March 17, 2023
MathWorks, developer of mathematical computing software, and Green Hills Software, a company invested in embedded software safety and security, shares an integration that helps engineers design safety-related applications for the Infineon AURIX TC4x family of automotive microcontrollers using Simulink.
Engineers using the new family of microcontrollers automate compiling and building code generated by Embedded Coder using Green Hills Software’s support for AURIX, and then perform back-to-back testing using processor-in-loop (PIL) simulation.
“Electric vehicles and automated driving systems have disrupted conventional norms and introduced a generational change in the pace and scope of automotive electronics development,” says Tom Erkkinen, product manager, Embedded Code Generation at MathWorks. “Green Hills is a leading embedded software vendor that we collaborate with to provide highly automated tools and workflows that comply with rigorous functional safety standards, such as ISO 26262.”
“Many of our customers use MathWorks products to create algorithms for embedded systems,” says Rob Redfield, director, Business Development at Green Hills Software. “Now, these customers not only have an easy-to-use way to run and verify these algorithms on embedded processors, but they also can debug, analyze, and optimize their code with safety-qualified optimizing C/C++ compilers and run-time libraries within the Green Hills MULTI IDE.”
This is the latest collaboration between MathWorks and Green Hills Software. These capabilities extend the collaboration between MathWorks and Green Hills Software that in 2021 generated the MULTI Toolbox for Embedded Coder, offered by Green Hills, enabling engineers to quickly and efficiently develop and deploy their Simulink and MATLAB models on a range of embedded processors.
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