Visit our locations at CES

OpenSynergy’s technology will be presented  at several booths and events from January 8th to 11th, 2019 in Las Vegas.

Come and see our latest technology at

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
300 Paradise Road
Desert Suite no 2991

There will be live demonstrations of

  • OpenSynergy’s Safety Concept for a Linux-based instrument cluster based on COQOS Hypervisor SDK. TÜV SÜD has confirmed that this concept satisfies the safety requirements for the correct rendering of telltales up to ISO 26262 ASIL-B.
  • OpenSynergy’s Shared Display Feature, which gives full flexibility and control how information is rendered on multiple displays in the vehicle.
  • OpenSynergy’s Remote GPU takes virtualization to the next level: it enables several software systems to share the GPU power and displays available on different ECUs in the car, even running SoC’s produced by different vendors.

Contact:
Paulina Burczynska
P: +49 30 6098 540-60
E: Paulina.burczynska@opensynergy.com

 

GENIVI CES 2019 Networking Event

You also find a live demonstration of our solution for a Safe Multi-Display cockpit controller at the GENIVI CES 2019 Networking Event on Thuesday, January 8th, 2019, 06:00 p.m.

Bellagio Las Vegas
Grand Ballroom #2 and #5
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Qualcomm

Convention Center
North Hall Booth: #5609
Qualcomm shows OpenSynergy’s Safe Multi-Display Cockpit Solution that enables to run an IC and an IVI infotainment system on a single Qualcomm S820 while providing freedom from interference.

 

 

 

GlobalLogic

Westgate Las Vegas
Suite # 1910

GlobalLogic demonstrates OpenSynergy’s hypervisor running a Linux and an Android on a single SoC. Due to GPU virtualization, the system runs customizable infotainment SW and mission-critical operational SW on one display.

Telechips

The Palazzo Resort Hotel
OpenSynergy and Telechips work together on a Cockpit Controller: An instrument cluster, a head-up display and an infotainment system are integrated with OpenSynergy’s COQOS Hypervisor SDK running on the TCC803x (Dolphin+) of Telechips.