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The goal of GLIWA is to continually develop its good name as a conveyor of know-how in the embedded timing domain. In this pursuit, GLIWA seeks new experts, who are interested in, on the one hand, deep insight into customer projects and, on the other hand, to take part in the development of future timing tools.

Working at a small company brings many interesting aspects. The high degree of independence and personal responsibility immediately implies a high degree of freedom. There is no clocking in and out and working from home is no problem. GLIWA provides a laptop, internet access and a mobile phone, of course. Official channels are necessarily very short, which pleasantly simplifies work and communication.

Motivation and creativity are encumbered neither by excessive processes and restructuring nor by political point-scoring. Or, in the words of electrical engineering, reactive power is zero. Whenever necessary and possible, employees get together to learn from each other. This affords not only a growth of knowledge but also support from colleagues during critical times in projects. This is a key aspect that we make explicit to customers: when the going gets tough, our employees can always rely on GLIWA back-up.

Besides great levels of customer satisfaction, this strategy has other advantages for employees: interesting insights into other projects, less stress and the good feeling of never being alone.

If you are familiar with C# or if you are an experienced embedded software developer, why not give us a call? We look forward to it.

Engineer of resource-constrained, embedded software.

GLIWA is looking for an engineer of resource-constrained, embedded software.

GLIWA stands for software excellence in the automotive software industry. We provide tools and services to OEMs and tier 1 suppliers across the globe, with a focus on the South of Germany. Our speciality is observing and understanding the ever more complex timing behaviour of hard, real-time software. GLIWA is now creating an embedded development centre in York to fulfil increasing demand. We are seeking a candidate with the tenacity to overcome obstacles and the creativity to develop new approaches. This is an opportunity for the right candidate to become an embedded guru.

The role will include the following:
  • Developing multi-platform, embedded code for the world-leading software timing suite T1
  • Developing integration kits to make T1 easier to deploy
  • Technical support
  • Developing diagnostic tools to reduce support effort
  • Testing T1 to destruction and back again
  • Timing analysis and optimization
  • Travel to Germany 2-3 times per year

We are looking for experience, familiarity or knowledge of as many as possible of the following, in order of decreasing importance:
  • C programming language
  • Software development processes, particular with regard to quality and safety
  • Resource-aware software development
  • Low-level programming
  • Assembly (PowerPC, ARM, TriCore, V850)
  • Microprocessor architecture
  • Optimizing compilers
  • Scheduling and schedulability analysis
  • Usability analysis
Please send your CV by email to: email address.
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ISO 26262 ASIL-D certified
In June 2017, the RH850 variant of the T1-TARGET-SW got certified according to ISO 26262 ASIL-D as planned.

Renesas RH850

Click here to view the certificate

T1 supports TC39x
Synchronized traces from 6 cores!
T1 makes it happen. Click here, to view a screenshot of T1 with 6 synchronized traces and some cross-core communications.


More details on the AURIX 2G can be found in Infineon's official press-release.

Multi-core in minutes
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The AURIX based ATdemo comes with a multi-core OS, a demo application and built-in T1 timing analysis. It was never easier to get started with multi-core.
Click here for details.
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