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Principles of a vehicle infotainment platform - Hans-Ulrich Michel, BMW

  1. 1. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance All rights reserved. Principles of a Vehicle Infotainment Platform Hans-Ulrich Michel BMW Group Forschung und Technik
  2. 2. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Agenda • Vehicle System Architecture • Trends In Vehicle Industry – The Infotainment Domain – Service Platform Architecture • Autosar and OSGi Technology • Software-Download – Opportunities and Challenges • End2End-Standardization: GST • OSGi Technology in 5-, 6-series • Wrap up
  3. 3. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Vehicle System Architecture 7-series MultimediaBody/Comfort Body/Comfort Security Chassis/Power Train
  4. 4. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Costs per node PT-CAN Vehicle System Architecture K-CAN System K-CAN Peripherie byteflight MOST Body/Comfort Multimedia Security Chassis/Power Train PT-CAN 20K 125K 1M 10M 25M LIN K-CAN PT-CAN MOSTCosts/node Flexray Byteflight Data Rate bit/sec 0,512,55
  5. 5. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. • Looking at the design of ECU´s: – Standardize network management functions and communication services in different domains to reduce software development costs: - First step to an open system design Vehicle System Architecture ECU Design
  6. 6. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Vehicle System Architecture ECU Design 7: Application Layer 6: Presentation Layer 5: Session Layer 4: Transport Layer 3: Network Layer 2: Data Link Layer 1: Physical Layer ISO/OSI Model of Communication MOST Transceiver SW Command Interpreter NetBlock Application Netservice Layer 1 Optical Transmitter Optical Receiver CAN Driver SW Application Network Layer CAN Comm HW Interaction Layer OSEK/VDX NM
  7. 7. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Trends In Vehicle Industry HW-Platform Service-Platform - Supplier Black-Box development - HW/SW-monolith MOST HW App1 App2 App3 MOST Netservice - Integrated SW/HW- development - Flash-Update of SW, complete image generation - Independent SW/HW- Development - Software Component- Update App1 App2 App3 From a “black box” to a service platform
  8. 8. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Trends In Vehicle Industry: The Infotainment Domain Tuner Navi Ampl Speech MMI FrontASC BC TV Phone Telematics HW-Platform Phone OS (VXWorks, QNX, Linux..) JVM, JNI Native App´s OSGi-Framework and Base-Services Vehicle func Nav Tuner ClimaCon Telematic OSGi Standard an enabling technology Satellite 1 Satellite n Navi/Telematic/Services Serivces • Concentrate functionality • Country specific solutions • Life cycle mismatch • Scalability
  9. 9. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Trends In Vehicle Industry: The Infotainment Domain OSGi Standard an enabling technology
  10. 10. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Trends In Vehicle Industry: Service Platform Architecture ? OSGi Standard an enabling technology MOST system bus CAN
  11. 11. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Autosar Standardization Autosar-RTE is a middleware to abstract from bus-specific logic CAN HW App 6 App7 App8 OSEK/VDX OS MOST HW App1 App2 App3 Most Netservices App1 App2 App3 MOST HW Most Netservices CAN HW OSEK/VDX OS Autosar RTE App 6 App7 App8
  12. 12. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Autosar Standardization • The goal of the Autosar process: – Virtual, independent description of ECU´s, SW-components and system constrains – Mapping of software to hardware depending on quality factors and system constrains
  13. 13. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Autosar and OSGi Technology • OSGi is execution environment for a single device to support a standard deployment model • Autosar is a distributed environment, static after generation, designed for multi-language use and supports hard real-time. Autosar defines a process for system creation
