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Abstract Future vehicular systems will be able to c Future vehicular systems will be able to cooperate in order to perform many functions in a more effective and efficient way. However, achieving predictable and safe coordination of vehicles that autonomously cooperate in open and uncertain environments is a challenging task. Traditional solutions for achieving safety either impose restrictions on performance or require costly resources to deal with the worst case situations. In this paper, we describe a generic architectural pattern that addresses this problem. We consider that cooperative functions can be executed with multiple levels of service, and we rely on a safety kernel to manage the service level in run-time. A set of safety rules defined in design-time determine conditions under which the cooperative function can be performed safely in each level of service. The paper provides details of our implementation of this safety kernel, covering both hardware and software aspects. It also presents an example application of the proposed solutions in the development of a demonstrator using scaled vehicles. t of a demonstrator using scaled vehicles.
Address Pisa, Italy  +
Author António Casimiro + , José Rufino + , Ricardo Correia Pinto + , Eric Vial + , Elad M. Schiller + , Oscar Morales-Ponce + , Thomas Petig +
Booktitle Proceedings of the 2014 Symposium on Industrial Embedded Systems  +
Document Document for Publication-Casimiro2014sies-invited.pdf +
Key Casimiro2014sies-invited  +
Month jun  +
NumPubDate 2,014.06  +
Project Project:KARYON +
ResearchLine Timeliness and Adaptation in Dependable Systems (TADS) +
Title A Kernel-based Architecture fo Safe Cooperative Vehicular Functions (Invited Paper)  +
Type inproceedings  +
Year 2014  +
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