The work of this thesis falls in the field of the embedded real-time computer systems, more precisely the embedded software in the vehicles for the emergent driving assistance systems. The thesis work was supported by the European project (RoadSense) whose objective was the evaluation of the driving assistance systems (ADAS) for the next generations of vehicles. The three principal axes of the thesis are: First, the development of a dynamic reconfigurable middleware called SCOOT-R. Second, the development of end-to-end real-time scheduling strategies in order to schedule SCOOT-R operations with the main goal of end-to-end QoS guarantee. Finally, the development of feedback-based scheduling schemes to schedule driving assistance systems. The adaptation in this scheme is carried out according to the current driving situation and the driver behavior, which will further lead to the change of the associated driving assistance function''s criticalness.