For further information, please contact the General chair: Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon
eSOL Co., Ltd., Japan
An update of AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform and application of scalable distributed microkernels
The development of Highly Automated Driving (HAD), leading to full autonomy in future is in top gear. As this is becoming more commonplace now, as with any industry, this is calling for technology standards, especially as such system is highly complex, distributed, and tens of large corporation collaborate to design and build a car - the standard interface is essential for full deployment of not just technically but also economically efficient commercialization of automated driving. This talk will provide an update on latest AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform standard. Overview of new components, functionalities, and guidelines will be given. Also, application of a scalable distributed microkernel OS to this new platform is discussed, providing an overview of how this new OS design is highly suitable for this high-performance edge compute.
Masaki is CTO at eSOL, the company that provides POSIX/AUTOSAR/TRON RTOS, various software development tools, and various engineering services. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of OS architecture and related technologies for use in wide range of embedded system applications including automotive, industrial, and electronic appliances. He has authored/co-authored multiple popular Japanese books and international articles on OS and embedded systems. He has given technical talks conferences worldwide. He also acts as WG member of AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform, Multicore Association SHIM Working Group chair, Vice-chair of Embedded Multicore Consortium, Chief Architect for AUBASS, visiting research fellow at Advanced Multicore Processor Research Institute at Waseda University, among others.