Rightware continues to develop Kanzi and creates two types of Kanzi releases: Feature Releases and Long-Term Support (LTS) releases. Feature releases provide customers with the latest innovative features, enhancements, and changes to Kanzi Studio and the Kanzi API. Long-Term Support (LTS) releases are designed for demanding use in automotive production projects, and provide customers with reliability and support throughout the automotive lifecycle.

Kanzi 3.7, August 23, 2019

  • Android workflow improvements: build and deploy Kanzi applications with Android Studio
  • Activities: define UI structure and implement UI navigation
    Render Pass Prefabs and Bindings
  • Binding enhancements
  • Improved Focus Management
  • Feature release

Kanzi 3.6 LTS, latest release February 14, 2020

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  • Multi-Project Support
  • CPU Optimizations
  • Render Pass Update
  • Usability Enhancements
  • Long-Term Support
Release notes:

Kanzi 3.5, latest release June 22, 2017

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  • Integrated UI theming
  • Dynamic templates
  • Fine-grained animation control
  • 64-bit Kanzi Studio
  • Numerous usability enhancements
  • Feature Release
Release notes

Kanzi 3.4, July 21, 2016

  • Support for Kanzi Lite: Kanzi for Microcontrollers
  • Productivity Enhancements for Pages, State Transitions and more
  • Factory Content Pack including new instrument cluster gauges, car models and infotainment widgets
  • Support for the OpenGL ES 3.0 API, enabling e.g. HDR images and lighting, Tone Mapping, Depth-of-Field, Floating Point Render Targets
  • Feature Release

Kanzi 3.3, March 3, 2016

  • Support for binary shaders
  • Support for floating licenses
  • MultisamplingImprove graphical fidelity by enabling MSAA (Multisample Anti-Aliasing) for any element in your user interface
  • Data SourcesStreamlining the HMI development workflow by enabling developers to create data source plugins for designers to use in Kanzi Studio
  • Feature Release

Kanzi 3.2 LTS, latest release February 1, 2019

  • The new animation system is more flexible, efficient, robust and easier to use
  • State Manager enhancements, including new easing functions and easing modes for transition animations, enabling you to create richer and more complex transitions faster
  • Support for prefiltered cubemaps when using .dds files, enabling 3D designers to define cubemap faces and mipmaps in a single .dds file
  • Long-Term Support
Release notes:

 Kanzi 3.1, May 7, 2015

  • Localization enables you to create Kanzi applications that support different languages and locations
  • Progressive rendering allows you to distribute rendering workload across several frames to reduce the amount of work and time required to render one whole frame
  • Feature Release

Kanzi 3.0, January 6, 2015

  • Significant improvements to the usability
  • Enhanced prototyping features
  • Enhanced partial rendering and page navigation that make it even easier to work with demanding and large-scale user interface projects
  • Performance-enhancing features that reduce CPU time on embedded hardware by up to 50%
  • Feature Release