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Autosar research: How Chinese providers seize the opportunity in the wave of software-defined vehicles.
 
As vehicle software becomes more complicated and single vehicle software value rises, AUTOSAR empowers the automotive industry chain to evolve to software-defined vehicles rapidly, in the megatrend of software-defined vehicles.  As an open system architecture and also a standard, AUTOSAR enables standardization, reusability and interoperability of software, and helps OEMs and Tier1s cut more costs. 

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AUTOSAR has released Classic and Adaptive platform specifications. AUTOSAR Classic corresponds to the security control architecture which adopts layered design and enables decoupling of basic software layer and application layer. As E/E architectures evolve and more domain controllers are used, the central computing platform becomes a development trend, and just AUTOSAR Classic is not enough to meet the market needs. So AUTOSAR Adaptive comes into being and becomes an indispensable element to the new-generation E/E architectures.

The future version of AUTOSAR Adaptive has planned 23 new features, including better interaction between AUTOSAR Classic and AUTOSAR Adaptive, and upgrade of Security and Safety. According to the roadmap, AUTOSAR will offer a new software architecture version every year.

According to the official definition, AUTOSAR Adaptive supports all future vehicle APPs, e.g., IVI, V2X, multi-sensor fusion and ADAS. AUTOSAR is a standard option of next-generation automotive basic software architectures, for many automakers, components suppliers, and software providers among others.

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China’s vehicle basic software industry started late. The early basic software providers were foreign players. To expedite China’s vehicle basic software and create its own intellectual property system and harmonious ecosystem, Neusoft Reach and China Association of Automobile Manufactures (CAAM) jointly planed and initiated the Automotive Software Ecosystem Member Organization of China (AUTOSEMO) under the guidance of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, aiming to share and practice innovations and build open standardized software architectures, interface specifications and application frameworks together with other over 20 member units. The AUTOSEMO is dedicated to developing China’s proprietary vehicle basic software industry ecosystem and facilitate the transformation of the country’s automotive industry into an intelligent one. 

The AUTOSEMO was founded in Shanghai on July 22, 2020, with 20 founder members: FAW, SAIC, GAC, NIO, Geely, Great Wall Motor, Changan Auto, Beiqi Foton, Dongfeng Motor, FAW Jiefang, Xpeng Motors, Neusoft Reach, HiRain Technologies, Shanghai Nasn Automotive Electronics, Horizon Robotics, Suzhou Zhito Technology, Wanxiang Qianchao, Shenzhen VMAX Power, Shanghai Re-Fire Technology, and China Automotive Innovation. Neusoft Reach acted as the first rotating chairman.

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The missions of the AUTOSEMO are: to formulate local companies-led proprietary basic software architecture standards and interface specifications for future intelligent connected vehicles (ICV) to share knowledge and results and build an industrial ecosystem; to create a vehicle software ecosystem communication platform for the industry with the concept of independence, development and innovation.   

In November 2020, the AUTOSEMO introduced the China Automotive Basic Software Development White Paper 1.0, which analyzes all opportunities and challenges in the development of China's automotive basic software, sorts out the status quo of China's automotive basic software industry, and puts forward the hot issues in the industry.

In June 2021, the AUTOSEMO publicized the Vehicle SOA Software Architecture Specification 1.0, the first theoretical system of SOA software architecture for the automotive industry. 

In September 2021, the AUTOSEMO released China Automotive Basic Software Development White Paper 2.0 and Vehicle SOA Software Architecture Specification 1.1 at the World Intelligent Connected Vehicles (ICV) Conference, two upgraded versions which elaborate background and architecture of SOA standards, overall framework of AUTOSEMO Service Framework (ASF), promotion plan of ASF group standards working group, and development of AUTOSEMO standards. 

Foreign providers work to explore the application of AUTOSAR in ICV.

