On-board automotive electronic systems present a special problem formulation within in the domain of embedded systems in terms of reliability, cost, safety, and maintenance. At the same time, automotive industry faces challenges related to incleasingly complex systems. This project aims at providing guidance for analysing the business needs for a given organisation and providing guidance for design of architecture, selection of technology and methods for designing automotive on-board electronics. Especially, architectural and technical solutions for integration of electronic components will be addressed by a series of studies in automotive industry.
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Key Factors for Achieving Project Success in Integration of Automotive Mechatronics (Mar 2007) Joakim Fröberg, Mikael Åkerholm, Kristian Sandström, Christer Norström Journal of Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering
Towards Quality Assessment in Integration of Automotive Software and Electronics: An ATAM approach (Oct 2006) Joakim Fröberg, Peter Wallin, Jakob Axelsson Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Software Engineering and Practice in Sweden, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
Integration of Electronic Components in Heavy Vehicles: A Study of Integration in Three Cases (Sep 2006) Joakim Fröberg, Mikael Åkerholm Proceedings from Systems Engineering/Test and Evaluation Conference, Melbourne, 25-27 September 2006
Business Situation Reflected in Automotive Electronic Architectures: Analysis of Four Commercial Cases (May 2005) Joakim Fröberg, Kristian Sandström, Christer Norström 2nd International ICSE workshop on Software Engineering for Automotive Systems, St. Louis
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