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1 Cost Contributors Bill of Material (BOM) of V2X solution is composed from modem (RFIC + baseband) + CPU + security (verification + signing). Other functions, like positioning, are needed in the system but can be shared with other ECUs. Development costs involve hardware design costs, licensing costs (if required) and software customization costs to the specific platform. Further costs are incurred in case the V2X solution is immature or partial. Integration cost involves effort of modifying an existing design to support V2X addition.

The penetration will increase on two conditions: technology is cheap and can be introduced quickly. Following experience gained from several design cycles, Autotalks obtains a deep understanding of optimizing V2X system cost, fitting any vehicle architecture or retrofit device. The presented optimization methods cover pre-integrated software, optimal module partitioning and optimized chipset solution. Examples of addition to several vehicle architectures will be demonstrated. The paper will show that cost-effective V2X solution, added at low-risk and effort, is available now.

The downside is that TCUs are typically not involved in safety critical aspects, and typically using Linux operating system without functional safety certification. 3 Supplier Eco-System V2X is a complex technology. It involves antenna, hardware, security, positioning, software and integration with several components inside the vehicle. OEMs expect the Tier1 to take full-ownership, but it takes time until Tier1 is proficient enough to achieve that, and not always it makes economical sense. For that reason, Tier1s may prefer to delegate full responsibility to its suppliers, in particular for the software part, and not to deal with complex integration of several sub-suppliers.

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