Archive for September, 2017

ROHM’s New Power Supply IC Featuring the Industry’s Highest Step-Down Ratio: 60V Input →2.5V Output (at 2MHz)

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Proprietary Nano Pulse Control technology contributes to increased performance in 48V automotive systems

Kyoto and Santa Clara, Calif., – September 13, 2017 – ROHM has recently announced the availability of a DC/DC converter with built-in MOSFET that achieves the highest step-down ratio in the industry (at 2MHz) required for 48V automotive systems such as mild hybrid vehicles.

The BD9V100MUF-C integrates ultra-high-speed pulse control technology (Nano Pulse Control) created by combining proprietary circuit design and layout with original processes, enabling low voltage 2.5V output from 60V (max.) input at 2MHz (resulting in the industry’s highest step-down ratio: 24:1). This makes it possible to miniaturize peripheral components while at the same time configure voltage conversion from high to low voltages using a single IC whereas 2 or more ICs are conventionally required, contributing to greater miniaturization and simpler system design.

In recent years, in the automotive sector where energy savings and environmental performance are increasingly demanded, mild hybrid vehicles utilizing 48V systems that provide better cost performance than full hybrid cars and improve fuel efficiency over conventional 12V power supply systems are attracting increased attention.

However, while 2MHz operation is always required for automotive systems, until now there has not been a power supply IC capable of stepping down 48V to the 3.3V or 5V needed for ECU drive, typically involving 2-stage step down to an intermediate voltage such as 12V.

In response, ROHM leveraged its vertically integrated production system that includes analog design technology and power processes to develop an ultra-high-speed pulse control technology ‘Nano Pulse Control®’ that achieves a 1-chip power system.

Availability: Now (Samples), December 2017 (OEM quantities)

Key Features

The BD9V100MUF-C integrates ultra-high-speed pulse control technology (Nano Pulse Control) created by leveraging high voltage BiCDMOS processes and ultra-high-speed pulse control to achieve the industry’s highest step-down ratio through an unprecedented ON time of 9ns (switching ON time is the control pulse width of a power supply IC, in this case 10-9).

This makes low 3.3V or 5V (2.5V min.) output possible from high input voltages up to 60V for driving ECUs at 2MHz which will not affect the AM radio band (1.84MHz max.). The ability to provide voltage conversion from high to low voltages in systems such as 48V power supplies used in mild hybrid vehicles with a single IC halves the number of parts required, reducing application size and simplifying system design, while high-frequency operation enables the use of smaller external components (i.e. coils).

What is Nano Pulse Control?

Nano Pulse Control refers to ultra-fast pulse control technology achieved by combining analog circuit design, layout, and processes utilizing ROHM’s vertically integrated production system. This contributes to greater miniaturization and system simplification in 48V applications ranging from mild hybrid vehicles and industrial robots to base station sub power supplies.

About ROHM Semiconductor

ROHM Semiconductor is an industry leader in system LSI, discrete components and module products, utilizing the latest in semiconductor technology. ROHM’s proprietary production system, which includes some of the most advanced automation technology, is a major factor in keeping it at the forefront of the electronic component manufacturing industry. In addition to its development of electronic components, ROHM has also developed its own production system so that it can focus on specific aspects of customized product development. ROHM employs highly skilled engineers with expertise in all aspects of design, development and production. This allows ROHM the flexibility to take on a wide range of applications and projects and the capability to serve valuable clients in the automotive, telecommunication and computer sectors, as well as consumer OEMs.

Contact Information

Renesas Electronics and Codeplay Collaborate on OpenCL™ and SYCL™ for ADAS Solutions

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Open Standard Software Frameworks Facilitate Development Using Renesas’ R-Car SoCs to Deliver Computer Vision and Cognitive Processing