Through the lens of market pattern, overseas providers such as EB (Continental), ETAS (Bosch) and VECTOR have played a dominant role in AUTOSAR Classic standard-compliant development tool chain and basic software; typical Chinese players are Neusoft Reach, Huawei and iSoft Infrastructure Software. Foreign companies with a long foothold in AUTOSAR are endeavoring to explore the application of AUTOSAR Adaptive in ICV fields (ADAS, intelligent cockpit, OTA, etc.). Examples include EB, the first one to probe AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform (AUTOSAR AP), having partnered with Volkswagen on use of its SOA platform in ID.3 (4) and gaining a leading edge.

? EB keeps extending its AUTOSAR tool chain and adding product features.

As an established AUTOSAR provider, EB boasts a full range of product lines, including AUTOSAR Adaptive products like EB Corbos Linux, EB corbos Hypervisor, EB corbos Studio, EB corbos Adaptive Core and EB xelor, and the AUTOSAR Classic software tool EB tresos.

In late 2020, EB launched EB xelor, an all-in-one software platform for creating next-generation automotive electronics architectures based on high-performance computers (HPCs). It can reduce OEMs’ HPC engineering efforts by up to 30%.

In June 2021, EB added EB tresos V2G ChargeIn, a new, in-vehicle, AUTOSAR-compatible software module that—in combination with an ISO 15118-compliant communication stack—enables ECUs to manage the communication between the charging system inside the vehicle and the charging station. In addition, through a partnership with SEVENSTAX, EB tresos AutoCore now integrates the fully ISO 15118-compliant SEVENSTAX application stack, supporting the latest V2G communication features.

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? Tata Elxsi unveiled a new intelligent cockpit application.
In November 2021, Tata Elxsi and Green Hills Software announced their collaboration on a Driver Monitoring System (DMS) platform that combines advanced DMS software (V.O.E.O.S.Y.S, Vehicle Operator Environment Observation System) and AUTOSAR Adaptive from Tata Elxsi integrated with the safe and secure INTEGRITY? real-time operating system (RTOS) from Green Hills Software optimized to run on the latest families of automotive-grade microprocessors.

The integrated AUTOSAR Adaptive-based DMS delivers intelligent determination of a driver’s readiness and state of attentiveness and runs on the safe, secure INTEGRITY-based high-performance platform.

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? Wind River makes great efforts on autonomous driving application.
In April 2021, Wind River collaborated with Vector to deliver service-oriented architecture (SOA) capabilities for the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving based on the AUTOSAR Adaptive standard. The joint solution comprises Vector’s AUTOSAR Adaptive technologies and the new Wind River Studio, which includes the VxWorks? real-time operating system (RTOS).

In October 2021, Wind River announced that TüV SüD endorsed an ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification program for its AUTOSAR Adaptive software platform which provides a foundation for a next-generation ADAS and autonomous driving systems.

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Chinese providers try hard to deploy and develop independently.

In China, local companies are trying hard to self-develop AUTOSAR Classic. Both Chinese and foreign companies are still in their infancy in AUTOSAR Adaptive development. Chinese providers exert great efforts on it amid an unclear competitive pattern.

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? iSoft Infrastructure Software
In November 2021, iSoft Infrastructure Software and SemiDrive built strategic cooperation on automotive chips, operating systems, and basic software. They have launched a complete AUTOSAR Classic solution based on SemiDrive G9X smart gateway chip. 

With MCAL from SemiDrive, and AUTOSAR OS, RTE and BSW provided by iSoft Infrastructure Software, the solution is a totally proprietary software and hardware AUTOSAR solution that meets functional safety requirements. The software and hardware integrated digital base of the solution not only helps customers shorten the evaluation cycle and save development costs but brings the computing capability of SemiDrive chips into a better play, making it easier to develop software.

iSoft Infrastructure Software’s Configuration Tool at the underlying layer MCAL of the solution seamlessly connects ORIENTAIS AUTOSAR products and components. Based on ORIENTAIS AUTOSAR, it enables complete gateway basic functions: AUTOSAR OS, CAN communication, LIN communication, CAN network management, NVM protocol stack, system management, CSM, Wathchdog, etc.

