Deploying DDS applications over TSN for Software-Defined Vehicles

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Fernando Garcia, Principal Software Engineer at RTI and Dr. Jörn Migge, CTO at RTaW

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Software-Defined Vehicles (SDVs) require flexibility from the middleware and networking layers, while maintaining a reliable data flow. They need to be able to adjust dynamically to new platforms and enable new features to be introduced at a rapid pace, without overhauling the system architecture. In order to enable this future-forward flexibility, it’s crucial to allow collaboration between different partners and rely on open standards. By putting Data Distribution Service (DDS™) on top of TSN, system architects and application developers can leverage the DDS software databus with the advanced networking capabilities of TSN to create a powerful distributed data-centric software integration framework. This webinar will review the OMG® DDS-TSN standardization efforts to extend DDS with a configuration model and a set of guidelines in order to successfully deploy DDS applications over TSN. It will illustrate how to map DDS messages to TSN frames and configure TSN to meet timing related DDS-level QoS for automotive use cases.
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