DiSTI introduced GL Studio ES (Embedded Systems), which is streamlined for the creation of interfaces for enhanced embedded applications. GL Studio ES software toolkit enables a seamless transition from prototyping, to testing and to the deployment of graphical interfaces on embedded systems. GL Studio ES bridges the gap in transitioning high performance interfaces, envisioned by the industrial designers, to a working reality without compromising visual fidelity or behavior.
ALT Software, Green Hills Software, and DiSTI have teamed together to create the Visual Interface Bundle for embedded systems (VIBE). The bundle is an out of the box solution for the rapid development and deployment of visual interfaces used in embedded and safety critical systems. VIBE will be available after the Europe Avionics show (March 16-17).
DiSTI rolled out version 4.2 of their GL Studio software toolkit. The new features in GL Studio 4.2 simplify user interface development, speed up project deliveries, and improve interface performance. GL Studio 4.2 offers efficient editor improvements and dynamic rendering capabilities. GL Studio enables developers to build high-fidelity graphics and fully interactive controls into software products. With GL Studio, programmers can create reusable 2D or 3D graphical user interfaces for operating, maintaining, or replicating complex systems.
DiSTI rolled out GL Studio Version 4.1. The latest release will increase the user’s ability to create high fidelity HMI content and reduce the entire production timeline. GL Studio was originally released in 2000 as the first toolkit of its kind to apply the power of object-oriented C++ code generation to graphical interface application development. A decade later, GL Studio is now a highly regarded tool for the rapid development of high fidelity graphical interfaces. GL Studio 4.1 is available now.