A paper written by exida Germany engineers Piotr Serwa and Piotr Tański along with Jan Babst of Elektrobit Automotive GmbH entitled Driving Into the Future With Modern C++: A Look at Adaptive Autosar will be presented on September 27, 2017 at the CppCon (C++ Conference) in Bellevue, WA.
Software development of automotive control units has long been in the hands of hardcore C developers. With the increasing need for high-performing, multi-core processors and for applications that can be updated over the Internet, this has changed.
The recently released Adaptive AUTOSAR standard fully embraces C++11/14 as its language of choice. This leverages new opportunities for AUTOSAR applications, but also poses new challenges to ensure functional safety and to train developers.
You will get a look at some Adaptive AUTOSAR APIs and at the AUTOSAR “Guidelines for the use of the C++14 language in critical and safety-related systems” and see how they fit into the bigger picture.