Designing and Deploying Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) with Simulink
In recent years, the automotive industry is accelerating its investments in electrification, autonomous driving, connected vehicles, and modern user experience. This trend demands more computing power and innovative electric, electronic, and complex software architectures in cars. The automotive industry is embracing service-oriented architectures (SOA) as a new paradigm to design software applications that are highly reusable, easy to update, and loosely coupled to hardware. SOAs are based on the concept that an application consists of a set of services that are dynamically discovered, published, subscribed, and reconfigured at run time. SOA concepts are used in multiple industry standards, including AUTOSAR, ROS, and DDS.
In this talk, you will learn how to use the Simulink® product family to model, simulate, and deploy application software based on SOA. Highlights include:
- Modeling message-based communication
- Modeling Adaptive AUTOSAR software components
- Generating C++ production code with Adaptive middleware interfaces and exporting AUTOSAR XML
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