New Tilcon Features Empower Wind River VxWorks and Wind River Linux Customers to Build Rich User Interfaces

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Tilcon Software redefines the rich UI/HMI experience with groundbreaking GUI development tools for Wind River VxWorks and Linux, enabling high- fidelity user experiences on a wide range of industrial, defense, medical, automotive and mobile devices.

Tilcon has a long history of providing Wind River customers with tightly integrated tools that highly complement Wind River products, allowing manufacturers to produce graphically impressive GUIs for their devices, reduce project risks and accelerate time-to-market.

Tilcon Software Ltd., a leading provider of Graphical User Interface (GUI) solutions for embedded applications, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Version 5.5.5 of its Interface Development Suite (IDS) for VxWorks and Wind River Linux. User interface designers and application developers can now take advantage of Tilcon's full-featured GUI Builder to quickly realize state-of-the-art, high-fidelity GUIs for embedded devices. New features such as codeless simulation tools and direct import of Adobe® Photoshop® files enable designers and engineers with easy sharing of "working" models of the GUI. The end-user experience can be tuned right up to and including the finalized user interface reducing overall risks associated with new product introductions and saving countless man-hours of engineering effort with a "right the first time" approach. UI designers are no longer constrained in their choice of tools for creating a unique look and feel. Tilcon's integrated workflow makes it easier than ever to build engaging user interfaces that are highly functional and easy to use.

"We've introduced our Photoshop® integration feature as a way for designers to easily create their UI designs in tools they are familiar and comfortable with. This allows them to import, export, and merge new designs into a functional interface builder, which allows them to prototype and implement a production GUI without any coding," says Ron Boivin, V.P of Tilcon Software. "Our dynamically reconfigurable user interface technology makes it easy to integrate complex, multi-function applications into cohesive, user friendly and distinctive user interfaces that elegantly express a vendor's brand elements. Rich GUIs are now a competitive necessity and by leveraging Wind River's operating systems, media enablement assets and graphic subsystems we help our customers to produce compelling user interfaces with exceptional responsiveness. Furthermore Wind River customers can now deploy their application across VxWorks and Wind River Linux without any modification to the underlying UI code."

"Wind River's industry leading operating systems and multicore development tools provide manufacturers with a compelling foundation for their next generation of device development," said Marc Brown, vice president of VxWorks Marketing at Wind River. "Tilcon has a long history of providing Wind River customers with tightly integrated tools that highly complement Wind River products, allowing manufacturers to produce graphically impressive GUIs for their devices, reduce project risks and accelerate time-to-market."

Tilcon Software Limited is a leading provider of graphical user interface software tools for embedded systems. Tilcon's rich feature set, support for multiple platforms and extensive experience with graphics development for real-time and embedded projects has resulted in an effective user interface solution used worldwide in demanding applications such as medical devices, driver information systems, consumer electronics, defence systems and a wide range of industrial machinery.

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