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Automotive Hypervisors: Security and Safety for Rich Automotive Applications

NOV
09
2020
09. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Automotive Conference > Technology Trends for Car IT in Connectivity, Cloud and Security and Car Interior

14:00-14:30 h | Virtual

Modern car IT infrastructures are characterized by powerful 64-bit CPU platforms. These high-performance controllers (HPC) often integrate novel complex functions for autonomous driving and Car2X connectivity, as well as several functions that previously were implemented on multiple, physically separate microcontrollers. Despite sharing one CPU platform, these functions require effective software-based separation to meet established safety and security standards. Microkernel-based operating systems and microhypervisors are a key component for meeting this challenge.

 

In this talk, we discuss use cases for automotive HPC and present a case study for a microhypervisor-based HPC unit for a high-volume automotive platform. We round off the talk with a tale about how open-source software and automotive certification can coexist.

Subjects: Automotive

Speaker: Dr. Michael Hohmuth (Kernkonzept)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Modern car IT infrastructures are characterized by powerful 64-bit CPU platforms. These high-performance controllers (HPC) often integrate novel complex functions for autonomous driving and Car2X connectivity, as well as several functions that previously were implemented on multiple, physically separate microcontrollers. Despite sharing one CPU platform, these functions require effective software-based separation to meet established safety and security standards. Microkernel-based operating systems and microhypervisors are a key component for meeting this challenge.

 

In this talk, we discuss use cases for automotive HPC and present a case study for a microhypervisor-based HPC unit for a high-volume automotive platform. We round off the talk with a tale about how open-source software and automotive certification can coexist.

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Dr. Michael Hohmuth

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Dr. Michael Hohmuth
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