When Embedded Experts are Scarce — Low-code/No-Code Graphics Software to the Rescue

As beautiful HMIs take over the automotive cockpit, the demand for embedded coders to develop them is soaring. But there too few embedded developers in the world to do all the work. How do automotive companies with urgent project schedules deliver? OEMs and Tier 1s leverage their entire teams to overcome the limited number of coders and keep pace with product schedules. UX experts, graphic designers, system security experts, functional safety experts and more are members of these HMI teams; their input must make it onto the embedded device.

Low-code/No-code GUI development environments empower automotive development teams to succeed.


How teams are tackling design today
How embedded experts can focus on getting their designs to hardware
The benefit this approach brings to software developers
How to reduce waste and improve overall product outcome by allowing all members of team to contribute to final product


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Jeff Stewart | Director of Field Application Engineering at Altia

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Altia specializes in human-machine interface (HMI) development software and services for production embedded displays. Automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers leverage Altia’s tools and services to develop and deploy custom graphics for instrument clusters, head-up displays, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems, radios, ADAS displays and integrated cockpit applications. The Altia tool chain includes an integrated, efficient and easy-to-use 3D design flow, global language support and much more. Altia Professional Engineering Services deliver global support across the HMI development lifecycle – from graphics development and user experience research through to testing, functional safety certification and production.

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