandon proprietary solutions, and instead embrace open standards and compete on their implementation quality.
OpenSynergy’s David Baum discusses the company’s Blue SDK Fusion, an automotive-grade Bluetooth stack for Android™ Open Source Project (AOSP).
Experts from OpenSynergy discuss the company’s flexible radio software solution, which OEMs and Tier1 suppliers can integrate across different car models, geographical territories, hardware, and hardware generations.
OpenSynergy experts discuss how automotive device makers can decouple hardware from software for optimal portability, time to market and cost savings.
Experts from OpenSynergy provides unique insight into the company’s hypervisor platform for microcontrollers.