Learn how a highly efficient approach for software partitioning and functionality assignment plays a vital role in delivering a rich automotive solution. Apply design constraints for the functional safety of complex automotive E/E systems. Practical design examples discussed in this session include a system-level framework for partitioned communication introduced into the AUTOSAR ECU systems.
Automotive megatrends of electrification, connectivity, and automation have intensified the necessity for functional safety. Consumer expectations for end-user vehicle functionality have also increased demands on CPU performance.
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Senior Engineering Manager
Dr. Ahmed Majeed Khan is an engineering enthusiast experienced in working with cross-functional groups to push the envelope of technology implemented in diverse automotive and consumer electronic domains. Having a proficiency managing onshore and off-shore development of innovative and disruptive products, he led teams around the globe to produce several high volume, high-quality system-level solutions. Currently, Dr. Khan is a Senior Engineering Manager at Siemens, where he assists in creating a market-leading automotive-grade product portfolio. He is also Siemens’ focal point towards the international automotive software consortium of AUTOSAR. He holds a doctorate in Engineering Management from George Washington University, an MS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University and has over a decade of experience working with embedded systems.