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.
Cinemo’s Ivan Dimkovic demonstrates the technology that enables a multi-seat IVI experience that rivals the latest home media centres.
Continental’s Werner Köstler and Jürgen Braun explain how the project management setup and tool landscape have changed in a VUCA world.
Joe Cassar of dSPACE discusses the benefits, methods, and processes associated with virtualized vehicle software verification and validation.
VI-grade’s Dave Bogema explains how NVH simulator technologies can simplify and accelerate the vehicle development process.
AVL experts discuss how AVL tackles these challenges to increase the efficiency of the ADAS testing process.
Olaf Schmidt explains INCHRON’s three-step method that helps automotive teams resolve timing problems long before they appear in hardware.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security explain the need for a secure architecture and how to enforce security zones with intrusion detection and prevention systems.
XenomatiX CEO Filip Geuens unveils the company’s next-generation XenoLidar X for automotive and industrial applications.
Ricardo experts share the findings of the PaREGEn project, which demonstrated 15% CO2 emissions reductions with full noxious emissions compliance for D&E class vehicles.
AVL’s Emre Kural, Beatriz Acero Tello, and Martin Abart explain how to successfully exploit the full potential of simulation to develop fuel cells, from configuration to SOP.
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.
Elektrobit’s Vishal Mishra discusses the future of vehicle software infrastructure and explains how to develop HPCs with Adaptive Autosar.
Experts from Continental, HERE Technologies, and Elektrobit discuss how to implement ISA and make it an industry-standard feature.
VI-grade’s Mathieu Grob explains how driving simulator technologies can simplify and accelerate this process by assessing and improving modern vehicles’ ride and handling performance, in order to identify their optimal combination.
GENIVI experts explain how to build a robust set of services, signals, and models, which the entire auto industry can use as it transitions to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Experts from ESCRYPT explain how and to what extent you can use the existing AUTOSAR security software to realize UNECE-compliant automotive cybersecurity.
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.