The AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform has been described as A New AUTOSAR – but what is it really? What’s under the hood? How does it tick? This seminar will aim to answer these questions – and more! During the workshop you will learn about why the AUTOSAR Consortium started the Adaptive AUTOSAR initiative and how it relates to the existing Classic Platform. You will learn how the platform architecture enables you to create flexible, high-performance applications that address the requirements of the next generation of automotive ECUs. The seminar includes theory, covering the Adaptive Platform’s architecture and methodology, as well as a detailed look at two key components that support communication and execution, all combined with practical steps using the RTA-VRTE Early Access Program software that enables you decide the best solution for your applications.
Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel, 21111 Haggerty Road, Novi, MI 48375
|12:00pm||60 mins||Registration and Lunch|
|1:00 pm||15 mins||Introduction and Welcome|
|1:15 pm||45 mins||Motivation for the Adaptive Platform
|2:00 pm||45 mins||Architecture and Methodology of Adaptive AUTOSAR
|3:00 pm||30 mins||Execution and State Management
|3:30 pm||45 mins||Communication Management
|4:15 pm||30 mins||Demo
A demonstration of ETAS’ Adaptive Platform solution, RTA-VRTE, including configuration of Execution Management, definition of a service interface, mapping of Service Instances to the network and generation of the communication infrastructure.
|4:45 pm||15 mins||Questions|
|5:00 pm||60 mins||Social Hour with refreshments|