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EDONA: an Open Integration Platform for Automotive Systems Development Tools

Abstract : Launched in autumn 2007, EDONA is a French collaborative effort of automotive manufacturers and suppliers, research laboratories and software vendors. It was built in order to guarantee seamless inter-operation of existing commercial tools and advanced academic technologies necessary to develop automotive software-based systems. This project aims at developing open development environments supporting the full set of future AUTOSARTM specifications, as well as the forthcoming ISO 26262 standard for safety of electronics components for the automotive industry. The article describes the environment frameworks based on a tool repository and a set of interfaces backed by the Eclipse environment, and how tooled solutions will be built for dependability and hard real time support across the whole V-cycle, namely in the following areas: • System specification and requirement traceability • Functional and temporal validation • Safe design of real-time and deterministic solutions • Integration of MMI component under safety constraints It concludes on discussing the orientation of the exploitation strategy considered for the project results.
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F Ougier, François Terrier. EDONA: an Open Integration Platform for Automotive Systems Development Tools. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2008), Jan 2008, toulouse, France. ⟨insu-02270106⟩



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