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Automotive Systems Engineering with AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) Training by Tonex

Automotive Systems Engineering with AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) Training Workshop is 2-day program that covers the fundamentals of Automotive Systems Engineering and AUTOSTAR platform for vehicle software with basic functions and interface to software with support for a wide range of domains (domain-independent). Participants will learn about Automotive Systems Engineering and AUTOSAR, open system architecture to support automotive OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers to improve ECU system and software quality, reduce development costs, and avoid re-development of similar ECU software components repeatedly for the same vehicular applications.

System engineering is a key functional area in the mission critical and safety critical systems in automotive industry. Automotive System engineering is the base of all key elements like sensors, platforms, networks, actuations, feature software and functional safety.

The “Automotive Open System Architecture” training by Tonex provides comprehensive insights into the complex world of automotive open systems and their critical role in modern vehicle design and operation. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the principles, technologies, and standards that underpin open systems in the automotive industry, preparing them for successful careers in this rapidly evolving field.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of Automotive Open System Architecture (AUTOSAR) and its significance in the automotive industry.
  • Analyze the key components of AUTOSAR, including software architecture, communication stacks, and methodology.
  • Apply AUTOSAR principles to design and develop software for embedded automotive systems.
  • Evaluate the integration of AUTOSAR with other automotive technologies and standards.
  • Implement best practices for automotive open system development, testing, and validation.
  • Solve real-world challenges in the automotive industry by harnessing the power of open systems.

Audience: This course is designed for:

  • Automotive engineers and developers
  • Software architects and designers in the automotive sector
  • Project managers involved in automotive software development
  • Quality assurance professionals working in automotive systems
  • Automotive industry decision-makers and stakeholders
  • Individuals aspiring to enter the field of automotive open system development

Course Outlines:

Fundamentals of Automotive Systems Engineering Process

  • Systems Engineering and Automotive Development Lifecycle
  • Vehicle System Development Cycle
  • Sensors, platforms, features, data engineering, mileage validation
  • Key Functional Areas
  • Vehicle integration
  • Safety regulations
  • Functional safety and security
  • Integrating the Sub-components

Key Automotive Systems Engineering Tasks

  • Requirement engineering
  • High level system architecture and design
  • Architecture & architecture optimization
  • Use case development
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Performance validation
  • Validation of autonomous features
  • System verification
  • Driving engineering decisions
  • Aligning architecture and engineering

Automotive Systems Engineering Services & Solutions

  • Automotive systems and software development
  • Layered architecture for the systems.
  • Basic System Architecture
  • ECU and Runtime Environment
  • Application Layer
  • Port Interfaces
  • Service
  • Interfaces

Fundamentals of AUTOSAR

  • What is the Automotive Open System Architecture AUTOSAR?
  • AUTOSTAR Standards
  • Classic Platform
  • Adaptive Platform
  • Foundation
  • Acceptance Test
  • Application Interface
  • AUTOSAR Layers
  • AUTOSTAR System and Software Components

AUTOSAR Layered System Architecture

  • The AUTOSAR Classic Platform Architecture
  • Microcontroller Abstraction Layer
  • ECU Abstraction Layer
  • Services Layer
  • Memory Services
  • Communication Services
  • Diagnostic Services
  • Complex Device Driver (CDD)
  • BSW Conformance Classes
  • Modes of Communication
  • Client-Server Communication
  • Sender-Receiver Communication
  • AUTOSAR Basic Software Architecture

The AUTOSAR E/E Architecture 

  • Input Descriptions
  • Software Components
  • System
  • Hardware
  • System Configuration
  • ECU-configuration
  • Generation of Software Executables

Acceptance Tests for Classic Platform

  • AUTOSAR acceptance tests
  • System tests at bus level
  • Test at application level
  • Methods to validate the behavior of an AUTOSAR stack
  • Application software components
  • Communication bus
  • Functional Cluster

AUTOSTAR Systems Engineering Workshop and Case Studies


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