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On the Effective Use of Fault Injection for the Assessment of AUTOSAR Safety Mechanisms

Thorsten Piper, Stefan Winter, Neeraj Suri, Thomas E. Fuhrman
2015 2015 11th European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC)  
We address these gaps by (a) adapting the open source FI framework GRINDER [1] to AUTOSAR and (b) showing how to effectively apply it for the assessment of AUTOSAR's safety mechanisms.  ...  data type based corruptions), and focus on using simulation environments.  ...  adapted from ISO 26262, which is a generic standard for road vehicles and not AUTOSAR in particular.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edcc.2015.14 dblp:conf/edcc/PiperWSF15 fatcat:l6zkxxw5crgjvjlxuhubpfslpy

D2.1: Modelling Requirements for System's and Interface Specifications

2021 Zenodo  
Based on the results of Task T1.1 – Pilot Trials Specifications & Assessment Protocol, which targets analysis and specification of functional and non-functional requirements for the industrial validators  ...  to achieve a X-by-Construction Design framework for Engineering Autonomous & Distributed Real-time Embedded Software Systems is given.  ...  This enables the analysis of a system's timing behaviour and the validation of the analysis results against timing constraints throughout the development process.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6539461 fatcat:ciojvukdnjafjc36yuhgqhq6um

Design and Implementation Procedure for an Advanced Driver Assistance System Based on an Open Source AUTOSAR

Park, Choi
2019 Electronics  
In this paper, we present the detailed design and implementation procedures for an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) based on an open source automotive open system architecture (AUTOSAR).  ...  The contribution of this paper is divided into two main parts: First, we provide the complete details on developing a collision warning system using an open source AUTOSAR.  ...  A vehicle seat heating system based on the open source AUTOSAR is presented by Melin et al.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics8091025 fatcat:zuhkf4qnzrc33g4dggzrt7ayyi

Optimization of AUTOSAR Communication Stack in the Context of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Răzvan Bogdan, Mihaela Crișan-Vida, Darius Barmayoun, Loredana Lavinia Staicu, Robert Valentin Puiu, Mădălina Lup, Marius Marcu
2021 Sensors  
As a result, communication traffic volumes have become more complex, leading to the research of optimization approaches to be applied at the AUTOSAR level.  ...  The radar sensor is accessed in a remote manner, and the experiments aimed at performance measurements revealed that our solution is superior to the Full AUTOSAR implementation in terms of memory usage  ...  Acknowledgments: This work was supported by a grant from the Romanian Ministry of Research, Innovation, and Digitization, project number POC/398/1-Development of networks of R&D centers,  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21134561 fatcat:ptxofujsxzaszpzfv3ulinorqu

AUTOBEST: a united AUTOSAR-OS and ARINC 653 kernel

Alexander Zuepke, Marc Bommert, Daniel Lohmann
2015 21st IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium  
This paper presents AUTOBEST, a united AUTOSAR-OS and ARINC 653 RTOS kernel that addresses the requirements of both automotive and avionics domains.  ...  Our results show that thereby it is possible to get the best of both worlds: AUTOBEST combines avionics safety with the resource-efficiency known from automotive systems.  ...  reviewers for their helpful comments on the first version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rtas.2015.7108435 dblp:conf/rtas/ZuepkeBL15 fatcat:3atpst22mzd5fb5eftczc2ihjm

Quantitative System-Level Security Verification of the IoV Infrastructure [article]

Jan Lauinger, Mudassar Aslam, Mohammad Hamad, Shahid Raza, Sebastian Steinhorst
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This analysis includes a custom threat modeling concept to perform parameterization of Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) scores per view model domain.  ...  Our CVSS scores assess the attack likelihood which we use for Markov Chain transition probabilities. This way, we quantitatively verify system-level security among a set of IoV assets.  ...  This layer enables the AUTOSAR Runtime Environment for Adaptive Applications (ARA) to expose these APIs to applications that run on top of ARA [54] .  ... 
arXiv:2101.06137v1 fatcat:55qilbexpzh3lc6hppynnri35i

An Overview of Automotive Service-oriented Architectures and Implications for Security Countermeasures

Marcel Rumez, Daniel Grimm, Reiner Kriesten, Eric Sax
2020 IEEE Access  
For this purpose, we explain different security countermeasures and present a state of the section of automotive approaches in the fields of firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) and Identity and  ...  New requirements from the customers' and manufacturers' point of view such as adding new software functions during the product life cycle require a transformed architecture design for future vehicles.  ...  Furthermore, we thank the reviewers (Houssem Guissouma, Jaqueline Henle, Marc Schindewolf, and Andreas Vetter) for their inspiring comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3043070 fatcat:kwzvsg2eafh5ni5273ykibcrqe

Verifying Data Secure Flow in AUTOSAR Models by Static Analysis

Cinzia Bernardeschi, Marco Di Natale, Gianluca Dini, Maurizio Palmieri
2017 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy  
This paper presents a method to check data secure flow in security annotated AUTOSAR models. The approach is based on information flow analysis and abstract interpretation.  ...  The analysis computes the lowest security level of data sent on a communication, according to the annotations in the model and the code of runnables.  ...  Analysis of an AUTOSAR Model The analysis of an AUTOSAR model is based on an iterative process that performs the abstract execution of all runnables in R, using an abstract context file.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006288707040713 dblp:conf/icissp/BernardeschiNDP17 fatcat:jmb6cpsgvvawxmpv62wgn3xlga

