April 21, 2023
Introducing...Our Open Source Demo!
We’re proud to announce a major milestone in our journey: the first Rust automotive software stack running on the world’s #1 automotive processor: The Infineon Aurix and an open-source demo!
For the past two years, we’ve been hard at work developing cutting-edge technology pushing us to the forefront of software-defined vehicles.
Infineon Technologies creates some of the most cutting-edge and powerful semiconductors in the world. Hightec produces safe, flexible, compilers. We’re partnering with both of them to develop our new demo, which showcases the capabilities of Rust in an automotive software use-case. And, we believe in empowering the global tech community. That means we’re letting you try it out open-source!
Our demo highlights the power of the Rust programming language and a modern type-state programming paradigm, which allows developers to access automotive peripherals in an Electronic Control Unit (ECU) with greater ease and efficiency. By utilizing Rust’s safety guarantees and type-state’s strict compile-time checks, our demo enables the development of highly reliable and secure automotive software.
🔗 Get started with our open-source demo here: https://github.com/veecle
🌟 Key Features:
- Rust programming language for increased safety and performance
- Type-state programming paradigm reduces logical errors and increases code maintainability
- Open-source demo available for the world to explore and learn
- 5 GitHub projects, split into tricore-probe (a probe-run for Infineon Aurix), the Peripheral Access Crate (PAC) for Aurix Tricore, the Runtime, the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) and the entire Demo application code.
We can’t wait to share this demo with the developer community. We’re sure its going to inspire further innovation in the realm of software-defined vehicles. We invite you to explore our open-source demo and see for yourself how Rust and type-state programming can revolutionize the automotive software landscape.