Thomas Bruss of Renesas and OpenSynergy’s Isaac Trefz provide unique insight into how open source projects are creating a more independent and flexible automotive industry.
Continental’s Frédéric Daudé and Jens Friedrich discuss the Ac2ated Sound concept, which replaces a full speaker setup with a few small actuators to create a high-end, immersive in-vehicle sound experience.
Xperi’s Paul Venezia explores the challenges of addressing hybrid radio on a global scale, outlines the solutions that deliver OEM-grade solutions, and previews what’s next in automotive entertainment.
Elektrobit’s Nazareth Samson presents a bird’s-eye view of augmented reality and explains its role in the future of mobility.
Experts from HERE Technologies provide unique insight into data annotation, the process of humans labelling static and dynamic imagery so machines can understand what they are ‘seeing’.
Elektrobit’s Roland Schimpf and Uwe Meißner explain how to create state-of-the-art in-vehicle user experiences.
EB’s Frank Uhlig explains how automakers can successfully integrate Android Automotive and offer their customers unique in-car experiences.
Garrett’s Dr. Jaroslav Pekař explains how to unlock benefits for vehicle performance, energy or health control and monitoring using a predictive optimization approach.
Qualcomm’s Riccardo Calabro discusses the auto industry’s digital transformation and explains how 5G will be the connectivity fabric for future vehicles.
OpenSynergy’s Isaac Trefz and Thomas Bruss of Renesas provide unique insight into their company’s VIRTIO™ capabilities.
Experts from AT&T, GSMA, Panasonic, Microsoft, and Sibros discuss the future of 5G technology and the software-defined vehicle.
Shyamala Prayaga of Ford Motor Company provides unique insight into the developments driving the in-car voice assistant’s evolution.
TomTom’s Anna Bednarczyk and Maurits Hol discuss its next-generation full-stack navigation, which supports an online-first navigation experience that’s always available, independent of network connectivity.
Experts from Keysight Technologies discuss the challenges infotainment systems face as data requirements increase and how to test for them ahead of time.
Microchip Technology’s Francis Ielsch explains how adding Audio Video Bridging or Time-Sensitive Networking support can make Ethernet suitable for A/V applications in vehicles.
Cinemo’s Ivan Dimkovic demonstrates the technology that enables a multi-seat IVI experience that rivals the latest home media centres.
Garrett Motion’s Tim Felke presents the new SAE JA6268™ standard and shows how it enables OEMs and fleet managers to unlock the full value of vehicle information and data.
OpenSynergy’s Isaac Trefz discusses the role of VIRTIO in modern automotive architectures and provides insight into the first-ever implementation of open standard-based devices.
ESCRYPT’s Omar Alshabibi explains how to bootstrap a V2X OBU or RSU at the manufacturing plant of an OEM or Tier 1 supplier in the most efficient way.
Experts from VI-grade discuss how the company’s driving simulator product line helps vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers expedite the product development process.