SemiDrive previously used EB tresos Studio based on AUTOSAR Classic to develop automotive chip underlying software on the AUTOSAR standard-compliant microcontroller abstraction layer (MCAL) development platform. The selection of iSoft’s basic software is the evidence that the technical strength of Chinese providers is gaining recognition.  

? Neusoft Reach
In November 2020, Neusoft Reach upgraded NeuSAR, its self-developed AUTOSAR-compliant system platform for next-generation automotive communication and computing architectures, to the version 3.0. With years of iteration and development, NeuSAR has been used widely and deployed in such application scenarios as traditional ECU, domain controller, central computing unit and vehicle cloud integration, providing AUTOSAR standard-compliant products and services like aCore, cCore, middleware, and tool chain, for autonomous driving, intelligent connection, vehicle domain, EV power domain and other fields.

In August 2021, Neusoft Reach rolled out two standardized domain control products: driving and parking integrated domain controller for autonomous driving, and universal vehicle domain controller. At the software layer, the two products are SOA-based software architectures with preset standardized basic software and middleware for autonomous driving, and standard configuration of Neusoft Reach’s self-developed AUTOSAR-compliant basic software products—NeuSAR and related development tools, based on which developers can develop upper layer applications and iterate functions rapidly.

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In the fast disruption in the intelligent vehicle industry, basic software providers need to partner closely with automakers to satisfy the changing needs of the upper-layer applications for the underlying software. Neusoft Reach hopes to be a participant in framework construction and a provider of key components and services (e.g., standard AUTOSAR components and middleware on AUTOSAR basic software) in the development of the industry, and help automakers build their own iterable software systems by catering to their application development needs, so as to speed up the evolution of the automotive industry to an intelligent one.

? Huawei
Huawei’s self-developed AUTOSAR-based architectures are autonomous and controllable, delivering high matching rate, high integration and high degree of freedom. Based on its deep understanding of AUTOSAR, Huawei introduced its self-developed VOS architecture that supports the evolution from the international AUTOSAR specifications to Chinese vehicle specifications.

Based on AUTOSAR AP architecture, Huawei is working to make its vehicle products deploy and upgrade applications just as a smartphone. Moreover, it is easier for different Tier-1 suppliers to integrate and upgrade on a single multi-core controller. They are also allowed to independently develop power domain, chassis domain, body domain and entertainment domain and eventually realize more efficient integration. 

The AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Report, 2021 highlights the following:
20120114.gifAUTOSAR (basic concept, classification, industry standards, competitive pattern, etc.);
20120114.gifThe role of AUTOSAR in the evolution of EE architectures, the impact of AUTOSAR on vehicle networks, the development roadmap of AUTOSAR Adaptive, etc.;
20120114.gifAUTOSAR application (OTA, ADAS, intelligent cockpit, vehicle control, SOA, etc.);
20120114.gifForeign and Chinese AUTOSAR companies (product lines, new business orientations, etc.).

1 Introduction to AUTOSAR
1.1 Overview of AUTOSAR
1.1.1 Introduction to Background and Purposes of AUTOSAR (1)
1.1.2 Introduction to Background and Purposes of AUTOSAR (2)
1.1.3 AUTOSAR Architecture
1.1.4 AUTOSAR Interfaces
1.1.5 AUTOSAR Basic Software Layer (1)
1.1.6 AUTOSAR Basic Software Layer (2)
1.1.7 AUTOSAR Packages Basic Software Which Can Be Called by Upper-layer Applications through Standardized Interfaces
1.1.8 AUTOSAR Development Flow (1)
1.1.9 AUTOSAR Development Flow (2)

