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Interested in getting access to the archive of this and all of our other webinars? Mail us at sales (at) rightware.com for access.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Human-machine interfaces are making their way into cars across all segments. Automotive manufacturers are now having to constantly decide which automotive software and hardware platform (SoC, operating system) will be chosen for each new project and each HMI.

Engineering teams are trying hard to provide the right cost/performance data to support decision making. But with so many hardware and software options available and with the lack of standard performance measurement tools in the industry, this has proven to be a real challenge.

In this webinar, Rightware will introduce a revolutionary new solution for measuring and comparing the performance of automotive hardware and software platforms.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Software and hardware variables and their effect on the HMI (e.g. CPU, GPU, memory bandwidth, OS, drivers)
  • How to run tests that simulate realistic automotive HMI scenarios
  • How to analyze and compare performance results from different platforms
  • How to measure your own custom HMI designs

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