Automotive electronics supplier will demonstrate automotive cockpit property developed as part of European D3CoS project
Visteon Corporation (NYSE:VC) will present its dynamic distributed cooperative systems model, developed as part of the European D3CoS research project on embedded system development for human machine cooperation systems, at the Apps to Automotive (A2A) industry conference in Stuttgart on June 4.
Funded by the European Union, the objective of D3CoS – an acronym for Designing Dynamic Distributed Cooperative Human-Machine Systems – was to create methods, techniques and tools to reduce the development cycle and costs of human machine cooperation systems in transportation domains.
Visteon led the development of the project’s automotive cockpit demonstrator. Collaborating with the industry partners supplying two cooperative lane-change assistant demonstrators, Visteon developed a distributed in-vehicle infotainment system acting as a distributed cooperative operating system (DCoS) of systems. Visteon also led the work streams for methodology and framework development and contributed automotive integration expertise to multiple cross-domain project teams.
“The D3CoS project was a unique opportunity to work with university researchers and cross-industry teams on how future vehicle architectures and human-machine systems will interact with consumer devices, other vehicles, the infrastructure and the cloud,” said Axel Torschmied, project leader at Visteon Innovation and Design. “Dynamic distributed cooperative systems will be a critical element of future automotive electronic architecture, enabling vehicles to be connected, collaborating and acting intelligently within complex systems.”
Torschmied’s presentation is titled “Distributed Dynamic Cooperative Systems.”