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  1. Fully Networked Car and Climate Change Outstanding innovation in Automotive Networking Marc Osajda Global Automotive Strategy Manager Freescale Semiconductor

  2. Automotive Megatrends

  3. 80 7.50 7.00 70 Fuel consumption [l/100km] Engine power [kW] 6.50 60 6.00 50 5.50 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Engine power Fuel consumption What Electronic help achieved Average Vehicle Power +38% Enabling EURO 6 and beyond CO2 reduction by 15%* Stop & Go, Hybrid Diesel Fuel consumption reduction by 15% Battery Technology In spite of 19% increase in vehicle weight …

  4. Emission Reduction Focus Area Integrated Central Body/Gateway Energy Efficiency • Powertrain Electrification • Efficient IC Engine Control • Power on demandElectric driven auxiliaries Electric Park Brake Internal Combustion EnginePowertrain electrification(HEV, EV) FlexRay™, CAN , LIN, MOST… Fuel Pump Weight Reduction • Electrification of the car • In-Vehicle Networking • Greater Integration Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) Airbag Control with ESP Sensor Cluster Starter/Alternator Electric Power Steering

  5. Holistic Approach to Energy Efficient Products • Process Technology • Packaging • Circuit and Module Design • Component Design • Platform Design • System and Application Software • Tools and Modeling

  6. Networking Multicore Automotive Multicore Why Multicore in Embedded Applications Frequency scaling of CPU cores no longer valid due to power constraints Multicore processors viewed as most viable approach to achieve required performance gains within power budgets 1xCPU 1xCPU Device Hot Device Hot - - spot spot Power Limit Power Limit Pd = CV2F Power Power nxCPU nxCPU Performance Requirement Performance Requirement New Challenge Ahead : Software for Multicore Processors

  7. Immobilizer RKE and TPMS Rx Amplifier Video Video Instrument Cluster Radio Nav Display Video Seat Modules Motors Motors Body Controller / Gateway Engine Management GlowPlug Motors Motors Alarm Airbag Motors Steering Column Cooling Fan Rear Module OccupantClassification Rain Sensor HVAC Chassis Management Flaps Fuel Pump Flaps Sunroof Flaps Driver Seat Belt Pretensioner Motors Flaps Flaps Motors Flaps SJB Lighting L Power Steering Motors Transmission Door Module Pass. Seat Belt Pretensioner Motors 4x4 Lighting R Motors Active Steering Motors Motors Door Module Motors Temp Blind Spot Detection Suspension Motors Sensor Cluster Suspension Motors Rear Lighting Suspension Motors Wipers Anti-lockBraking Suspension Battery Management Park Assist Adaptive Cruise Control In-Vehicle Networking complexity NOX Blower 1996 Typical Vehicle: 6 ECUs 2008 High-End Vehicle: > 70 ECUs

  8. In-Vehicle Networking Evolution • Current Situtation • Heterogenous networking local and prorietary structrures • Up to 80 different ECUs • Market Trends • More Bandwidth Required • More Embedded computing power required • Green Trend, reduce power consumption • Tommorow’s in vehicle networking • Domain Controller interconnected via a central gateway • Reduced number of ECUs, increase functionnality and computing power per domain controller ECU • Intelligent satellite modules Source: BMW, Ludwigsburg 2008 The gateway module is the central point of convergence of all networks & dataflow in the vehicle 8 8

  9. Automotive Gateways – Enabling ITS Next Gen Gateway 2.0 will enable ITS Highway to data Gateway 1.0 • Embedded Computing engine • Dual-core Power Architecture®250+ DMIPS, 2MB Flash • Enabling Ethernet for automotive

  10. Wireless in and around the car • Within and around the cabin • ISM, Bluetooth®, ZigBee™, Wi-Fi®, NFC/RFID, UWB • From the garage to home or e-commerce kiosk • Wi-Fi/802.11.P, potentially Bluetooth 3.0, DSRC, UWB • From the automobile to roadside infrastructure • Wi-Fi/802.11.P, ZigBee, DSRC • From the automobile to the rest of the world • Cellular, Wi-Fi/802.11.P and WiMAX Open Connectivity to the external world

  11. Summary • Electronic is imperative to balance increasing individual transportation and reducing emissions and casualties • Connection of in-vehicle network to ITS infrastructure via the next-gen gateway will enable the deployement of EV fleets High EmbeddedComputingPower Deterministic Multiplexed networking Gateway to the external world

  12. TM Fully Networked Car and Climate Change Thank youfor you attention