Experts from dlhBOWLES discuss the importance of sensor availability for ADAS features and highly autonomous vehicles.
Elektrobit’s Wolfgang Völkel provides insight into scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) solutions for ADAS ECU validation.
Dr Dennis Kengo Oka of Synopsys discusses how to reduce security risks in CAVs prior to production by following a secure software development approach.
Elektrobit’s Dr Sebastian Ohl showcases a solution using a high-performance ADAS system and a safety ECU running AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic.
Experts from Elektrobit and ANSYS demonstrate how optical simulation and virtual prototyping can help to solve the challenges of HUD design.
OpenSynergy experts discuss how automotive device makers can decouple hardware from software for optimal portability, time to market and cost savings.
Qualcomm experts provide insight into the benefits of C-V2X, and how it improves predictability for enhanced road safety and autonomous driving.
AVL experts explain how to successfully implement automated driving in confined area applications.
Experts from Elektrobit and Equinix discuss ways to manage the massive volumes of data required for ADAS and automated driving development.
Jace Allen of dSPACE provides unique insight into how the company’s data-driven development solution can help achieve a complete V&V strategy for ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 21448 (SOTIF) certification.
Experts from dSPACE explore the solutions for virtual environments, sensor simulation, and integration of the software under test.
Teraki experts discuss how the company enables use cases for connected and autonomous vehicles.
Elektrobit’s Roman Iseler discusses how to monitor the time domain in a multi-core safety system by utilizing the features of the EB tresos Safety TimE Protection module.
Appen’s Rahul Parundekar and Andrea Butkovic provide insight into why high-quality annotated training data is essential for effective autonomous drive AI systems.
Daniel Shwartzberg of Valens discusses the challenges faced by automakers with regards to in-vehicle connectivity and identifies some of the technical solutions that are available to them.
Experts from Tata Elxsi provide a high-level overview of approaches for modern-day E-Cockpit architecture and the various challenges involved.
Experts from Regulus Cyber discuss new developments in sensor fusion, SLAM, and GNSS cyber defence as the next step for navigation in driverless cars.
ZF’s Dr. Gahl Berkooz explains how automakers can capitalize on consumer and vehicle data to improve the user experience.
Experts from OpenSynergy and GENIVI discuss the benefits of standardization in the use of in-vehicle hypervisors.