eSOL Co.,Ltd., Japan
The emergence of the new software platform, OS, and tools for heterogeneous multi-manycore computing
It is clear that systems are becoming more intelligent and also more integrated/aggregated. The example ranges from self-driving cars, intelligent robotics, edge computing, and the list go on. From the semiconductor technology point of view, heterogeneous multi-manycore is an obvious choice but the challenge lies in leveraging its capability in software.Through years of efforts in researches, development, and industrial efforts, now a new commercial-grade software platform such as AUTOSAR Adaptive, an OS with a scalable architecture and tools are finally beginning to emerge. This talks will provide a holistic view of all these new developments that the speaker has been working on in recent years.
Masaki is SEVP/CTO/Head of Software Division at eSOL, the company that provides POSIX/AUTOSAR/TRON RTOS, various embedded software development tools and full-stack engineering services. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field of OS architecture and related technologies for use in a wide range of embedded system applications including automotive, industrial, and electronic appliances. In the last decade he is working on a scalable heterogenous-multi-manycore OS called eMCOS, application parallelization tools eMBP, domain-knowledge-based-machine-learned driver models eBRAD, Scrum development eWeaver, and functional safety. He also acts as an architect of AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform specification, IEEE Std. 2804 SHIM WG Chair, Vice-chair of Embedded Multicore Consortium, Chief Architect for AUBASS, visiting research fellow at Advanced Multicore Processor Research Institute at Waseda University, among others.
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