White Paper - Using Virtualization for IVI and AUTOSAR Consolidation on an ECU
Current approaches used to tackle the complexities of a vehicle’s electrical and electronics (E/E) architecture are both cost prohibitive and lacking in performance. Utilizing virtualization in automotive software architecture provides a better approach.
This can be achieved by encapsulating different heterogeneous automotive platforms inside virtual machines running on the same hardware. This approach not only provides a more efficient way of communication and reduces the cost of adding a dedicated micro-controller to each platform, but it also reduces the development cost by reusing legacy platforms as encapsulated virtual machines without the need for new adaptation efforts.
In this white paper, key topics include:
System architecture and methodology
Mentor embedded hypervisor
Virtualization for automotive software
AUTOSAR demonstration and application runtime results
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