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DiSTI Collaborates with Mobica to Deliver Renesas R-Car H3 Platform

January 5, 2016  ·  Automotive, News

Orlando, FL (January 5, 2016) – The DiSTI Corporation, a leading provider of graphical user interface development software to the automotive, aerospace, and medical industries announces the collaboration with Mobica for the multi-headed demonstration of the new Renesas R-Car H3 platform.

Mobica is a global provider of high quality, leading edge software engineering, testing and consultancy services. Mobica will develop the UI application using DiSTI’s GL Studio which will power the visual front end of this demonstrator. The demonstrator seamlessly handles high performance graphics across multiple displays.

“We’re really pleased to be working alongside DiSTI on this Renesas project. The combination of the versatility of the DiSTI toolchain, the capabilities of the Renesas SoC (system on a chip), and Mobica’s depth of software development and integration expertise represents a step change in in-vehicle technology,” said Jim Carroll, CTO Mobica. “Our expertise working in the Semiconductor and Automotive industries lends itself well to this project and we’re excited to progress Renesas’ next-generation solutions.”

DiSTI will build their runtime engine to run on the R-Car H3, which is the third generation R-Car SoC, using their user interface software, GL Studio. The display built by Mobica will be a HD Cluster, a HD Infotainment system and a HUD all running on a single R-Car system. The demonstrator will be showcased at the DiSTI UI Experience suite as well as the Renesas pavilion during the 2016 CES show in Las Vegas.”

“The collaboration process with Mobica has been seamless, and we are excited to showcase the flexibility of GL Studio in this application,” said Christopher Giordano, Vice President of Automotive Division at The DiSTI Corporation. “Their management team, UI Designers and HMI Engineers are highly skilled and have been easy to work with on this project. We look forward to future collaborations with the Mobica team.”

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