The next-generation vehicle operating system needs to further abstract the capabilities of various components of the vehicle, providing an atomic service framework and an overall business framework. Cabin and chassis integration is the foundation for future central computing. Companies like Qualcomm and NVIDIA have introduced integrated cabin and chassis High-Performance Computing (HPC) platforms, further advancing vehicle platformization.
The development of the vehicle operating system and integrated cabin and chassis HPC products aims to create a globally-oriented, industry-standard, neutral, and stable vehicle operating system called maTTrans. This system includes foundational software such as AutoSAR and containerization, a full-stack Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) middleware, protocol stacks like SomeIP, and an efficient and user-friendly development and testing toolchain. This system can adapt to various Electronic and Electrical (EE) architectures, assisting car manufacturers in building customized platforms.