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Architectures for Safety

Author(s):
Fulvio Cascio (Centro Ricerche Fiat), 
Xi Chen (DaimlerChrysler), 
Antoni Ferre (Lear Corporation), 
Luc Fougerousse (Valeo), 
Vera Lauer (DaimlerChrysler), 
Joachim Stroop (dSPACE GmbH), 
Company: EASIS
Published: dSPACE NEWS 2007/1, Feb 2007

A notable trend in automotive systems is combining stand-alone safety applications to make what are called integrated safety systems (ISS). These systems provide safety services that combine and extend current functionality in order to increase the level of safety for vehicle occupants. ISS require advanced electrical and electronic architectures, which have been analyzed and validated in the European research project EASIS (Electronic Architecture and System Engineering for Integrated Safety Systems).



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