How to Architect an Autonomous System Software Design
Are you looking to significantly accelerate the development of your autonomous real-time vehicles? Is it critical that your systems operate over heterogeneous network types? Are you faced with the challenge of implementing software for distributed control in and off vehicle?
Autonomous systems are revolutionizing distributed systems. A significant benefit is their ability to operate in otherwise inaccessible or hazardous environments. Instead of humans providing direct physical control, these applications can use remote operators for supervision and to intervene in scenarios beyond their artificial intelligence capabilities.
During the session, the main technical software evolution challenges will be described and how they are naturally supported by Data Distribution Service (DDS) – the open international connectivity standard for data interoperability, evolution, and portability is becoming the fundamental communication enabler of next-generation vehicle architecture. How to integrate a global solution compatible with major automotive ecosystems DDS, ROS 2, AUTOSAR, at the same time including security and safety requirements (e.g. ISO21434, ISO26262). Including the benefits of integrating at leading platforms. Join us at this technical workshop to learn the latest software developments for distributed autonomous systems and real use cases as systems propelling passengers or cargo pods at speeds of over 1K KM/Hour.