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The Modularisation Design Approach Applied to the ADAS Domain: The DESERVE Project Experience

Caterina Calefato, Chiara Ferrarini, Elisa Landini, Matti Kutila, Eva García Quinteiro
2016 Transportation Research Procedia  
The achievement of such objective will end up in an increase of the reliability level of the system and in a cost reduction for ADAS functions and for development costs as well.  ...  DESERVE is a project aimed at designing and implementing a low-cost, integrated platform for ADAS: the creation of innovative software and hardware modules to be integrated in ADAS applications will pave  ...  We also would like express our thanks to all 24 consortium members due to fruitful discussions and forward looking attitude.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2016.05.242 fatcat:iuujdgwxpzg6tmk2jwrhit4tqa

Are Connected and Automated Vehicles the Silver Bullet for Future Transportation Challenges? Benefits and Weaknesses on Safety, Consumption, and Traffic Congestion

Dominique Gruyer, Olivier Orfila, Sébastien Glaser, Abdelmename Hedhli, Nicolas Hautière, Andry Rakotonirainy
2021 Frontiers in Sustainable Cities  
The capability of CCAM is dependent on the reliability and robustness of its components, as it will be making life-impacting decisions.  ...  This paper addresses the following question: Are the Connected and automated Vehicles (CAVs) the silver bullet solution with which to answer the issues of the current mobility systems?  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors listed have made a substantial, direct and intellectual contribution to the work, and approved it for publication.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frsc.2020.607054 fatcat:m6nyfckszbd7dnwpdyl2j3zlfa

A survey of language-based approaches to Cyber-Physical and embedded system development

Paul Soulier, Depeng Li, John R. Williams
2015 Tsinghua Science and Technology  
This paper presents an overview of the characteristics of embedded and cyber-physical systems and the associated requirements imposed on programming languages.  ...  This is followed by a survey of relevant research into languagebased methods for creating safe, reliable, and robust software for CPS.  ...  Given the potential use and impact of these systems, there is a necessity to developing safe, reliable, and secure software.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tst.2015.7085626 fatcat:rs54iizgpfdnfemrfxf5z5unli

An Effective Verification and Validation Strategy for Safety-Critical Embedded Systems

Manju Nanda, Jayanthi J, Shrisha Rao
2013 International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications  
The approach used a fixed number of iterations which is set to4in this application, with each iteration adding to the reliability and safety of the embedded system.  ...  This paper presents the best practices to carry out the verification and validation (V&V) for a safetycritical embedded system, part of a larger system-of-systems.  ...  A well qualified tool, test set up and a set of optimized test cases captures most of the bugs in the system development making the system safe and reliable.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijsea.2013.4209 fatcat:cq66by3kszfk5m7szns3qtghry

Designing an integrated driver assistance system using image sensors

M. Akhlaq, Tarek R. Sheltami, Bo Helgeson, Elhadi M. Shakshuki
2012 Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing  
However, these systems come only with modern luxury cars because of their high cost and complexity due to several sensors employed.  ...  Therefore, camera-based ADAS are becoming an option due to their lower cost, higher availability, numerous applications and ability to combine with other systems.  ...  Fifth, being a life-critical system, the system must be safe and reliable. As the system does not employ redundancy, any hardware failure should safely shut down the system and inform the user.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10845-011-0618-1 fatcat:euyozj7nyvcltg2kwsbwjj7zca

Embedded Systems for Intelligent Vehicles

Samir Bouaziz, Paolo Lombardi, Roger Reynaud, Gunasekaran S. Seetharaman
2007 EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems  
We would require exceptional standards of reliability, quickness of response, and fault-tolerance from these systems, before we accept to delegate part of the intelligence required in driving and navigating  ...  Embedded systems can carry artificial intelligence for vehicles to be "situated," that is, to specialize itself on the environment and habits of the driver and his or her family.  ...  In launching this special issue, we aimed to attract discussion and up-to-date results on embedding intelligent systems onto vehicles, spanning applications in localization-based services, ad hoc networking  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/29239 fatcat:woacz37oabfcdm6d5tgrcfqysi

Embedded Systems for Intelligent Vehicles

Samir Bouaziz, Paolo Lombardi, Roger Reynaud, GunasekaranS Seetharaman
2007 EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems  
We would require exceptional standards of reliability, quickness of response, and fault-tolerance from these systems, before we accept to delegate part of the intelligence required in driving and navigating  ...  Embedded systems can carry artificial intelligence for vehicles to be "situated," that is, to specialize itself on the environment and habits of the driver and his or her family.  ...  In launching this special issue, we aimed to attract discussion and up-to-date results on embedding intelligent systems onto vehicles, spanning applications in localization-based services, ad hoc networking  ... 
doi:10.1186/1687-3963-2007-029239 fatcat:yfn4fvz6uvd37d3qu3jjdil3b4

