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IESF: Network Design, Integration and AUTOSAR

A modern vehicle network can have a mixture of network topologies based on CAN, LIN, FlexRay and Ethernet, hosting up to 100 ECUs. Automation is mandatory to handle the complexity, and for many designers AUTOSAR is a well-established standard. This track will look at technologies and methods for improving design processes and reducing cost.

Featured Network Design Integration and AUTOSAR Events

Speeding up ECU Integration Cycle Time: How to Shorten the time Between Reception of ECU Extract and Updating the Configurations of AUTOSAR ECUs Thursday, October 23, 11:40 AM

Technical Session Integration cycles can take many months because of the impact that even small changes in redesigns have, in particular when the flow is discontinuous and scattered. This presentations talks about the concepts of integration that can reduce the time for the integration cycles dramatically, saving time & money - and gray hair for reduced risk in the process.

Variant Rich Network Communication Design as the Next Industry Challenge Thursday, October 23, 3:10 PM

Technical Session Communication between ECUs and Gateways in the vehicle can span CAN, Flexray and Ethernet. In addition to selecting the appropriate technology to connect ECUs and Gateways the timing and synchronization of communication across the entire network makes implementations extremely challenging. Timing based analysis and synthesis can automate and optimize vehicle network communication. This presentation will elaborate how to handle variants for the communication design for vehicle platforms.

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Technical Session
  • Developing According to ISO 26262 for Component Reuse
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    TECHNICAL SESSION SEooC (“Safety Element out of Context”) facilitates the development and deployment of re-usable components. A SEooC can be an item that does not exist at the time of development, a subsystem, a software component or a hardware component. When a SEooC is placed in the final item, safety validation according to ISO 26262 must occur. In this session an ASIL B safety case will be explored with Volcano™ VStar and will illustrate how a collection of SEooCs can be combined to contribute to the end-system safety case.

  • How to EarlyBbuild and Validate your Functional Design on a Real AUTOSAR Based ECU with no need of HW Test Benches
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    TECHNICAL SESSION With vehicle system integrator (VSI) it's easily to create a simulated version of a real AUTOSAR-based system architecture using the full aspect of the AUTOSAR standard; it helps the integration between your algorithm over (Simulink ® and LABVIEW ® ) and a real AUTOSAR Basic SW (BSW). VSI provides a timing simulations and measurements that helps the functional developer and the architect to tune their design models/architecture to fit the system requirements with no need to a real HW test benches. with an instruction set simulation mode (ISS-Mode which describes the target) it's possible to obtain an early full timing specification of the system at the prototype phase.

    This presentations talks about the concepts of integration that can reduce the time for the integration cycles dramatically, saving time & money - and gray hair for reduced risk in the process.

  • Moving Vehicle Communication Backbone to Ethernet
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    TECHNICAL SESSION This presentation will talk about the first experiences with an integrated approach to adopting an Ethernet based communication backbone between gateways in the vehicle. Based on AUTOSAR 4.2.1, BroadR Reach and Volcano network design technology outlines real world implementation findings.

  • Speeding up ECU Integration Cycle Time: How to Shorten the time Between Reception of ECU Extract and Updating the Configurations of AUTOSAR ECUs
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    TECHNICAL SESSION Integration cycles can take many months because of the impact that even small changes in redesigns have, in particular when the flow is discontinuous and scattered.

    This presentations talks about the concepts of integration that can reduce the time for the integration cycles dramatically, saving time & money - and gray hair for reduced risk in the process.

Presenter: Dr. Oscar Slotosch, CEO, Validas AG
  • Variant Rich Network Communication Design as the Next Industry Challenge
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    TECHNICAL SESSION Communication between ECUs and Gateways in the vehicle can span CAN, Flexray and Ethernet. In addition to selecting the appropriate technology to connect ECUs and Gateways the timing and synchronization of communication across the entire network makes implementations extremely challenging. Timing based analysis and synthesis can automate and optimize vehicle network communication. This presentation will elaborate how to handle variants for the communication design for vehicle platforms.