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Monday, December 5 • 11:00 - 11:40
Elements Towards Functional Safety Use Cases with Linux in Automotive - Philipp Ahmann, Robert Bosch GmbH

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Linux is common sense in Automotive; for infotainment, display clusters or gateways. Centralization of embedded control units increase the demand of mastering complexity of large vehicle computers. Functional safety becomes more and more important. As part of instrument clusters, warning signs (so called tell tales) are an ideal entry point to address safety criticality in Automotive use cases. Their demands to the operating system help to explain the way forward towards more complex use cases from the domain of e.g. driver assistance. This talk will describe elements needed to enable Linux in safety critical automotive use cases based on the tell tale use case as addressed within the Linux Foundation’s ELISA project. It shows similarities and differences to other use cases like park distance control or surround view and supports the Automotive Grade Linux instrument cluster. By setting the use case into a wider system context of a centralized vehicle computer architecture, it allows adopters a step-by-step approach to enable Linux in safety critical applications and increase the responsibility of Linux in smaller chunks. An overview of the activities within the other ELISA project working groups and their relation to the automotive working group completes the talk.

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Philipp Ahmann

Product Manager, Robert Bosch GmbH
Philipp Ahmann is a technical business development manager at Robert Bosch GmbH with focus on Open Source activities. He represents the ELISA project of the Linux Foundation as technical steering committee chair and leads the automotive as well as systems work group. He has more than... Read More →

Monday December 5, 2022 11:00 - 11:40 JST
  Automotive Linux Summit