Table of contents
- Introduction: the new era of software-defined vehicles
- Paradigm shifts in automotive E/E architectures
- How to effectively manage the increasing number of CPU cores, their functions and performance
- Resolving the complex challenges of intra-ECU communication
The global automotive industry is rapidly transitioning from hardware- to software-defined vehicles. As a result, many features and functions traditionally driven by mechanical systems are now primarily controlled by software. While this transition is the key to creating next-gen electric and autonomous vehicles, it also increases complexity and requires a stronger emphasis on the efficiency, security and safety of in-vehicle networks.