Craig Brown and Erich Meier of Method Park by UL discuss the importance of a trusted and agile process in keeping up with the pace of automotive innovation.
Quectel’s Bryan Galusha explains how precise location data integrates and provides a key ingredient in ADAS and self-driving systems.
KPIT’s Rohit Jain discusses the critical considerations and approach for building a robust system for automated driving through a system engineering methodology.
Dr. Martin Pfeifle and Philip Hubertus explain how to extend the value of ISA with NNG iGO.Ahead and HERE location intelligence.
AVL’s Gernot Hasenbichler and Klaus Fuchs explain how to transfer controls features for driver assistance systems into features for vehicles with higher automation levels.
Sasken’s Vasudevan Mukundan and Debashis Panigrahi discuss a data-driven approach to AV testing, which stakeholders can implement to overcome the numerous challenges.
David Dionis from Elektrobit shares information on the Adaptive AUTOSAR model and highlights best practices using model editor, tree editor, and adaptive table view in EB corbos Studio.
Western Digital’s Paul Mulholland examines the automotive data evolution, reviews future data storage use cases, and showcases the interfaces that best fit these uses.
Philip Hubertus of HERE Technologies and Elektrobit’s Dirk Spiesswinkel explain how to solve ISA customer pain points, and outline the benefits of using map data and the eHorizon platform for ISA.
Quectel’s Manfred Lindacher presents an automotive roadmap update to help automakers and suppliers plan their future products.
Vayyar’s Ian Podkamien discusses a paradigm shift that’s allowing automakers to reassess the industry’s legacy approach while enhancing safety and yielding significant cost savings.
Neil McGregor of Ricardo and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcase how steel solutions can address the challenges of developing MaaS vehicles that meet future mobility challenges.
Jace Allen of dSPACE presents a software development and validation solution for autonomous vehicles that uses scenario-based testing, physics-based vehicle and sensor simulation, open standards, and cloud/SaaS technologies.
Roland Berger’s Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart and Manuel Yoon discuss existing and future challenges in the ADAS and autonomous driving ecosystem.
VI-grade’s Scott Bergeon explains how the latest real-time software solutions enable users to drive and optimize a reliable vehicle model, both offline on the workstation and with a human-in-the-loop on a driving simulator.
Experts from Continental, IBM, and Zeiss present a general introduction to AI and explain how to leverage it to predict upcoming road conditions.
Dow and bdtronic discuss how the right dispensing equipment applying the very best material science can make all the difference to the production line and production time.
BASF’s Mark Staniford explains how the change of mobility will affect the car’s interior and compares today’s necessities with those of the future.
Simon Weiss of Trinamix and BASF’s Thomas Bayerl and Michaela Liese present several innovative sensor solutions for autonomous vehicles.
Continental’s Daniel Naujack explains the importance of interior cameras for human-machine interaction in combination with other sensors.