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Peer Reviewed Article

Vol. 3 (2018)

Fault Tolerance and Reliability in AUTOSAR Stack Development: Redundancy and Error Handling Strategies



With an emphasis on redundancy and error handling techniques, this study examines fault tolerance and reliability tactics within the AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) stack development framework. The primary goals of the research are to investigate different methods for improving fault tolerance and reliability in AUTOSAR-based automotive systems, evaluate the efficacy of these methods through case studies and real-world applications, and examine the policy implications and implementation constraints. The study's approach comprises a thorough analysis of prior research, case studies, and real-world applications in automotive software engineering. The main conclusions emphasize the importance of redundancy and error-handling systems in reducing the effects of malfunctions and failures, the opportunities and difficulties involved in putting them into practice, and the policy ramifications for those involved in the automotive industry. Policy implications include resolving issues with complexity and expense, encouraging regulatory compliance and standardization, improving data security and privacy protection, and funding the education and training of automotive engineers. This work advances our knowledge of fault tolerance and dependability in constructing AUTOSAR stacks and offers valuable information to legislators, automakers, suppliers, and developers.


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