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History


2003 Sole-trader gliwa | know-how in embedded software founded in Stuttgart. The emphasis was on supporting timing and operating system configuration in mass-production projects. This rapidly became the cornerstone of the timing suite T1.
2004 Renamed as Gliwa GmbH. The customer base grew steadily and with it the number of employees and sales, succeeding without external investment.
2005 First version of the real-time operating system gliwOS, distinguished by high efficiency and simple configuration.
2006 First generation GPSgecko on sale, notable for reliability: to this day no device has been returned with a defect.
2007 Relocation to Munich.
2008 Real-Time Experts founded together with partners AbsInt and Symtavision. The consortium offers solutions for all timing use-cases.
2012 Relocation to Weilheim in Oberbayern (near Munich).
2013 Release of T1 Version 2.0. Agreements with distributors in India and South Korea. 10 permanent employees to date.
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Embedded Testing 2019
Visit us at the Embedded Testing Conference in Munich (NH München Ost Conference Center), from 02nd - 04th of July!

NEW! T1 Timing suite V3.0 NEW!
Our Release V3.0 supports the features Streaming and POSIX. Click here for detailed information.

Interviews on YouTube
Check-out the interviews with GLIWA CEO Peter Gliwa on Matrickz TV. In this one Peter talks with MATRICKZ CEO Dr. Hasan Akram about timing in automotive software develeopment and in this one about entrepreneurship.

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NEW Timing Poster
Our new poster explains automotive timing by contrasting AUTOSAR CP and AUTOSAR AP and even going one step further. For AUTOSAR AP it includes suggestions of how the usual timing parameters may be mapped.
Click here for downloading the PDF version or let us know if you would like to receive your own DIN-A1 hard-copy.

Neues Timingposter klein

NEW product T1.accessPredictor
Upset by MPU exceptions in the field? T1.accessPredictor allows you to check for any memory access violations before even flashing the software. It will perform a static analysis by disassembling the binary, building up the call-tree and identifying r/w memory accesses for each function. No source code required!

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T1 supports TC39x
Synchronized traces from 6 cores!
T1 makes it happen. Click here, to view a screenshot of T1 with 6 synchronized traces and some cross-core communications.

AURIX TC399

More details on the AURIX 2G can be found in Infineon's official press-release.
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