11/5/2002 - ProSyst Software AG, a technology provider for the Internet-based control and networking of electronic devices, has strengthened its activities in the field of automotive/telematics. By relying on ProSyst's proven, ready-to-use software and middleware platform for on-board computers, OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers can reap significant benefits in terms of flexibility and time savings - freeing them up to concentrate on creating value-added applications and services that differentiate their products from the competition.
ProSyst presents "Java and OSGi - Open Platform for Infotainment/Telematics Systems" at the WindRiver Forum in Munich on November 5th, 2002. The presentation will be held by Daniel Schellhoss, Executive VP of ProSyst Software AG.
ProSyst offers an industry-specific solution that centers on its modular and scalable software technology for the management of in-vehicle networks and devices, as well as the delivery of services and applications. ProSyst's mBedded Server 5.1 implements the OSGi Service Platform Release 2.0 specification that defines an open services framework within a vehicle. This framework serves, on the one hand, as an integration point for diverse in-vehicle technologies such as CAN, MOST and GPS, and, on the other hand, as a secure execution environment for dynamically installed software. ProSyst's mPower Remote Manager 3.1 is the complementary back-end tool for remotely controlling, configuring and deploying software to a virtually unlimited number of vehicles on demand.
ProSyst's in-car middleware includes the market leading VxWorks real-time operating system, support and drivers for numerous hardware platforms and peripheral technologies - including CAN, MOST and Bluetooth - as well as multimedia libraries, development tools, and the Personal JWorks Java runtime. This wealth of available products makes for a smooth design-in phase and a robust, stable and resilient environment for embedded applications. Add to this ProSyst's service management technology and extensive human resources, and the result is a clear win for automotive companies developing the next generation of telematics systems.
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