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Working groups

Explore more about the AUTOSAR working group structure and their tasks, scopes and responsibilities.

AUTOSAR working groups are categorized into Lead Work Package (Lead WP), Work Package (WP), Subgroups and Feature Team (FT).

All activities are assigned to develop and maintain the Classic Platform, Adaptive Platform, Acceptance Test, Application Interfaces and cross standard functions.

Definition of a Lead Work Package

A Lead Work Package leads the development of the AUTOSAR standards Classic Platform, Application Interfaces, and Acceptance Test.

Lead Work Packages are initiated by the Project Leader Team. They have the responsibility to technically supervise WPs and concept groups. This includes the harmonization of technical content and the assignment of concepts to WPs. Lead Work Packages develop the AUTOSAR standards Classic Platform, Application Interfaces, and Acceptance Test.

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Definition of a Work Package

A Work Package develops the Classic Platform and cross standard functions.

The Work Package obtains expert statements. The Work Package members are responsible for documents, the assessment of new concepts, and integration of new concept features. They are regularly reporting to Lead Work Package and PL Team.

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See all Work Packages WP-A (Software Architecture)

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Definition of Subgroups

Subgroups develop the Classic Platform and Application Interfaces.

The subgroups work out Work Package tasks for a dedicated sub-branch of the Work package content. They are responsible for the maintenance of documents and the assessment of concepts. Consequently they integrate new concept features. On demand the Subgroups consult other concept groups in technical issues.

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Definition of Feature Teams

Feature Teams are responsible for the comprehensive development of the Adaptive Platform.

Comprehensive means that the Feature Teams will deal with specifications, implementation and validation of features.

Feature Teams take design decisions self-responsibly.

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