ArtistDesign Automotive Systems Day 2008

March 12th, 2008       Munich, Germany organised and funded by ARTIST 

Programme & Links to Papers

-* 4.1 Physical Architectures (Automotive Special Day) (Session)
Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, UC Berkeley, US (Moderator, Organiser)
M Di Natale, Scuola S Anna Pisa, IT (Organiser)
- T. Forest (GM Research), Warren, MI
- A. Ferrari (Parades), Roma, IT
- G. Audisio, M. Sabatini (Pirelli Tyre SpA), Milano, IT
This section will provide insight into new developments and advances in electronics automotive architectures. The design of innovative chip architectures, new upcoming standards for high-bandwidth and deterministic communication (FlexRay) and sensors are the domains of interest, with emphasis on reliability and support for advanced active safety functions.
-* 5.1.1 Software Components for Reliable Automotive Systems (Automotive Special Day) (Session)
Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, UC Berkeley, US (Organiser)
M Di Natale, Scuola S Anna Pisa, IT (Moderator, Organiser)
- H. Heinecke (BMW Car IT GmbH), Munich, Germany
- W. Damm, B. Josko, A. Metzner (OFFIS), Oldenburg, Germany
- H. Kopetz (Technical University of Vienna), Wien, Austria
System-level integration requires an overall understanding of the interplay of the sub-systems to enable component-based development with portability, reconfigurability and extensibility and guaranteed reliability and performance levels. Integration by simple interfaces and plug-and-play of sub-systems, which is the main objective of AUTOSAR, requires solving essential technical problem.
-* 5.1.2 Model-Based-Design is nice but• (Automotive Special Day) (Lunchtime Keynote)
- Herbert Hanselmann (dSPACE GmbH), DE (Keynote Speaker)
- Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (UC Berkeley), US (Moderator)
Without Model-Based-Design (MBD) today’s automotive embedded systems would not exist. However, MBD generates its own challenges. Tools and concepts are helping in many areas, but the user’s needs often seem to outpace the capabilities of tools and processes, especially for large systems with complex software interacting across boundaries. System Design is underdeveloped. In this keynote, an assessment of the current situation is given as well as a vision of how developers should design and test systems in the future.
-* 6.1 Methods, Tools and Standards for the Analysis and Evaluation of Modern Automotive Architectures
(Automotive Special Day) (Session)
- Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (UC Berkeley), US (Organiser)
- M Di Natale (Scuola S Anna Pisa, IT) (Moderator, Organiser)
- E. Frank (VaST Systems), Munich, Germany
- R Wilhelm (Saarland University), Saarbrücken, Germany
- R Ernst (TU Braunschweig), Braunschweig Germany
Time predictability is related to the capability of predicting the system-level timing behaviour (latencies and jitter), resulting from the synchronisation between tasks and messages, but also from the synchronisation and queuing policies of the middleware and RTOS levels. In this session, we review tools for the evaluation by simulation or by static analysis of timing properties of complex embedded systems.
-* 7.1 The Future Car: Technology, Methods and Tools (Automotive Special Day) (Panel Session)
- Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, (UC Berkeley), US (Moderator, Organiser)
- M Di Natale, (Scuola S Anna Pisa), IT (Organiser)
The car of the future will be based on very advanced software and hardware technologies for improved safety and additional features such as autonomous driving, vehicle to vehicle communication, extensive communication and entertainment subsystems. What are the limiting factors for introducing new technology in cars? What are the standards, methods and tools that will be needed to bring these cars to market quickly and with guaranteed properties? The experts in the panel will address these questions and discuss their preferred solutions.

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