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EASIS - Electronic Architecture and System Engineering for Integrated Safety Systems
The targets to road safety set by European commission transport policy can only be reached by an integrated approach for vehicle safety systems, i.e. the combination of active and passive safety systems over vehicle domains or networks.
From a technical point of view today’s safety systems are mostly stand alone systems with a limited degree of interdependencies. These systems have to be integrated - combined with upcoming enhanced telematics services - into a complete network of so-called Integrated Safety Systems.
For the realization of such Integrated Safety Systems a powerful and highly dependable in-vehicle electronic architecture and an appropriate development support is mandatory. Those elements have to be standardized to achieve an improvement of system quality at shorter development times and lower system costs. The goal of the EASIS project is to define and develop these enabling technologies.
To achieve this a joint effort of a variety of major industrial players in the automotive field is necessary. EASIS integrates some of Europe's leading car manufacturers, suppliers and automotive research institutes to commonly achieve the project goals.
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