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In the rapid shift from hardware- to software-defined vehicles, architectures that once contained up to 100 individual electronic control units (ECUs) are now evolving into a handful of high-performance computers (HPCs).

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When we purchase the latest phone, we’re investing in more than a processor, screen, and camera – but also an ongoing stream of updates that enhance performance, improve security, and add valuable new features.

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Electric vehicles (EVs) have rapidly emerged as the next evolution in motoring, helping to reduce carbon emissions and ownership costs while delivering more advanced and enjoyable driving experiences.

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In a world where people are connected 24/7 through their devices, the isolation of cars seems obsolete. Consumers want to be connected even when they are in their vehicles. And when done right, connected cars make for safer cars.
Society is on the path to achieving autonomous driving, self-driving or driver-less cars. It’s only a matter of time before it becomes mainstream. Prototype projects are well under way and every advance in assisted driving is a step in the direction of autonomous driving.
Virtually every facet of modern life already relies on ever-smarter software coupled with ever-faster internet, and cars are no different. The future of driving rests on completely re-designing the core architecture of the car, as well as re-thinking the software that powers it.
HMI technology is constantly evolving, and future-proof operating systems are required to ensure that HMIs can stay up to date with the latest trends and features.
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For some motorists, the concept of speed-limiting technologies may seem strange, perhaps even a little heavy-handed. But like other common vehicle functions such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warnings, and electronic stability control, ISA is designed as an intuitive feature that enhances the driving experience.

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Agile development … there is a certain lightness to it. In fact, agile development helps achieve better results more quickly. However, the process is also stricter than what you are probably living at present. Scrum is more strict towards management and requires a working integration and test process, especially in embedded systems.

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Automakers face the challenge of developing software and hardware in parallel, requiring more efficient ways to test and validate vehicle systems and accelerate their time to market. This article will take a closer look at what’s involved in successfully testing and validating vehicle systems – and how software will transform motoring as we know it today.

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Which is the best way forward in terms of AUTOSAR 4, in order to master new challenges such as Ethernet, multi-core, safety and security in an AUTOSAR environment and to establish the necessary cooperation between parties to the optimal extent?

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Rising in-vehicle system complexity and related security vulnerabilities will demand greater focus from automakers and suppliers. The longterm goal is to develop a self-protective system, designed to respond to changing threats. To be successful, this requires a holistic approach to safety, security and availability.

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Errors in control devices must be quickly detected and corrected. This TechPaper highlights basic error detection and correction concepts and explains what are known as “patterns”: standard solutions in software architecture. It will then examine how these are integrated into an AUTOSAR software architecture in real-life projects.

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In this article, Elektrobit presents a multi-level security architecture to protect an Automotive Ethernet network against malicious attacks. Such a protection is of key importance to enable automated driving.

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Which is the best way forward in terms of AUTOSAR 4, in order to master new challenges such as Ethernet, multi-core, safety and security in an AUTOSAR environment and to establish the necessary cooperation between parties to the optimal extent?

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Data economy should be paramount in the development of products and solutions for the automotive market. The economic use of customer and vehicle data ultimately benefits the OEMs themselves.
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New challenges in the automotive industry increase the need for OTA software updates. For this purpose, the new Adaptive AUTOSAR software platform standardizes the basic functions and regulates access to the required system properties. This article sheds light on the concepts and solutions within this software environment for secure updates.

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Data science and artificial intelligence are now shaping the future of the automotive industry, where the dream of self-driving cars is becoming more and more a reality. This article aims to contribute to the ongoing debate on the role of artificial intelligence in the automotive industry and to highlight the necessity of a robust framework for developing such systems.

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“We have problems because we have to consider ISO 26262.” This pattern of perception is as dominant as it is wrong. The relevance of ISO 26262 is not the reason for unscheduled development efforts and the resulting problems for the organization. It is worth to have a look at what standards are.