Reinventing the Wheel? - Automotive Systems Design Challenges
Driven by new automotive functionality and applications (like automated driving and vehicle-to-X-connectvity) and fueled by the entry of new players from the IT industry, the automotive industry is currently breaking with its traditional architectures and development processes. Nevertheless the demanding requirements with respect to cost, variability, support of legacy software and dependability still need to be fulfilled. This talk will give insight into the ongoing transformation and upcoming research challenges in the automotive industry.
Dirk Ziegenbein is chief expert for cyber-physical systems engineering and leads a program developing methods and technologies for dynamic distributed systems at Bosch Corporate Research in Stuttgart, Germany. Dirk received a Master’s degree from Virginia Tech and a Ph.D. from Technical University of Braunschweig for his dissertation on modeling and design of embedded systems. He held several positions in R&D (software component technology, scheduling analysis, software architectures for multi-cores, autonomous systems design) and product management (embedded software engineering tools). Additionally, Dirk serves in various technical program committees including DAC, DATE, and RTAS.
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