NXP chose Mobiliya as commercialisation partner for this Linux and FreeRTOS enablement. The MAC57D5xx MCU family, based on the ARM Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors, is a multi-core architecture solution for mid-range instrument clusters such as automotive infotainment systems, control and operator panels for automated production equipment, and medical device interfaces.
NXP has selected Mobiliya, a Texas based global software engineering company, as its software development partner for Linux and FreeRTOS on MAC57D5xx.
The MAC57D5xx MCU supports up to 2 WVGA resolution displays, one with in line head-up display (HUD) hardware warping. Graphics content is generated using a Vivante 2D GPU and the 2D animation and composition engine, to reduce memory footprint for content creation, integrated stepper motor drivers and a powerful I/O processor. The MAC57D5xx MCU integrates NXP’s latest SHE-compliant CSE2 engine and delivers support ISO26262 ASIL-B functional safety compliance.