Low-level gateway for automated driving

Master Thesis

Ref.Nr. E_101

Automated vehicles are required to handle highway and urban driving scenarios in a such a way that the availability of the driving function and its safe behavior is ensured. Especially low-level gateways including plausibility tests of data based on an Infineon AURIXTM platform are needed. We search for a student who likes to analyze such safety critical functions and program on µController level.

Your duties and responsibilities:

  • Analysis of the provided AURIXTM features for safety critical driving functions
  • Detection of faults and development of fault recovery strategies
  • Fault-injection and testing

 What we expect from you:

  • Study: computer science, informatics, electrical engineering, telematics or equivalent
  • Knowledge in C/C++, µController programming
  • Electronics skills
  • Ability to work independently, solution competence, responsibility and high motivation

What we offer:

  • Interesting work in an international research center
  • Participation in an engaged, dynamic team
  • Financial remuneration

 

For technical questions, please contact

Stephanie Grubmüller, Dipl.-Ing.

stephanie.grubmueller@v2c2.at,

+43-(0)316-873-9024

 

 

We look forward to your details; Please use our online contact form to send your application to a VIRTUAL VEHICLE.

 

 

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