Green Hills Software highlighted its automotive expertise at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. I talked with Robert Redfield, Director of Business Development, about the array of demos and products they had at the show.
The electric BMW iX was on display and Green Hillls tools and software were part of the mix. The discussion also touched on Green Hills' support for the eSync Alliance that just announced their eSync 2.0 specification for over-the-air (OTA) udpates.
Robert also talked about the company's collaboration with Apex.AI and their Robot Operating System, ROS 2-based ApexOS and middleware. This combination looks to streamline the safe and secure development of automotive software for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and self-driving cars that meet standards like ISO 26262.