WEDNESDAY June 04, 4:00pm - 6:00pm | Room 310
TOPIC AREA: AUTOMOTIVE
KEYWORD: AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE AND SOFTWARE
EVENT TYPE: SPECIAL SESSION

SESSION 69
Software in Automotive - How Different Can It Be?
Chair:
Andrew Patterson - Mentor, A Siemens Business, Wilsonville, OR
Modern vehicles have complex architectures with many electronic control units (ECUs) and different communication buses that are used to implement different distributed control algorithms. Developing such complex hardware/software systems rely on building accurate virtual prototypes ad simulators, which are used both for systems design & optimization, as well as for parallel software development. This session will feature three different talks discussing various challenges and solutions in this domain.

69.1How Software is Transforming the Auto Industry
 Speaker: Jim Zemlin - Linux Foundation, San Francisco, CA
 Author: Jim Zemlin - Linux Foundation, San Francisco, CA
69.2Complexity, Cost, and Certification in Automotive Firmware
 Speaker: David Kleidermacher - Green Hills Software, LLC, Santa Barbara, CA
 Author: David Kleidermacher - Green Hills Software, LLC, Santa Barbara, CA
69.3Using a High-Level Test Generation Expert System for Testing In-Car Networks
 Speaker: Adir Allon - IBM Corp., Haifa, Israel
 Authors: Adir Allon - IBM Corp., Haifa, Israel
Alex Goryachev - IBM Corp., Haifa, Israel
Lev Greenberg - IBM Corp., Haifa, Israel
Tamer Salman - IBM Corp., Haifa, Israel
69.4Standard Software in Automotive – Changing the Paradigm!
 Speaker: Peter Jakobsen - KPIT Technologies Ltd., Munich, Germany
 Author: Peter Jakobsen - KPIT Technologies Ltd., Munich, Germany