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The DESERVE project: Towards future ADAS functions

Matti Kutila
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Pasi Pyykönen
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Paul Van
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Nereo Pallaro
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— This article introduces the objectives and structure of the European research project DESERVE that is co-funded by the ARTEMIS-JU and national funding bodies. The project started in September 2012 with a duration of 3 years. The project aims to establish a new embedded SW and HW design by using a more efficient development process (including the enabling general platform concept and tool chain) in order to overcome challenges in reducing component costs and development time of future ADAS functions for modern vehicles. Both the process and the platform concept will be demonstrated with innovative ADAS functions in 3 passenger cars, 1 truck and 1 motorcycle. Embedded hardware and software units have been developed for improving electronic horizon band of vehicles by detecting objects in front. Moreover, driver/motorcycle rider awareness is analysed by monitoring his/her actions online. The systems need to be robust and reliable in different environment conditions (night time, rain, etc.). The DESERVE platform distinguishes three layers of intelligence: perception, application and intervention&warning control. The demonstrators will be based on software development tools from Elektrobit (ADTF) and Intempora (RTmaps). These tools are used to create 10 innovative ADAS applications as part of an integral ADAS development platform, following a new design and development process. Since the project is highly application oriented, the requirements have been adapted mainly from the ISO 26262 standard and the AUTOSAR framework which ensures compatibility with the existing automotive software environment.
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Matti Kutila, Pasi Pyykönen, Paul Van, Nereo Pallaro, Joshué Pérez Rastelli. The DESERVE project: Towards future ADAS functions. IEEE SAMOS conference, Jul 2014, SAMOS, Greece. pp.308 - 313, ⟨10.1109/SAMOS.2014.6893226⟩. ⟨hal-01086885⟩


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