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ITNG 2016 Best Poster

ITNG program committee has selected the poster of the ITNG 2016 entitled:

“Developing Predictable Vehicular Distributed Embedded”, Saad Mubeen, Thomas Nolte and Kurt-Lennart Lundbäck, Mälardalen University, Sweden and presented at the ITNG 2016, as the best poster of the conference!

New and Improved Website

Arcticus is proud of launching the new and improved website that reflects a step forward with a new product line and certified (ISO-26262) run-time systems up and coming.

Rubus Kernel certified according to ISO 26262 ASIL D

Rubus Kernel for the Freescale MPC5600 processor has been approved as a certifiable ASIL D out of context element for real-time systems according to the automotive ISO 26262 standard (Road vehicle – Functional Safety).

Arcticus CEO, Kurt Lundbäck awarded honorary doctorate.

At an Academic Ceremony on 26 April 2013, honorary doctoral degrees were conferred on Kurt-Lennart Lundbäck, CEO of Arcticus Systems along with Birgitta Svendén, General Manager and Opera Director of the Royal Swedish Opera, and Luciënne Blessing, Professor at the Université de Luxembourg.

The news was announced in November last year. The honour was given to Kurt-Lennart Lundbäck due to the fact that since the start of MDH’s biggest research specialisation, Mälardalen Real Time Research Centre (MRTC), he has been involved in research and education at the University. Through his great national and regional involvement, Kurt-Lennart Lundbäck has sought to spread knowledge of computer technology in the Swedish software industry. With his deep insight into the potential of both academia and industry he has given MDH access to research issues of relevance to industry. In addition he has made a strong contribution towards highlighting MDH’s research.

Kurt-Lennart Lundbäck gave a lecture on the 25 April, on the Honorary Doctors’ Day, the day before receiving his degree.