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EE Cars Architecture & Linked ECU: Constraints and New Needs
Keywords: Electrical vehicle, EE architecture, ECU reduction
The embedded EE systems complexity still growing. During this decade, it is even going to accelerate with the deployment of hybrid and Electrical Vehicle. To control the physical EE architecture complexity and ECU cost, the car manufacturers have to: - Augment the functional perimeter of the ECU, - Reduce the ECU number. The aim of this paper is to illustrate needs and system constraints, notably linked to the HV and EV deployment. It will allow to anticipate technological breaks in term of assembly and packaging for the future EE vehicle (5 to 10 years period).
El Khamis Kadiri, Electronic Technologic Strategy
PSA Peugeot-Citroën
Vélizy-Villacoublay 78943,

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