SANTA CLARA, Calif., September 12, 2017 ― Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Codeplay Software Ltd., experts in high-performance compilers and software optimization for multi-core processing, today announced their collaboration to deliver ComputeAorta™, Codeplay’s OpenCL open standard-based software framework for Renesas R-Car system-on-chips (SoCs). The framework will be available first on R-Car H3 as a proof of concept, then focusing on R-Car V3M and other R-Car SoCs of the Renesas autonomyTM Platform for advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) and automated driving. The new framework is designed to support software development for the R-Car’s latest image recognition IP, the IMP-X5, a multi-threading core optimized for computer vision and cognitive processing. Codeplay will also provide R-Car with ComputeCpp™, an implementation of the SYCL™ open standard, enabling single source C++ software for high level and object-oriented programming. The result of this collaboration provides developers with standard software development tools and support for a wide range of open source computer vision or open source deep learning software, such as TensorFlow™ library. Developers will be able to focus on innovation, while benefiting from the high performance and low-power benefits of the R-Car SoCs. They can reuse their initial software assets or take advantage of the latest innovations in computer vision and cognitive processing, minimize porting effort and accelerate time-to-market.

Codeplay and Renesas will be running OpenCL computer vision demonstrations on R-Car H3 SoC at AutoSens 2017, which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, from September 19-21, at Codeplay booth #28.

“Computing performance is an essential factor in enabling highly-advanced computing platforms for autonomous cars” said Jean-Francois Chouteau, Vice President of Renesas Global ADAS Centre. “Renesas’ exclusive IMP-X5 computer vision IP plays a key role within the R-Car SoCs to deliver these advanced features and enhance safety. Giving access to Renesas’ computer vison hardware with OpenCL and SYCL through collaboration with Codeplay will enable our customers to accelerate time-to-market while achieving an outstanding performance benefit in their ADAS designs. This demonstrates the value of our “Renesas autonomy” platform for ADAS and automated driving.”

“OpenCL is a widely adopted open standard providing an efficient framework to support heterogeneous computing platforms,” said Andrew Richards, CEO, Codeplay. “Our ComputeAorta and ComputeCpp platforms will enable advanced vision and deep learning developers to use the familiar programming standards of OpenCL and SYCL and quickly benefit from R-Car’s advanced IMP-X5 computer vision IP.”

Key features of the ComputeAorta and ComputeCpp software frameworks for R-Car

Ÿ High computing performance from multi-threading frameworks

The ComputeAorta framework provides an OpenCL hardware abstraction layer that enables Tier1s and OEMs to take advantage of the full computing performance from Renesas R-Car SoCs, especially IMP-X5 computer vision IP. ComputeCpp extends OpenCL with a SYCL open standard implementation providing an efficient programming environment for multithread execution on heterogeneous cores. By using these frameworks, users can take full benefit of IMP-X5 computing performance from tailored multi-thread processing.

Ÿ Faster time-to-market by reducing development efforts

OpenCL and SYCL support enables developers to use C/C++ standard programming language, helping them easily reuse their software assets, and work using a familiar development environment, without additional efforts to learn hardware detail

Ÿ Leverage Open-source ecosystem frameworks

Developers and system manufacturers can now benefit from OpenCL and SYCL support with a wide support community for a range of open-source computer-vision and cognitive processing software accelerating development of complex AI applications.

Renesas and Codeplay will provide a proof-of-concept implementation of OpenCL and SYCL on the R-Car H3 SoC in Q4 2017. The implementation on R-Car V3M SoC will be made available in Q1 2018.

For more information about Renesas, follow Renesas Electronics America at @RenesasAmerica on Twitter and http://www.facebook.com/RenesasAmerica.

About Renesas Electronics Corporation

Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723) delivers trusted embedded design innovation with complete semiconductor solutions that enable billions of connected, intelligent devices to enhance the way people work and live—securely and safely. The number one global supplier of microcontrollers, and a leader in Analog & Power and SoC products, Renesas provides the expertise, quality, and comprehensive solutions for a broad range of Automotive, Industrial, Home Electronics (HE), Office Automation (OA) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications to help shape a limitless future. Learn more at renesas.com.

About Codeplay

Codeplay is internationally recognized for expertise in heterogeneous systems, and has many years of experience with OpenCL™, SYCL™, Vulkan™ and specialized tools for complex processor architectures. Codeplay is enabling advanced vision processing and machine learning C++ applications using ComputeAorta, an implementation of OpenCL for heterogeneous processing, and ComputeCpp™, a product based on the SYCL open standard for single-source programming using completely standard C++. Codeplay has earned a reputation as one of the global leaders in compute processing systems. For more information, visit www.codeplay.com.

