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RTI: 2nd Virtual Automotive Forum on June 28

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Integrating Ecosystems: How to Support the Development of Software-Defined Vehicles

The Focus of the RTI-Event is on Software-Defined Vehicles.

Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the largest software framework company for autonomous systems, today announced its second virtual Automotive Forum to be held on June 28. This 90-minute virtual forum will feature panels and sessions with RTI executives and automotive experts as they explore the role of interoperability and industry standards, as well as the dynamic role that future Next-Gen E/E architectures will play in modern vehicle design. Event attendees will also be the first to hear about new RTI software features and capabilities to build software-defined vehicles.


At the virtual forum, automotive experts from companies including Vector Informatics, BlackBerry and Infineon will join RTI for a panel to discuss the reality behind the Next-Gen E/E and modern vehicle architectures, the integration level and role from automotive OEMs, Tier-1s and Tier-2s in this transition, hardware architecture standardization and its industry impact, and hardware-software cooperation in order to achieve optimal design cycles. 


During the event, Angel Berrio, Group Product Manager at RTI, will announce new RTI software that will ease automakers' journey to quickly and flexibly meet the most complicated demands of the automotive market. Tune into the final session, “New Software to Power Next-Generation Vehicles” at 9:10 a.m. PST to learn more.


 Featured speakers and guest panelists include:

  • Stefan Rombach, Senior Product Management Engineer at Vector Informatik
  • Peter Kirk, Chief Technology Officer, BlackBerry IVY Product and Ecosystem at BlackBerry
  • Brian Morrison, Chief Technology Officer Director, Innovation & Technology - Automotive at Infineon Technologies Americas Corp.


 Event Details:

  • What: RTI Automotive Forum 2022
  • When: Tuesday, June 28 from 5.00 – 6.30 p.m. MESZ (08:00 PDT)
  • Where: YouTube (Virtual)


To view the full agenda and register for this complimentary event, please visit:https://bit.ly/3Qgtvfk.


Über Real-Time Innovations (RTI)


Real-Time Innovations (RTI) is the largest software framework company for autonomous systems. RTI Connext is the world's leading architecture for developing intelligent distributed systems. Uniquely, Connext shares data directly, connecting AI algorithms to real-time networks of devices to build autonomous systems.

RTI is the best in the world at ensuring our customers’ success in deploying production systems. With over 1,700 designs, RTI software runs over 250 autonomous vehicle programs, controls the largest power plants in North America, coordinates combat management on U.S. Navy ships, drives a new generation of medical robotics, enables flying cars, and provides 24/7 intelligence for hospital and emergency medicine. RTI runs a smarter world.

RTI is the leading vendor of products compliant with the Object Management Group® (OMG®) Data Distribution Service™ (DDS) standard. RTI is privately held and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with regional offices in Colorado, Spain and Singapore.


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