Green Hills offers software support for TI TDA2x processors for mission-critical applications
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., 23 Jan. 2015. Green Hills Software in Santa Barbara, Calif., is offering software support for the for the Texas Instruments (TI) TDA2x processor product family and TI's Vision SDK for applications in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and similar mission-critical applications.
Green Hills officials have made their company's Integrity real-time operating system, Integrity multivisor virtualization solution, and automotive safety and security products available for the TI processors.
This enables single system performance with safety and security for ADAS. Leveraging Integrity this automotive platform will enable tier-1 defense contractors and automotive OEMs to reduce integration complexity and time-to-market, company officials say.
The TI TDA2x ADAS system on chip brings device integration, flexibility, and scalability to ADAS, Green Hills officials say. TDA2x includes IP blocks on one device, including two Cortex-A15 applications processors, four Cortex-M4 processors, two C66x DSPs, four TI Embedded Vision Engine (EVE) processors, two SGX544 graphics processors, high-definition video processor, and connectivity peripherals.
The TDA2x and its Vision SDK framework are designed enable engineers to develop and deploy multiple high-performance ADAS algorithms that run concurrently within the chip.
Key capabilities include hardware accelerated 3D graphics running natively on Integrity real-time operating system; Cortex-A15 hypervisor support, including hosting of TI's Linux guest operating systems; Green Hills Software's FIPS 140-2 and NSA Suite B cryptographic library for ARM architecture; and ISO 26262 certification and life cycle support for both development tools and RTOS.
For more information contact Green Hills Software online at www.ghs.com.