“Based on Open Source Software (OSS),” we will contribute to the people’s everyday life by providing safety and security to existing embedded devices through the creation of new technologies and businesses for the market.”
Many existing embedded devices are based on open source software (OSS).
For example, in the case of cars, Linux and Android are used in navigation systems and display audio equipment and OpenGL and OpenCV are used in ADAS (Advanced Driving Assistant System). These are only a few of many examples of the use of OSS in embedded devices.
We provide OSS-based technology and services related to the testing environment for devices incorporating OSS.
- Shoji Hatano
- Year of establishment
- November 2014
- Head office location
- Izumi First Square 6F, 1-21-27, Izumi, Higashi-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi, 461-0001, Japan
- Tokyo office
- Shinagawa KS Bldg.7F,2-4-15,Konan,Minato-ku,Tokyo,108-0075,Japan
- Organizations to which the company belongs
- R-Car Consortium
- Affiliated company
- OTSL Inc.
- Intellectual Highway, LLC.
Assisting the designing of hardware from scratch in various development phases, including POC prototyping, products prototyping, and supporting installation of software
We support hardware development implemented as part of products development.
We support designing, installation and testing in various development phases, including POC prototyping, products prototyping and mass production prototyping.
Supporting diversifying embedded devices with open source based technology
We support operating systems and middleware on which diversifying embedded devices are based with our open source based technology.
Software/Hardware Development Support
Supporting the development of software platforms for embedded devices
We support the development of edge devices used for industrial equipment and IoT systems with our expert knowledge of networks and real time control.
Widely supporting testing activities conducted for the purpose of quality improvement of products development
If problems occur and repairs become necessary after products release, that will increase the workload. We support quality improvement of customers’ products development by making available a broad range of open source based testing methods.
Widely supporting products development using open source software
While open source software may be used freely by anybody, it is entirely the responsibility of users themselves to resolve technical problems that may arise. We support customers’ products development by taking advantage of our abundance of experience.