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Porting an AUTOSAR-Compliant Operating System to a High Performance Embedded Platform

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Authors:

Shuzhou Zhang , Avenir Kobetski , Eilert Johansson , Jakob Axelsson, Huifeng Wang

Publication Type:

Conference/Workshop Paper

Venue:

3rd Embedded Operating Systems Workshop


Abstract

Automotive embedded systems are going through a major change, both in terms of how they are used and in terms of software and hardware architecture. Much more powerful and rapidly evolvable hardware is expected, paralleled by an accelerating development rate of the control software. To meet these challenges, a software standard, AUTOSAR, is gaining ground in the automotive eld. In this work, experiences from porting AUTOSAR to a high performance embedded system, Raspberry Pi, are collected. The goal is both to present experience on the process of AUTOSAR porting and to create an AUTOSAR implementation on a cheap and widely accessible hardware platform, making AUTOSAR available for researchers and students.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Zhang3203,
author = {Shuzhou Zhang and Avenir Kobetski and Eilert Johansson and Jakob Axelsson and Huifeng Wang},
title = {Porting an AUTOSAR-Compliant Operating System to a High Performance Embedded Platform},
month = {August},
year = {2013},
booktitle = {3rd Embedded Operating Systems Workshop},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/3203-}
}