Contact Information

Renesas Technology America, Inc.

450 Holger Way
San Jose, CA, 95134
USA

tele: 408.382.7500
www.renesas.com

Nextchip License CEVA Imaging and Vision Platform for ADAS Vision System

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

APACHE4 pre-processor includes fully-programmable CEVA-XM4 DSP providing complete flexibility for a variety of ADAS applications, varieties of ADAS workloads, including image enhancement, feature extraction and classification; Companies to attend AutoSens Conference in Brussels, 19-21 September

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., – September 12, 2017 – CEVA, Inc. (NASDAQ: CEVA), the leading licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, today announced that Nextchip Co. Ltd., a fabless company specializing in embedded vision applications for ADAS systems, has licensed the CEVA-XM4 imaging and vision platform for its APACHE4 vision-based pre-processor targeted at real-time ADAS vision systems. Nextchip have incorporated CEVA’s programmable vision platform into the APACHE4 alongside its differentiated image processing accelerators to enable advanced and affordable ADAS applications.

CEVP159_Apache_4_chip_HRES

Kyoungsoo Kim, CEO of Nextchip commented: “We developed the APACHE4 to provide affordable and scalable ADAS systems for the mass market. CEVA’s industry-leading vision platform adds a high degree of flexibility to our solution to enable differentiated, machine vision-related ADAS products. CEVA’s long-standing experience and success in computer vision and artificial intelligence makes them the ideal partner for Nextchip to address new generations of ADAS systems.”

APACHE4 is a vision-based pre-processor SoC targeting next-generation ADAS systems. With a dedicated sub-system of image processing accelerators and optimized software, APACHE4 dramatically reduces the main ECU’s workloads by as much as 70% with improved performance, to allow all detection algorithms to operate simultaneously. The APACHE4 incorporates dedicated detection engines that include pedestrian detection, vehicle detection, lane detection and moving object detection. The embedded CEVA-XM4 imaging and vision platform enables customers to develop differentiated ADAS applications by means of high-level software programming.

Gideon Wertheizer, CEO of CEVA commented: “Nextchip’s selection of the CEVA-XM4 is another endorsement of the unique capabilities of our vision IP and its value proposition for the ADAS market. The APACHE4 brings key ADAS features within reach of every car manufacturer and model, moving us closer to a world of enhanced driver safety and, ultimately, safer roads.”

CEVA’s latest generation imaging and vision DSP platforms address the extreme processing requirements and low power constraints of the most sophisticated machine learning and machine vision applications used in smartphones, surveillance, augmented reality, sense and avoid drones and self-driving cars. These DSP-based platforms include a hybrid architecture composed of scalar and vector DSP processors coupled with a comprehensive Application Development Kit (ADK) to streamline software deployment. The CEVA ADK includes: CEVA-Link for seamless software level integration with a host processor; a range of widely used and optimized software algorithms; the CEVA Deep Neural Network (CDNN2) real-time Neural Network software framework which streamlines machine learning deployment at a fraction of the power consumption of the leading GPU-based systems; and state-of-the-art development and debugging tools. For more information, visit http://www.ceva-dsp.com/app/imaging-computer-vision/

CEVA and Nextchip will attend the AutoSens Conference, as part of AutoWorld, in Brussels, September 19-21, 2017. For more information or to schedule a meeting with CEVA experts, contact events@ceva-dsp.com or visit http://www.ceva-dsp.com/event/autosens-brussels-2017/. To schedule a meeting with Nextchip, contact sales@nextchip.com.

About Nextchip Co. Ltd.
Nextchip is a leading vision technology provider in semiconductor field, for embedded vision applications from video surveillance to automotive. Since 1997, Nextchip has created innovative image processing techniques and grown significant market share over two decades. With these highly mature vision technologies, Nextchip provides wide-ranging knowhow and experience including evaluation and assessment. As a vision expert, providing differentiated technical expertise and securing optimized IPs from our proprietary algorithms are the key competencies of Nextchip’s approach towards ADAS market. For more information, visit http://www.nextchip.com/eng/ and follow us LinkedIn.

