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Meet us at Embedded World 2019, February 26-28, at Hall 4, Booth 614

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Dear friends, customers and colleagues,

let RT-RK welcome you at this year's Embedded World 2019 show in Nuremberg, where we will highlight our latest products and services. We’d be happy to show you the solutions we’ve been developing and what they could mean to you.

The main topics are:

Platforms and services for self-driving cars (AD). Witness our implementation portfolio of software-driven solutions for autonomous cars, which fuel several major OEMs and Tier1s today. We are presenting the latest upgrade to the central car computer demonstration platform, now leveraging benefits of diversity through support for NVIDIA Xavier. The central car computer live demo shows how we diversify the actuation by utilizing various deep learning based approaches for vehicle front views, all within the control flow of AUTOSAR Adaptive, including Internet of Things integration and Over-the-Air update and diagnostics. Discuss with our experts how we can assist you in algorithm optimization, system software development, system integration and more.

Digital Cockpits. This year we showcase the platform integration work and our services in the digital cockpit domain. Our portfolio includes full utilization of Android Car over Hypervisor in a multi-screen and multimodal HMI environment. See the latest digital cockpit in action with up to date software stack including Android and safety domain splitting at our booth.

Hardware-in-the-Loop testing for automotive designs. See how our hardware solutions, such as Automotive Video Grabber, participate in a Hardware-in-the-Loop testing for modern automotive designs - covering logging and replay of video content for up to 2MPix raw video.