EndorA - Energy Efficient Design of a future oriented E/E Architecture
Motivation and Targets
These days the automotive industry faces more challenges than ever before. On the one hand side, rising gas prices and expensive penalties for CO2 emission violations force the automotive manufacturers to lower the fuel-consumption and CO2 emission of future car generations. On the other hand, the customers ask for more and more comfort and safety features to be included in their vehicles, which negatively affects the fuel consumption.
The goal of EndorA is to show potential for an integrated and optimized Electric/Electronic (E/E) energy and power management in a modern premium car. An increase in energy efficiency means a decrease in fuel consumption and thus a reduction of CO2 exhaustion.
Approach and Results
In order to achieve a significant reduction in energy consumption, energy considerations have to be integrated into the design process of E/E architectures in an early stage. The novel E/E architecture and optimized power management will be evaluated through a simulation framework and later verified by an implementation on a demonstrator platform.
Cooperation and Partners
The EndorA project is part of the CAR@TUM initiative (Munich Centre of Automotive Research), a cooperation between the TU München and the BMW Group. Our project partners at TU München are the Institute for Energy Conversion Technology (EWT) and the Chair of Operating Systems and System Architectures (I13).
A Modular Design and Optimization Framework for Energy Efficient E/E Architectures. 4th International Conference on Energy Efficient Vehicles (ICEEV 2015), 2015 more… BibTeX
Hardware Test Bench for the Evaluation of E/E-Architectures with Respect to Partitioning of Vehicle Functions and Energy Efficiency. 3rd International Conference on Energy Efficient Vehicles (ICEEV), 2014 more… BibTeX
Automotive E/E Architecture Evaluation by High-level Simulation and Hardware Prototyping. DAC Workshop on System to Silicon Performance Modeling and Analysis, 2014 more… BibTeX
An Automotive Specific MILP Model Targeting Power-Aware Function Partitioning. International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation (SAMOS XIV), 2014Samos, Greece more… BibTeX
Prototypical Platform and Test Bench for Investigating Automotive Energy and Power Management Paradigms. 2nd Conference on Electric & Electronic Systems in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and Electrical Energy Management (EEHE), 2013 more… BibTeX
A Design Space Exploration Framework for Automotive Embedded Systems and their Power Management. 27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS), 2013 more… BibTeX
ITE-Sim: A Simulator and Power Evaluation Framework for Electric/Electronic Architectures. The 8th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, IEEE VPPC, 2012 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
Aspects of Function Partitioning in Respect to Power Management. 2nd International Energy Efficient Vehicles Conference (EEVC), 2012, pp. 25-35 more… BibTeX
Jedes Watt zählt - Intelligentes Energie- und Leistungs-Management für die Autos von morgen. Elektronik Automotive, 2012, pp. 24-28 more… BibTeX
PREcup-1: An Embedded System Platform for Prototyping ECU Power Management. Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), 2012 IEEE, 2012 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI ) Full text (mediaTUM)
Autonomous Load Shutdown Mechanism as a Voltage Stabilization Method in Automotive Power Nets. The 8th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, IEEE VPPC, 2012 more… BibTeX Full text (mediaTUM)
Framework and Model for the Evaluation of Energy Efficiency of Partitioning Alternatives, Elektrik/Elektronik in Hybrid- und Elektrofahrzeugen und elektrisches Energiemanagement. Haus der Technik, 2012, pp. 151-158 more… BibTeX
A Model for Sequence Based Power Management in Cyber Physical Systems. 1st International Conference on ICT as Key Technology for the Fight against Global Warming, ICT-GLOW, 2011, 87-101 more… BibTeX