Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer, CTO,
Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany
Jens Harnisch,
Tool Line Manager,
Infineon...
Dear colleagues,
Software-driven functionality has emerged in many automotive applications during the last
decades and sig...
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	 Who's who wall
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09:15	 Welcome coffee
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Learn from and discuss with international experts about the challenges and opportunities of multi-core technologies and develop strategies of how to exploit best the cost, time and resource benefits that will arise with multi-core technology in embedded systems.

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Automotive Embedded Multi-Core Systems Conference - 16 - 18 September 2014 in Stuttgart Marriott Hotel, Sindelfingen, Germany

  1. 1. Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany Jens Harnisch, Tool Line Manager, Infineon AG, Germany Dominik Reinhardt, Research Engineer and Computer Scientist, Software Architecture and Platform Software, BMW AG, Germany Jongtaek Han, Senior Research Engineer, Hyundai-Motor Company, South Korea Christos Ebert, Test Software Powertrain, AUDI AG, Germany Chairman Highlight speakers include Interactive Workshop Day | Thursday, 18 September 2014 Full-Day Workshop: Foundation of Multi-Core Software Engineering To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.multi-core-systems.com/MM SA V E up to € 400,-w ith our Early Birds ifyou book and pay by 18 July 2014! • Discuss with leading specialists from BMW, Audi, Bosch and Continental on how to successfully migrate from single-core to multi-core technology • Hear from OEMs and suppliers on best-practices and benefit from expert knowledge on the integration of the new technology into the development process • Gain valuable insights into how to manage the new complexity arising from the parallel nature of multi-core systems • Learn which solutions OEMs and suppliers are using to master the new challenges, manage short development times and meet safety goals Meet leading international companies and institutes such as • BMW AG • AUDI AG • Infineon AG • Robert Bosch GmbH • Hyundai-Motor Company • Continental Automotive GmbH • TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – KIT • Multicore Association International Conference AUTOMOTIVE EMBEDDED MULTI-CORE SYSTEMS Challenge existing problems and identify actionable solutions on automotive multi-core systems 16 – 18 September 2014 • Stuttgart Marriott Hotel Sindelfingen, Germany Looking for auto industry intelligence? Join Automotive IQ – it’s free. www.automotive-iq.com The only event on embedded multi-core technologies for the automotive industry
  2. 2. Dear colleagues, Software-driven functionality has emerged in many automotive applications during the last decades and significantly improved efficiency, comfort and safety of personal mobility. However, although control units have brought significant improvements, most systems are far away from fulfilling the criteria which the majority would call adaptive, intelligent or even completely safe. The demand for better safety functions, zero emissions and sophisticated comfort features are factors that express the need for additional and intelligent use of processing power within automotive control units. Due to the physical restriction, single core processors are no longer adequate to satisfy requirements of next-generation control units. This makes changes towards a new processing technology with multi-core inevitable. Multi- and many-core processors will be the technology which forms the basis of future control units, but as you all know, the technical questions arising with tightly coupled parallel processing and dynamic behavior are big challenges for the complete domain. With its specifically tailored program, the “Automotive Multi-Core Systems 2014“ is an unique forum for exchange of views and experiences among experts facing the challenges posed by multi-core technology, in order to lay the foundations for the next years. Join us in looking forward to exciting talks, technical discussions and building a roadmap for future embedded software development. See you in Stuttgart! Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany Sponsorship We have a variety of packages available to suit your requirements. For all Sponsorship and Exhibition oppor- tunities call Max Ribitzky: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 75 or email sponsorship@iqpc.de Looking to gain more insight into the topic of this conference? Want to stay on top of developments and the latest trends in the automotive industry? Then become a member of Automotive IQ. www.automotive-iq.com Membership is free. By becoming a member you gain access to a plethora of industry-relevant information through expert interviews, white papers, our blog, presentations and podcasts. Take advantage of our free content and network with your peers. Learn about our automotive ­conferences and benefit from early-bird savings. 