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  • Axivion Suite chosen by Apex.AI for software development for autonomous vehicles

    Date: 19th May, 2021

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    Axivion’s static analysis tool supports the development and certification of Apex.OS and Apex.Middleware

    Axivion, a provider for innovative software solutions for static code analysis and protection from software erosion, is now helping to pave the way for autonomous driving and software-defined vehicles. Apex.AI, a company developing breakthrough safety-certified automotive software, has chosen the Axivion Suite as their preferred tool for static analysis – mainly because of its high coverage of the AUTOSAR C++ 14 standard and easy integration to Continuous Integration (CI). Axivion Suite not only supports the development of Apex.OS, a safe, secure and reliable software communication layer for self-driving applications, and Apex.Middleware, a complete and integrated solution for both intra- and inter-ECU communication, Axivion’s tool suite also supported the certification of Apex.OS and Apex.Middleware to ISO 26262 ASIL D.

    Apex.AI was founded in 2017 and has won several outstanding strategic investors like Toyota AI Ventures, Volvo Group Venture Capital, Jaguar Land Rover’s InMotion Venture, Airbus Ventures, and Hella Ventures. Recently, Toyota’s Woven Planet announced its cooperation with Apex.AI for developing and deploying a production-ready autonomy stack for Toyota’s vehicle development platform Arene. Apex.OS has been forked from ROS 2 and has been developed into a real-time, reliable, and deterministic safety framework and middleware for safety-critical applications for all mobility systems from autonomous vehicles to robo-taxis and automated trucking. Apex.Middleware is based on iceoryx, another open-source solution resulting from a collaboration between Bosch and Apex.AI engineers in Germany, and serves all applications from power train over ADAS to automated driving.

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