Communications-oriented development of component-based vehicular distributed real-time embedded systems

Saad Mubeen, Jukka Mäki-Turja, Mikael Sjödin
2014 Journal of systems architecture  
We propose a novel model-and component-based technique to support communications-oriented development of software for vehicular distributed real-time embedded systems.  ...  As a proof of concept, we implement our technique in the Rubus Component Model which is used for the development of software for vehicular embedded systems by several international companies.  ...  The authors would like to thank the industrial partners Arcticus Systems, BAE Systems Hägglunds and Volvo Construction Equipment (VCE), Sweden.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sysarc.2013.10.008 fatcat:sdtn4bh6ljawbkv2z2cfd5anbe

Automatically Generated Safety Mechanisms from Semi-Formal Software Safety Requirements [chapter]

Raphael Fonte Boa Trindade, Lukas Bulwahn, Christoph Ainhauser
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Through a hierarchical classification of safety mechanisms, a semi-formal specification language for requirements, a generation engine and a case study on a production-model automotive system, we demonstrate  ...  For the development of such functions, the ISO 26262 demands a number of additional steps to be performed compared to common software engineering activities.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Andreas Baak, Michael Knapp, Tilmann Ochs, Thomas Schutzmeier and Kazi Zahid for their valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10506-2_19 fatcat:yqc7ygpemjatxh34mz7zh7veka

Cross-Layer Behavioral Modeling and Simulation of E/E-Architectures using PREEvision and Ptolemy II

Harald Bucher, Simon Kamm, Jürgen Becker
2019 SNE Simulation Notes Europe  
In this paper, an approach for integrated behavior modeling and simulation within model-based electric/electronic-architecture (EEA) descriptions is presented.  ...  Finally, a proof-of-concept is presented using an Adaptive Cruise Control application.  ...  For instance, this enables the modeling and simulation of mode-based cross-layer behavior, where functions can request a certain operating mode of the ECU and only perform their functional behavior if  ... 
doi:10.11128/ fatcat:qt6fb32buvaidfsayvfbxgvx6e

Intra-vehicular verification and control: a two-pronged approach

Atif Alvi, Zubair Nabi, David J. Greaves, Rashid Mehmood
2011 International Journal of Vehicle Information and Communication Systems  
His core expertise is in stochastic modelling, simulation and analysis of large-scale datasets and complex systems, and high performance computing.  ...  Overall, we eliminate the hazards associated with integrating heterogeneous components in a car network domain and enable a knowledgeable user to define network behaviour easily.  ...  The recent automotive standardisation effort AUTOSAR (automotive open system architecture) autosar by manufacturers, vendors and tool developers aims to define a common E/E (electrical/electronic) component-based  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijvics.2011.044265 fatcat:subowebprbaftitq74xywva3ga

A taxonomy of attack mechanisms in the automotive domain

Irdin Pekaric, Clemens Sauerwein, Stefan Haselwanter, Michael Felderer
2021 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
As a result, multiple attack vectors aiming to disrupt different vehicle components emerged. Research and practice lack a comprehensive attack taxonomy for the automotive domain.  ...  In addition, we classify the identified attack vectors based on the following five dimensions: (1) AUTOSAR layers, (2) attack domains, (3) information security principles, (4) attack surfaces, and (5)  ...  The results indicated a high number of penetration testing and dynamic analysis, and model-based testing approaches addressing the application and services layer of the AUTOSAR architecture in the design  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2021.103539 fatcat:aat2nwxiezh4jk34jt4z6seq5a

Virtual engineering at work: the challenges for designing mechatronic products

Herman Van der Auweraer, Jan Anthonis, Stijn De Bruyne, Jan Leuridan
2012 Engineering with Computers  
for the active safety, lowemission and high-comfort performance of next-generation vehicles.  ...  These concepts are illustrated by a number of automotive design engineering cases, which demonstrate that the combined use of perception, geometric and system models allows to develop innovative solutions  ...  Acknowledgments The presented research is conducted in the context of a coordinated research effort for the development of design engineering solutions for mechatronic system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00366-012-0286-6 fatcat:ave2h7d72veclafto6i7xweiue

Towards Automotive Embedded Systems with Self-X Properties [chapter]

Gereon Weiss, Marc Zeller, Dirk Eilers
2011 New Trends and Developments in Automotive System Engineering  
., 2006) focuses on developing a middleware enabling dynamic self-configuration in today's cars. For the reconfiguration of the system a policy-based mechanism is utilized.  ...  Thus, the interaction of the abstract modeled functionalities can be validated with a simulation-based analysis.  ...  Basing the automotive design not only on the appearance, the visual appearance of the vehicle needs to be thought together and deeply integrated with the â€oepower†developed by the engine.  ... 
doi:10.5772/13559 fatcat:phv57zhv4zbvhpxklavgiqatfy
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