16 – 18 September 2014 • Stuttgart Marriott Hotel Sindelfingen, Germany To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.multi-core-systems.com/MM Sponsors Elektrobit Automotive GmbH Am Wolfsmantel 46 91085 Erlangen, Germany Phone: +49 (0) 9131 7701-0 FAX: +49 (0) 9131 7701-6333 sales.automotive@elektrobit.com www.automotive.elektrobit.com Elektrobit (EB) Automotive represents one of the most important suppliers of embedded software solutions for the automotive industry. In addition to the development of inno- vative products, it also specializes in services and consult- ing for the automotive industry, supplying implementations of serial software solutions for a broad range of AUTOSAR & Functional Safety (Single- and Multicore) devices as well as infotainment, navigation, HMI and driver assistance systems. EB continues to invest in feature integration and development tools so that the in-vehicle devices get to market more quickly and ship in volume sooner. Lead sponsor Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH Bruderwöhrdstr. 15b 93055 Regensburg, Germany Phone: +49 (0) 941 604 889 250 FAX: +49 (0) 941 604 889 259 info@timing-architects.com www.timing-architects.com Timing-Architects (TA) is an internationally operating high- tech company, specialized in the optimization of software for embedded multi- and many-core real-time systems. For their innovative tool solution “TA Tool Suite” the com- pany received multiple awards and is also recognized by experts as a leading player in research and development of multi-core embedded systems. iSystem AG Carl-Zeiss-Str 1 85247 Schwabhausen, Germany www.isystem.com iSYSTEM is a privately held company headquartered in Germany, close to Munich. Since its foundation in 1986, iSYSTEM is an independent manufacturer and provider of embedded software debugging, analysis and test tools.The flexible integration and application of iSYSTEM solutions within the entire development process is enabled by open and public interfaces (APIs) that also allow engineers to automate timing analysis and testing. International Conference AUTOMOTIVE EMBEDDED MULTI-CORE SYSTEMS
  3. 3. 08:30 Registration and welcome coffee Who's who wall Learn about your peers. Discover who else is participating in the conference. The matchmaking wall will help you identify the delegates you want to meet at the conference. 09:15 Opening remarks by conference chairman Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany Overcoming multi-core challenges 09:20 Automotive multi-core challenge – a reflection on the last years and outlook • Status report on lessons learned from successful projects • Technical and high-level benefits for the automotive industry • Challenges which have to be addressed from the developmental point of view • Possibilities for the future – control unit generation beyond migration Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany 10:05 Speed Networking and Business Card Exchange Get connected to the other delegates in short one to one meetings. Share your professional background, discuss your business issues briefly and find out who you have to catch up with. Don´t forget your business cards! 10:35 Networking morning coffee 11:05 Deep Insight with In-System Tracing • Hard real time on multi-core requires tracing • Why AURIX sets the benchmark in this area • How to use trace beyond debugging Dr. Albrecht Mayer, Senior Principal for Emulation Systems and Tooling, Infineon AG, Germanyy 11:50 Distributed software (SW) development: OEM and supplier cooperation • Overview of challenges, risks and opportunities • The need for standardised interfaces between parties • Case-study: Successful cooperation for efficient SW development Christos Ebert, Test Software Powertrain, AUDI AG, Germany 12:35 Networking luncheon 14:05 Industry standards to support multi-core and many-core system development • Describing a common software-hardware interface between the multi-core processor hardware and the software tools • Optimising development tools to more efficiently utilise multi-core and many-core hardware • Programming models and the use of software standards as applied to multicore applications • Creating portable and scalable solutions for multicore systems Masaki Gondo, eSOL/Multicore Association Working Group Chair, USA Mastering the challenge of designing a multi-core system 14:50 Large scale software integration within domain- oriented automotive E/E-systems • Challenges for future software consolidation on domain controller units • An intrusive and non-intrusive integration methodology for safety-relevant software • A case study for large scale software integration within a virtualized system Dominik Reinhardt, Research Engineer and Computer Scientist, BMW AG, Germany 15:35 Afternoon coffee and networking opportunity 16:05 Panel discussion: Collaboration models between TIER 1 and OEMs for multi-core projects – lessons learned from pilot projects • Comprehensive exchange process of system models • Evaluation of the system modules as well as the overall system • Mastering of multi-core requirements definition and exchange Interactive 45-minute session on the challenges and opportunities of multi-core systems in the automotive industry with participation from Dr. Oliver Sander, Research Group Leader and Senior Scientist, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany And other selected speakers of the day 16: 50 Automotive Railway Avionics Multi-core Systems (ARAMiS) • Overview of the ARAMiS project - challenges and goals • Selected project results for safety critical and mixed critical systems • Comparability of multi-core systems in automotive and avionics Dr. Oliver Sander, Research Group Leader and Senior Scientist, Institute for Information Processing Technologies (KIT ITIV), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany 17: 35 Closing remarks by conference chairman Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany Reception and evening networking get-together Join us for an informal evening get-together! This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet the other attendees and make new business contacts. To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.multi-core-systems.com/MM Conference Day One • Tuesday, 16 September 2014 Looking for auto industry intelligence? Join Automotive IQ – it’s free. www.automotive-iq.com
