KPIT experts discuss their approach to PEM fuel cell stack and balance of plant (BoP) development for commercial vehicle applications.
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KPIT’s Santhana Raj discusses critical software approaches, architectures, and solutions for the new age of radars in autonomous vehicles.
KPIT’s Stefan Zeppetzauer and Amit Shah present a comprehensive approach to electro-mechanical diagnostics coupled with the diagnostics of software running on HPCs within the software-defined vehicle.
KPIT experts explain how 48V electrification allows for the application of multiple powertrain technologies to meet upcoming GHG regulations.
KPIT’s Tanmay Agrawal explains how to address electric vehicle engineering challenges by adopting an integrated model-based systems approach.
KPIT experts explain how to overcome vehicle diagnostics challenges with an integrated development framework powered by a centralized data management system.
KPIT’s Rohit Jain discusses the critical considerations and approach for building a robust system for automated driving through a system engineering methodology.
KPIT experts explain how automotive OEMs can employ a system engineering-based approach to optimize their xEV powertrain strategy and shorten the overall development cycle.
KPIT’s Naveen Manuel explains how OEMs can improve EV performance by leveraging an optimized battery pack with the appropriate cell chemistry.
KPIT’s Anders Kallerdahl and Narayan Kamath present the latest concepts for both adaptive and classic AUTOSAR.
KPIT’s Sandeep Agarwal and Ashish Lodhi explain how OEMs can focus on new technologies by migrating the software maintenance of legacy powertrain products.
KPIT’s Omkar Panse present a new modularized SOA that consolidates the vast number of ECUs to enable the development of intelligent, networked vehicles.
Experts from SOMIT Solutions and KPIT discuss an AI-based diagnostics solution, which seamlessly integrates root-cause diagnosis with the corresponding repair/service information.
Experts from AWS and KPIT explain how cloud services are changing the evolving automotive industry and how KPIT is rethinking its diagnostic engineering platform in this context.
A KPIT subject matter expert outlines the essence of future-proofed validation solutions and the criticality of automating the verification and validation process.
KPIT’s Claus Hell presents the ‘as-is’ diagnostics development processes followed by OEMs and share recommendations to drive overall productivity and bottom-line improvements through process re-engineering, optimization and automation.
Experts from Harman and KPIT share their views on the challenges faced in supporting future architectures and outline a potential OTA solution for tomorrow’s vehicles.
Panasonic’s Andreas Kratschmann explains how Panasonic and KPIT created an End-2-End solution to serve all diagnostic requirements.
KPIT’s Stefan Zeppetzauer provides insight into how the company’s next-generation diagnostic solutions help accelerate the implementation of trendsetting technologies within the automotive domain.
Experts from KPIT share their rich expertise in aftersales diagnostic and repair solutions and introduce a next-generation platform that can meet modern demands.
KPIT’s Omkar Panse outlines how automakers can take advantage of the revenue growth opportunities offered by data-driven services.
KPIT’s Sandeep Jadhav provides unique insight into trends in HMI cockpit ECUs that are impacting and limiting automated validation.
KPIT subject matter expert Anders Kallerdahl explains how to design and configure a system where Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR co-exist.
In this free, 60-minute webinar, KPIT’s Sophia Suo, Geetha Srinivasan and Kumara Vardhan Kolli discuss a platform-led approach for software integration, which can result in seamless integration, improved validation and productivity, and reduced costs over the program lifecycle.
KPIT’s Dr Manaswini Rath discusses how to achieve validation coverage in virtual simulation for ADAS and AD features.