1.2 Classification of AUTOSAR 
1.2.1 Types of AUTOSAR
1.2.2 Comparison between AUTOSAR Classic Platform (CP) and AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform (AP) (1)
1.2.3 Comparison between AUTOSAR Classic Platform (CP) and AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform (AP) (2) 
1.2.4 Evolution of AUTOSAR Classic (CP)/AUTOSAR Adaptive (AP)
1.2.5 Execution Mode of AUTOSAR Classic (CP)/AUTOSAR Adaptive (AP) 
1.3 AUTOSAR Adaptive
1.3.1 Architecture (1)
1.3.2 Architecture (2)
1.3.3 AUTOSAR Runtime for Adaptive (ARA)
1.3.4 Three Pillars
1.3.5 Methodology
1.3.6 AUTOSAR Adaptive Supports Address Space Virtualization
1.3.7 Boot Sequence
1.3.8 Development Flow
1.3.9 Tasks Undertaken by Providers in the Development Process
1.3.10 Tool Chain Business Models
1.4 AUTOSAR Partnership
1.4.1 Introduction 
1.4.2 Organizational Structure
1.4.3 Working Groups
1.4.4 Groups, Boards and Task Forces
1.4.5 Members
1.4.6 Premium Partners of AUTOSAR China
1.4.7 Based on AUTOSAR Architecture, the Automotive Software Ecosystem Member Organization of China (AUTOSEMO) Was Established
1.5 AUTOSAR Standards Construction
1.5.1 AUTOSAR Standards
1.5.2 Standard Roadmap of AUTOSEMO
1.5.3 Key Achievements of AUTOSEMO
1.5.4 Standard Work of AUTOSEMO
1.5.5 Ecosystem Building Plan of AUTOSEMO
1.6 AUTOSAR Market Pattern
1.6.1 Major AUTOSAR Tool Providers
1.6.2 Status Quo and Pattern of AUTOSAR Inside and Outside China (Software Platform, Basic Software)
1.6.3 Product Layout of Chinese Providers in AUTOSAR (1) 
1.6.4 Product Layout of Chinese Providers in AUTOSAR (2) 
1.6.5 Progress of Chinese Providers in AUTOSAR Business  
1.6.6 Software Providers Gain More Competitive Edges through Investments and Mergers & Acquisitions 
1.6.7 Software Providers and Automakers Reshape Cooperation Models 

2 AUTOSAR Adaptive Architecture and Development Roadmap
2.1 Impact of E/E Architecture Evolution on AUTOSAR
2.1.1 Application of AUTOSAR in E/E Architecture (1)
2.1.2 Application of AUTOSAR in E/E Architecture (2)
2.1.3 Application of AUTOSAR in E/E Architecture (3)
2.1.4 AUTOSAR Adaptive is an Indispensable Key Element to Centralized Architecture (1) 
2.1.5 AUTOSAR Adaptive is an Indispensable Key Element to Centralized Architecture (2)
2.1.6 Central Computing Unit Based on AUTOSAR Adaptive (1)
2.1.7 Central Computing Unit Based on AUTOSAR Adaptive (2) 
2.1.8 Upgrade of Automotive Software Architecture to AUTOSAR Adaptive
2.1.9 Upgrade of Domain Controller Software Architecture to AUTOSAR Adaptive (1) 
2.1.10 Upgrade of Domain Controller Software Architecture to AUTOSAR Adaptive (2) 
2.1.11 Trends of AUTOSAR Application in OEM E/E Architecture
2.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive is Service Oriented Architecture
2.2.1 The Development of SOA Promotes the Application of AUTOSAR Adaptive 
2.2.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive Follows the Concept of "Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)" (1)
2.2.3 AUTOSAR Adaptive Follows the Concept of "Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)" (2) 
2.2.4 AUTOSAR Adaptive Uses Service-oriented Inter-process Communication (1)
2.2.5 AUTOSAR Adaptive Uses Service-oriented Inter-process Communication (2) 
2.3 Development Roadmap of AUTOSAR Adaptive
2.3.1 Challenges for Suppliers to Develop AUTOSAR Adaptive
2.3.2 Features to Be Added in AUTOSAR Adaptive in the Future
2.3.3 Technology Evolution Roadmap of AUTOSAR Adaptive
2.3.4 Development Plan for AUTOSAR Adaptive
2.4 AUTOSAR Promotes the Application of Automotive Ethernet
2.4.1 AUTOSAR Favors Wider Adoption of Ethernet in Vehicle Architecture
2.4.2 AUTOSAR Classic ECU Communication (1)
2.4.3 AUTOSAR Classic ECU Communication (2)
2.4.4 AUTOSAR Adaptive and Ethernet Communication (SOME/IP) Protocols

