Mobilität der Zukunft – eine Herausforderung für eingebettete Systeme in Fahrzeugen

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Abstract

Intelligente, vernetzte und automatisierte Fahrzeuge werden erhebliche Auswirkungen auf die Sicherheit, Effizienz und den Komfort zukünftiger Verkehrsmittel und unsere Mobilität im Allgemeinen haben. Die meisten zugehörigen Dienste und Funktionen werden jedoch in Millionen von Codezeilen implementiert, die auf Hunderten von Computern ausgeführt werden, die in jedes Fahrzeug sowie die Infrastruktur eingebettet sind. Während klassische Fahrzeughardware und -software hauptsächlich statisch und mit Blick auf funktionale Sicherheit und Echtzeitfähigkeit konzipiert ist, müssen zukünftige Systeme auch die Systemsicherheit und flexible Wartungsaspekte berücksichtigen: Drahtlose Kommunikationskanäle über Fahrzeuggrenzen hinweg erfordern einen soliden Schutz gegen Angreifer, und dynamische Aktualisierungsmechanismen sind erforderlich, um ständig wechselnde Kundenanforderungen und gesetzliche Vorschriften während der gesamten Nutzungsdauer der Fahrzeuge zu berücksichtigen. Dieser Artikel zeigt spezifische Herausforderungen an eingebettete Hardware und Software für hochzuverlässige und kompositorische Computerplattformen zukünftiger Fahrzeuge.
Titel in ÜbersetzungMobilität der Zukunft – eine Herausforderung für eingebettete Systeme in Fahrzeugen
Originalspracheenglisch
Aufsatznummer135
Seiten (von - bis)304-308
Seitenumfang5
Fachzeitschrifte&i - Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
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PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 27 Jun 2018

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