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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.
Connected cars are a reality, most modern vehicles on the road nowadays have some form of connectivity to the open world. This raises important challenges on multiple software integration and cybersecurity. To address this challenge, Thales, through its German company Sysgo, and Vector, the Stuttgart-based specialist for automotive embedded electronics founded a joint-venture to address the critical issue of multiple software managing multiple – often safety-critical – functions.
Thales has chosen SYSGO's Real Time Operating System PikeOS for an innovative cockpit the company is currently developing. The Integrated Cockpit Display System (ICDS) will be the first real world implementation of Thales' "Avionics 2020" concept for next generation cockpit systems.
SYSGO GmbH is joining forces with the Linux Foundation to actively participate in their Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project. In this open-source project, renowned automotive manufacturers and suppliers will work alongside hardware and software manufacturers to develop and implement a completely open software stack for the connected car.
The IT companies Vector and SYSGO have founded a joint venture for the development of embedded software. The aim of the cooperation is to create an integrated software platform consisting of the AUTOSAR adaptive basic software MICROSAR and the real-time operating system PikeOS.
SYSGO has launched version 6.2 of its Linux operating system – ELinOS – which is optimised for embedded applications. The new version is based on Linux kernel 4.9 with long-term support and real-time upgrades, and now supports Yocto Linux project kernels via a "generic platform BSP" too. ELinOS Security Services also help to close security loopholes quickly.
SYSGO GmbH, the leading European supplier of real time operating systems, has entered into a partnership with OSR Enterprises AG, a Swiss based automotive Tier-1 supplier which has built a next generation automotive platform based on artificial Intelligence (AI). As part of the collaboration, SYGSO’s PikeOS will be integrated into OSR’s automotive multi-domain AI Brain platform for autonomous driving and the Internet of Vehicles
The two German manufacturers SYSGO and Lauterbach have signed a co-marketing agreement, expanding their partnership of 15 years. The objective is to provide common clients that use Lauterbach's debugging tools from the TRACE32® family together with SYSGO's real-time operating system PikeOS® with even better support and to mutually set up new projects.