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IoT and Embedded, Autonomous Vehicle
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"Alex is interested in systems and software engineering, having been involved in projects involving hardware ranging from 8-bit micro-controllers to multi-core "monsters" and software systems ranging from a few kilo-bytes to multi-million LOC projects. Alexander is heading the E/E and systems engineering activities at Elektrobit."
Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
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YVR18-302:EB corbos and the L4Re microhypervisor: Open-Source Automotive Safety
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Autonomous driving, Car-to-X connectivity and new vehicle E/E architectures are driving demand for increasing compute capacity and software complexity in vehicles. This complexity is at odds with the safety and security requirements. A promising approach for tackling these challenges is software isolation using a trusted hypervisor that is fit for automotive certification.

Kernkonzept and Elektrobit are building on the open-source L4Re microkernel to create such a trusted and safety-certified hypervisor. It is part of Elektrobit's EB corbos automotive software suite and integrates with Elektrobit's Linux and Adaptive Autosar solutions, as well as with established open-source automotive and Linaro ecosystems.

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