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ARCCORE launches AUTOSAR Starter Kit for TI’s AWR1642BOOSt EVM mmWave sensor

Gothenburg/Sweden, June 18, 2018 – ARCCORE, an independent, established AUTOSAR software provider, is broadening access to the rapidly evolving automotive market with the introduction of a new starter kit for the Texas Instruments (TI) mmWave AWR1642BOOSt EVM sensor which was launched in May 2017.

Automotive OEMs increasingly mandate the use of the open and industry-leading AUTOSAR standard in their ECUs where it simplifies development through software reuse and improved code quality and reliability. Current AUTOSAR solutions, however, are often complex and require a significant initial investment cost. This limits their adoption and in turn, innovation in automotive platforms.

ARCCORE’s starter kit for TI’s AWR1642BOOSt EVM mmWave radar sensor includes the market proven Arctic Core basic software, the Arctic Studio tool chain from ARCCORE and a Microcontroller Abstraction Layer (MCAL) from TI. New starter kit components are available free of charge with a 60-day evaluation license and are fully integrated in a user-friendly integrated development environment (IDE).  Combined with the AWR1642BOOSt EVM sensor’s features, broad scalability and software tools, the kit provides a new starting point for developers of traditional and emerging AUTOSAR applications.

Arctic Core contains a full set of features required for Automotive ECUs including communication, diagnostic and ISO 26262 compliant safety services, and a real-time operating system. Arctic Studio IDE provides a complete software development environment based on the Eclipse framework.  The MCAL software components enable access to the MCU’s peripherals including communication and control ports for input/output.

“ARCCORE’s strength in automotive software development is built on advanced software tools and services and a proven track-record with leading OEMs and Tier1s,” said Eric Envall, Vice President AD/ADAS Segment at ARCCORE. “ARCCORE starter kit which leverages TI’s AWR1642BOOSt EVM sensor demonstrates our unique ability to deliver AUTOSAR solutions for developers of all experience and budget levels.”

“Developers can add precise measurement of range, angle and velocity to their system with TI’s AWR family of mmWave radar sensors to help analyze dynamic operation conditions in automotive applications,” said Sameer Wasson, general manager, TI Radar and Analytics processors. “With ARCCORE’s starter kit, design engineers can quickly get started developing robust AUTOSAR applications.”

The AUTOSAR mmWave Demo can be downloaded by registering at (choose “Texas Instruments AWR1642 Radar Starter Kit” in the dropdown menu at “Interested in”). For more information on ARCCORE’s Arctic Core and Arctic Studio as well as the company’s solutions for electric powertrain, autonomous drive, ADAS, connectivity and infotainment at or via email to

About ArcCore

ARCCORE is an independent software company offering advanced embedded software platforms and state-of-the-art software development tools based on the open industry-leading standard AUTOSAR as well as comprehensive development services. ARCCORE covers the complete development cycle from prototyping to production, paving the way for autonomous driving (ADAS/AD), next generation infotainment and other future vehicle applications in the global automotive market. ARCCORE is supporting leading OEMs and automotive suppliers.

ARCCORE’s products include embedded software platforms like Arctic Core and development tools like Arctic Studio. ARCCORE’s services, based on a long-standing expertise in real-time platforms, focus on the development of software which enables customers to bring innovative solutions faster and more cost-efficiently to the market.

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