Open Systems and Interfaces for Distributed Electronics in Cars (OSEK) 950291
The individual development process for distributed, communicating electronic control units hinders the integration of Automotive systems and increases the overall costs. In order to facilitate such applications, services and protocols for Communication, Network Management, and Operating System must be standardized. The aim of the OSEK project is to work out a respective specification proposal in cooperation with several car manufacturers and suppliers. This will permit a cost-effective system integration and support the portation of system functions between different electronic control units.
U. Kiencke, K. J. Neumann, L. Frey, J. Graf, T. Wollstadt, J. Krammer, W. Kremer, F. Lersch, E. Schmidt, J. Minuth, T. Raith, T. Thurner, H. Kuder, V. Wilhelmi, H.-J. Mathony, D. Schäfer-Siebert, R. John, M. Reinfrank, K. Storjohann, C. Hoffmann
IIIT, University of Karlsruhe, Adam Opel AG, BMW AG, Daimler-Benz AG, Mercedes-Benz AG, Robert Bosch AG, Siemens AG
International Congress & Exposition
Automotive Multiplexing Technology-SP-1070, Automotive Microcontrollers-PT-75, Multiplexing and Networking-PT-78