Standardize Your Software Architecture for the Vehicle of the Future 

Convert legacy code into AUTOSAR framework architecture, and integrate advanced workflows with AUTOSAR tools


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Standardize Your Software Architecture for the Automotive Industry


The key to an organization’s survival is controlling code proliferation in its product. AUTOSAR will be the toolset to get a handle on exponential code increase. Software is on course towards standardization.

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will not rest until engine control units (ECUs) are independent of specific functions. They need computing power to achieve autonomous mobility and will get that through AUTOSAR. OEMs and others have been tweaking and tailoring the standard since 2003. It’s a continuously evolving standard and is spreading through the industry. All things electrical with a brain – or ‘with smarts’ in lieu of ‘a brain’ – will be required to adopt it.

No longer valid is an ECU dedicated to a single custom function. AUTOSAR code allows vehicle systems to live in a framework that controls what ECU is best used at what time and space. Efficiency is essential to autonomous mobility.

Functional safety was a major catalyst in driving the need. Its nature drives safety, which drives redundancy, which drives complexity and cost. To realign this cost paradigm shift, AUTOSAR is critical to minimize the impact and counter that increase.

LHP’s Ecosystem addresses the needs of functional safety and AUTOSAR to provide a solution that meets both standards, seamlessly and simultaneously.



AUTOSAR's Impact on the Automotive Industry



Streamlining complex software system integration and standardizing on an architecture and development platform is crucial in the new automotive landscape.



Input: Review requirements, define requirements, evaluate toolsets, analyze existing code

Output: Requirements definition, project plan for migration to AUTOSAR

Proof Of Concept (POC) Mule_3

Proof Of Concept (POC) Mule

Input: Assessment, customer hardware and environment, existing, stable example for migration

Output: Functional AUTOSAR model, based on example provided

Prototype Transition_2

Prototype Transition

Input: POC outputs and inputs

Output: Launched product using AUTOSAR

Production Ready

Production Ready

Input: Prototype output

Output: Complete AUTOSAR migration into the customer’s environment; customer will be able to launch any product into production, using its AUTOSAR specific processes

Workflow Process

Workflow Process

Input: Evaluate existing workflow

Output: Streamlined workflow process that recognizes benefits of AUTOSAR

Project Management

Project Management

Input: Assessment

Output: Deliverables achieved utilizing AUTOSAR and project leadership



Input: Evaluation of need

Output: Skilled employees pertaining to the subject matter elected


Simplifying the AUTOSAR Adoption Process


LHP has over a decade of working knowledge in AUTOSAR migration, adoption, and configuration. LHP will engage your organization at any level of AUTOSAR development while creating a custom plan that takes into account the customer’s current needs and future goals. 


LHP's AUTOSAR Work Packages 


    • Migration to AUTOSAR
      • Define Requirements
        • LHP clearly defines customer requirement while understanding the different motivations for migrating to AUTOSAR
      • Evaluate Toolsets
        • LHP guides customers through the tool selection process
      • Previous AUTOSAR Migration Success 
        • LHP lays out a multi-year roadmap for AUTOSAR adoption - from the first prototype to production development 
        • LHP integrates the latest industry standards and plans ahead for impact on tools and methodology 
      • Analyze existing Code 
        • LHP analyzes the existing code base and plans the required re-architecture to adapt to the AUTOSAR methodology

    • BSW Configuration, Integration, and Complex Driver Development
      • BSW Vendor Selection
        • LHP has an in-depth understanding of major BSW vendors to provide realistic estimations of the broad MCAL development roadmap
      • CDD Development
        • LHP has developed CDDs for many of the common hardware systems such as fuel controls, speed sensor processing, and complex IO
      • BSW Configuration
        • LHP is experienced with the configuration of the BSW components for a variety of applications
      • Advanced Operating Systems
        • LHP has worked with advanced operating system integration for high-level functional safety and torque security

    • AUTOSAR Software Development and Integration
      • AUTOSAR Methodology for Software
        • LHP understands AUTOSAR development and AUTOSAR methodology for software development, and can help you extract maximum benefit from the flexible deployment architecture
      • Maximize Efficiency
        • LHP maximizes the reusability of software, effectively utilizes variant management, and implements system configuration for functional safety and cybersecurity
      • Integrated Design Tools
        • LHP integrates design tools to allow design information to be automatically imported from the system design into the software with no loss of fidelity
          • Example: J1939 
      • Integration of OEM Extension
        • LHP is experienced in adding OEM extensions and customizations 

  • AUTOSAR Workflow Process: Customized Tool Integration and Training
    • Software Development
      • LHP understands that software development is not a product, it is a process for consistent development of quality software across a diverse product line
    • Custom Development for Customers
      • LHP works with customers to customize and develop tools to manage the AUTOSAR workflow and training to take the best advantage of the available toolsets
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