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According to Automotive News, a company called Movimento is using a two-step process that involves Bluetooth, and requires an intermediary smartphone for OTA updates.Intel in automotive According to Intel’s Caviasca, “nearly all” of today’s autonomous vehicle prototypes run on Intel processors.The central component of Arynga’s OTA technology is its Linux-based, GENIVI compatible Car Sync platform.This “intelligent vehicle software management system” is said to allow OEMs and Tier One automotive suppliers to provide both software-over-the-air (SOTA) and firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) updates.Last summer, Intel announced it was integrating Arynga’s Car Sync in the Intel IIVS solution.
More recently, vendors specializing in mobile ARM processors like Nvidia and Qualcomm have targeted the ADAS and self-driving markets.
Yogitech’s Linux-ready fault Robust family of chip design tool suites helps chip designers bake in functional safety features in processors.
The target is primarily automotive, but the tools also support industrial automation, railway, and biomedical applications.
We can’t confirm that, but we know that Google’s self-driving prototypes have run Ubuntu on Intel processors.
Intel first got into the ADAS and self-driving car game back in 2012, when it established the 0 million Intel Capital Connected Car Fund to invest in advanced automotive technologies.