Software Architecture for safety critical brake and steering systems

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OEMs are moving to a function-defined software architecture with a independent hardware structure, software driven innovations and functions on demand. For this, many functions move into domain or zone ECUs. But what about time critical and safety features?

In this presentation from ZF hold during the Automotive Software Factory event, the effect of these trends on braking and steering systems is examined. The German presentation can be found here.

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