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Wednesday, July 13 • 09:50 - 10:30
High Computing ARMv8 Platforms to Support Centralized ECU Functions - Kevin Chappuis, Virtual Open Systems

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As a consequence of the increasing number of functions required by connected cars (V2X, IVI, ADAS, etc.), SoCs makers are designing new automotive platforms to consolidate different software functions on the same platform, e.g, the ARMv8 Renesas R-CAR H3. In this presentation, Kevin Chappuis will present the ARMv8-A architecture (e.g., ARM-VE, ARM TrustZone, MMU/Cache, Cryptography, etc) and its benefits for automotive, by detailing challenges and preliminary results of an implementation of an ARMv8 monitor in the context of mixed-criticality systems. Finally, extensions towards Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), IoT as well as the RTOS/GPOS co-execution will be discussed and a comparison between ARMv8-A/ARMv8-R will be presented.



Kevin CHAPPUIS, senior software virtualization engineer at Virtual Open Systems, holds an engineer degree in embedded systems from Polytech Clermont-Ferrand (France). He is experienced FPGA design along with low level processors applications. Skilled in ARMv7 and ARMv8 architecture, he is involved in low level software development (e.g., bootloader, secure monitor, RTOS, etc), including stringent requirements related to latency, performance... Read More →

Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:50 - 10:30

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