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ELinOS, the Embedded Linux from German developer SYSGO, serves as the technical basis for Miele's new Generation 7000 line of household appliances. The two companies are thus continuing their long-standing and successful cooperation. ELinOS is already being used the Generation 6000, first introduced in 2015, primarily for its innovative operating concept with a touchpad.
Die Embedded Linux Variante ELinOS des deutschen Herstellers SYSGO dient als technische Basis für die neue Haushaltsgeräte-Generation 7000 in der Premium und Prestige Klasse von Miele. Damit setzen beide Unternehmen ihre langjährige und erfolgreiche Zusammenarbeit fort. Schon die 2015 erstmals vorgestellte Generation 6000 nutzt ELinOS vor allem für das innovative Bedienkonzept mit einem Touchpad.
Karamba Security, a world-leading provider of embedded cyber security for connected systems, and SYSGO, the European leader of real time operating systems for safe and secure embedded applications, have entered into a partnership to enhance embedded security within connected vehicles.
At the Ferroviaria show in Milan, SYSGO and Kontron, one of the world's leading providers of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), will jointly present the SAFe-VX platform for safety-critical railway solutions.
SYSGO has been awarded a number of important additional industry-specific safety certifications from TÜV Süd and a Common Criteria security certification from the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) for its PikeOS real-time operating system.
Kontron and SYSGO have jointly started the development of an integrated platform for safety-critical railway solutions based on Kontron's SAFe-VX hardware. The aim is to provide customers with a solid and flexible basis for certifiable application in trains and signalling.
SYSGO will demonstrate various applications of its real-time operating system PikeOS at the embedded world 2019 trade show and conference, held from February 26 to 28 in Nuremberg, Germany. The operating system, which is the only one with a separation kernel certified to Common Criteria EAL 3+, will be demonstrated in various systems for the avionics, automotive and industrial (IIoT) industries. By strictly separating applications from each other, PikeOS ensures both functional safety and IT security, as well as hosting critical and non-critical applications on the same multicore platform.
SYSGO's PikeOS hypervisor has been certified according to Common Criteria EAL 3+. The subject of certification by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) is the separation kernel in PikeOS, which ensures a strict separation of applications running on the same hardware through spatial and temporal partitioning.Such a separation is required above all in security-critical systems and is generally mandatory for the certification of the overall system. The certification by the BSI was carried out for the PikeOS Separation Kernel Version 4.2.2 (build number s5400) for the platforms X86_64, ARMv7 and ARMv8.
As of October 2018, SYSGO GmbH, a Thales company, is an official "Development Partner" in the AUTOSAR consortium, a worldwide partnership developing the standardized software framework for intelligent mobility.