The AUTOSAR Tool Platform (Artop) is an implementation of common base functionality for AUTOSAR development tools. Artop, including its source code, is available free of charge to all AUTOSAR members and partners. The Artop development process is transparent and based on a community approach driven by AUTOSAR members and partners. The community that develops Artop is organized as the Artop User Group.

News

Artop Release 4.8
2017-11-30 22:35
We are pleased to announce that release 4.8 of Artop is now available. As the biggest enhancement Artop now supports:
▪ AUTOSAR Classis Platform 4.3.0
▪ AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform 17-10
▪ Compatibility with Eclipse Mars Service Release 2
▪ Compatibility with Eclipse Neon Service Release 2

The Artop 4.8 SDK and Technology Demonstrator can be downloaded by registered users.
Artop Release 4.7
2017-09-25 18:19
We are pleased to announce that release 4.0 of Artop is now available. As the biggest enhancement Artop now supports first adaptive AUTOSAR release. The Artop 4.7 SDK and Technology Demonstrator can be downloaded by registered users.
Artop Release 4.6
2017-02-07 14:01
We are pleased to announce that release 4.6 of Artop is now available. Major changes and new features that were introduced with this release are:

The Artop 4.6 SDK and Technology Demonstrator can be downloaded by registered users. It is based on Eclipse Neon SR2.
Artop Release 4.5
2017-02-07 14:00
We are pleased to announce that release 4.5 of Artop is now available. Major changes and new features that were introduced with this release are:

The Artop 4.5 SDK and Technology Demonstrator can be downloaded by registered users.
ARText Release 1.7.2
2016-10-10 15:19
We are happy to announce the release of ARText 1.7.2. It is now based on Artop 4.5.x, running on Eclipse Luna. ARText is now compatible with Xtext 2.8. The main focus of this release was on compatibility and stability, but we have also included some minor new features. For a detailed listing, please see here. As usual, the SDK, Demonstrator and Headless (former standalone) compiler are now available in the Downloads section.