The challenge of architectural change - To satisfy the demand for improved comfort, safety and of course, to outsell the competition, future vehicles will see more advanced functions integrated into specific ECUs. This increased functional density will lead to a change in the vehicle architecture, where powerful functions are shared across fewer ECUs.
Together with the need for high bandwidth applications, this leads to increased application and data sizes, which will be a challenge in future vehicle network and ECU development.
The challenge of managing connected vehicle security certainly impacts on the functional domain of vehicle diagnostics.
This relationship is direct, through areas like remote diagnostics and Updates-Over- The-Air, as well as indirect through the event chain of complex vehicle functions and hence a possible target for security attacks.
Included in this is the inherent challenge of managing personalized data held in the vehicle according to differing privacy laws in countries around the world.
To help you navigate this complex data landscape, Luxoft supports you with consulting on how to design your diagnostic use cases and processes.