Green Hills offers software development tools for automotive embedded computer applications

Green Hills Software Inc. in Santa Barbara, Calif., is introducing optimized software development tools for automotive embedded computer applications involving embedded real-time mission critical subsystems like airbags and brakes.

Jul 1st, 2009

Green Hills Software Inc. in Santa Barbara, Calif., is introducing optimized software development tools for automotive embedded computer applications involving embedded real-time mission critical subsystems like airbags and brakes. Green Hills developed its mission-critical software tools for embedded microcontrollers based on the Power Architecture technology developed by Freescale Semiconductor. Automotive systems designers in North America and Europe use Green Hills Software’s MULTI integrated development environment (IDE), optimizing C/C++ compilers, and high-speed hardware probes for mission-critical software in airbags, gateways, brakes, low-end engines, and entry-level instrument clusters, Green Hills officials say. Freescale chose Green Hills Software as a software launch partner for the company’s MPC560x and MPC563x microcontroller families. The MULTI IDE and high-speed Nexus hardware probes for the automotive 32-bit microcontrollers includes several automotive-tuned technologies and services. These services include optimizing C/C++ compilers; production Quality Code; High Speed Nexus Probes; and Frozen Branch Support. For additional information, visit Green Hills Software online at www.ghs.com.

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