Tasking to showcase embedded automotive software at Embedded World 2024

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ATI News Team

Tasking showcases a comprehensive toolset for safety and security-compliant software development

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According to a press release on March 12, Tasking will showcase its latest tools for developing high-performance, safe and secure embedded automotive software at Embedded World 2024 in Nuremberg, Germany, from April 9–11, 2024.

The company's booth will feature its comprehensive toolset, known as Compile, Debug, Analyze, which covers the entire software development process. Tasking's focus on safety and security-compliant development is a key factor in its success, with certified tools aligned with ISO 26262 and ISO 21434 standards. The company will also demonstrate how its iC7mini and other versions of the BlueBox can help improve the efficiency of the development process through test automation, a current industry trend. 

Tasking will have four demos at the booth:

  • Workstation 1 will showcase a battery management system designed by Tasking’s partner Neutron Controls that is based on an Aurix TC4x microcontroller from Infineon Technologies. The demo will highlight the newest release of the SmartCode Integrated Development Environment Toolset and the BlueBox hardware debugger iC7mini.
  • Workstation 2 will show a simple application running on the NXP S32Z270A that was built on the recently released VX-Toolset for ARMv7.0, which provides support for NXP Semiconductor's S32Z and S32E real-time processors with Arm Cortex-R52 architecture.
  • Workstation 3 highlights Tasking's RISC-V tool support. The RISC-V tools enable compilation, verification, debugging, performance tuning, timing analysis and coverage analysis for software running on multicore, multihart system-on-chips (SoCs). The tools are demonstrated using Andes' ISO 26262-certified RISC V processor IPs and associated MachineWare Virtual Models. This demo will also be shown at the upcoming Andes RISC V Conferences in Taiwan, mainland China and Japan.
  • Finally at Workstation 4, Tasking together with Vector will demonstrate ARTI-based AUTOSAR Profiling with Vector MICROSAR Classic on a TC399XE Eval Board as well as a virtual electronic control unit (ECU), using a Synopsys TC39x VDK. WinIDEA enables the execution of trace-based timing tests on both real and virtual targets without changes to the test environment, such as test scripts or third-party tools.
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