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1 Infotainment as a Validation Case Claudio Valesani – STMicroelectronics The Competitiveness of the European Automotive Software Industry Bruxelles, 28 April 2010

2 Agenda The Car Infotainment Evolution From a radio box to an interconnected multimedia system Consumer open systems in a closed Car environment Car Infotainment Embedded Software Influence of the Consumer world Evolution from HW to SW functions The development Environment Modeling, Simulation, Validation, Embedded Systems Engineering Software Standardization Autosar, Genivi,.... STs Infotainment Strategy Towards ADAS and Autonomous Driving Summary & Recommendations 2

3 3 Car Infotainment Evolution 50s60s70s80s90s00s 10s Digital AM/FM Zenith Royal-T (1953) Integd Power Amp Integd Signal Proc IC Integd RF FE Digital Broadcast Multi- Standards Different storage options Data Services Increased connectivity, audio and video formats SW Complexity Consumer world: Data Storage, Portable, Connectivity Automotive world: Radio, HMI, V2X Navigation

4 4 Car Infotainment Feature Evolution From Radio Receiver To Headunit Data Services Media Connectivty HMI time ARI (1974) Zenith Royal-T (1953) TMC (199x) TPEG (200x)

5 Digital Radio Standards by Geography 5

6 6 Car Infotainment Embedded Software Low Level Drivers Firmware RTOS Middleware HMI GUI Application Hardware SoC Innovation CarMaker Innovation CarMaker Innovation Tier1 Innovation Tier1 IC IPs Silicon Vendor IC IPs Silicon Vendor Specification Silicon Vendor Specification Consumer Independent Open Independent Open Standard Consumer Stacks Standard Consumer Stacks Innovation Silicon Vendor Innovation Silicon Vendor Innovation 3rd parties Innovation 3rd parties IP Automotive Key Competencies

7 7 Car Infotainment Embedded Software Low Level Drivers Firmware RTOS Middleware HMI GUI Application Hardware SoC Innovation CarMaker Innovation CarMaker Innovation Tier1 Innovation Tier1 IC IPs Silicon Vendor IC IPs Silicon Vendor Specification Silicon Vendor Specification Consumer Independent Open Independent Open Standard Consumer Stacks Standard Consumer Stacks Innovation Silicon Vendor Innovation Silicon Vendor Innovation 3rd parties Innovation 3rd parties IP Automotive Key Competencies

8 System Validation HPC – High Performance Computation System Modeling & Simulation Embedded Systems Engineering Challenge: Minimizing Risk and increasing efficiency during development Innovation Quality Cost efficiency 8

9 Software Standardization Autosar Focus on powertrain, chassis, safety and car-body Initiatives for Car Infotainment QNX (www.qnx.com) MS auto (www.microsoft.com/auto) GENIVI (www.genivi.org) AutoLinQ (www.autolinq.de) 9

10 Automotive SW supply chain based on Autosar OEM A ECU Manufacturer Semiconductor Manufacturer Complex Drivers Microcontroller/ASSP/ASIC/Standard IC AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontrolle r Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communicati on Drivers Communicati on Hardware Abstraction Communicati on Services Application Layer Microcontroller Complex Drivers AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcon troller Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstracti on Memory Hardware Abstracti on Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstracti on Commun ication Drivers Commun ication Hardware Abstracti on Commun ication Services OEM developes concepts/ functional requirement specification OEM defines/develops commodity functions as models for re-use ASICASSPIC Complex Drivers Complex Drivers ECU SW/HW Application Layer 3rd party SW supplier ECU manufacturer offers standardized solution based on own and 3rd party SW/HW know-how Semiconductor manufacturer cares on optimizing Simulation Tools Development Tools AUTOSAR Environment Complex system know-how 10

11 Standards HW requirement mismatch New E/E Architecture s Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontr oller Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstractio n Memory Hardware Abstractio n Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstractio n Communic ation Drivers Communic ation Hardware Abstractio n Communic ation Services Today multicore microcontroller with support of SIL/ASIL application available Today only rudimental support of SIL/ASIL in AUTOSAR Additional workarounds generating branches of standard AUTOSAR 3.x/4.0 Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontr oller Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstractio n Memory Hardware Abstractio n Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstractio n Communic ation Drivers Communic ation Hardware Abstractio n Communic ation Services AUTOSAR 4.x Feature set for support of SIL/ASIL in AUTOSAR 4.x not fixed until now ISO26262 IEC61508 Safety Standards MultiCore µC Next generation quadcore microcontroller with extended support for SIL/ASIL application 11

