Title: Bosch WATERS Challenges Reloaded: Moving from Classical to High Performance Real-time Systems
Authors: Arne Hamann
he Bosch WATERS challenges in 2016 and 2017 addressed problems arising in "classical" real-time systems composed of mostly periodic tasks in the domain of engine management executed on µC platforms. In this talk will give a retrospective of the challenges and the impact in the real-time community so far. Meanwhile, established engineering practices in the embedded real-time industry are put to the test by a new class of systems: ADAS applications executing on high-performance platforms comprising µPs and accelerators such as GPUs. Such systems require novel analytic approaches as well as mechanisms constructively controlling contention effects on the multi-level memory hierarchy to ensure timing predictability. Motivated by the success of the 2016 & 2017 challenges the talk will announce a new challenge for 2019 with focus on ADAS applications executed on high performance platforms.
Contributions to be presented at WATERS'18
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