Michael Schneider of ETAS explains how AUTOSAR offers a way to implement a multi-level security approach by providing standardized security building blocks that can be used off the shelf.
Andrew Coombes and Rohan Pandit of ETAS present a use case of integrating an HSM into a microcontroller hypervisor system.
Elektrobit’s Illia Safiulin provides unique insight into the demands on software solutions needed for new zonal architectures in connected vehicles.
Garrett’s Stephane Strahm and Cavy Pan present an IDS software that integrates multi-network and application processor detection-isolation-report-response algorithms.
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.
Elektrobit and Qualcomm experts explain how to use intelligent and modular combinations of hardware and software to provide an up-to-date user experience for vehicle occupants.
ESCRYPT’s Rohan Pandit and Suraj Ramachandrappa discuss future market trends and requirements regarding the HSM in the automotive cybersecurity domain towards next-generation vehicle E/E architectures.
ESCRYPT’s Siddharth Shukla and Andreas Weber discuss different cyber attack prevention techniques and how to combine them with IDS sensors to protect the vehicle E/E architecture.
AVL’s Georg Schrank evaluate the IONIQ 5’s overall performance and discuss how it measures up to its rivals.
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.
ESCRYPT’s Jan Holle and Andreas Weber explain why distributed E/E architectures require a distributed IDPS that maps the specific protection needs of the vehicle systems.
Armin Engstle and Thomas Guntschnig introduce AVL’s Dynamic Ground Truth System, a highly precise solution for recording and processing real-world data to support the development and homologation of ADAS/AD systems.
Method Park’s Craig Brown and William Bolander explain how to remain compliant while tailoring a process for a specific product.
Continental’s Werner Köstler and Jürgen Braun explain how the project management setup and tool landscape have changed in a VUCA world.
ESCRYPT’s Dr. Eng. Siddharth Shukla provides insight into E/E architecture trends, focusing on the benefits and challenges of Ethernet in automotive E/E architectures.
EB’s Dr Sebastian Ohl outlines a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPC.
KPIT subject matter expert Anders Kallerdahl explains how to design and configure a system where Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR co-exist.