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Intelligent Automotive System Services Requirements, Architectures and Implementation Issues
Published October 18, 2004 by Convergence Transportation Electronics Association in United States
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The paper introduces an integrated view on the emerging domain of system services as important part of an automotive IT infrastructure. System services are essential to allow an adequate administration and reliable operation of complex automotive IT systems during production, operation or maintenance of a vehicle.
System services are vehicle-wide services. They range from software installation and configuration services, safety and security services, system diagnosis services, communication, connectivity and network services, up to vehicle status or engergy management services.
The paper will discuss requirements, architecture and implementation issues as well as organisational implications, based on lessons learned from a prototypical implementation at BMW Car IT GmbH.
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CitationSaad, A. and Weinmann, U., "Intelligent Automotive System Services Requirements, Architectures and Implementation Issues," SAE Technical Paper 2004-21-0041, 2004.
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