About CEVA, Inc.
CEVA is the leading licensor of signal processing IP for a smarter, connected world. We partner with semiconductor companies and OEMs worldwide to create power-efficient, intelligent and connected devices for a range of end markets, including mobile, consumer, automotive, industrial and IoT. Our ultra-low-power IPs for vision, audio, communications and connectivity include comprehensive DSP-based platforms for LTE/LTE-A/5G baseband processing in handsets, infrastructure and machine-to-machine devices, computer vision and computational photography for any camera-enabled device, audio/voice/speech and ultra-low power always-on/sensing applications for multiple IoT markets. For connectivity, we offer the industry’s most widely adopted IPs for Bluetooth (low energy and dual mode), Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac up to 4×4) and serial storage (SATA and SAS). Visit us at www.ceva-dsp.com and follow us on Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

Contact Information

CEVA Inc.

1943 Landings Drive
Mountain View, CA, 94043
USA

tele: +1 650 417 7900
sales@ceva-dsp.com
http://www.ceva-dsp.com/index.php

Renesas Electronics High-Performance Automotive Chips Adopted by Nissan for its New LEAF Automated-Parking System

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

SANTA CLARA, Calif., September 7, 2017 ― Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions today announced that its R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) for car infotainment and advanced driving assistant systems (ADAS) as well as its RH850 automotive control microcontroller (MCU) have been adopted by Nissan for the ProPILOT Park, a full-fledged automated-parking system, of its new LEAF, Nissan’s new 100 percent electric vehicle which debuted on September 6, 2017.

The R-Car SoC adopted in the ProPILOT Park of the new Nissan LEAF recognizes spaces adequate for parking, verifies that there are no obstacles in the way, and handles the role of issuing control commands for acceleration, braking, steering and shifting. The R-Car SoC includes Renesas’ exclusive parallel image processor (IMP) dedicated for image processing. The IMP takes the high-resolution images from the latest automotive CMOS digital cameras and performs high-speed, low-power signal processing. The RH850 MCU accepts the chassis control commands from the R-Car SoC and transmits these commands to the various electronic control units (ECUs) used. This enables the Nissan LEAF’s ProPILOT Park to achieve safe and reliable parking operation.

“As part of our efforts to promote the spread of the driving assistant technologies, Nissan has been the pioneer in the industry in around view monitor implementation thanks to Renesas’ image processors,” said Takashi Yoshizawa, Vice President and Alliance Global Director of EE and Systems Engineering Division, at Nissan Motor Corporation. “I am very pleased that together with Renesas we were able to bring the ProPILOT Park, which is a full-fledged automated-parking features in our new Nissan LEAF.”

“We believe from our expertise and long-time experience in the automotive area that, in addition to achieving performance and quality, the balance between the control of heat, space, and other parameters is also essential,” said Ryuji Omura, Executive Vice President, Renesas Electronics Corporation. “We are proud that our track record has been recognized with the adoption of our automotive chips in Nissan’s new automated-parking system. Renesas is poised to delivering innovative technologies for autonomous driving to foster the advancement of the automotive industry.”

Based on the newly-launched Renesas autonomy™, a new advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving platform, Renesas enables a safe, secure, and convenient driving experience by providing innovative solutions for next-generation car.

For more information about Renesas, follow Renesas Electronics America at @RenesasAmerica on Twitter and http://www.facebook.com/RenesasAmerica.

About Renesas Electronics Corporation

Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723) delivers trusted embedded design innovation with complete semiconductor solutions that enable billions of connected, intelligent devices to enhance the way people work and live—securely and safely. The number one global supplier of microcontrollers, and a leader in Analog & Power and SoC products, Renesas provides the expertise, quality, and comprehensive solutions for a broad range of Automotive, Industrial, Home Electronics (HE), Office Automation (OA) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications to help shape a limitless future. Learn more at renesas.com.

Contact Information

Renesas Technology America, Inc.

