Our History

A walk through the steps of ADIT's technology

ADIT is a trusted contributor to the development of competitive products through its mastery in the creation and provision of next-generation cockpit systems for platforms employing cutting-edge technology.

SLIDESLIDE
OS SoC Scalability
Gen1 2004-2010 A platform for car navigation systems with 3D map display functions. This generation works with mid- to high-end vehicles using two SoCs (System-on-a-Chips) developed in-house by ADIT: Dragon and Tiger. MIPS architecture is used in the CPU, and IP from BitBoys, a company with achievements in the mobile device field, is used in the 3D graphics. T-Engine (RTOS)
TIGER
90nm/1300DMIPS/3D
DRAGON
90nm/800DMIPS/2D
Gen2 2007-2012 A platform with stronger multimedia functions in addition to its role in car navigation systems. Its SoC (System-on-a-Chip), TRITON, was developed in-house by ADIT, and the platform uses ARM architecture in its CPU as well as IP from Imagination in the 3D graphics.
Navigation functions operating with RTOSs (Real-Time Operating Systems) T-Engine and Linux at the same time while on separate cores work in unison with multimedia functions.
T-Engine on one core Linux on two cores TRITON
65nm/1440DMIPS/3D
Gen3
Flex
2011-2015
An IVI, or In-Vehicle Infotainment (providing navigation, multimedia, and connectivity), platform with both scalability and cost competitiveness in regard to low- to high-end vehicles. The CPU was created with ARM architecture (containing 1 to 4 cores), and its 2D/3D graphics employ IP from Vivante. Linux LTS Kernel & GENIVI versions follow community mainline
Kernel3.5/Kernel3.8
i.MX6 Family
40nm/2-10kDMIPS/
12-24GFlops
★★
Gen3
Evo
2014-2017
An improved version of Gen 3 covering IVI products with higher functionality.
This generation's SoC (System-on-a-Chip) supports Intel's Baytrail as well as i.MX6 by Freescale. Operation of Linux in appliances together with Hypervisor's Green Hills is possible.
Linux LTS Kernel & GENIVI versions follow community mainline
Kernel3.14/Kernel4.1
GHS Hypervisor to seperate CE Linux
i.MX6 Family
40nm/2-10kDMIPS/
12-24GFlops
Baytrail PoC
★★
Gen4
Multi
2016-
A platform officially incorporating multiple SoCs (System-on-a-Chips) while running cluster meters and an IVI system at the same time to work in cockpit products with higher functionality.
Snapdragon, QNX, and Adaptive AUTOSAR will be incorporated as new technologies, allowing the platform to work in connected and self-driving cars in the future.
Linux LTS Kernel & GENIVI versions follow community mainline
Kernel4.9/4.14/4.1x
Several Hypervisors(QNX, GHS, Lynx) for several Multi-OS systems
QNX
(RTOS f. ASIL Domain)
i.MX6 Family
40nm/2-10kDMIPS/
12-24GFlops
Apollo Lake
14nm/19-51kDMIPS/38-216GFlops
Keystone Lake
10nm
H3/M3/E3
16nm/6-38kDMIPS/19-288GFlops.
Snapdragon PoC
Vehicle Computer Software platform
★★★
The future