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Towards flexible and dependable E/E-architectures for future vehicles

 
: Weiß, Gereon; Schleiß, Philipp; Drabek, Christian

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Created on: 20.10.2016


Roy, Matthieu (Ed.) ; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique -CNRS-, Laboratoire d'Architecture et d'Analyse des Systemes, Paris:
CARS 2016, 4th International Workshop on Critical Automotive Applications: Robustness & Safety. Online resource : September 6, 2016, Göteborg, Sweden
Göteborg, 2016
http://conf.laas.fr/cars/CARS/CARS2016.html
4 pp.
International Workshop on Critical Automotive Applications - Robustness & Safety (CARS) <4, 2016, Göteborg>
European Commission EC
FP7; 608645; SafeAdapt
Safe Adaptive Software for Fully Electric Vehicles
English
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer ESK
SafeAdapt; fail operational; E/E architecture; automated driving; software architecture

Abstract
Future vehicles are expected to evolve towards enabling fully electric and autonomous driving. However, technically this evolution requires fundamental changes of traditional automotive engineering principles. Specifically, challenges arise for the Electric/Electronic (E/E) vehicle architectures as underlying basis for almost all car functionalities. Higher demands on vehicle system’s flexibility and dependability have to be incorporated. We present a novel approach for such future E/E-architectures which considers these requirements as first principles by exploiting runtime adaptation capabilities. Based on use cases, a generic hardware and software architecture is presented which enables technology-independent realization of the provided concepts. Additionally, the incorporated generic failure management and design support are introduced. The approach has been evaluated in different prototype demonstrators, including an e-vehicle prototype compromising enhanced driving functionality. Thereby, the advantages of the concepts for future vehicle E/E-architectural development could be highlighted.

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