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Embedded World 2021 - Join the digital event

Immerse yourself in the embedded world of Hitex

Embedded World 2021 - Join the digital event

This year, Embedded World will be held as a "Digital Event". Hitex will of course be there as usual and would like to make the most of the opportunities offered by a virtual trade fair with you.

Of course, we would have loved to welcome you personally at our stand and present all the Hitex news to you with a friendly smile. But we can also do that "online": let's explore and use the advantages of a virtual event together: no travel time, less stress - but more time to have new and proven things explained to you in detail! No rigid trade fair opening times and no limitation to only three trade fair days: time enough to immerse yourself in the embedded world - at Hitex!

We look forward to your visit: You can get your visitor ticket here - just enter the code ew21457100.
We also welcome enquiries from the press and are happy to provide our digital press kit.


AURIX: Competence and know-how

We at Hitex are proud to be part of this network as AURIX Preferred Design House. This means you can approach us concerning all the small and maybe bigger challenges that might arise during your AURIX project. We can help you with engineering services, tools and also production services.


Traveo: Complete design support

The Traveo family delivers high performance, enhanced human-machine interfaces, high-security and advanced networking protocols. This microcontroller family is tailored for a broad range of automotive applications such as lighting, automotive instrument clusters and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC).

With the Traveo Design House Hitex provides Traveo microcontroller start-up assistance as well as training and consultancy for tools, middleware, functional safety and security. We can also assist with achieving certification and prototype and system production.


Arm: Functional Safety Partner

Arm is the industry's leading supplier of microprocessor technology with its offering of the widest range of microprocessor cores to address the performance, power and cost requirements for almost any application market.

With more than 180 billion processors shipped, the Arm technology is at the heart of countless technological innovations. Hitex assists users not only with Arm technology but also with consulting, engineering, training and tools as well as proven ready-to-use software components.


Dynamic and static software testing with TESSY and ECLAIR

TESSY is a tool for automated unit/integration testing of embedded software. The new version 4.2 contains many new features. For example, the automatic estimation of the expected test effort. This estimation is based on a formula stored in the tool, into which metric values of the test object are incorporated. The powerful tool for automated dynamic module, unit and integration testing has been enhanced with many new features and is now certified for medical and railway applications in addition to IEC 61508 and ISO 26262.

ECLAIR is a powerful platform for static software testing and software verification. ECLAIR works on the desktop to find critical defects while software is being coded, in the context of the build environment and compiler. The extreme flexibility of ECLAIR allows it to be tailored for any software verification problem and to any software development process.



Embedded World Conference 2021: Hitex lectures and talks

Jörg Stender, Managing Director Hitex, will talk about
Safety and Security - still a challenge for small and medium sized projects?!
in a panel of experts on Tuesday, 2 March 2021, 15:30.

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Based at Hitex UK, our internationally renowned Arm Cortex expert Trevor Martin will be giving a talk at Embedded World Conference 2021 that you won't want to miss:
Implementing the ARM Platform Security Architecture for Robust IoT Devices.
The ARM Platform Security Architecture defines an abstract security model that can be applied to any standard Cortex-M-based microcontroller. This paper gives an introduction to the structure of the security model and shows how the current "Trusted Firmware" reference platform can be implemented on a Cortex-M33 based microcontroller. The talk will take place in Session 4.13 on 5 March at 11.00 a.m. and will last about 30 minutes.

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