“Bosch Electrical Electric and Architecture in evolution ”
As the concepts of service-oriented architecture and software-defined vehicles are gradually implemented, each OEM and supplier have their own different understandings. This presentatio will illustrate to you that, In the face of this new and far-reaching change, how did Bosch's architecture department gradually move from a traditional electrical and electronic architecture to a service-oriented architecture to embrace software-defined vehicles. In addition, in the current revolution, how should we focus on the current architecture so that it can expand the service-oriented architecture design while taking into account the traditional architecture. The presentation will also introduce to you the development trend of software-defined vehicles, current solutions and future challenges.
Bio: After graduating from the University of Sheffield with a master's degree in software engineering, he joined Bosch and was responsible for the development of brake system software. After that, he participated in the design and construction of Bosch's latest architecture platform. He has a wealth of software knowledge background and understanding of service-oriented architecture, and is familiar with automobile development processes, brake software development and architecture design methods.