Foundation of the sole proprietorship gliwa | know-how in embedded software based in Stuttgart with a focus on
coaching of embedded software projects with respect to timing and operating system configuration. The cornerstone for the timing suite T1 followed very quickly.
Changed the form of the organization to “GmbH” (German Limitted) and the company name to GLIWA GmbH embedded systems.
The real-time operating system gliwOS is released in the first version and is characterized by its high efficiency and simple configuration.
The first GPSgecko generation comes onto the market and impresses with its high reliability and robustness while meeting customers'
requirements regarding the feature set.
Relocation of the company headquarters to Munich.
The new GPSgecko mkII offers higher accuracy, expanded configuration options and various housing options.
Infineon commissions GLIWA to make the “Eco-System” (debugger, compiler, etc.) of the AURIX processor fit for customers in advance of
its release. At the same time, T1 is being further developed for use in multicore projects. On the day of the official AURIX announcement and release for the market,
the announcement appears on our website: “T1 supports Infineon AURIX”.
Relocation of the company headquarters to Weilheim in Oberbayern.
T1 is used productively in an increasing number of multicore projects and speeds up development enormously. Synchronization problems, access conflicts on shared
memory etc. can be visualized and resolved much more efficiently — often, after task forces had failed to solve those problems without T1.
Release of T1 version 2.0. Furthermore, contracts are concluded with distributors in India and South Korea. Currently ten employees work
Productive use of T1.stack at a lead customer. T1.stack offers stack analysis based on static code analysis of the binary. Unique advantage
worldwide: the call tree can optionally be completed using T1.flex measurements.
GLIWA is also taking off internationally: MDS Technology (now HANCOM MDS) is becoming a distributor for T1 in Korea and Sienese for T1 in China.
As the number of employees grows, the premises in Kreuzgasse become too small. GLIWA moves to Pollinger Straße 1
Foundation of GLIWA engineering GmbH.
The T1-TARGET-SW is certified according to ISO26262 ASIL D for several processors. There is now nothing standing in the way of using T1 on the road and
in series production.
On the day of the official AURIX 2G announcement and release to the market, our website reads: “T1 supports Infineon AURIX 2G”.
GAIO becomes distributor for T1 in Japan.
The year of further international expansion.
EDA Expert becomes distributor for France and MDS Pacific for India.
T1.accessPredictor is released after a one-year pilot phase with a lead customer. Based on the executable and the definition of access rights, the code
is analyzed statically and checked for possible access violations. MPU injuries in the field can be intercepted in advance.
GLIWA celebrates its 15th anniversary. T1 has helped put timing on a safe footing in over 1000 series projects worldwide.
Menlopark becomes a distributor for the USA.
At the end of 2019, GLIWA had around 40 employees.
GLIWA manages to complete their fiscal year 2019/2020 with a growth in turnover of roughly 30%. Despite Corona this almost reaches the growth rate of
the previous year. GLIWA showed great flexibility when it came to T1 licensing and supported many T1 users who found themselves performing timing analysis
from their kitchen table at home.
The visibility of GLIWA reaches the next level with the book Embedded Software Timing being published in four languages: German, English, Korean
and Chinese. This is the order they became available in. With more than 20k downloads, the book became the reference for embedded software timing in less
than a year.
Towards the end of 2021, the GLIWA YouTube channel went online — giving more than just an overview of T1.
Our brand new videos provide concrete and entertaining insights into the functions and advantages of the various components of the T1 Analysis Suite.
GLIWA providing fundamental knowledge besides outstanding tools
The practice-oriented, book on methodology and analysis of embedded software timing.
Numerous case studies help to avoid tricky problems, facilitate optimal use of processor resources and
give many hints to secure correct runtime behavior.
Edited by Springer. Available as printed edition and eBook. Take a closer look here. Now also available in Korea and China!
Peter Gliwa's coveted book was recently published in Korea and – in cooperation with the highly recognized Tsinghua University of Beijing – will also be available on the Chinese book market.
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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.