3 Application Cases of AUTOSAR Adaptive
3.1 Overview
3.1.1 AUTOSAR-based Layered Structure for ICV 
3.1.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive Application
3.1.3 AUTOSAR Adaptive Application Scenarios
3.1.4 Progress of OEMs in Mass Production of AUTOSAR-based Software Platforms
3.1.5 Progress of Software Providers in Mass Production of AUTOSAR-based Software Platforms 
3.1.6 Volkswagen's AUTOSAR Adaptive-based Universal Software Architecture (1)
3.1.7 Volkswagen's AUTOSAR Adaptive-based Universal Software Architecture (2) 
3.1.8 Toyota Zonal Architecture Uses AUTOSAR-based SOA 
3.1.9 Application of AUTOSAR in Visteon E/E Architecture
3.2 Application of AUTOSAR in OTA
3.2.1 OTA Update Flow 
3.2.2 Standardized Functions Via OTA Updates
3.2.3 Advantages of AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform OTA  
3.2.4 UCM Specially Designed by AUTOSAR Adaptive for OTA (1)
3.2.5 UCM Specially Designed by AUTOSAR Adaptive for OTA (2)
3.2.6 UCM Specially Designed by AUTOSAR Adaptive for OTA (3)
3.2.7 UCM Specially Designed by AUTOSAR Adaptive for OTA (4) 
3.2.8 OTA Protection Mechanism in AUTOSAR Adaptive 
3.2.9 "Vehicle Computer Network OTA Demonstration System" Developed by AUTOSAR User Group China
3.2.10 Neusoft Reach’s NeuSAR aCore for OTA
3.3 Application of AUTOSAR in ADAS
3.3.1 Impact of AUTOSAR on Autonomous Driving Characteristics
3.3.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive Promotes the Development of ADAS
3.3.3 AUTOSAR-based ADAS ECU Solutions 
3.3.4 Foreign Companies Use AUTOSAR to Deploy ADAS/AD Domain Controllers
3.3.5 Chinese Companies Use AUTOSAR to Deploy ADAS/AD Domain Controllers
3.3.6 OEM's Mass Production of Models with ADAS/AD Domain Controllers Based on AUTOSAR Platform
3.3.7 Aptiv’s AUTOSAR Standard-compliant ADAS Platform 
3.3.8 Desay SV’s Autonomous Driving Domain Controller IPU03 Is Based on AUTOSAR with Safety Components
3.3.9 Neusoft Reach’s AUTOSAR-based Autonomous Driving Domain Controllers
3.4 Application of AUTOSAR in Cockpit
3.4.1 Requirements of Intelligent Cockpit for AUTOSAR in E/E Architecture Evolution
3.4.2 Requirements of Intelligent Cockpit Functions for AUTOSAR Adaptive
3.4.3 Application of AUTOSAR in Cockpit Domain Controllers of Chinese Suppliers (1)
3.4.4 Application of AUTOSAR in Cockpit Domain Controllers of Chinese Suppliers (2) 
3.4.5 Bosch’s Cockpit Fusion and Domain Control Products Use AUTOSAR
3.4.6 Volkswagen’s Cockpit Domain Controller Uses AUTOSAR
3.4.7 Nobe Technology's Cockpit Domain Controller Uses AUTOSAR
3.4.8 Wingtech Technology’s Intelligent Cockpit Domain Controller Integrates AUTOSAR 
3.5 Application of AUTOSAR in Vehicle Control
3.5.1 Requirements of Autonomous Driving Vehicle Control Functions for AUTOSAR 
3.5.2 AUTOSAR Solution for AERI New Energy Vehicle Control Unit (VCU) 
3.5.3 Vehicle General Domain Controller Developed by Neusoft Reach Based on AUTOSAR
3.5.4 AUTOSAR in ENOVATE E/E Architecture
3.5.5 AUTOSAR in Volkswagen Body Control Domain 
3.6 Application of AUTOSAR in SOA 
3.6.1 SOA Basic Software Architecture
3.6.2 Features of SOA Software Architecture
3.6.3 SOA Architecture Design for Central Computing EEA Adopts AUTOSAR Framework Software 
3.6.4 Challenges and Strategies of SOA Development and Application Models
3.6.5 Deployment of AUTOSAR-based SOA Automotive Software on Domain Controllers
3.6.6 Summary of Progresses of OEMs and Tier1s in SOA Software Platforms (1)
3.6.7 Summary of Progresses of OEMs and Tier1s in SOA Software Platforms (2)

