Departmental Papers (CIS)

Date of this Version

4-2017

Document Type

Conference Paper

Comments

Second TCRTS Workshop on Certifiable Multicore Avionics and Automotive Systems (CMAAS 2017), Pittsburgh, PA, Apr. 2017.

Abstract

Timing isolation is critical for automotive systems. Real-time virtualization, such as RT-Xen, is a promising technique to integrate legacy automotive systems onto a powerful multi-core platform for achieving better performance and lower cost without breaking the timing isolation. However, the real-time virtualization has never been evaluated with real automotive applications in a non-simulation environment. In order to facilitate the evaluation of real-time virtualization for automotive systems, we propose the AutoV, an affordable and accessible automotive testbed for real-time virtualization. We present a case study to demonstrate the applications of the AutoV.

Subject Area

CPS Real-Time

Publication Source

Second TCRTS Workshop on Certifiable Multicore Avionics and Automotive Systems (CMAAS 2017)

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Date Posted: 31 May 2017

This document has been peer reviewed.