DiSTI Secures Patent for Mixed-Criticality User Interface Development System

The DiSTI Corporation, a leading provider of graphical user interface development software and solutions, is pleased to announce that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a patent (No. 11,003,425) for an invention titled “Mixed-Criticality User Interface Development System.”

Garmin first approached DiSTI due to the GL Studio team’s experience with ISO 26262 ASIL D HMI development in automotive. The two companies have worked closely to deliver a cutting-edge IVI-Integrated Cluster that offers features and performance exceeding the current market.

The patent differentiates DiSTI’s HMI Software products and solutions and the GL Studio software to facilitate both Safe and Non-Safe User Interface content in the same design file with a unified development workflow process.

This patented workflow is a method for mixed-criticality user interface development that includes storing at least one set of safety-critical requirements along with a corresponding safety-critical designation and designating an object according to the safety-critical designation for deployment along with other objects in a user interface.

“DiSTI has always been on the leading edge of the latest User Interface development technology,” said Christopher Giordano, VP UX/UI Technology for DISTI. “We were the first to certify our runtime for functional safety for the automotive market, and now have used that technology to formulate a best-in-class unified workflow to accommodate Safety-Critical and QM content in the same design. We are thrilled with the award of another patent that even further differentiates our GL Studio HMI/UI solution, and we look forward to taking this unique capability to market to better serve our customers.”

This process uses GL Studio’s OneTouch Deployment™ to handle the generation, content transfer, and application launch that takes less than 60 seconds to iterate. This feature allows for a very rapid iteration cycle. It lets UI design teams visualize their content on the hardware target without the need for complex programming and gives a common platform for implementation engineers to work seamlessly with UI designers.

  • Faster iteration time
  • Prototype directly on the hardware target
  • Automated partition of SC and QM content
  • Convenient, automated OneTouch Deployment™
  • Workflow source code available for customization throughout the project lifecycle

This patent is the latest award reflecting on The DiSTI Corporation’s investment in research and development. The patent acquired by DiSTI further strengthens its leadership in developing cutting-edge, industry-specific applications, instrumental in driving digital transformation across organizations worldwide.

For more details on DiSTI’s GL Studio Mixed-Criticality Workflow, please contact Sales@Disti.com.

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The DiSTI Corporation, a leading provider of graphical user interface development software and solutions, is pleased to announce that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a patent (No. 11,003,425) for an invention titled “Mixed-Criticality User Interface Development System.”

Garmin first approached DiSTI due to the GL Studio team’s experience with ISO 26262 ASIL D HMI development in automotive. The two companies have worked closely to deliver a cutting-edge IVI-Integrated Cluster that offers features and performance exceeding the current market.

The patent differentiates DiSTI’s HMI Software products and solutions and the GL Studio software to facilitate both Safe and Non-Safe User Interface content in the same design file with a unified development workflow process.

This patented workflow is a method for mixed-criticality user interface development that includes storing at least one set of safety-critical requirements along with a corresponding safety-critical designation and designating an object according to the safety-critical designation for deployment along with other objects in a user interface.

“DiSTI has always been on the leading edge of the latest User Interface development technology,” said Christopher Giordano, VP UX/UI Technology for DISTI. “We were the first to certify our runtime for functional safety for the automotive market, and now have used that technology to formulate a best-in-class unified workflow to accommodate Safety-Critical and QM content in the same design. We are thrilled with the award of another patent that even further differentiates our GL Studio HMI/UI solution, and we look forward to taking this unique capability to market to better serve our customers.”

This process uses GL Studio’s OneTouch Deployment™ to handle the generation, content transfer, and application launch that takes less than 60 seconds to iterate. This feature allows for a very rapid iteration cycle. It lets UI design teams visualize their content on the hardware target without the need for complex programming and gives a common platform for implementation engineers to work seamlessly with UI designers.

  • Faster iteration time
  • Prototype directly on the hardware target
  • Automated partition of SC and QM content
  • Convenient, automated OneTouch Deployment™
  • Workflow source code available for customization throughout the project lifecycle

This patent is the latest award reflecting on The DiSTI Corporation’s investment in research and development. The patent acquired by DiSTI further strengthens its leadership in developing cutting-edge, industry-specific applications, instrumental in driving digital transformation across organizations worldwide.

For more details on DiSTI’s GL Studio Mixed-Criticality Workflow, please contact Sales@Disti.com.

Download the Full Press Release