This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
Fast and Reliable Process for the Development of Automotive Embedded Software
Published November 01, 2000 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
The optimization of the electronics architecture of the vehicle requests flexibility in introducing new functionalities at a competitive cost. Within a consortium project called "Embedded Electronics Architecture,'' two car manufacturers: Renault and PSA, Aerospatiale, three tier 2 suppliers: Sagem, Siemens and Valeo, three R&D labs: INRIA, IRCyN and Loria have joined their R&D efforts. The partners define a fast and reliable process for designing the system architecture, developing the associated embedded software, selecting the appropriate hardware and software allocation, defining and integrating reusable components. The development process is based on independence between hardware and software, standard components, development methods and tools, contactualization of the development issues between partners.
The paper will introduce the consortium activities, the technical approach and give the first results: Architecture Implementation Language(AIL), interface , standardiza-tion, development methodologies.
|Technical Paper||Powertrain System Design: Functional and Architectural Specifications|
|Magazine Issue||Automotive Engineering: April 1, 2014|
|Technical Paper||Continuity of a System Engineering Referential Repository Applied on an Aerospace Use Case|