The rpmsg framework is used in this demonstration to transfer data between the Cortex™ M4 and Cortex™ A15 cores on the TI Jacinto 6 platform. The M4 cores are executing an AUTOSAR application and interfacing with a CAN simulator. The data is processed on the M4 cores and transferred to the A15 cores running Linux based Instrument Cluster and IVI applications. This demonstration shows how information from the CAN simulator can be efficiently processed on the M4 cores using AUTOSAR and integrated into the Instrument Cluster and IVI applications with a simple ambient light scenario.
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AMP, ARM, hypervisor, Infotainment, instrument cluster, IPC, IVI, jacinto 6, Multicore, rpmsg, SMP, SoC, Texas Instruments, Virtualization