Methodology for Requirements Engineering in Model-Based Projects for Reactive Automotive Software
Paper i proceeding, 2008
With increasing demands on vehicle safety together with the steep growth in software-controlled functions in contemporary vehicles, the demand for a software-focused development model becomes ever more apparent. There are a number of automotive-domain-specific obstacles that prevent development methods from keeping up with the current trends in more traditional software intensive areas. This paper outlines an empirical research project that focuses on introducing relevant concepts from MDSD to the automotive software development process applied at Volvo Car Corporation in order to raise the level of abstraction during software development. The anticipated outcome of this project is a new method for working with model-based software projects with particular focus on non-functional safety requirements.