Lightweight Virtualization as Enabling Technology for Future Smart Cars

Abstract : Modern vehicles are equipped with several interconnected sensors on board for monitoring and diagnosis purposes; their availability is a main driver for the development of novel applications in the smart vehicle domain. In this paper, we propose a Docker-based container platform as a virtualization solution to implement customized smart car applications. Through a proof-of-concept prototype—developed on a Raspberry Pi3 board—we show that a container-based virtualization approach is not only viable but also effective and flexible to manage several parallel processes running on board. More specifically, the platform can take priority-based decisions by handling multiple inputs, e.g., data from the CANbus based on the OBD II codes, video from the on-board webcam, and so on. Results are promising for the development of in-vehicle virtualization techniques in future vehicles.
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International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM), May 2017, Lisbonne, Portugal
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Roberto Morabito, Riccardo Petrolo, Valeria Loscri, Nathalie Mitton, Giuseppe Ruggeri, et al.. Lightweight Virtualization as Enabling Technology for Future Smart Cars. International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM), May 2017, Lisbonne, Portugal. 〈hal-01482721〉

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