4 Foreign AUTOSAR Software Companies 
4.1 Wind River
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive Software Platform
4.1.3 AUTOSAR Adaptive Software Platform Structure
4.1.4 AUTOSAR Business Trends
4.2 Elektrobit
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 AUTOSAR Adaptive–based Solutions 
4.2.3 HPC Software Architecture
4.2.4 AUTOSAR Adaptive Product Lines
4.2.5 EB tresos
4.2.6 EB tresos Studio
4.2.7 EB xelor Software Platform for Next Generation Vehicle Electronic Architectures
4.2.8 Application: Hardware Platform Based on EB tresos
4.2.9 Application: Major Customers and Partners
4.3 Vector
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 AUTOSAR Solution—MICROSAR
4.3.3 Features of AUTOSAR Solution 
4.3.4 Adaptive MICROSAR Architecture
4.3.5 Advantages of Adaptive MICROSAR
4.3.6 AUTOSAR Classic Functional Safety Solution
4.3.7 AUTOSAR Adaptive Functional Safety Solution 
4.3.8 Tool Chain for ECU Development
4.3.9 Adaptive MICROSAR Product Lines 
4.4 ETAS
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 AUTOSAR Solutions (1)
4.4.3 AUTOSAR Solutions (2)
4.4.4 AUTOSAR Solutions (3)
4.4.5 AUTOSAR Tool Chain
4.5 KPIT
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 AUTOSAR Software Tool Products (1)
4.5.3 AUTOSAR Software Tool Products (2)
4.5.4 AUTOSAR Software Tool Product: K-SAR Editor
4.6 Tata Elxsi
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 AUTOSAR Products: AUTOSAR Classic
4.6.3 AUTOSAR Products: AUTOSAR Adaptive
4.6.4 AUTOSAR Compliant Configuration Tool: eZyconfig
4.6.5 AUTOSAR Services 
4.6.6 Tata Elxsi and Green Hills Introduced the Latest AUTOSAR Compliant Platforms
4.6.7 Cases: AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic Co-existence
4.6.8 Cases: AUTOSAR-based Cockpit Architecture 
4.6.9 AUTOSAR Development 
4.7 Autron
4.7.1 AUTOSAR Products (1)
4.7.2 AUTOSAR Products (2)
4.7.3 Related Dynamics
4.8 Mentor Graphics
4.8.1 Profile
4.8.2 AUTOSAR Products: Capital VSTAR
4.8.3 AUTOSAR Products: Capital VSTAR Embedded Software
4.8.4 AUTOSAR Products: Capital VSTAR MCAL
4.8.5 AUTOSAR Products: Capital VSTAR Tools
4.8.6 AUTOSAR Products: Capital VSTAR Virtualizer
4.8.7 Siemens Capital E/E System
4.8.8 Major Events
4.9 Apex.AI
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 Main Product: Apex.Middleware

