Fault-tolerant Embedded Platforms

Fraunhofer IKS develops fault-tolerant embedded systems.

Embedded systems cannot be allowed to shut down during interruptions. Instead, they must continue to provide critical functions in a dependable manner. For this reason, the Fraunhofer Institute for Cognitive Systems IKS develops fault-tolerant embedded systems that offer the following advantages:

  • Understandable architecture descriptions for adaptive systems
  • Flexible and adaptive architecture building blocks
  • Less hardware redundancy
  • Platforms that are ASIL-D-compliant
  • Cost-effective development
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Publications

2018 Weiß, Gereon; Schleiß, Philipp; Schneider, Daniel; Trapp, Mario:
Towards integrating undependable self-adaptive systems in safety-critical environments
2017 Schleiß, Philipp; Drabek, Christian; Weiß, Gereon; Bauer, Bernhard:
Generic management of availability in fail-operational automotive systems
2017 Weiß, Gereon; Schleiß, Philipp; Drabek, Christian; Ruiz, Alejandra; Radermacher, Ansgar:
Safe adaptation for reliable and energy-efficient E/E architectures
2016 Weiß, Gereon; Schleiß, Philipp; Drabek, Christian:
Towards flexible and dependable E/E-architectures for future vehicles
2015 Penha, Dulcineia ; Weiß, Gereon ; Stante, Alexander:
Pattern-based approach for designing fail-operational safety-critical embedded systems
2013 Weiß, Gereon ; Grigoleit, Florian ; Struss, Peter:
Context modeling for dynamic configuration of automotive functions
2013 Zeller, Marc; Prehofer, Christian; Krefft, Daniel; Weiß, Gereon:
Towards runtime adaptation in AUTOSAR