WiCAR - Simulating towards the Wireless Car
Ref: CISTER-TR-200504 Publication Date: 15, Sep, 2020
WiCAR - Simulating towards the Wireless CarRef: CISTER-TR-200504 Publication Date: 15, Sep, 2020
Advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) pose stringent requirements to a system's control and communications, in terms of timeliness and reliability, hence, wireless communications have not been seriously considered a potential candidate for such deployments. However, recent developments in these technologies are supporting unprecedented levels of reliability and predictability. This can enable a new generation of ADAS systems with increased flexibility and the possibility of retrofitting older vehicles. However, to effectively test and validate these systems, there is a need for tools t hat can support the simulation of these complex communication infrastructures from the control and the networking perspective. This paper introduces a co-simulation framework that enables the simulation of an ADAS application scenario in these two fronts, analyzing the relationship between different vehicle dynamics and the delay required for the system to operate safely, exploring the performance limits of different wireless network configurations.
15th International Workshop on Dependable Smart Embedded Cyber-Physical Systems and Systems-of-Systems (DECSoS 2020), pp 136-147.
Notes: DECSoS 2020 was held as part of the 39th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security (SafeComp 2020). Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 12235)