Disruptive trends in the automotive market such as connectivity, autonomous driving, mobility services, and electric vehicles place great demands on high-performance computing and virtualization. As an AUTOSAR premium partner since 2016 and one of the establishment and premium members of Autoware Foundation since 2019, eSOL, has led the standardization of automotive software platforms worldwide working with major OEM and Tier1 suppliers.
With our extensive expertise in developing mission-critical embedded systems for the automotive sector, eSOL provides an extensive range of technologies such as RTOS, hypervisor, development tools, middleware and engineering services to help you develop next-generation, software-defined vehicles.
Stronger Architecture for Safety and Security
To meet the dominant functional safety standard ISO 26262 up to ASIL D, a pre-certified RTOS such as eSOL's eMCOS® or eT-Kernel™ is essential. Their field-proven robustness helps ensure the reliability of ECUs and the entire vehicle E/E architecture. In particular, eMCOS offers far higher freedom from interference than traditional RTOSes due to its unique multikernel architecture. Features include system protection functions, ISO 26262-compliant safety documentation and isolation of safety-critical functions running on eMCOS.Learn more
Scalable Multicore Support With Real-Time Capability
Exploiting economies of scale is critical for scalable hardware products. Only eSOL's RTOS family scales to cover heterogeneous single, multi- and manycore CPU architectures up to 1024 cores. Applications running on multicore hardware require eSOL's eMCOS multikernel technology to meet demands for hard, real-time performance.Learn more
Adaptive Aggregation and Consolidation
As advanced software platforms such as ROS and Autoware are adopted and merged with AUTOSAR, the functions of many separate ECUs are becoming consolidated into a few controllers. Designed for multicore parallelism and throughput, eMCOS is essential for software performance and scalability.
Applications containing both critical and non-critical components can leverage the eMCOS Hypervisor® option for safe separation and controlled access to shared hardware. eMCOS’ POSIX API enables maximum source code re-use. Aggregation and consolidation do not occur immediately and it is likely to take generations to adapt the new E/E architecture in different vehicle product lines.
We Know AUTOSAR
The AUTOSAR API is the gold standard for automotive applications needing to ensure safe, real-time operation. eSOL has been involved in specifying the AUTOSAR Adaptive architecture from the outset and can support any desired AUTOSAR framework provider in customer projects.Learn more
Eclipse and Visual Studio Code Based IDE
With eSOL's flexible and easy-to-use IDE, development teams can access easy tools for debugging and performance optimization. Its Eclipse & Visual Studio Code editors are popular among embedded developers, with the build process based on CMake to simplify porting, especially in available Linux applications. eSOL’s pre-built, safety-qualified toolchain supports emulation-, simulator-, and model-based development.Learn more
Customized Engineering Services
eSOL can customize all of its RTOS and middleware platform products and integrate premium partner solutions to meet specific needs as well as general and industry requirements. Our RTOS software platform helps maximize hardware performance. From the design to the integration and certification phases, our experienced consultants will help you make the right decisions and suggest ways to enhance performance through optimal use of eSOL software.Learn more
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