Nebula Connecting the Dots with its future-ready Architectural Solution.​

Nebula Connecting the Dots with its future-ready Architectural Solution. To keep up with ever increasing demands for next generation secure solutions OEMs must make a gear shift from a traditional architecture to new methods of developing software. Nebula is the game changer that can help the OEMs making that transition:

  • Helping OEMs define their next generation architectural platform and making the transition both architecture wise and organization wise
  • Way of handling legacy parts of the traditional systems in the new architecture.
  • Support isolating the underlying hardware dependencies
  • Provides solutions that shorten development cycles with scalable and reusable output without compromising on safety and performance.
​Nebula also provides a state-of-the art service-oriented platform and design studio that can help making the transition even smoother and cost-efficient.

Nebula offers unique Network Management Services for Our Customers.

Network definition and design

The physical topology of a network refers to the actual physical layout of the devices and the cables that connect them. There are several types of physical topologies, including bus, star, ring, mesh, and hybrid.

Software Deployment

The deployment process involves various steps, such as preparing the software for installation, configuring the target system, and installing and configuring the software on the target system.

Communication Basetech Specification

Communication basetech specifications refer to the technical standards and protocols that define how devices and systems communicate with each other over a network.

Diagnostics Communication Design and Specification

Diagnostics communication design and specification refer to the process of defining how diagnostic information is communicated between components of a system or application.

Nebula Offers Different Architectural Services for Our customers. move the services of Network Management under the Architecture page​

Automotive network management refers to the management and control of the various networks and communication systems within a vehicle. As modern vehicles become more connected and technologically advanced, managing the networks that enable communication and data exchange becomes crucial. Here are the key aspects of automotive network management:

  • Network Architecture Design: Designing the network architecture involves determining the structure and interconnections of various networks within the vehicle. This includes the in-vehicle networks such as CAN (Controller Area Network), LIN (Local Interconnect Network), FlexRay, Ethernet, and wireless networks like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
  • Network Configuration and Integration: Configuring and integrating the different networks and communication protocols within the vehicle is essential for seamless connectivity and interoperability. This includes setting up network addresses, protocols, routing, and ensuring proper integration with other vehicle systems.
  • Network Monitoring and Diagnostics: Continuous monitoring of the vehicle's network performance is crucial to identify and resolve issues promptly. Network monitoring tools and diagnostics help detect faults, diagnose network-related problems, and troubleshoot connectivity issues.
  • Security and Data Protection: As vehicles become more connected, ensuring network security and protecting sensitive data becomes paramount. Implementing robust security measures, such as firewalls, encryption, and intrusion detection systems, helps safeguard the vehicle's network from cyber threats and unauthorized access.

  • Over-the-Air Updates: Automotive network management includes the capability to perform over-the-air (OTA) software updates. This enables the remote updating and patching of software systems within the vehicle, including network components, to ensure the latest features, bug fixes, and security enhancements.
  • Network Performance Optimization: Optimizing network performance involves fine-tuning network parameters, managing bandwidth allocation, and optimizing data traffic. This helps improve the efficiency and reliability of network communication, minimizing latency and maximizing data throughput.
  • Compliance and Regulation: Automotive network management must adhere to industry standards and regulations to ensure compatibility and safety. Compliance with protocols such as ISO 26262 (functional safety), ISO 13400 (diagnostics), and Automotive Ethernet standards is crucial.
  • Integration with External Networks: Automotive network management also includes integrating the vehicle's networks with external networks, such as cloud-based services and infrastructure. This enables features like remote diagnostics, telematics, and connected services.