Experts from Novelis, Pirelli, Cox Automotive, and The Ray, a proving ground for the transportation infrastructure of the future, discuss the circular economy.
Dr Marta Martínez Vázquez of Renesas presents the basics of mmWave radar for automotive applications and underline the challenges and trade-offs in radar design.
Yajie Wang of Renesas presents the RH850/C1M-Ax microcontroller (MCU), which paves the way for next-generation e-drive inverters and is ideal for highly cost-optimized ASIL-C automotive traction motor control systems.
AVL’s Tomas Dehne explains how to use testing tools and solutions specifically for balance-of-plant (BoP) fuel cell applications.
Stefan Dreifke from Keysight Technologies explains how to improve the design and operation of your electric vehicle battery test lab.
Renesas experts explain how an xEV inverter application model and software control the motor, reducing software development time and effort.
Sasken’s Vasudevan Mukundan and Debashis Panigrahi discuss a cloud-native framework that could scale V2X deployments reliably and securely, reducing cost and time-to-market.
Sasken’s Amol Kulkarni explains how the charging infrastructure players and OEMs with dedicated charging networks can use a modular and adaptable framework to facilitate smart charging and EV roaming.
KPIT’s Rohit Jain discusses the critical considerations and approach for building a robust system for automated driving through a system engineering methodology.
Masuo Okuda and Masashi Tsubota of Renesas present innovative software solutions for xEV battery management and inverter systems.
VI-grade’s Dave Bogema demonstrates how NVH virtual prototypes accelerate the product development process for electrified vehicles.
UL explains the current United States federal test requirements for light-duty electric vehicle range and energy consumption and how EVs have a distinct advantage in governmental compliance.
Roland Berger’s Dr Wolfgang Bernhart and Tim Hotz discuss different approaches to mitigate electric vehicle Li-Ion battery supply, cost and sustainability risks.
Roland Berger’s Dr Wolfgang Bernhart and Dennis Gallus discuss existing and future challenges and risks in the Lithium-Ion battery ecosystem.
Experts from FEV discuss a host of EV-specific NVH considerations, ranging from occupant comfort to pedestrian safety across a full complement of on-road vehicles.
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.
Roland Berger’s Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart and Manuel Yoon discuss existing and future challenges in the ADAS and autonomous driving ecosystem.
Experts from Microchip discuss PCIe and automotive Ethernet’s critical role in creating complete end-to-end centralized computer platform architectures for ADAS and other connected vehicle technologies.
BASF’s Dr. Sandra König and SweeJin Saw present a selection of future-proof technologies and solutions that are helping to make the electric vehicle safe and efficient.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Michael Bunce and Dr. Nathan Peters demonstrate how to unlock the full potential of the internal combustion engine to help OEMs achieve wider emissions based objectives.