Hirvonsalo, Harri & Seppänen, Pertti (2021) On deployment of Eclipse Kuksa as a framework for an intelligent moving test platform for research of autonomous vehicles. In: Pasi Kuvaja et al. (eds.) CEUR workshop proceedings Vol. 3028, Proceedings of the 2nd Eclipse Research International Conference on Security, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture and Modelling for Next Generation Mobility (pp. 38-50), http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3028/D2-03-ESAAMM_2021_paper_8.pdf
On deployment of Eclipse Kuksa as a framework for an intelligent moving test platform for research of autonomous vehicles
|Author:||Hirvonsalo, Harri1; Seppänen, Pertti1|
1Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering / Empirical Software Engineering in Software, Systems and Services (M3S Group) / University of Oulu Oulu, Finland
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|Persistent link:|| http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi-fe2022032324660
RWTH Aachen University,
|Publish Date:|| 2022-03-23
After an era of huge propagation within the field of mobile communications, digitalization has been spreading during the latest years at an accelerating speed to automotive technology and business. Following the developments experienced earlier in the mobile communications branch, open solutions and platforms are emerging in the automotive industries, challenging the traditional proprietary systems. Like in mobile communications, open platforms enable development of a wide variety of novel applications and systems that speed up the digitalization of the automotive and traffic ecosystems and offer the developers new attractive business opportunities. One of such open approaches is the Eclipse Kuksa framework developed in a consortium of European research institutions and automotive industries.
In this study, we explored how the Kuksa framework could be used as a technology basis for an automotive data system combining in-vehicle functionality to cloud-based services. The study was carried out as a part of the SMAD research project of the University of Oulu aiming at an intelligent moving test platform for research of autonomous vehicles built on top of a Toyota Rav4 hybrid car. Our study covered subsystems of the Kuksa framework, the in-vehicle subsystem, cloud subsystems and the data communications between them.
Our results indicate that the Kuksa framework is a feasible basis for the development of open, intelligent automotive data systems, though with a considerable learning needs. The results and experiences of our study provide besides additional knowledge for our continuing research on automotive software, also new, valuable contribution to the Eclipse Kuksa community and the practitioners planning to deploy open approaches in their automotive software development.
CEUR workshop proceedings
|Pages:||38 - 50|
Proceedings of the 2nd Eclipse Research International Conference on Security, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture and Modelling for Next Generation Mobility
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Eclipse Research International Conference on Security, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture and Modelling for Next Generation Mobility
|Type of Publication:||
A4 Article in conference proceedings
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113 Computer and information sciences
This study was funded by European Regional Development Fund, Oulu Civil Engineering Foundation, BusinessOulu and Finnish Transport and Communications Agency. Part of the described work has been done in context of Arctic 5G project.
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