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TTTech has grown strong in 2016: Our workforce now includes more than 500 experts, preparing us for the manifold challenges 2017 will have in store for us. But before focusing on the future, we invite you to take a look back and find out more about our highlights from the past year.
Renesas Electronics Corporation and TTTech announce their agreement on collaborating on the development of a new automotive platform solution, aimed at providing a future proof, high-performance advanced electronic control unit (ECU) development platform for driver assistance systems (ADAS).
NI announces a collaboration with the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and industry leaders Bosch Rexroth, Cisco, Intel, KUKA, Schneider Electric and TTTech to develop the world’s first Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) testbed. These organizations aim to advance the network infrastructure to support the future of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0.
Under the guidance of AUDI AG, TTTech developed the central platform control unit “zFAS” integrating various functionalities of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The ECU also enables comprehensive fusion of sensor data. Microcontrollers from Infineon Technologies AG safeguard that highest requirements towards computing performance and safety are met.
In his closing keynote Georg Kopetz emphasized the importance of standardization and alliances, especially in the light of Industry 4.0. Experts and key players from various industries discussed current and emerging Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) standards and their potential for industrial applications.
The Automation Pyramid: Soon to be Ancient History?
This strategic cooperation between the three companies will result in a portfolio of “fog enabled” products and services that act as a bridge between the world of IT and the world of industrial machinery.
TTTech signed a long-term development agreement with European space market leader Airbus Safran Launchers to utilize TTEthernet as avionics backbone in the Ariane 6 family of launchers. The declared goal is a wider usage of Deterministic Ethernet technology in various different spacecraft in order to simplify software development, maximize reuse, and thus reduce system lifecycle costs across different space programs.
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TTControl gathered customers and employees in Brixen, Italy, to celebrate its anniversary with activities throughout the day. In an open house exhibition, TTControl showcased milestones of its history of designing and manufacturing control units for the mobile machinery market that boast the highest reliability, efficiency and flexibility.Read more
The deal serves to further strengthen TTTech’s offering in reliable real-time communication solutions and accelerate growth in new application fields such as deterministic edge computing and smart grids. Flexibilis complements TTTech’s expertise with many years of experience in developing reliable and secure IP cores. Read more about Flexibilis
TTTech launched Nerve, a product platform targeted at providing edge connectivity, computing and control for the manufacturing market. Nerve enables users to gain greater insight into machines, take control of data access, and unlock more value from their products.
In 2016, more than 90 new colleagues have joined TTTech, resulting in a workforce of more than 500 employees from 35 nations. Consequently, we also expanded our premises in both Vienna and abroad significantly. Since its foundation in 1998, TTTech has been steadily growing every year in workforce and revenues, making it possible to broaden its portfolio and gaining experience in various markets such as automotive, aerospace, mobile machinery and industrial.