About This Training
The transition to zonal architectures, with legacy heavy networks that need to meet new requirements, presents a major challenge. Designs based on the S32G vehicle network processor with its variants, can act as a bridge for domain and zonal next-gen E/E architectures.
The combined solution from NXP, GuardKnox and Green Hills Software is a scalable and flexible mixed-criticality system, which can be used across multiple vehicle platforms while easing the transition to the software defined vehicle. Safe, secure, consolidated and service-oriented—the platform can help overcome existing limitations and current constraints. GuardKnox, NXP and Green Hills Software are partnering and demonstrating how to make such a transition a reality for the software-defined vehicle today.