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Tenth International Network Conference (INC 2014)

Tenth International Network Conference (INC 2014)
Plymouth, UK, July 8-10, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-84102-373-1

Title: A M2M-based Automotive Service Delivery Platform for Distributed Vehicular Applications
Author(s): Markus Glaab, Woldemar Fuhrmann, Joachim Wietzke, Bogdan V. Ghita
Reference: pp35-45
Keywords: Machine-to-Machine Communication, Automotive Software Engineering, Resource-Oriented Architecture, Service Delivery Platform, Data Opaqueness
Abstract: Modern vehicles are connected with the Internet through a range of wireless cellular network technologies. This provides the basis for many novel applications and use-cases towards intel-ligent vehicles, offering enhanced vehicle safety, traffic management, and driver and passen-ger convenience capabilities. The connectivity further enables new distributed software archi-tectures that can provide solutions to existing challenges in the field of automotive software engineering. This paper introduces the approach of an Automotive Service Delivery Platform, based on the Machine-to-Machine Communication Service Architecture. Experiences and findings are presented, gained by implementing core elements of the proposed architecture prototypically. This implementation makes apparent the range and capabilities of current Machine-to-Machine Service Architecture and describes remaining challenges to facilitate efficient distributed automotive services.
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