ESCRYPT experts discuss the global demands on the ESCRYPT Intrusion Detection and Prevention Solution (IDPS) and its several components based on a review of binding legislation.
Ben Hager of dSPACE presents Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions for autonomous vehicle testing, covering both closed-loop simulation and data replay testing.
EB experts discuss the latest UNECE regulations covering over-the-air software updates and explain how OEMs and suppliers can overcome evolving challenges to implement them successfully.
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.
ESCRYPT’s Dr Michael Peter Schneider examines the security mechanisms included in the latest AUTOSAR releases and explains how they should be integrated into the Software Engineering Process.
INTEMPORA’s Nicolas Du Lac explains how to simplify ADAS and AD data collection using versatile tagging techniques and optimized cloud-based data management.
AVL experts present details of a highly efficient two-speed e-axle system, which reduces costs and improves performance in SUV and light-duty BEV applications.
AVL’s Jan Viher discusses smoothed-particles hydrodynamics (SPH), an efficient method for simulating liquid dominated flows, which offers numerous advantages that result in reduced time from an engineering challenge to an answer.
Experts from OpenSynergy and LDRA discuss the inherent security of a virtualized architecture, and how that strength can be underpinned by applying secure development techniques to code that handles data passed between processes.
Garrett’s Dr. Jaroslav Pekař explains how to unlock benefits for vehicle performance, energy or health control and monitoring using a predictive optimization approach.
Elektrobit’s Jens Storz explains how the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) of its ADTF 3 solution allows users to create a customized interface that caters for all requirements.
Righthook CEO Warren Ahner explains how to accelerate ADAS and autonomous vehicle development with simulation and driving simulators.
Experts from Elektrobit and Kvaser explain how their integrated toolchain provides optimized CAN data acquisition for ADAS environments in virtual, real-time, remote, and logging scenarios.
Jochen Messner discusses EB Assist ADTF 3, the latest version of Elektrobit’s development tool, which provides an improved API and modularity for handling the requirements of ADAS and automated driving development.
EB’s Roman Iseler explains how to overcome communication problems by integrating Vehicle-to-Grid software stacks into the AUTOSAR architecture.
ESCRYPT’s cybersecurity experts discuss the organizational processes that OEMs and suppliers must implement to comply with the latest software update delivery regulations.
Elektrobit’s Thorsten Weißer explains how to expedite the development and rapid prototyping of automated driving and ADAS using EB Assist ADTF 3.
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.