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toolchain

A set of software utilities used to perform an operation. For example, in program development, the toolchain to turn source code into a working machine language program includes a compiler, assembler, linker and debugger.
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A perfectly tuned tool chain of HV-safe measurement modules, ECU measurement technology and software for synchronized online acquisition of measurement data and data analysis during the road tests simplifies these challenges.
The finished reference platform includes a full development kit, comprising an FPGA-based embedded, multicore computing board, parallel real-time operating system, and development tool chain. This is coupled with uses covering medical x-ray imaging, driver assistance, and autonomous drones with obstacle avoidance.
Auto Business News-June 11, 2019--ANSYS and BMW Group to create first holistic simulation tool chain for autonomous vehicle technologies
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Ansys (ANSS) and BMW Group (BMWYY) are creating the industry's first holistic simulation tool chain for developing autonomous vehicle technologies.
In addition, Turkcell will continue to reshape its tool chain system to meet demands for future O&M automation."
The Altia tool chain allows development teams to create powerful, custom displays with combined 2D and 3D content.
For our customers, this collaboration means a leading machine vision tool chain is ready-to-use, thus lowering the risk and time-to-market.
To maximise design productivity, the HLS tool should be part of a development tool chain and ecosystem which supports high-level frameworks and libraries.
- CA Automic V12.1 provides new shift-left capabilities to remove scripts and manual efforts, and helps to enable the dev teams to automate within and orchestrate across the DevOps tool chain in a remarkable zero-touch self-service manner.
Ansible by Red Hat, Git, and Red Hat OpenStack Platform formed the deployment tool chain and a virtual environment allowed for prototyping and testing of all components.