12 AUTOSAR Facts & Figures ~3000 application Interfaces defined 10 methodology concepts incorperated 21 active Workgroups 9 Core Partners 56 Premium Members 99 Associate Members >40 SW Modules >500 Persons Active Involved ~200 Full Time Equivalents 182 Specifications in Rel

13 Business Threat to Standardisation – risk of too many derivatives Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontroller Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communicatio n Drivers Communicatio n Hardware Abstraction Communicatio n Services Application Layer Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontrol ler Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communica tion Drivers Communica tion Hardware Abstraction Communica tion Services Application Layer SLP10 Daimler Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontr oller Drivers Memory Drivers I/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstractio n Memory Hardware Abstractio n Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstractio n Communic ation Drivers Communic ation Hardware Abstractio n Communic ation Services Application Lar HIS Hersteller Initiative Software Funcion limited downgrade for low-end micros Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontroller Drivers Memory DriversI/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communication Drivers Communication Hardware Abstraction Communication Services Application Layer BACx BMW Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontroller Drivers Memory DriversI/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communication Drivers Communication Hardware Abstraction Communication Services Application Layer Audi-SAR Audi Complex Drivers Microcontroller AUTOSAR Runtime Environment (RTE) Microcontroller Drivers Memory DriversI/O Drivers I/O Hardware Abstraction Memory Hardware Abstraction Memory Services System Services Onboard Device Abstraction Communication Drivers Communication Hardware Abstraction Communication Services Application Layer ????? 13

14 14 Car Infotainment System Interfacing to Car Electronics Automotive Domain Infotainment Application Car Infotainment Domain Connectivity Car Infotainment System

15 15 Car Infotainment System Interfacing to Car Electronics Automotive Domain Infotainment Application Car Infotainment Domain Connectivity Car Infotainment System Multi-Core Architecture System-On-Chip offering for cost-effective implementation

16 16 Car Infotainment Software Standardization MS-Auto Market evolving to standardized in-vehicle infotainment software Requirements for gateway to Consumer Electronics world Time To Market Time To Market Consumer Features Consumer Features Innovation Driver Pleasure Driver Pleasure

17 17 Driver To System Responsibility Driver Responsibility Reliable Vehicle Safe/Comfort Vehicle Intelligent Vehicle Perceiving Vehicle Responsible Vehicle ACC ESP Lane Keeping Urban Drive Control Blind Spot Lane Merging Collision Warning Emergency Braking Collision Avoidance System Responsibility Mechanical Restraints Passive Safety Seat Belts Airbag Autonomous Driving Increasing Software Requirements Increasing Computing Power Needs Increasing Sensor Needs Increasing Functional Safety Requirments eCall Legislation is driving towards Vision Zero = 0 fatalities

18 ADAS + Infotainment Convergence 18

19 The Car-sphere … Car to Car Safe Driving: Collision avoidance, Accident ahead information, Turn Conflict Warning, Curve Warning,… Car to Infrastructure Traffic Information and Dynamic Route Guidance Electronic Fee Collection Emergency Vehicle Operation Public transportation management Infotainment Download The Car-Sphere The car is becoming a very complicated ecosystem or eco-sphere (a car-sphere) with inner and outer Communications and Processing Network 19

20 … leading towards Autonomous Driving Satell. Broadc. Terr. Broadc. GPS / Galileo WiMax. 2G /3G WiMax. 2G /3G Vehicle to Vehicle Vehicle to Infrastructures DSRC CALM WiFi 20

21 Summary Clear tendency to: Higher Integration (SOC) Digitalization of Systems Move from HW to SW implementation of functions (Middleware) Networking of Systems The Innovation gets momentum from the Consumer world Mobile phone I-Pod Social networking The complexity calls for Standardization Autosar... not including Car Infotainment Genivi ? Strong increase of embedded SW in all new applications related to ADAS, clearly driven by European Automotive OEMs 21

22 Summary Need to focus on key competencies Keep leadership through innovation Digital Broadcasting (Radio and TV) Advanced Navigation Telematics / e-Call / e-Tolling ADAS Communication Infrastructures 22

23 Recommendations Support fast introduction of in-car technology E-Call Advanced Navigation E-Horizon ADAS Autonomous Driving Mandating Safety relevant Systems Building-up and support an adequate V2x Infrastructure GSM/GPRS (G2.5) is a mature and reliable network to accomplish Automotive services This network will progressively be overlayed to UMTS+LTE GSM may be progressively switched off after 2020 Promoting a dedicated interdisciplinary university education Mechatronic (Mechanics and electronic) Softronic (Software and electronics) 23

24 ... Embedded is the key word, not only for Automotive... also in Industrial, Medical,... 24


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