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Embedded Software Designs & Releases

Release date: 4/26/2018 10:00:00 AM

Logic2day brings you innovative designs with their development challenges and new releases from our partners in embedded solutions.


Reliance Edge Failsafe File System Availabe for Green Hills Assurance INTEGRITY Operating System

Green Hills Software, the worldwide leader in high assurance operating systems, and Datalight Inc., the leading developer of power failsafe file systems and flash memory drivers for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), are excited to announce the immediate availability of the Datalight Reliance Edge™ file system for Green Hills safe and secure INTEGRITY® real-time operating system (RTOS).

Keil MDK for Avnet IoT Starter Kit

Avnet has selected Keil MDK as the software development solution for the AT&T IoT Starter Kit. This new IoT starter kit enables power-efficient LTE-M cellular connectivity and the user-friendly MDK Microcontroller Development Kit helps to speed-up the overall development process.

Why your future success depends on your software strategy

More than ever, society is dreaming of an utopian future where “Smart” technologies such as AI, IOT, Big Data and Autonomous Vehicles improve quality of life for the majority of the world’s populace. How to win the race to achieve dominance in "Smart" products and services?

Design Cases

Niko: iOS Design on Embedded Hardware in Three Days

Niko took the chance to test the possibilities of realizing their stunning GUI design on an embedded platform in our live UI workshop by TouchGFX at Embedded World. An offer given by Logic Technology who took the initiative of setting up the live UI workshop and approached Niko for participating. A challenging story of designing, coding and testing in a live setting on Embedded World.

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Meet Chris: The Co-driver for Your Car

“As long as something is called a technology, it’s simply not ready for the user”, … once claimed. Although this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s a good thing we have companies like German Autolabs who do their utmost best to pave the road towards more accessible and user-friendly technological advancements.

In the summer of 2018 they’ll launch the world’s first digital assistant for drivers. Patrick Weissert, CPO of German Autolabs, calls it: “a new way of interacting with your car.” Well, we like to refer to the device by its actual name: Chris. Now let’s get acquainted!