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    2010

    • Till Steinbach, Franz Korf, and Thomas C. Schmidt. Comparing Time-Triggered Ethernet with FlexRay: An Evaluation of Competing Approaches to Real-time for In-Vehicle Networks. In: 8th IEEE Intern. Workshop on Factory Communication Systems. Pages 199—202, Piscataway, NJ, USA, May. 2010, IEEE Press,
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      FlexRay is considered the next generation state-of-the-art technology for in-car networks, while time-triggered Ethernet emerges with the promise to integrate real-time and best-effort traffic into one homogeneous backbone. This paper contributes a competitive analysis of FlexRay and time-triggered Ethernet. By showing that it is possible to transfer a fully utilized FlexRay system, to a system based on time-triggered Ethernet, it is demonstrated that time-triggered Ethernet is a suitable replacement of current in-vehicle bus-systems. Further it is shown that a switched system has advantages in bandwidth utilization over a shared bus, when using group communication.

      @InProceedings{   sks-ctefe-10,
        author        = {Till Steinbach AND Franz Korf AND Thomas C. Schmidt},
        title         = {{Comparing Time-Triggered Ethernet with FlexRay: An
                        Evaluation of Competing Approaches to Real-time for
                        In-Vehicle Networks}},
        booktitle     = {8th IEEE Intern. Workshop on Factory Communication
                        Systems},
        location      = {Nancy-France},
        month         = may,
        year          = 2010,
        pages         = {199--202},
        publisher     = {IEEE Press},
        address       = {Piscataway, NJ, USA},
        doi           = {10.1109/WFCS.2010.5548606},
        eprinttype    = {ieeexplore},
        eprint        = {5548606},
        abstract      = {FlexRay is considered the next generation state-of-the-art
                        technology for in-car networks, while time-triggered
                        Ethernet emerges with the promise to integrate real-time
                        and best-effort traffic into one homogeneous backbone. This
                        paper contributes a competitive analysis of FlexRay and
                        time-triggered Ethernet. By showing that it is possible to
                        transfer a fully utilized FlexRay system, to a system based
                        on time-triggered Ethernet, it is demonstrated that
                        time-triggered Ethernet is a suitable replacement of
                        current in-vehicle bus-systems. Further it is shown that a
                        switched system has advantages in bandwidth utilization
                        over a shared bus, when using group communication.},
        langid        = {english}
      }