Fully aligned with established automotive industry processes and quality standards
Container-based EB corbos Linux is prepared for fully verified application and kernel updates during project and vehicle life cycle.
Verified and tested via industry-leading standard test suites
EB corbos Linux is suitable to use extensive Linux test suites, e.g. the test suites from the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL).
Optimized operating system for high-performance computing
The EB corbos Linux base distribution package is designed for fast boot times and early availability of system functions required for typical automotive applications.
Container-based Linux distribution
The EB corbos Linux core package integrates a system-based start-up with activated container management (e.g. runc, OCI).
Prepared to be used as POSIX OS for EB corbos AdaptiveCore
EB corbos Linux can be fully integrated with EB corbos AdaptiveCore to provide an Adaptive AUTOSAR platform.
Optimized usage with EB corbos Hypervisor (e.g. start-up time)
EB corbos Linux can be fully integrated with EB corbos Hypervisor.
Implemented latest Linux security measures
- Full support of kernel’s security features, such as kernel address space layout randomization (KASLR), security-enhanced Linux (SELinux), and self-verifying file systems (dm-verity)
- Minimal trusted computing base (TCB) by providing just as much as you need to bring up the system
- Integrated in and compatible with EB’s security solutions (e.g. hardware secure module)
Safety-enabled Linux environment
EB corbos Linux provides monitoring mechanisms to ensure the correct control flow and scheduling of safety-related application software.
Integration with other EB corbos products
An integrated development environment to develop and integrate applications
Our basic software for safe and secure high-performance controllers
A software layer to run multiple (different) operating systems on one single CPU
All-in-one software platform for creating next-generation automotive electronics architectures based on high-performance computers (HPCs).