On Automotive Electronics

2020 ATZelectronics worldwide  
and the number of employees were going up fast in the past  ...  The 1.6 billion US dollars © scharfsinn86 | stock.adobe.com © [M] Aptiv The JV plans to have some kind of driverless system ready for the robotaxi market by 2022 Aptiv's autonomous driving venture's valuation  ...  development Software and network development Software implementation © [M] nvidia Scalable architecture from ADAS to AD level 5 Martin O'Brien, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Siemens  ... 
doi:10.1007/s38314-020-0240-0 fatcat:z643336s6jgj3hrh2btnd5psba

An architectural approach to the integration of safety and security requirements in smart products and systems design

Andreas Riel, Christian Kreiner, Richard Messnarz, Alexander Much
2018 CIRP annals  
Assuring functional safety and IT security is rapidly becoming an essential key challenge to the design of any connected smart product and industrial manufacturing system.  ...  Assuring functional safety and IT security is rapidly becoming an essential key challenge to the design of any connected smart product and industrial manufacturing system.  ...  Furthermore, we express our thanks to our supporting industry partners, who are all members of the German SOQRATES initiative (www.soqrates.de).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cirp.2018.04.022 fatcat:tisms4jhdvbrfl3tt5xelwomvq

Safety Analysis for Vehicle Guidance Systems with Dynamic Fault Trees

Majdi Ghadhab, Sebastian Junges, Joost-Pieter Katoen, Matthias Kuntz, Matthias Volk
2019 Reliability Engineering & System Safety  
This paper considers the design-phase safety analysis of vehicle guidance systems.  ...  The proposed approach constructs dynamic fault trees (DFTs) to model a variety of safety concepts and E/E architectures for drive automation.  ...  Adding the hardware layer to the system-and block layers In this section, we discuss how to combine the system-and block layer fault tree with the hardware layer.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ress.2019.02.005 fatcat:es4ynjb3wzgc3c6jalpdzd5my4

Build system issues in multilanguage software

Andrew Neitsch, Kenny Wong, Michael W. Godfrey
2012 2012 28th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM)  
Surprisingly, we found build system problems that prevented us from building many of these packages out-of-thebox.  ...  As well, we find evidence that concerns from the application and implementation domains may "leak" into the build model, with both positive and negative effects on the resulting build systems.  ...  This work is supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsm.2012.6405265 dblp:conf/icsm/NeitschWG12 fatcat:w7guppzxpbalfcgobdk2j2xiv4

A development process for the design, implementation and code generation of fault tolerant reconfigurable real time systems

Wafa Gabsi, Bechir Zalila, Jèrôme Hugues
2016 International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems  
To validate our contribution, we use AADL and its annexes to design a landing gear system as an embedded distributed one.  ...  First, we integrate fault tolerance elements since the modeling step of a system in order to take advantage of features of analysis, proof and verification possible at this stage using AADL and its annex  ...  As future work, our purpose is to complete the definition of requirements and properties needed for building and configuration of our fault tolerant distributed embedded middleware.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijaacs.2016.079625 fatcat:xxgk65cduneltgvh2imz33xxbe

Internet of Things Applied on Assistive Robotics

Wei Shi, Xuejun (Jason) Liu, Yuan Xing
2021 International journal on engineering, science and technology  
This study provides an overview of the IoT and applications into robotics based on the building blocks of the IoT, along with recent trends and issues relevant to accessing technology for people with disabilities  ...  Due to recent emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), the research of assistive robotics has been contributing to assisting humans to manipulate and communicate with the robot in complex unstructured  ...  With IoT-aided robotics, three specific societal issues are required to be explored further in the future: (1) Implementing smart and personalized human-machine communication system; (2) Design of assistive  ... 
doi:10.46328/ijonest.36 fatcat:xkajvr6vbrdqvcs2jg6cctm2sm

A conceptual model for megaprogramming

Will Tracz
1991 Software engineering notes  
Department of Defense, US Government Printing Office, The Ada Programming Language Reference Manual, 1983. Wegner, P. Varieties of Reusability.  ...  suggested the term ky/m,peo_[eamm/n# to refer to a similar, if not identical, programming paradigm.  ...  Overview • POSIX Overview • POSIX Execution Model • Ada Execution Model • SSFP Flight Software Ada Requirements • POSIX/Ada Integration POSIX Overview • Portable Operating System  ... 
doi:10.1145/127099.127102 fatcat:sdqfbmd6urad3mg2tcprs3ushu

Migrating well engineered Ada 83 applications into newer architecture and reuse based Ada 95 systems

Scott Arthur Moody
1996 Proceedings of the conference on TRI-Ada '96 disciplined software development with Ada - TRI-Ada '96  
The OSA project must also be acknowledged as they let the reuse work absorb enough of the key personal to gain the knowledge for migrating key functionality while learning how to best use these new technologies  ...  Acknowledgments This research could not have been performed without Boeing commitment and recognition that Reuse is vital in the ever changing business climate.  ...  One other concept has been added to Ada 95 allowing for object manipulation code to be physically embedded/duplicated into numerous partitions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/240678.240719 dblp:conf/sigada/Moody96 fatcat:gcwoz7ugg5gethifgdnrck4zca
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