Managing propulsion in a new vehicle electronics architecture is a real challenge, particularly when designing for the determinism and low latency needed for electronic control of mechanical systems.
Modern vehicle architectures utilize virtual machine concepts to facilitate application integration while leveraging the underlying performance available on powerful S32 SoCs.
In this free webinar, NXP’s Oskar Walder will present the benefits of this modern architecture versus the traditional method.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Understand why modern vehicles require a change in real-time software and hardware architecture to enable software-defined vehicle (SDV)
- Discover how virtualization, virtual machines, and TSN enable new ways of developing and deploying software
- Learn how sharing hardware amongst multiple virtual machines using careful time slicing maximizes hardware utilization