Dino Flore and Jim Misener of Qualcomm provide insight into the benefits of C-V2X, and how it improves predictability for enhanced road safety and autonomous driving.
Continental’s Bruno Nunes-Silva and Peer Sterner of Elektrobit outline the general trends in in-vehicle architectures with HPCs and share their experience with Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR platforms.
Elektrobit’s head of User Experience and User Interface Design Frank Uhlig discusses the impact of autonomous driving systems on cars as an experience space.
AVL’s Gerald Sammer explains how the company’s data and process management solution can help boost lab efficiency.
Suraj Nair and Vinod Venkateswaran of Infosys provide a practitioner’s viewpoint of defining connected vehicle platform capabilities.
Agoria’s Ward Vleegen discusses the megatrends that are shaping the future of the automotive industry, and the disruptive impact they are having on automakers, their suppliers, and the industry as a whole.
Experts from GENIVI’s Cloud and Connected Services project present a proposed end-to-end vehicle-to-cloud communication framework and discuss proof-of-concept implementation
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.
Leo Gergs of ABI Research discusses 5G applications and use cases in the automotive and smart transportation sectors, and explains how the technology will support safer, more efficient road traffic.
AVL’s Andreas Aldrian provides insight into how the company’s automotive IoT platform for data-driven business will provide instant data availability with the highest security standards.
Experts from OpenSynergy and GENIVI discuss the benefits of standardization in the use of in-vehicle hypervisors.