Automotive supplier Continental wanted to save time, cut costs, and standardize the development process at its globally dispersed development sites. At the same time, it needed to meet the requirements of the functional safety standard ISO 26262.
To do this required a global effort to standardize the development process during every phase and at every geographic site, using common processes and tools.
Continental AG, commonly known as Continental or colloquially as Conti, is a German multinational automotive parts manufacturing company specializing in brake systems, interior electronics, automotive safety, powertrain and chassis components, tachographs, tires, and other parts for the automotive and transportation industries.
Wind River® Diab Compiler provided Continental developers with an OS-agnostic tool suite that comprises a C/C++ compiler, an assembler, a linker, ANSI C and C++ libraries, and an instruction set simulator—everything it needed to speed development, ensure software quality and standardize its global development data.
Wind River rigorously tests each release of the suite to ensure functional safety standards throughout the development process—and supports the customers who use it.
Case Study missing?
Start adding your own!
Register with your work email and create a new case study profile for your business.