What We Do

Platform Architecture and Development—The Lifeblood of ADIT

Years of experience in large-scale software platform development and a portfolio of successful projects made possible by our core technologies have earned us a place at the top of the infotainment industry. Such expertise lets us provide stable products and meet the automobile industry's strict performance requirements.
Our technological strengths cover OSs (Operating Systems), BSP (Board Support Package) enhancements, and hypervisor technology to middleware-level components of automotive products. We have designed a shared infrastructure system for state of the art software production processes and efficient tooling within our global network.
In addition to sharing data through various tools, sharing information via communication with one another is equally important. This, and a mutual understanding of multicultural differences and manners in collaborative projects, has defined our role as a reliable developer.

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Successful platform development starts with intensive architectural evaluations and efficient system design in-house at ADIT. To achieve this, open source Linux is employed as a major OS (Operating System) in addition to having a seat in various communities. We at ADIT follow market trends, and support Android-based platform variants for consumer functionality with the latest releases from Google. We also integrate hypervisor technology into RTOS (Real-Time Operating Systems) for multiple domain products such as cockpit systems.
These days, security is of the utmost importance, and our security experts create rock-solid measures to protect our platforms from cyber attacks. Agile (Scrum) development methods are also used whenever possible. Our CI (Continuous Integration) and automatic test tool chain guarantees the delivery of complete sets of qualified platform variants weekly, and we can even build platform variants in-house twice a day.
Collaboration does not only occur among colleagues in the office, but closely with suppliers like SoC (System-on-a-Chip) vendors in order to accurately manage our technical roadmap and fulfill market requirements on the horizon.