T1 version 3.2 introduced the support of POSIX operating systems
through the add-on product T1.posix as an extension to T1.timing.
T1 version 3.2 introduced the support of POSIX operating systems through the add-on product T1.posix for T1.timing. Many operating systems for high-performance computing as well as the AUTOSAR AP standard are based on POSIX.
Live streaming of scheduling data from the target ECU
The T1-TARGET-SW traces at run-time and transmits the trace data via Ethernet to the T1-HOST-SW. T1.timing in combination with T1.streaming and T1.posix offers the following benefits:
T1 addresses the needs of the automotive industry by supporting
Each row in the table below represents one set of T1 libraries specific to a certain processor core and a certain compiler.
|ARM||ARMv8-A: Cortex-A5x, Cortex-A7x||GCC||V3.5.x.x (251/252/253)||
|NVIDIA Tegra, NXP S32G, TI TDAx, etc.|
|Intel||x86 64-bit||GCC||V3.5.x.x (254/255)||
|Intel Atom Denverton, etc.|
|Elektrobit||EB corbos Linux|
|Various Vendors||Embedded Linux (e.g. Yocto), Kernel >= 4.14|
|Ethernet (IP:TCP, UDP)||TCP and UDP can be used, IP-address and port can be configured.|