3Ccar Integrated Components for Complexity Control in affordable electrified cars

Motivation

The increasing complexity of software in automotive systems has resulted in the rise of firmware-related vehicle recalls due to undetected bugs and software faults. AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) represents a significant effort to incorporate automotive software testing and verification at the design stage; however, current automotive systems lack a systematic approach and infrastructure to support post-market runtime diagnostics for control software. Once a vehicle leaves the dealership lot, its performance and operation safety are a “black box” to the manufacturers and the original equipment providers. Amongst the standard diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for software none targets the ECU software even though systems such as stability, cruise, and traction control are critical for safety.

The wait-and-see approach to recalls has a significant cost in both time and money and may have a negative impact on the vehicle manufacturer’s reputation. Consequently, there is an urgent need for systematic post-market in-vehicle diagnostics for control system software so that issues can be detected early.

Ziele

The aim of 3Ccar is to achieve major improvements in Comfort, Control and Costs in electrified Cars by using new semiconductors and system integration technologies for getting more electrified vehicles on the roads.

3Ccar proposes in-vehicle systems that could monitor sensor values, perform runtime evaluation of the states of the system controls and could allow remote reprogramming. 3Ccar is the first European project in our knowledge addressing the development of common-standard HW-SW platforms that could allow the remote monitoring of the critical parameters and the update of the software. This would have a considerable impact on the design of new architectures and on security. In view of more automated functionalities, from car parking to full autonomous driving, the remote update of powertrain and steering software related functions would become an ever-increasing problem opportunity addressed for the first time by 3Ccar.

System partitioning is more and more crucial to assure higher robustness, simplicity, higher fail-safe redundancy, cost reduction and simplified maintenance independency from suppliers. Rather than stressing system integration, EVs demand smart partitioning of the macro functionalities. For example, the conventional approach adopted by most OEMs relying on a multifunctional centralized body computer will be challenged by 3Ccar  approaching the overall system design with a high level of partitioning allowing OEMs to become more independent from suppliers, reducing complexity and related costs, simplifying maintenance, monitoring and update the functionalities.

The collaboration proposed in 3Ccar is the natural continuation of the same virtuous process started with the project ENIAC E3CAR later on complemented by projects launched in Artemis and within the EU Green Car Initiative.

Personen

Projektleitung Intern

Dr. Sunil Dath Kumar Malipatlolla
Dr.
Sunil Dath Kumar Malipatlolla

Projektleitung Extern

Dr. Domenik Helms

Wissenschaftliche Leitung

Partner
Okmetic Oyj
www.okmetic.com/
Fico Triad S.A.
www.fico.com/en/
Fraunhofer Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Angewandten Forschung e.V.
www.fraunhofer.de
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
www.cnr.it/sitocnr/home.html
Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation
http://www.tecnalia.com/en/
Ideas & Motion S.r.l.
www.ideasandmotion.com/
Industrial Technology Research Institute
www.itri.org.tw/eng/
Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles
www.ifevs.com/
Kompetenzzentrum - Das Virtuelle Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
www.v2c2.at
Lange Research Aircraft GmbH
www.lange-aviation.com/
Murata Electronics Oy
www.muratamems.fi/
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands BV
www.nxp.com/
Elektronikas un datorzinātņu institūts
www.edi.lv/
ON Semiconductor Belgium BVBA
onsemiconductorbelgium.be/en
Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden
www.oth-aw.de/
Solbian Energie Alternative SRL
www.solbian.eu/index.php?lang=en
Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT
www.vtt.fi/?lang=en
Tenneco Automotive Europe BVBA
www.tenneco.com/
Torino E-District Consorzio
www.toedistrict.eu/
UAB Metis Baltic
metisbaltic.lt/en/home/
Università di Pisa
www.unipi.it/index.php/english
Valeo Systemes de Controle Moteur SAS
www.valeo.com/en
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
www.vgtu.lt/index.php?lang=2
IMT Bucharest - National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies
www.imt.ro
AVL LIST GmbH
www.avl.com
AVL Software and Functions GmbH
www.avl-functions.de/
BMW AG
www.bmw.de
Brno University of Technology
www.vutbr.cz
Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique LETI Laboratory
www.pw.edu.pl
COSYNTH GMBH & CO. KG
Daimler AG
www.daimler.com
Infineon Technologies AG
www.infineon.com
Institut mikroelektronických aplikací s.r.o.
www.ima.cz
Advanced Automotive Antennas S.I.
www.ficosa.com/wps/wcm/connect/ficosawcm/WebPublica_ES
IXION Industry & Aerospace
www.ixion.es
TNO Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
www.tno.nl
NXP Semiconductors Hamburg
www.nxp.com/
QinetiQ Ltd.
www.qinetiq.com
STMicroelectronics srl
www.st.com
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
www.tue.nl
TTTech Computertechnik AG
www.tttech.com
TU Dresden
tu-dresden.de
TU Graz
www.tugraz.at
Valeo Equipements Electriques Moteur S.A.S.
www.valeo.com

Laufzeit

Start: 01.06.2015
Ende: 31.05.2018

Website des Projekts

Fördermittelgeber

EU

GA-No. 662192

BMBF

Förderkennzeichen: 16EMOE008

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