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Meng Xu and Insup Lee, "AutoV: An Automotive Testbed for Real-Time Virtualization", Second TCRTS Workshop on Certifiable Multicore Avionics and Automotive Systems (CMAAS 2017) . April 2017.
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.
Second TCRTS Workshop on Certifiable Multicore Avionics and Automotive Systems (CMAAS 2017)
Date Posted: 31 May 2017
This document has been peer reviewed.