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Ethernet, although it is low cost and has high speeds, is known to be unsuitable for real-time and safety-critical applications. Several extensions have been proposed to make Ethernet suitable for safety-critical systems, such as TTEthernet, standardized by SAE. This talk will present the current developments under the umbrella of "Deterministic Ethernet", which are a set of standards developed by the IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group. We will cover time synchronization, quality of service, traffic shaping and scheduled traffic. The talk will also present the current state-of-the-art in methods and tools for the analysis and optimization of Deterministic Ethernet.