Demonstrations will include the GreenBox. GreenBox is one of the development platforms for NXP’s next generation S32 electrification MCUs, which are part of the S32 automotive processing platform that is built around a safe, secure and fault-tolerant configuration. The S32 electrification MCUs will address the increasingly intensive computation and memory requirements for tomorrow’s HEV/EV applications.
Using the GreenBox development environment, developers can also tap into the mix of high-performance and highly optimized peripherals, including advanced timers, motor control peripherals and analog sub-systems to interface with their own development hardware.
“The combination of regulatory and market indicators as well as long automotive development cycles require automakers to begin the development of HEV/EV systems now -- before the next wave of processors for electrification are available,” Ray Cornyn, vice president of Vehicle Dynamics and Safety said. “GreenBox meets this challenge by providing automakers a hardware development environment before the NXP S32 electrification MCU is available.”