Simma Software Donates Software and Support Services to University of California, Irvine
Press release date: March 7, 2012
Donation to University of California, Irvine
March 7, 2012, Terre Haute, IN – Today Simma Software, Inc. donated software and support services to the Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. They gave a gift-in-kind of software including their J1939 protocol stack and a CAN device driver for Microchip’s dsPIC33 microcontroller. Along with the software, the firm included one year of support and 10 hours of consulting. The support and consulting allowed for students and professors to make inquiries regarding the software functionality. With this donation, Simma Software hoped to give back to the software engineering profession and inspire future software engineers.
About Simma Software, Inc.
Simma Software, Inc. specializes in real-time embedded software and hardware for the automotive, military, and industrial automation industry. Products and services include protocol stacks, bootloaders, device drivers, training, and consultation on the following technologies: J1939, CAN, J1587, J1708, J2497, J1922, J1979, ISO 15765, OBD-II, CANopen, UDS, LIN, XCP and NMEA2000. The firm also has a full suite of vehicle network adapters supporting RS232, USB, Bluetooth, and WiFi interfaces.
MEDIA CONTACT: Patrick Browne, Ph: 888-256-3828 E-mail: sales ‘at’ simmasoftware.com