How Everything StartedAnd what we want to do next

In 2008, when applications of multi-core processors in embedded systems were in an early discussion, Michael Deubzer and Martin Hobelsberger began their research work on multi-core scheduling and software architecture. In a joint research project between the industry company Continental Automotive and the University of Applied Sciences OTH Regensburg, the two research colleagues did in-depth research in the field of model-based design and simulation of the timing behavior of multi-core real-time systems. After a successul prototype application, Martin and Michael decided to found Timing-Architects three years later, in April 2011. After creating the business concept and initializing the product development, the first version of the TA Simulator was publicly presented at the Embedded World 2012 in Nuermberg, Germany.

"Our goal with TA is to continuously advance the technology for the development of real-time system software and to provide our customers with the best tools and service, in order to develop sustainable products improving daily life."

Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer, CEO

Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer and Dr.-Ing. Martin Hobelsberger founded Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH in order to support companies with comprehensive solutions for the evaluation and optimization of non-functional properties of embedded multi-core and many-core systems.

TA History Timeline

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  • Till 2010

    Till 2010, Dr. Michael Deubzer and Prof. Dr. Martin Hobelsberger worked on a project at Continental AG and Research Project DynaS³.

  • Till 2010

    The project regarding embedded multi-core systems was supported by Continental AG, TU Munich, University of Applied Science Regensburg, and University of Magdeburg.

  • 2011

    On April 1st, 2011 Timing-Architects Embedded Systems was found by Dr. Michael Deubzer and Prof. Dr. Martin Hobelsberger.

  • 2011

    The first headquarter of TA was at the IT- Speicher in Regensburg.

  • 2011

    At first, TA started working in one room with two tables.

  • 2011

    After the foundation, TA was awarded by the BMWi as Germany‘s most innovative start-up and by the IKT Innovativ for the foundation.

  • 2011

    A tradition was born – the first team event took place and the two founders showed their passion for climbing.

  • 2011

    2011 TA published its first product – the TA Simulator.

  • 2012

    TA appeared for the first time at the Embedded World 2012 in Nuremberg and published a new module – the TA Optimizer.

  • 2013

    This year marked the first global appearance of TA, entering the Asian market by wining Hyundai Motor Company as a customer and MDS Technology as a distributor.

  • 2014

    CEO and co-founder Prof. Dr. Martin Hobelsberger received call to University of Applied Science Munich to teach the young talents of tomorrow.

  • 2014

    The product portfolio was enlarged by two new modules – the TA Designer and the TA Inspector – completing the picture of the TA Tool Suite for a couple of years.

  • 2015

    TA brought to life the Embedded Multi-Core Conference together with Elektrobit, iSYSTEM, and Infineon and establish a cooperative environment for multi-core experts to exchange their experience and knowledge.

  • 2015

    TA released the TA Tool Suite Extensions to make its solutions highly versatile in application.

  • 2015

    2015 marked the year for the first distributor in China. Beijing Siener Electronics started supporting the Chinese market.

  • 2015

    In 2015, Dr. Michael Deubzer was selected by the jury of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Review as one of Germany's top 10 innovators under the age of 35.

  • 2016

    Due to the growing number of employees the headquarter in the IT-Speicher was to small and TA moved to its new headquarter in the TechBase of Regensburg.

  • 2016

    Along with friends, customers, and supporters over the years, TA celebrated in Aprils its 5th birthday.

  • 2016

    Vector Informatik and TA joined forces to push the companies mission for the future and adding new distributors locations around the globe.

  • 2016

    The TA team is growing constantly and reached 50 employees during the year 2016.

  • 2016

    The scope of the TA Tool Suite was enhanced by integrating distributed systems analysis and data mapping optimization.

  • 2016

    Around the world – in 2016 TA visited the US and won its first customers there.

  • 2017

    The new module – the TA Integrator – was published at the Embedded World in Nuremberg.

Today, Timing-Architects offers a set of tools for multi-core development which support different phases of development. With the rise of advanced driver assistance systems and future autonomous driving functions, high-performance computation platforms scale from multi-core to distributed and interconnected multi-core systems.

For this purpose, Timing-Architects extended the scope of the TA Tool Suite to provide the best technology for these systems, in order to support the design phase, as well as the verification phase. With a great team of  technical and business experts, TA defines the future of the information infrastructure of autonomous driving with their customers.

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