  4. 4. 09:15 Welcome coffee 09:40 Opening remarks and summary of the result of conference day one by conference chairman Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany Successful application and optimisation of multi-core systems in the automotive domain 09:45 How fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? • Current state of AUTOSAR's multi-core support • Scenarios that draw the attention to multi-core specific questions and challenges in the particular context • Possible future directions in improving the AUTOSAR standard Stefan Kuntz, Division Powertrain, Engine Systems, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany 10:30 AMALTHEA – an open tool platform for embedded multi-core systems • The AMALTHEA project motivation and goals, contributors • The AMALTHEA tool platform technical description open-source distribution • Multi-core use cases software partitioning scheduling simulation tracing • Outlook Harald Mackamul, Senior Expert, Systems Engineering, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany 11:15 Morning coffee and networking opportunity 11:45 Panel discussion: Setting frameworks for the development of multi-core systems • Discuss requirements and traceability • Evaluate ways of assessing the quality of open-source solutions • Methods of profiling different interface formats Interactive 45-minute session on the challenges and opportunities of multi-core systems in the automotive industry with participation from Jens Harnisch, Tool Line Manager, Infineon AG, Germany And other selected speakers of the day 12:30 Networking luncheon 14:00 Efficient task allocation of hybrid vehicles' integrated controller software into a multi-core micro-controller • Efficient task allocation • HEV's Integrated controller • CPU load-balancing • Reducing network communication load Jongtaek Han, Senior Research Engineer, Hyundai-Motor Company, South Korea 14:45 Functional safety in the automotive industry – Status quo upcoming trends from the point of view of a certification authority • Organising crew training to ensure efficient operation of BWM system • Achieving compliance in service • Managing sediments according to BWM plan • Monitoring treatment performance Andreas Bärwald, Business Line Manager, TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH, Germany 15:30 QA-session: Drive innovation and design your own agenda Create your own agenda! Is there a burning issue you would love to see discussed that is not on the agenda? Nominate the subject you would love to hear about and if there is consensus from your peer group we will endeavour to find an expert to address it, failing that we will moderate a group discussion on the topic in question. 16:00 Closing remarks and summary of the conference outcome by conference chairman Dr. Michael Deubzer, CTO, Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany 16:15 Networking afternoon coffee and final get-together • Helpful tips in software design for boosting multi-core projects • Overview of market-proven technologies and solutions – select what you need for your project • Content-mix between standard, cutting-edge and future technologies • Control your multi-core systems by gaining system knowledge and providing ways to explore full potential 08:30 Registration and welcome coffee 10:30 Refreshment break and networking Part I: 09:00 – 12:00 • Software Modeling: How to abstract application in order to manage complexity • Multi-core hardware: Overview of technologies from a software point of view • Requirements: How to quantitatively describe fitness of a system • Constrains: how to define new software architecture design restrictions • Execution architectures: How to connect the dots (.. bringing application to hardware and fulfill all requirements and constraints) • Multi-core scheduling: basics and overviews of validated approaches 12:00 Networking luncheon 14:30 Refreshment break and networking Part II: 13:00 – 16:00 • How to bring your multi-core development to success • Multicore design: Planning a system beginning with software architecture solutions • Multi-core exploration: Finding adequate software architecture solutions • Multi-core target verification: Guaranteeing correctness of target 16:00 End of workshop day Foundation of Multi-Core Software Engineering To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.multi-core-systems.com/MM Conference Day Two • Wednesday, 17 September 2014 Interactive Workshop Day • Thursday, 18 September 2014 WorkshopWhy should you attend? For further information please visit our website www.multi-core-systems.com/MM or contact us on +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 or email eq@iqpc.de

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