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BS ISO 17356-3:2005 Road vehicles. Open interface for embedded automotive applications OSEK/VDX operating system (OS)

BS ISO 17356-3:2005

Road vehicles. Open interface for embedded automotive applications OSEK/VDX operating system (OS)

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Standard number:BS ISO 17356-3:2005
Pages:74
Released:2006-01-31
ISBN:0 580 47286 8
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 17356-3:2005


This standard BS ISO 17356-3:2005 Road vehicles. Open interface for embedded automotive applications is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 43.040.15 Car informatics. On board computer systems

OSEK/VDX is a joint project of the automotive industry. It aims at an industry standard for an open-ended architecture for distributed control units in vehicles.

This part of ISO 17356 describes the concept of a real-time operating system, capable of multitasking, which can be used for motor vehicles. It is not a product description which relates to a specific implementation. It also specifies the operating system Application Program Interface (API).

General conventions, explanations of terms and abbreviations have been compiled in ISO 17356-1. ISO 17356-6 describes implementation and system generation aspects.

The specification of the OS represents a uniform environment which supports efficient utilization of resources for automotive control unit application software. The OS is a single processor operating system meant for distributed embedded control units.