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Rightware lance la première gamme de A à Z de logiciels de conception d’interface utilisateur du secteur

Rightware®, le leader dans le domaine des logiciels de conception et d’implémentation d’interface utilisateur (IU), est fier d’annoncer que la version la plus récente de sa solution IU Kanzi® est la première version destinée aux millions d’infographistes et de développeurs d’applications travaillant à des solutions IU pour écrans tactiles. Ciblant tous les infographistes, de ceux travaillant en grande entreprise à des conceptions d’interfaces utilisateurs essentielles à la mission à ceux dans les cabinets de conception de taille moyenne, en passant par les infographistes travailleurs indépendants, qui veulent essayer quelque chose de nouveau, cette toute dernière version de Kanzi est l’une des plus importantes versions ajoutées à Rightware depuis sa création, axée sur la facilité d’utilisation et lançant de nouvelles versions du produit, destinées à un public potentiel encore plus grand.

Rightware's Kanzi 2.6 Software for creating unique 3D User Interfaces for touch screens (Photo: Busi ...

Rightware's Kanzi 2.6 Software for creating unique 3D User Interfaces for touch screens (Photo: Business Wire)

« Il s’agit de l’une des mises à jour les plus importantes que nous ayons apportées à Kanzi », a affirmé Jonas Geust, PDG de Rightware. « Ayant pris conscience que Kanzi était déjà devenu une technologie essentielle à la mission dans certains marchés verticaux, nous avons commencé à nous concentrer sur une initiative visant à fournir une gamme de produits de A à Z aux capacités haut de gamme destinée aux grandes comme aux petites équipes d’infographistes. Notre objectif est de faire de Kanzi le meilleur choix pour tous en termes de développement d’IU, et la toute dernière version constitue notre premier pas vers cet objectif. »

Kanzi est rapidement en train de devenir un choix populaire chez des clients et partenaires clés dans l’industrie automobile comme c’est le cas dans le secteur de l’électronique grand public. Kanzi réunit un puissant Kanzi Studio (outil de création de contenu d’IU exécuté sur PC), et un moteur multi-plateformes d’infographie et d’interface utilisateur utilisant les ressources efficacement, (Kanzi Engine), dans un progiciel complet. Il s’agit d’une solution complète de création rapide et de déploiement immédiat d’interfaces graphiques utilisateur 2D et 3D avancées pour la téléphonie mobile, l’automobile, les décodeurs, les smart TV et autres appareils embarqués.

« L’interface utilisateur et le système d’infodivertissements sont devenus les éléments clés permettant aux voitures de luxe de se démarquer les unes des autres, qu’ils fournissent les informations nécessaires au conducteur ou qu’ils offrent des options de divertissement dernier cri aux passagers », a déclaré Mathias Halliger, chef de l’architecture, système MMI chez Audi. « Notre étroite relation avec Rightware, témoigne de la façon dont nous sommes en mesure de continuer à mener le secteur en termes de conception de systèmes d’infodivertissements et de tableaux de bord. Nous nous réjouissons des progrès continus que montre Kanzi, et nous sommes ravis que cette solution continue à faire partie de nos systèmes d’infodivertissements primés. »

Kanzi a joué un rôle clé en révolutionnant le système d’infodivertissements de tableau de bord dans l’industrie automobile avec des conceptions primées par Audi et d’autres constructeurs automobiles de premier plan et fournisseurs de niveau 1, ainsi que plusieurs fabricants de smartphones et de tablettes. La société envisage de pénétrer agressivement des marchés nouveaux et émergents, tels que le divertissement, les tablettes mobiles, les smart TV et autres applications verticales intégrées.

Parmi les importantes nouvelles fonctions Kanzi, citons :

  • L’importation toute nouvelle de modèle 3D aux formats FBX et Collada, la norme du secteur
  • La présentation précise et flexible de texte à l’aide de contrôles IU 3D et 2D
  • Un système de mise en page pour les couches IU 2D comprenant contrôles de piles et grilles
  • Mises en page proportionnées pour prendre en charge le déploiement d’IU sur des tailles d’écran diverses
  • Compression des textures de matériel prenant désormais en charge ATC, ETC et DXT
  • Rendu précis de la transparence à l’aide d’alpha prémultiplié

Fonctions pour la convivialité et la productivité :

  • Accès sensible au contexte à la documentation de référence et nouveaux tutoriels rapides
  • Tutoriels vidéo pour permettre un apprentissage rapide
  • Édition visuelle du projet d’IU avec outils de prévisualisation en temps réel
  • Accès rapide aux supports dans la nouvelle bibliothèque de documents
  • Nombreuses autres améliorations à la navigation dans le projet, aux déclenchements d’événement et à l’éditeur d’animation...

Fonctions remaniées :

  • Création facile d’ombres avec le composeur de carte d’ombres
  • Rendu précis et rapide des reflets avec le composeur de carte-cube
  • Composeurs personnalisés définis par l’utilisateur pour le post-traitement des effets (flou de mouvement, par ex.)
  • Consommation de mémoire d’exécution significativement réduite grâce à la nouvelle gestion des ressources

« Nous sommes incroyablement fiers de cette version », a confié Ville Illves, directeur de l’exploitation chez Rightware. « L’année dernière nous avons étudié plus en détail ce que les infographistes et les développeurs souhaitaient, et nous avons commencé à travailler à partir de leurs commentaires. Il nous a fallu beaucoup de travail pour y arriver tout en conservant la conception intuitive et facile à utiliser qui fait de Kanzi une solution séduisante. Nous sommes sûrs que les infographistes et les développeurs sont contents des progrès que nous avons faits jusqu’à maintenant. »

La nouvelle gamme de produits

Il y a trois possibilités d’obtenir une licence Kanzi :

  • Essai de Rightware Kanzi 2.6– Essai gratuit de 30 jours pour le développement pour Android
  • Version pro de Rightware Kanzi 2.6 - 999 $ pour le développement pour Android avec progiciel de développement pour iOS en option
  • Version entreprise de Rightware Kanzi 2.6 - 10 999 $ pour le développement d’applications et de produits embarqués pour Windows, Android, Linux et QNX

Pour une liste complète des produits et fonctions, veuillez consulter : http://www.rightware.com/kanzi-ui-solutions/

Pour télécharger la solution Kanzi gratuite de création d’applications interactives pleine de fonctions, consultez http://www.rightware.com/kanzi-ui-solutions/download-kanzi/

À propos de Rightware

Rightware® est le leader du marché en technologie d’interface utilisateur avancée, desservant les industries de la téléphonie mobile, de l’automobile et autres industries embarquées avec sa solution Kanzi® pour la conception et le déploiement rapides d’interfaces utilisateur. Rightware développe également des outils d’analyse de performance de système leaders sur le marché et son portefeuille de produits renommés comprend la gamme de produits Basemark™ pour diverses utilisations d’analyse comparative, y compris des bancs d’essai de norme industrielle pour OpenGL ES, OpenVG, OpenCL, Android, Linux, et la mesure de performance Windows Mobile. Rightware a son siège à Espoo, en Finlande et des bureaux à Saratoga, en Californie, Shanghai et Munich. Pour plus d’informations : www.rightware.com

Rightware et Kanzi sont des marques de commerce ou des marques déposées détenues et contrôlées exclusivement par Rightware Oy ; elles sont protégées par la loi en vigueur sur les marques de commerce et ne peuvent être utilisées dans aucune mesure sans le consentement écrit exprès préalable de Rightware Oy dans chaque cas. Les autres noms de produit ou de société mentionnés dans ce document peuvent constituer les marques de commerce de leurs propriétaires respectifs.

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