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Title: Low-cost platform for automobile software development
Authors: Teixeira, Evandro Leonardo Silva
Guimarães, João Victor Avancini
Lagana, Armando Antônio Maria
Santos, Max Mauro Dias
Assunto:: Arquitetura
Software
Hardware
Equipamentos eletrônicos
Issue Date: 26-Mar-2021
Publisher: SAE International in United States
Citation: TEIXEIRA, Evandro Leonardo Silva; GUIMARÍES, Joao Victor Avancini; LAGANA, Armando Antonio Maria; SANTOS, Max Mauro Dias. Low-cost platform for automobile software development. In: 2020 SAE BRASIL CONGRESS & EXHIBITION, 2021. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4271/2020-36-0047.
Abstract: This paper shows the design of a low-cost platform for learning automobile software development in high education and research institutions. In a host-target development scheme, the platform is made up of software and hardware components. The development platform supplies the required tool-chain to design and implement ECU embedded software. Moreover, the execution platform provides a hardware solution to emulate automobile E/E architectures. The overall setup aims to explain the automobile software development process over V-cycle including analysis of user requirements, logical and technical system architecture, design, and implementation of software components and testing. The capabilities and limitations of our proposed low-cost platform were also investigated throughout three experiments using the OSEK-VDX standard and Model-Based Design (MBD) concept. Experimental results have shown success in emulating key electronics components and automobile functionalities which can improve the learning process and student experience.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4271/2020-36-0047
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