The standardized software framework for intelligent mobility

History

The AUTOSAR partnership is an alliance of OEM manufacturers, Tier 1 automotive suppliers, semiconductor manufactures, software suppliers, tool suppliers and others. Considering the different automotive E/E architectures in the current and future markets, the partnership established a de-facto open industry standard for an automotive software architecture. It will serve as a basic infrastructure for the management of functions within both future applications and standard software modules.

AUTOSAR PROJECT PHASES

March 2017:

  • Development of "exemplary software" for the Adaptive Platform
  • Adaptive Platform Release 2017-03

March 2013:

  • Classic Platform Release 4.1.0, Phase "Stabilization"

September 2013:

  • 10 years AUTOSAR

November 2013:

  • 6th AUTOSAR Open Conference Munich

June 2014:

  • Acceptance Test Release 1.0.0

October 2014:

  • 7th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Detroit
  • Classic Platform Release 4.2.1

July 2015:

  • Classic Platform Release 4.2.2

October 2015:

  • 8th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Tokyo
  • Acceptance Test Release 1.1.0

September 2016:

  • 9th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Gothenburg

October 2016:

  • Classic Platform Release 4.3.0
  • Foundation Release 1.0.0

December 2016:

  • Number of Partners: 191
    • Premium Partners: 27
    • Development Partners: 112
    • Associate Partners: 43
    • Attendees: 9

May 2010:

  • 2nd AUTOSAR Open Conference Tokyo

May 2011:

  • Classic Platform Release 3.2, Phase 3

May 2011: 

  • 3rd AUTOSAR Open Conference Frankfurt

June 2012:

  • 4th AUTOSAR Open Conference Paris

November 2012:

  • 5th AUTOSAR Open Conference Beijing

December 2012:

  • Number of Partners: 170
    • Premium Partners: 23
    • Development Partners: 88
    • Associate Partners: 50
    • Attendees: 9

December 2007:

  • Classic Platform Release 3.0

February 2008:

  • Siemens VDO became part of Continental. Since this, Siemens VDO was no longer a self-contained Core Partner of AUTOSAR.

August 2008:

  • Classic Platform Release 3.1

October 23, 2008:

  • 1st AUTOSAR Open Conference Detroit

December 2009:

  • Classic Platform Release 4.0, Phase 2
  • Number of Partners: 166
    • Premium Partners: 11
    • Development Partners: 88
    • Associate Partners: 58
    • Attendees: 9

September 2003:

  • First official announcement of AUTOSAR on VDI Conference Baden-Baden, presentation of the AUTOSAR goals

November 2003:

  • Ford Motor Company joined as a Core Partner

December 2003:

  • Peugeot Citroën Automobiles S.A. and Toyota Motor Corporation joined as Core Partners

June 2004:

  • Project milestone, Phase 1: Structure and basis specification: AUTOSAR concept and first specification were created and executability was approved

November 2004:

  • General Motors joined as Core Partner

June 2005:

  • Classic Platform Release 1.0

August 2005:

  • Project milestone, Phase 1: Standardization of the SW-Components: AUTOSAR compatibility of selected SW components was approved. First tools and generators were in place.

May 2006:

  • Classic Platform Release 2.0

August 2006:

  • Project milestone, Phase 1: Test and integration process: AUTOSAR specifications were tested and verified on an application.

December 2006:

  • Classic Platform Release 2.1
  • End of development Phase 1
  • Number of Partners: 113
    • Premium Partners: 3
    • Development Partners: 48
    • Associate Partners: 52
    • Attendees: 10

August 2002:

  • Kick-off workshop, team established
  • First roadmap of AUTOSAR Strategy
  • Initial discussions on the common challenge and objectives were held by BMW, Bosch, Continental, DaimlerChrysler and Volkswagen
  • The partners were joined soon afterwards by Siemens VDO

October 2002:

  • Basic partnership defined

May 2003:

  • Project milestone, Phase 1: Initiation of partnership: Project plan created and agreed

July 2003:

  • Today’s architecture of Classic Platform drafted
  • Initial AUTOSAR Development Agreement signed off by the Core Partners