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How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems?
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How fit is AUTOSAR for multi-core systems?

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While the shift towards multi-core processing technology may be inevitable, many in the automotive industry are now questioning whether the software support is currently available to be able to take the necessary steps for safe and successful multi-core migration.

Read this presentation by our conference speaker Stefan Kuntz from Continental Automotive GmbH about AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems: http://bit.ly/KUNTZ_PP

How fit is AUTOSAR for multi-core systems?

  1. 1. Bitte decken Sie die schraffierte Fläche mit einem Bild ab. Please cover the shaded area with a picture. (24,4 x 11,0 cm) Automotive Embedded Multi-Core Systems How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? Stefan Kuntz Continental Automotive GmbH Powertrain - Engine Systems
  2. 2. Public How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? › How fit is AUTOSAR for multi-core systems? › How fit is the automotive industry for multi-core and AUTOSAR? Overview 2014-09-17 2Stefan Kuntz, © Continental AG
  3. 3. Public How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? Introduction Powertrain Engine Systems: Gasoline DI and SCR 2014-09-17 3Stefan Kuntz, © Continental AG Mass Air Flow Sensor with integrated Temperature Sensor Manifold Air Pressure Sensor Electronic Throttle Control Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve (EGR) Exhaust Bypass Valve General Purpose Actuator Variable Lift Control High Temperature Sensor Nox Sensor Canister Purge Solenoid HC Sensor for Canister Purge SMART Natural Vacuum Leak Detector Fuel Pressure Sensor Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor with Integrated Temp. Sensor Ultrasonic Oil Level Sensor Knock Sensor Coolant Water Temperature In Cylinder Pressure Sensor Sensor Actuator
  4. 4. Public How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? › Ease Integration of software components provided by a variety of parties › Different Views › VFB › SW Component › System › ECU › BSW Module › Standardized Exchange Format › Generate Runtime Environment RTE - Integration Code Purpose of AUTOSAR Integration 2014-09-17 4Stefan Kuntz, © Continental AG Brake Controller Application Software Component Service A AUTOSAR Service ECU Brake Pedal Sensor ECU Abstraction SW Component Brake Pedal Sensor Sensor Software Component Vehicle State Manager Application Software Component ECU State Manager ECU Abstraction SW Component Virtual Function Bus SW-C Description
  5. 5. Public How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? Purpose of AUTOSAR Integration 2014-09-17 5Stefan Kuntz, © Continental AG Core #1 Core #2 Interconnect Software Component A Runnable Entity Data Read Data Write Software Component B Runnable Entity Data Read Data Write ECU Resource Description SW Component Description SW Component Description
  6. 6. Public How Fit is AUTOSAR for Multi-Core Systems? Dynamic Architecture Quasi-Parallelism versus True Parallelism 2014-09-17 6Stefan Kuntz, © Continental AG Access to shared resource Task execution Delay of task execution due to access to shared resource time Core #1 T1 T1 T1T1 Core #2 T2 T2T2 T2 tResponse T1 MC Single Core T2 T1 T1 T1T2T2 T2T1 tResponse T1 SC

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