2nd Annual Automotive Embedded Multi-Core Systems

The importance of embedded system in the automotive industry arose as a result of the IT complexity in automobiles. Sequel to the rising demand by consumers for high performing ECUs (Electronic Control Unit) and reliable systems, the single-core technology seems to be no longer adequate not only due to its limitations in power calculation and but also due to semiconductor physical and thermal restriction. So, the use of multi-core processors has been recently introduced to replace the single- core technology in order to meet consumer wishes like sophisticated comfort features, increasing safety requirements and zero emission.

Multi-core processors are superior to their single-core predecessor in calculation power and energy efficiency. However, the downside of the new technology is a higher complexity of the software and, therefore, an increase of the development costs, time and resources. The must is still to implement AUTOSAR and its compatibility with other software as well as ensuring the security of the system, which is exposed to external attacks.

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:

  • Hear about the latest quality requirements for safety, security, usability, and performance
  • Share insight into the development of highly efficient advanced materials for embedded systems
  • Learn about current applications of advanced materials in embedded multi-core systems
  • Discuss the role of permanent connections to global IT systems and cloud technologies for automotive industry
  • Develop an understanding of software challenges on the path to safe autonomous driving

Who Should Attend:

Directors, VPs, Managers and Department Heads of:

  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Component Supplier
  • Multicore processing
  • Design and Simulation
  • Corporate Technologies
  • Software Engineering
  • Electronic Components
  • Research & Development
  • Process Virtualization
  • Automotive Design
  • E/E Architectures
  • Semiconductors
  • Safety Concepts
  • Automotive design
  • Real - Time Systems
  • Strategic Innovation
  • Management
  • Open Innovation
  • Research Centre
  • Processing
  • Product
  • OEMs
  • Quality Management
  • Product Development
  • Autonomous driving
  • Hardware-supported features