ARTIST2 Workshop Beyond AutoSar

March 23-24, 2006       Innsbrück Austria organised and funded by ARTIST 

Programme, Slides & Conclusions

Minutes and Overall Conclusions

Thursday March 23rd - morning

Modellierung 2006 workshop on: Modellbasierte Entwicklung von eingebetteten Fahrzeugfunktionen.
The Artist meeting was scheduled to provide an opportunity to attend the morning sessions of the workshop on Modellbasierte Entwicklung von eingebetteten Fahrzeugfunktionen, which is a part of the Modellierung 2006 conference.
Organized by Torsten Klein (Carmeq) and Heiko Dörr (Daimler-Chrysler).
This session was in German .

Thursday March 23rd - afternoon

ARTIST2 Real-Time Components cluster afternoon on Advanced Embedded Control
This was the first working meeting of this new cluster. This meeting focused on the topic of Advanced Embedded Control, .i.e, the combination of control functions and embedded architecture design in automobile and how the two aspects interact with each other.
Welcome address and presentation of the afternoon by Albert Benveniste (INRIA).
- Stefan Kowalewski (Aachen University)
On the relation between software development and control function development in automotive embedded systems.
- Karl-Erik Arzen (Lund University)
Control over automotive networks, pros and cons of Time-Triggered and Event-Triggered paradigms for communication and computation for these types of systems.
- Carlos Canudas de Wit (Laboratoire d’Automatique de Grenoble)
Control Design for X-by-Wire Components: Steering-By-Wire.

- Panel session moderated by Bengt Jonsson (Uppsala University) and recorded by Albert Benveniste: wrap-up of the presentations and future directions for research.

- RTC cluster working meeting. We planned the next meetings for the two Activities: Forums With Specific Industrial Sectors, and Seeding New Work Directions, and we shall briefly review the workplan of other JPRAs of the cluster.

Friday March 24th


- AUTOSAR: The Industrial Perspective
The morning session gave an up-to-date first-hand insight into key developments in the AUTOSAR project regarding its component model and the handling of safety and real-time aspects. The presentations will be followed by an initial shorter discussion period allowing clarification of issues related to the presentation.
- Welcome and introduction by Werner Damm (Oldenburg University and OFFIS)
- Dr. Christian Salzmann, BMW Car IT
AUTOSAR - First Experiences and the Migration Strategy of the BMW Group.
- Dr. Kai Richter, Symtavision
The Autosar Timing Model - Status and Challenges.

- Panel: Beyond AUTOSAR
Moderated by Werner Damm and recorded by Albert Benveniste
- The afternoon session identified strategic joint research directions between industry and academia for enhancing future electronic development processes, and capitalizing on AUTOSAR results.
The format will be a discussion panel including invited academic and industrial representatives (including the speakers), with active participation with all persons present.
- Panelists were the industrial speakers, plus François Terrier (CEA), Rolf Ernst (Braunschweig University), Martin Törngren (KTH), Stefan Kowalewski (Aachen University), Alberto Sangiovanni (PARADES), and Joseph Sifakis (Verimag).
- Rolf Ernst (TU Braunschweig)
- Susanne Graf / Joseph Sifakis (VERIMAG)
- Alberto Ferrari / Alberto Sangiovanni (PARADES)
- François Terrier (CEA)
- Martin Törngren (KTH)

- Challenges Learned from Industrial Presentations: discussion and wrap-up
- Position Statements by Panel members (5mn statement and extensive discussions)
- Position Statements by Workshop Participants
- Initial Summary of Key findings

Saturday March 25th

A designated subgroup met in the morning to sum up the main conclusions and detailed notes of the previous day, in a published document (this was not part of the open meeting).

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