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Master Thesis

Banc de développement et de validation d'un système embarqué automobile

Abstract : For over fifteen years, the model of the vehicle architecture has changed significantly. With the arrival of the vehicle bus such as CAN, the way to design and organize the electrical network evolved, to a decrease of wired connections due to multiplexing, and the proliferation of electronic services and calculators which are managing them. The CAN bus allows to carry the command information on the same line where the old systems required a dedicated line by command, reducing the weight and cost regarding copper wires. Unlike, the growing number of calculators has led, in addition to increased weight and vehicle overcrowding, problems interfacing between different systems from different providers. The adaptation of an embedded system in a larger whole system highlights these integration challenges, which require the development of communication standards, and create simulated environments to recreate the conditions of validation before the real integration. Tests of communication interfaces, analog inputs and outputs and the programmed application make up the validation plan of a calculator. In this context, automotive manufacturers must rely on electronic and computer sciences for the development and validation of these embedded systems.
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Éric Lepoutre. Banc de développement et de validation d'un système embarqué automobile. Electronique. 2013. ⟨dumas-01215843⟩



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