- dashboard clocks for Maserati coupes
- power distribution boxes for TATA SUVs
- control units for Piaggio scooters
- module frames for CNH tractors
- digital instrument clusters for Lamborghinis
According to the article, several of these clusters will be "based on the QNX Neutrino RTOS, a high reliability operating system used in automotive applications... MTA chose QNX Neutrino because of its extremely fast startup times, high-speed functionalities and support for graphics display controllers from Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe..."
For months now, I've been blathering on about how QNX provides an ideal platform for building digital instrument clusters, yadda, yadda, yadda. It's nice to see that someone who actually builds digital clusters agrees with me. :-)
To view a PDF of the latest MTA Journal, click here, then click on MTA journal N.6.