  14. 14. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Autosar and OSGi Technology AUTOSAR/OSGi ZT-4 H.-U. Michel 02.08.04 Seite 3 OSGi Autosar ConnectorOSGi Autosar Connector DMTDMT AUTOSAR DMT DownloadDownload DOWNLOAD OSGi FrameworkOSGi Framework OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles Autosar FrameworkAutosar Framework OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles OSGi BundlesOSGi Bundles Autosar DUsAutosar DUs Rem.EURem.EU Management AdapterManagement AdapterDiagnostics AdapterDiagnostics Adapter Event ManagerEvent Manager HW AbstractionHW Abstraction DIAG CONFIG DEPLOY STATUS DMT EVENT CONFIG DEPLOY STATUS AUTOSAR DMT EVENT DOWNLOAD DMT DIAG EVENT CONFIG DEPLOY STATUS DMT EVENT DOWNLOAD DMT EVENT Autosar IssuesAutosar Issues OSGi IssuesOSGi Issues Automotive Autosar + OSGi Issues Automotive Autosar + OSGi Issues HardwareHardware OSGi Remote Manager OSGi Remote Manager CONFIG Configuration Interface (combine with DMT?) DMT Distributed Management Tree DEPLOY Deployment STATUS Status Requests AUTOSAR Remote Autosar Components Protocol EVENT Event Distribution DOWNLOAD Download Management DIAG Diagnostics Autosar Remote Manager Autosar Remote Manager Autosar Remote Diagnostics Autosar Remote Diagnostics
  15. 15. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. SW Download - Opportunities Customer Loyalty Increased Flexibility Value Conservation New Business model Usage ResellOrder Production Delivery • Independent SW/HW-development process: Supplier independence, reduced costs, increased flexibility • Software-Upgrades after production for long-term, simplified maintenance • Remote Diagnostics • SW-Update/Upgrade before resale • Software-based option for vehicle individuali-zation and customer personalization in production, on dealer level or via E2E-service chain delivery: “Software as a Product”
  16. 16. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. SW Download - Challenges • Enable seamless software-development process (Supplier, OEM, Third-Party) – Model-Based Development – Integrated Product-Data and SW-Configuration-Management – Change-Management / Control Compatibility / Testing – Security Infrastructure, graduated Firewall-Concept (AA), Certification Mechanism for Software and HW • Software as a Product: Open E2E-delivery chain ? Usage ResellOrder Production Delivery
  17. 17. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. End2End Standardization: GST Status Quo Telematics Service Operator Network Operator Network Operator Service Provider Service Provider In-vehicle Terminal In-vehicle Presentation Telematics Service Operator Network Operator Network Operator Service Provider Service Provider In-vehicle Terminal In-vehicle Presentation Telematics Service Operator Network Operator Network Operator Service Provider Service Provider In-vehicle Terminal In-vehicle Presentation
  18. 18. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. End2End Standardization: GST Horizontal Market Evolution In-vehicle Presentation In-vehicle Presentation In-vehicle Terminal In-vehicle Terminal In-vehicle Terminal Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Telematics Service Operator Network Operator Service Provider In-vehicle Presentation
  19. 19. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. End2End Standardization: GST Open Platform Beyond The Vehicle • National scope • European harmonization • National scope • Open service delivery platform • Harmonized access network profiles • Protocol standardization • Open, but secure runtime environment • User interface • Vendor-independent minimum vehicle access • Interface and platform standardization Open In-vehicle Platform Delivery Platform Operator Service Provider • Need to harmonize many private, proprietary, isolated, costly solutions • Need for a common provider of high quality content • Need for European standards in formats Traffic Weather Road Status E-Call Accident / Hazard Warning
  20. 20. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. OSGi Technology in 5-, 6-series • Service Platform Concept • High End – 2DIN-system Head Unit with 16:9 widescreen and Controller, Integration of DVD / CD-Drive • Integrated Modules (GPS, Gyro,..) • Microprocessor: 32bit SH4 166MHz/300 Mips • OS: VX-Works RTOS • Integration Vehicle functionality (Tuner, CD, Speech I/O, Phone, Navigation etc.) and ConnectedDrive-Services (BMW Assist, BMW Online) • MOST, CAN Interface for networking • Jeode VM, P-Java Runtime • Based on TLA-architecture
  21. 21. © copyright 2004 by OSGi Alliance. All rights reserved. Wrap Up • Trend to concentrate functionality in service platforms and to reduce the number of ECU´s - OSGi Standard is an enabling technology ! • The automotive industry is changing to an industry mainly driven by electronics and SW: - new development process - match this to organizational structure • SW-Download offers a lot of opportunities • Standardization is an important issue • BMW is addressing this issues in different standardization activities and projects
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