UL’s CheeKheong Lin and Jako Fritz explain how ISO 24089 can help vehicle and component manufacturers implement software update management systems within their organizations.
Bernd Elend and Osvaldo Romero explain how NXP’s system experiences in wake-up and low power can support use cases and wake-up requirements.
Dana’s Brecht Fevery and Erich Meier of UL Solutions discuss how to create development processes that are a reference process framework for an entire organization.
Scott Bergeon of VI-grade explores the key aspects of real-time vehicle modelling and analysis and reveals the latest techniques for optimizing models for exceptional performance.
Elektrobit’s Lucian Badescu explains why autonomous vehicles complying with SAE Levels 3 to 5 require fail-operational x-by-wire E/E systems.
Claudia Filpes and Erich Meier of UL Solutions explain how the Automotive Process Framework (APF) can dramatically accelerate this process improvement.
Dave Bogema of VI-grade explains how to use a simulator to bridge the gap between objective data and subjective customer experiences.
Bill Taylor of UL Solutions discusses an efficient, integrated approach for meeting the ever-growing need for standards compliance, including functional safety, cybersecurity, SOTIF, and more.
Experts from Dow introduce a liquid silicone rubber solution that improves efficiency when designing and fabricating various automotive applications.
Experts from NXP and ITTIA explain how to develop advanced applications using smart edge data management for software-defined vehicles.
Experts from Tensorleap, Cognata, and Foresight discuss ways to overcome the complexities of developing automotive AI, resolving model weaknesses, and pinpointing the data you need.
Experts from AB Dynamics explain how driving robots can be used instead of human drivers to improve the efficiency and outcomes of durability and misuse track testing.
Steve Harding of HERE Technologies explains the impact of recent advancements in digital maps and their effects on the global industry.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the key drivers for circularity and provide practical advice on deploying circular economy business models and applying life cycle assessment to inform decision-making.
John Baker of Ansys explains how to overcome engineering challenges using a new cloud platform that enables automotive customers to run simulations in the cloud easily.
VI-grade’s Michael Hoffmann provides an in-depth overview of a scalable family of driving simulators, from the desktop-based simulators to the DiM500.
KPIT’s Radhesh Bhat explains the challenges of tuning the automotive ISP and how having a sophisticated ISP tuning tool environment helps achieve the desired image quality.
VI-grade’s Michael Hoffmann explains how to make the product development process more human-centric using a simulation-driven approach.
Continental’s Sebastian Amirioui outlines the future of friction brakes and provides insight into innovative disc and drum brakes solutions for electric and autonomous vehicles.
Dell Technologies and dSPACE experts describe how modular HiL/SiL systems and end-to-end data management can come together to offer the most flexible, complete system for simulation and validation.