GENIVI 2.0-compliant IVI platform

  • 23-Aug-2012 08:22 EDT

The Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution called Mentor Embedded IVI Base Platform from Mentor Graphics includes new GENIVI 2.0 features such as audio manager support and lower-level system management functions. According to the company, target hardware platform support includes the Sabre and SabreLite IVI solutions from Freescale, specifically targeted at the IVI marketplace. The Mentor Embedded IVI Linux Solution integrates graphics, communication, and multimedia middleware with libraries, system infrastructure, and management components on top of Linux, as well as drivers for specific hardware. Mentor Embedded development tools and services provide a comprehensive solution for automotive OEMs and their suppliers, enabling them to build the next generation of IVI systems and include open source software components.

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