What is ASPICE in Automotive?
What ASPICE Is and Why It Is Needed?
Product innovation in the automotive industry has been...
With the growing complexities of the vehicle’s electrical/electronic control systems, there was growing concern in the automotive industry of legacy code that could not be duplicated or changed without compromising the integrity of the system. In 2003, a worldwide consortium of automotive partners founded AUTOSAR in order to mitigate the risk of legacy embedded code being tied to a specific OEM or product.
Today, new products and vehicle sub-systems need to be more flexible, and solutions need to be found across product lines. For this reason, it is expected that AUTOSAR is applied not only to software development but to the entire manufacturing process from product development to verification and validation.
Functional safety is forcing software standardization, and AUTOSAR is how the automotive industry is standardizing.
A one-off AUTOSAR implementation needs to be scalable across your organization and global footprint. Migration to AUTOSAR will require retraining of your software developers and management. This is comparable to the MBD-to-code movement of 20 years ago.
Balancing the requirement of functional safety on your embedded code with the AUTOSAR standard is key to a successful implementation.
Streamlining complex software system integration and standardizing on an architecture and development platform is crucial in the new automotive landscape.
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.