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The Vector Embedded Ethernet Stack and Its Use Cases in Motor Vehicles
Ethernet has established itself as a vehicle-internal communications network and covers a wide range of use cases. This includes, for example, the implementation of a vehicle backbone as well as application areas in the ADAS and infotainment domains. Many different protocols are used to meet all corresponding communication requirements. The range spans from classical signal and PDU-based data exchange, over service-oriented communication via SOME/IP, vehicle diagnostics via DoIP to time synchronization and audio/video streaming. Learn more about the support and implementation of Automotive Ethernet as part of the AUTOSAR standard. The webinar also provides insights into use cases that go beyond...
Using AUTOSAR Basic Software for Safety-Related ECUs According to ISO 26262 up to ASIL D
ISO 26262 is essential for the development of safety-related automotive ECUs. The webinar will present the solution by Vector: MICROSAR Safe. MICROSAR Safe provides an ISO 26262-compliant implementation of common safety mechanism like memory partitioning and timing monitoring up to ASIL D. You will learn the key features of this concept and the related software components. Moreover we introduce our complete AUTOSAR Basic Software that fulfills the requirements for ASIL D and its advantages. Agenda Partitioning concepts in software using MICROSAR Safe Protecting safety-related communication in ECU networks Advantages of ASIL D AUTOSAR Basic Software Additional...
Efficient Run-Time Analysis of AUTOSAR Classic Projects with OS and RTE Tracing
This webinar shows how the dynamic behavior of the software architecture can be measured at run-time with no or only minimum overhead and evaluated off the target ECU. Many multi-core features and techniques to utilize ECUs result in intervening into the scheduling behavior. With ongoing ECU project development, multiple software vendors as well as a considerable amount of configuration parameters to play with, the effects of those after integration at run-time become hardly foreseeable. An optimal solution is to trace the OS and RTE behavior with the trace debugger from iSYSTEM and evaluate the trace measurement afterwards offline with TA Tool Suite from Vector. Agenda ...
Vector Technology Days 2019
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MICROSAR Fact Sheet
Brief description about MICROSAR - the AUTOSAR basic software from Vector
Webinar Recording: Efficient Run-Time Analysis of AUTOSAR Classic Projects with OS and RTE Tracing,
Webinar Recording: Efficient Run-Time Analysis of AUTOSAR Classic Projects with OS and RTE Tracing
Optimized Cybersecurity in the Vehicle Through Flexible HSM Software
To increase cybersecurity in vehicles, vHSM from Vector Informatik is now available. It is a software stack for hardware security modules that contains a wide variety of cryptographic functions. The stack not only supports current challenges such as SecOC (Secure On-Board Communication) and Secure Boot. It also addresses future requirements such as IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) and TLS (Transport Layer Security). The advantage: shortened development times and reduced integration effort by using a solution for OEMs and suppliers that fits perfectly into the automotive environment.
Technical Article: No Cybersecurity without Key Security
Protect ECUs with standardized key management More and more, vehicles are being connected to external IT systems to support new functions and business models. To protect the connected vehicles against cyberattacks, cryptographic methods are being used whose security is based on the corresponding key material. But what challenges need to be addressed by key management? And what benefits are realized by its standardization within AUTOSAR?