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Embedded World 2018 Slides on Automotive bring up of Many-Core AUTOSAR RTOS using Virtual Platforms


This paper by Atsushi Shinbo and Shuzo Tanaka of eSOL TRINITY Co., Ltd., Masaki Gondo, eSOL Co., Ltd., Duncan Graham and Larry Lapides, Imperas Software Ltd., discusses a Virtual Platform Environment for the bring up and test of a secure many-core RTOS for Automotive use. It presents the RTOS challenge on automotive systemsa and covers Virtual Platforms for software development, the building of virtual platforms, information on eMCOS RTOS and AUTOSAR, and discusses how to debug and test an RTOS. These are the slides presented.