450 Holger Way
San Jose, CA, 95134
USA

tele: 408.382.7500
www.renesas.com

Synopsys Experts, Customers and Partners to Present the Latest Trends and Technologies in Embedded Processor Solutions

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

ARC Processor Summit Attendees Will Learn about Solutions to Address Design Challenges in IoT Security, Automotive Safety and Embedded Vision Applications

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

WHEN: Tuesday, September 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Santa Clara Marriott, 2700 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, CA

REGISTER: www.synopsys.com/ARCsummit

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS), will host a free one-day conference focused on the latest technologies and trends in processor IP, software development and programming tools optimized for use in embedded devices. In this multi-track event, ARC® processor users, ecosystem partners and Synopsys experts will discuss how to address a wide range of design challenges with the latest hardware and software solutions for low-power and high-performance embedded applications. Following the sessions, participants will have the opportunity to network with fellow attendees, ARC partners and Synopsys staff as well as see a variety of live partner and Synopsys demonstrations showcasing a range of solutions including embedded vision, voice enhancement, security and debug.

The ARC Processor Summit will open with a morning keynote presentation by Jeff Bier, Founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance and President of BDTI, who will describe how artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are transforming many types of electronic products, now and in the future.

Register now at: www.synopsys.com/ARCsummit

PRESENTATION TOPICS INCLUDE:

Hardware Track

Living on the IoT Edge – Doing More with Less
Accelerating DSP Algorithms using ARC Processors Extension (APEX) Technology in ARC EM9D/11D Processors
IoT Demo Platform: Foundry, IP, Services
Using Design Time Analysis to Test Security Countermeasures Implemented in ARC SEM Processors
No More Excuses: Secure Your SoC from IP Building Blocks to End-to-End Systems
Migrating to Synopsys ARC EM Processors to Accelerate Automotive Safety Product Designs
Play it Safe with the ARC EM Safety Island
Machine Learning for Low-Power IoT Devices
Enabling Performance-Intensive RISC and DSP Applications with New Superscalar ARC HS4x/D Processors

Software Track

Detecting and Avoiding Common RTOS-Related Bugs
The Zephyr Project: This Year, Next Year
Programming DSP Processors Efficiently and with Ease
Sound Processing in Smart Home Devices – The System Approach
OpenThread: Tales from the Front Lines
Building an Embedded Linux Distribution for Your ARC Processor-based Platform
Full-featured Hardware Platforms to Accelerate Your ARC Software Development
Secure, Java-programmable Ecosystem on ARC SEM Processors for End-Point Devices with Sensors and Data Processing Capabilities
The Secrets of Building Secure IoT Edge Devices: ARC SecureShield™
Easing Trace Debug in SoCs with Multiple Processor Architectures

Embedded Vision Track

Eliminate Processor Bottlenecks with Tightly Integrated Processing Units for Embedded Vision
Automated Parallel Kernel Processing using OpenVX™
New and Emerging Standards for Embedded Vision Programming
Efficient Acceleration of OpenCV on Next-Generation EV6x Embedded Vision Processor
OpenCL™ C for Efficient Programming of SIMD Machines
Scene Classification: Deep Learning for Mobile
Practical Considerations for Mapping a CNN Graph to an Embedded Vision Processor
Progressive Pruning of CNNs to Reduce Memory Size and Bandwidth
The Evolving Neural Network: Understanding and Applying the Latest CNN Techniques

About Synopsys

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) is the Silicon to Software™ partner for innovative companies developing the electronic products and software applications we rely on every day. As the world’s 15th largest software company, Synopsys has a long history of being a global leader in electronic design automation (EDA) and semiconductor IP and is also growing its leadership in software security and quality solutions. Whether you’re a system-on-chip (SoC) designer creating advanced semiconductors, or a software developer writing applications that require the highest security and quality, Synopsys has the solutions needed to deliver innovative, high-quality, secure products. Learn more at https://www.synopsys.com/

Contact Information

Synopsys, Inc.

700 E. Middlefield Road
Mountain View, CA, 94043
USA

tele: 650.584.5000
www.synopsys.com

OSR uses PikeOS for AI-based Automotive Platform

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

SYSGO AG, the leading European supplier of real time operating systems, has entered into a partnership with OSR Enterprises AG, a Swiss based automotive Tier-1 supplier which has built a next generation automotive platform based on artificial Intelligence (AI). As part of the collaboration, SYGSO’s PikeOS will be integrated into OSR’s automotive multi-domain AI Brain platform for autonomous driving and the Internet of Vehicles.