5 Chinese AUTOSAR Companies 
5.1 Neusoft Reach
5.1.1 Profile
5.1.2 Basic Automotive Software Platform: NeuSAR 
5.1.3 Neusoft Reach Participated in Promoting the Construction of Automotive Software Ecosystem Member Organization of China (AUTOSEMO) 
5.1.4 NeuSAR aCore Architecture
5.1.5 NeuSAR cCore Architecture
5.1.6 AUTOSAR Software Tool Products
5.1.7 SOA-oriented Software Framework
5.1.8 AUTOSAR-based Standardized Domain Controllers 
5.2 Huawei
5.2.1 Tasks Undertaken in AUTOSAR 
5.2.2 Self-developed AUTOSAR
5.2.3 Self-developed AUTOSAR CP and AP Architectures
5.2.4 Self-developed Operating Systems
5.2.5 AOS Architecture
5.2.6 VOS Architecture
5.2.7 Vehicle Basic Software and SOA Service Framework
5.2.8 MDC Autonomous Driving Computing Platform Uses AUTOSAR
5.2.9 Huawei MDC and Huanyu Zhixing Jointly Released Minibus Solution
5.3 iSoft Infrastructure Software
5.3.1 Profile
5.3.2 AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Products and Technical Services (1)
5.3.3 AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Products and Technical Services (2)
5.3.4 AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Products and Technical Services (3)
5.3.5 AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Products and Technical Services (4)
5.3.6 AUTOSAR Basic Software Platform Products and Technical Services (5)
5.3.7 Major Customers and Cooperation Dynamics 
5.4 Jingwei HiRain 
5.4.1 Profile
5.4.2 AUTOSAR Solutions
5.4.3 AUTOSAR Solutions: Embedded Standard Software
5.4.4 AUTOSAR Solutions: AUTOSAR Tool Chain
5.4.5 AUTOSAR Solutions: INTEWORK-EAS-CP
5.4.6 AUTOSAR Solutions: INTEWORK-EAS-AP
5.4.7 AP Pre-research Application Practices
5.4.8 AP Development Plan
5.4.9 AP Application Cases
5.5 HingeTech
5.5.1 Profile
5.5.2 AUTOSAR Solution: AUTOSAR Adaptive Solution
5.5.3 AUTOSAR Application Practice: Smart Antenna
5.6 Hangzhou SMR Technology
5.6.1 Profile
5.6.2 AUTOSAR Solutions
5.6.3 SmartSAR Studio Products
5.7 NOVAUTO
5.7.1 Profile
5.7.2 AUTOSAR Software Solutions
5.7.3 Partners
5.8 UAES 
5.8.1 SOA Software Development
5.8.2 AUTOSAR-based Open Software Platform (1)
5.8.3 AUTOSAR-based Open Software Platform (2)
5.9 Others
5.9.1 China Intelligent and Connected Vehicles (Beijing) Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CICV) Led the Funding Round of Automotive Intelligence and Control of China Co., Ltd. (AICC)
5.9.2 DJI’s Self-developed Autonomous Driving Domain Controller Middleware is Compatible with AUTOSAR
5.9.3 Rockchip 
 

Global and China Flying Car Industry Research Report, 2022

ResearchInChina has released “Global and China Flying Car Industry Research Report, 2022". A flying car is a three-dimensional vehicle. Broadly speaking, it is a low-altitude intelligent autonomous t...

Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report, 2022

Passenger car T-BOX research: T-Box OEM installation rate will reach 83.5% in China in 2025 ResearchInChina has published Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report 2022 to summarize and ana...

