DDS and TSN: Where Software and Hardware Meet for Dependable Communication using RTI Connext Drive® ...
Communications within and beyond the car become more complex as vehicles evolve to be software-centric. The number of software components communicating within the vehicle continues to grow –accelerated by new autonomy, electrification, and connectivity requirements. Next-generation vehicle development depends on scalable, reliable, safe, secure, and performant in-vehicle communications. Both Data Distribution Service (DDS) and Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) standards provide the necessary building blocks through an approach combining technologies at the application software and network hardware levels.
Join the session to learn how your automotive system design based on S32G processors can benefit from a standards-based data-centric approach; leveraging the distributed connectivity of DDS while retaining the TSN network-level assurances in reliability, predictability, and flexibility.
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The demo code is not fully open-source and requires NXP Time-Sensitive Networking hardware (S32G, SJA1110, i.MX8). The DDS-TSN integration in the demo relies on the commercial RTI Connext® DDS distribution from Real-Time Innovations. Furthermore, there is also a lot of custom NXP OSes, drivers and firmware software running on the networking nodes. Nevertheless, you can have a look at the open-source Autoware.Auto Autonomous Valet Parking, which can be used in conjunction with the LG SVL simulator.
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I just wanted to point you to an open-source mini-demo we made to illustrate how DDS and TSN can be integrated on GNU/Linux. Check out https://github.com/NXP/dds-tsn.