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Pedro Lopez from RTI talks about how they are enabling the software-defined vehicle (SDV) with ECU consolidation using a data-centric
framework with dynamic data sharing (DDS) middleware running on the NXP S32G processor. RTI provides a level of abstraction
using the DDS standard to make it easier to move processing from the edge of the vehicle to a gateway. A demonstration shows how
a vehicle zone with a microcontroller connected to GNSS and camera sensors can be processed in the S32G gateway/vehicle
computer. The RTI software is available as part of the NXP S32G Vehicle Integration Platform (GoldVIP). Close collaboration
between NXP hardware and RTI software helps customers transition to SDVs.