Arccore (Sweden) has released version 11.0.0 of its software development kit Arctic Studio and its embedded Autosar platform Arctic Core. The release adds support for Autosar 4.2.2 and communication stack importers.
IN RELEASE 11.0.0, IMPORTING A SYSTEM CONFIGURATION from an ECU extract to a BSW configuration has been improved. Adding ECU extract importers for Ethernet and Flexray stacks, the tool supports a multitude of modules in the communication stack. Using a complete ECU extract offers a configuration base in the basic software for CAN, LIN, Ethernet and Flexray networks.
Arctic Studio 11.0.0 is now based on Artop 4.5. It adds a Some/Ip transformer for setting up Ethernet communication using RTE transformers and LDCOM. The RTE generator has gained several features, such as support for transformers from Autosar 4.2.2, enabling inter-ECU communication such as client-server communication between different ECUs. Other Autosar 4.2.2 supported features include PR-ports, plus an improved support for compu methods.
Arctic Core 11.0.0 has support for several boards: Freescale MPC5668G, Renesas RH850 F1L, and the Xilinx Zynq 7000, which are now qualified for ASIL A. With the release, support has been added for Flexray and for Ethernet 4.2.
Arccore is an independent software company providing Autosar solutions to the global automotive market. Its products include embedded software platforms and development tools and can be accessed from the company’s homepage. Arccore supports all stages in the software development process providing both open source and commercial license terms.
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