Adaptive offloading for infotainment systems
Ref: CISTER-TR-150801 Publication Date: Jun 2015
Adaptive offloading for infotainment systemsRef: CISTER-TR-150801 Publication Date: Jun 2015
Infotainment applications in vehicles are currently supported both by the in-vehicle platform, as well as by user’s smart devices, such as smartphones and tablets. More and more the user expects that there is a continuous service of applications inside or outside of the vehicle, provided in any of these devices (a simple but common example is hands-free mobile phone calls provided by the vehicle platform). With the increasing complexity of ‘apps’, it is necessary to support increasing levels of Quality of Service (QoS), with varying resource requirements. Users may want to start listening to music in the smartphone, or video in the tablet, being this application transparently ‘moved’ into the vehicle when it is started. This paper presents an adaptable offloading mechanism, following a service-oriented architecture pattern, which takes into account the QoS requirements of the applications being executed when making decisions.
Published in SIGBED Review, ACM, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp 19-23.
Notes: Also presented at 7th Workshop on Adaptive and Reconfigurable Embedded Systems (APRES 2015)