Global and China Purpose Built Vehicle (PBV) and Robocar Report, 2022

PBV and Robocar research: new idea of building brick cars, a new car type for future mobility Building brick cars moves the cheese of traditional OEMs. Purpose built vehicle (PBV) refers to special ...

China Automotive Voice Industry Report, 2021-2022

Automotive voice market: The boom of self-research by OEMs will promote reform in the supply mode Before the advent of fully automated driving, the user focus on driving, and voice interaction is sti...

Global and China Automotive Emergency Call (eCall) System Market Report, 2022

Automotive eCall system: wait for the release of policies empowering intelligent connected vehicle safetyAt the Two Sessions held in March 2022, more than 10 deputies to the National People's Congress...

Global and China Leading Tier1 Suppliers’ Intelligent Cockpit Business Research Report, 2022 (II)

Tier1 Intelligent Cockpit Research: The mass production of innovative cockpits gathers pace, and penetration of new technologies is on a rapid riseGlobal OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are racing for the i...

Global and China Leading Tier1 Suppliers’ Intelligent Cockpit Business Research Report, 2022 (I)

Tier1 Intelligent Cockpit Research: The mass production of innovative cockpits gathers pace, and penetration of new technologies is on a rapid riseGlobal OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are racing for the i...

China Commercial Vehicle Intelligent Cockpit Industry Report 2021

Research on Intelligent Cockpits of Commercial Vehicles: Heading for Large Screens, Voice Interaction, Entertainment and Life Following AD/ADAS functions, the intelligent configuration of the cockpit...

Automotive Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Industry Report, 2022

UWB got initially utilized in the military field, and began to be commercially applied after the release of criteria for UWB commercialization in 2002. In 2019, Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) liste...

China Automotive Distribution and Aftermarket Industry Report, 2022-2027

Since the introduction of 4S store model into China at the end of 20th century, China's authorized dealer system has gradually developed from a single-store-based mode to a group-based mode, and from ...

Global and China Skateboard Chassis Industry Report, 2021-2022

Research into skateboard chassis: where to sell, how to sell and to whom it is sold Rivian, a new carmaker based on skateboard chassis, is quite popular in the market and becomes the focus of the aut...

Emerging Automakers Strategy Research Report, 2022--NIO

Research on emerging carmaking strategies: no new cars in 2021, 3 new cars in 2022, can NIO make its renaissance? The delivery of ET7 is imminent, and the sluggish sales situation is expected to fade...

Automotive and 5G Industry Integration Development Report, 2022

Research on integration of vehicle and 5G: OEMs rush into mass production of 5G models whose sales may reach 3.68 million units in 2025 By the end of 2021, China had built and opened in excess of 1.3...

China Automotive Finance Industry Report, 2022-2030

Auto finance is lucrative with the highest profit margin in the international automobile industry chain, contributing to roughly 23% of the global automobile industry profits. Yet, auto finance only h...

Global and China Power Battery Management System (BMS) Industry Report, 2022-2026

1. Robust demand from new energy vehicle spurs BMS market to boom New energy vehicle sales have been growing rapidly worldwide over the recent years, reaching 6.5 million units with a year-on-year up...

ADAS/AD Chip Industry Research Report, 2022

Autonomous driving chip research: In addition to computing power, core IP, software stacks, AI training platforms, etc. are becoming more and more importantL2.5 and L2.9 have achieved mass production ...

Automotive Sensor Chip Industry Research Report, 2022

Sensor Chip Research: Automotive Sensors Have Entered a Technology Iteration Cycle, and Opportunities for Localization of Chips Are Coming Automotive sensor chips can obtain external environment ...

Automotive Cloud Service Platform Industry Report, 2021-2022

Research on Automotive Cloud Services: Based on 5ABCD, cloud services run through the R&D, production, sale, management and services of automakersWith the development of intelligent connectivity, ...

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