WS03. Workshop on Advanced Technologies in Industrial Vehicular Systems (DIVERSE)
Organized and co-chaired by
Saad Mubeen and Mohammad Ashjaei
School of Innovation, Design and Engineering, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden
The workshop covers the advanced technologies and solutions for vehicular systems, mainly focusing on the following topics:
- Models and languages for the development of software architectures
- Onboard network protocols, e.g., CAN, Automotive Ethernet, TSN
- Scheduling and schedulability analysis
- Autonomous vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems, V2X communications
- Advanced computing platforms for vehicular systems, e.g., multi-core
- Safety, security and certification (e.g., according to ISO 26262) aspects in vehicles
- Tool support and industrial case studies for vehicular embedded systems
- Rethinking Scheduling Paradigms for Future Automotive Systems
Dakshina Dasari, Corporate Research, Robert Bosch GmBH, Germany.
- The New Machines: Construction Equipment Vehicles Set the Direction
Torbjörn Martinsson, Volvo Construction Equipment, Sweden.
- TSN for Automotive Networks: Architectures, Tools and Protocols
Marina Gutierrez Lopez, TTTECH, Austria.
- Integration of Schedulability Analysis in the Industrial Design Process
Rafik Henia, Thales, France.
- Model-driven Development of Predictable Embedded Systems in the Vehicle Industry: The Rubus Approach
John Lundbäck and Mattias Gålnander, Arcticus Systems, Sweden.
- Developing Predictable Vehicle Software on Multi-core: Challenges and Opportunities
Saad Mubeen, Mälardalen University, Sweden.
- A panel discussion by all presenters.
This Workshop is organized on September 10, 2019.