|March 2nd, 11:00-11:30 (CET)
||OS Evolution - Monolithic to Microkernel to Multikernel
We give you a very brief overview of the evolution of operating systems with a focus on embedded applications. By showing you the biggest challenge with multi-core hardware, we will explain why you will never see a big speedup with common RTOSes on multi-core SoCs.
But we will also introduce you to the only currently available commercial solution to this problem. And after this revelation, you can ask the experts your most pressing questions.
After this session, you will have understood the most pressing problem in embedded applications and know a solution.
|March 3rd, 11:00-11:30 (CET)
||The Dawn of Embedded Software Defined Systems (SDS) and How to Overcome Their Challenges
Using the example of modern automotive E/E architectures, we show you how the challenges for embedded systems have changed.
We show you what is important in the design of highly networked embedded systems and what you have to pay attention to. You can ask the experts your most pressing questions.
After this session, you can transfer this knowledge to other embedded segments like Industrial IoT and Medical.
|March 4th, 11:00-11:30 (CET)
||Hypervisor in the Embedded World for Applications With Mixed Criticality
We will describe the trend of the current aggregation phase in the embedded segment: SW application integration on an unprecedented level. Using modern automotive E/E architectures as an example, we will show you what challenges a software integrator faces today.
With the help of hypervisors, many applications with mixed criticality are now required to run on one hardware. We will show you what is important with current hypervisors and what to look out for. You can ask the experts your most pressing questions.
After this session, you will be able to transfer this knowledge to other embedded segments such as Industrial IoT and Medical.
|March 5th, 11:00-11:30 (CET)
||Do You Know Autoware?
We will give you a brief overview of the open source Autoware software and how this framework supports your development of autonomous driving vehicles for mass production.
Based on a safety-certified RTOS, you can reuse your pre-development on Linux to bring it to the functional safety level you need. You can ask the experts your most pressing questions.
After this session, you will understand the SW architecture consisting of an RTOS, a hypervisor, the ROS / ROS 2 framework and the highest software level Autoware.