The AI Brain platform has been developed to support the platform consolidation strategies of global OEMs in the automotive market and to deliver new secured data-driven business models. It combines the functionalities of multiple electronic control units (ECUs) in a single Multi-Domain in-vehicle infrastructure. Using PikeOS, OSR can consolidate applications in a safe and secure manner by strictly separating them from each other while still running them on a single hardware platform. PikeOS is based on a secure and certified separation kernel which creates individual partitions for different applications or domains, thus supporting consolidation strategies without sacrificing security or safety. It has been proven in the aviation industry for more than a decade and is already being used in serial production by some major automotive OEMs.

“The upcoming automotive change in vehicular networks will require much more speed and agility but at the same time as a key element of our design methodology we see a must in building our technology while elevating security, safety and compliance with new regulations which we predict will be required for the new era of mobility”, says Ms. Orit Shifman, Group CEO and Founder of OSR. “Partnering with SYSGO and their high integrity OS as well as their conformity with the strict requirements of aerospace integrations, fits perfectly with our comprehensive, uncompromising security approach. This is the reason why we chose SYSGO as part of our multi-domain’s management logic.” says Ms. Shifman.

Maintaining a strict separation between individual applications on a consolidated hardware is a key prerequisite for a safe and secure implementation. Separation screens critical applications from less critical ones, avoids spreading of malfunctions or even attacks from one application to another and allows a “Security by Design” approach to automotive applications. PikeOS supports separation on single and multicore MCUs as well as on OSR’s Multi-Domain architecture. Together with PikeOS, SYSGO offers its customers a comprehensive safety & security manual as well as consulting and certification services across the entire lifecycle of their application or system.

“The integration of PikeOS in OSR’s platforms creates a unique added value for us”, said Dr. Ciwan Gouma, responsible for Business Development Automotive at SYSGO. The opportunity to contribute our vast knowledge in secured and safe OS while becoming a part of OSR’s multi-domain architecture, positions us together as an automotive innovator. The combination of OSR’s cutting-edge platform and our secured real time operating system PikeOS is a game changer in terms of agility and the capabilities to quickly meet growing needs of automotive OEMs for the next phase of system consolidation. What PikeOS is doing for cars is exactly what we did in avionics 15 years ago.”

The joint offering will be demonstrated at the formal launch of OSR Enterprises AG’s multi-domain AI Brain to a global automotive audience at the IAA New Mobility World at the IAA 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany taking place September 12-17, 2017 – Hall 3.1, Booth C41


About OSR Enterprises AG
OSR Enterprises AG is a privately held company with its headquarters in Switzerland, founded in 2011. OSR’s R&D team accumulates decades of experience in both Hardware and Software. As a Tier 1 supplier to car manufacturers, OSR has developed a Multi-Domain AI Brain to control and manage autonomous driving and the Internet of Vehicles. Its AI system can port multiple electronic control units, governing areas like communication and human-machine interface functions fused into a single system, while giving each domain its own AI functionality. The R&D team is comprised of some of the world’s leading artificial intelligence and cybersecurity experts including former members of classified technological intelligence units. The company has research and development centers in Israel and Switzerland.

About SYSGO AG
SYSGO has been offering operating systems and services for embedded systems since 1991 and with ELinOS it is a pioneer in the use of Linux in the embedded market. For security-critical applications, the company has been offering Hypervisor PikeOS since 2005, which today is the world’s first SIL 4 certified operating system for multicore processors and the foundation for intelligent devices in the Internet of things. SYSGO is the leading European operating systems manufacturer and supports customers like Samsung, Airbus, Thales, Continental, etc. with the formal certification of software in compliance with international standards for functional security and IT security in markets such as aerospace and defence, industrial automation, automotive, railway engineering, medical technology and network infrastructures. SYSGO belongs to the European Thales Group, has branch offices in Germany, France, the Czech Republic and the UK, and maintains a world-wide distribution network.

Contact Information

SYSGO

Am Pfaffenstein 14
Klein-Winternheim, 55270
Germany

tele: +49 6136 99480
info@sysgo.com
www.sysgo.com