Deterministic Ethernet for Automotive Applications: Page 3 of 3

March 12, 2015 //By Wilfried Steiner, TTTech
Deterministic Ethernet for Automotive Applications
Ethernet in the car is a reality today but it’s further technological and ecosystem developments will define to which extent it will be used in existing, emerging and future automotive subsystems.

Other functionality that is currently being developed within the TSN working group covers the configuration of redundant paths in a network as well as the redundancy management of the frames that are being sent along these redundant paths. The AVB clock synchronization protocol itself is currently also being improved towards provision of multiple synchronized time bases as well as towards fault-tolerance.
The standardization of these elements will greatly contribute to the success of Deterministic Ethernet in the automotive industry.

About the author:
Wilfried Steiner is Corporate Scientist at TTTech Computertechnik AG and Leader of the research team TTTech Labs. He holds a degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences from the Vienna University of Technology, Austria. His research is focused on the development of algorithms and services that enable dependable communication in cyber-physical systems and applied formal methods.
 

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