Project information

Project name
877539 ArchitectECA2030
Period
Jul 2020 - Jun 2023
Call
ECSEL-JU 2019
Total Partners
20
Member Partners
12
Website
autoc3rt.automotive.oth-aw.de/
EU Funding
3,84 M Euro

An in-vehicle monitoring device will be able to measure the health status, diagnose faults and detect anomalies in electric, connected and automated vehicles. Bringing together stakeholders from the electronic components and systems (ECS) industry, standardisation and certification bodies as well as test field operators, insurance companies and researchers, the EU-funded ArchitectECA2030 project will design a validation framework that includes harmonised methods and tools for the quantification of residual risks. The goal of the project is to establish robust mission-validated traceable design...

An in-vehicle monitoring device will be able to measure the health status, diagnose faults and detect anomalies in electric, connected and automated vehicles. Bringing together stakeholders from the electronic components and systems (ECS) industry, standardisation and certification bodies as well as test field operators, insurance companies and researchers, the EU-funded ArchitectECA2030 project will design a validation framework that includes harmonised methods and tools for the quantification of residual risks. The goal of the project is to establish robust mission-validated traceable design of ECS, the quantification of an accepted residual risk of ECS for electric vehicles and increased end-user acceptance. The project will ultimately boost the European competitive advantage for zero emissions and eliminate crashes and congestion.

Project leader

Name
Reiner John
Organisation
Infineon Technologies AG
Country
Germany