Track 11 - Vehicular Embedded Systems

Track Chairs

Ramez Daoud, SEAD Group, American University in Cairo

Ramez Daoud

SEAD Group, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Saad Mubeen, Mälardalen University

Saad Mubeen

Mälardalen University, Sweden

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Vehicular embedded systems in modern vehicles, including the next generation of automated and connected vehicles, require precise time synchronization, deterministic communication,high-bandwidth, ultra-low latency, zero congestion loss, reliability, and fault tolerance, among others. Managing the complexity involved in their modelling and development, ensuring reusability, supporting timing analysis and certification, verifying safety, security, and predictability requirements, and establishing deployment and execution mechanisms pose significant challenges. This track is dedicated to meeting these requirements and addressing these challenges.

Topics under this track include (but not limited to)

  • Model-and component-based development of vehicular embedded systems
  • Models and languages for vehicle software development, e.g., EAST-ADL and AUTOSAR
  • Vehicular E/E architectures, e.g., distributed, domain, centralized, zonal, etc.
  • In-vehicle communication protocols, e.g., CAN, CAN/FD, CAN-XL, Automotive Ethernet,TSN
  • Advanced computing platforms for vehicular systems, e.g., multi-core
  • Support for timing predictability in vehicular embedded systems
  • Safety, security and certification (e.g., ISO 26262) aspects in vehicular embedded systems
  • Performance assessment, fault-tolerance and reliability issues in vehicular embedded systems
  • Autonomous vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems, V2X communications. 5G
  • Blended wired and wireless predictable communication in vehicular embedded systems,e.g., TSN and 5G
  • Tool support, benchmarking and industrial case studies for vehicular embedded systems