OpenSynergy provides embedded software products for the next generation of vehicles. Our hypervisor and communication products pave the way for an integrated driving experience.
The virtualization platform COQOS Hypervisor SDK supports the convergence of software-based vehicle functions with different requirements on safety and security. It is designed for multi-display cockpit controllers, smart antennae or powerful domain controllers using a mix of AUTOSAR technology and open solutions, such as Linux and Android.
OpenSynergy’s communication stacks allow the wireless connection between the car and the cloud or between the car and mobile devices. OpenSynergy’s Blue SDK is the reference Bluetooth® implementation for many OEMs around the world.
Our engineering services complement the products.
Visit our locations at CES 2019
OpenSynergy is showing its technologies at five locations: in OpenSynergy's suite, at the Qualcomm booth, in the suites of GlobalLogic and Telechips and at the GENIVI CES 2019 Networking Event.
TÜV SÜD: Linux-based Instrument Cluster concept is suitable for safe developments
OpenSynergy has developed a guard mechanism that ensures that the safety relevant telltales on digital instrument clusters are correctly displayed.
Virtualization on Microcontrollers with COQOS Micro SDK
What was previously possible on application processors in infotainment and connectivity now also comes to the real-time processors and microcontrollers.
Visit our locations at CES
OpenSynergy is showing its latest technologies at five locations: at the Qualcomm booth, in the suites of GlobalLogic and Telechips and at the GENIVI CES 2019 Networking Event.
OpenSynergy again at CES
OpenSynergy is going to present live demonstrations at CES 2019 again at the private suite at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, Desert Suite No. 2991, close to the convention center.
Director of Quality at auto:CODE conference
Irwin Fletcher, Director of Quality at OpenSynergy, will give a presentation on “Agile Software development and ISO26262” at auto:CODE, a conference taking place on November 19th and 20th in Berlin.