KPIT experts explain how 48V electrification allows for the application of multiple powertrain technologies to meet upcoming GHG regulations.
Sasken’s Girish BVS and Amol Kulkarni explain how OEMs and suppliers can use a blockchain-based framework to optimize the cost and time associated with vehicle recalls and parts tracking.
KPIT’s Tanmay Agrawal explains how to address electric vehicle engineering challenges by adopting an integrated model-based systems approach.
AVL experts explain how to verify and validate software and hardware functions by integrating the DevOps process with the V-model.
Jae-Young Chang of Keysight Technologies examines the changes sweeping automotive in-vehicle technology and the accompanying signal integrity challenges.
Keysight’s Jens Schmutzler explains how to keep up with new test challenges and evolving conformance standards in a complex EV ecosystem.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security demonstrate a software solution that can improve the management and protection of E/E architectures from within the Ethernet switch.
HBK’s Tom Kevenaar explains how recent changes to the power grid affect power quality following the introduction of the IEC 61000-4-7 standard.
Experts from Upstream, Deloitte, and Accenture share their views about both vSOC adoption drivers and tangible benefits for OEMs.
Stephane Strahm and Cavy Pan explain how to integrate IDS software across multi-network environments and application processor “detection-isolation-report-response” algorithms.
KPIT experts explain how to overcome vehicle diagnostics challenges with an integrated development framework powered by a centralized data management system.
Upstream’s Guy Molho and Shachar Azriel discuss three emerging cyber threats and their potential impact on end users, OEMs, and the entire smart mobility ecosystem.
Renesas experts explain how an xEV inverter application model and software control the motor, reducing software development time and effort.
Puneet Makkar of Method Park by UL discusses modern automotive cybersecurity challenges and explains how OEMs and suppliers can overcome them to prepare for the evolving cybersecurity process landscape.
Michael Schneider of ETAS explains how AUTOSAR offers a way to implement a multi-level security approach by providing standardized security building blocks that can be used off the shelf.
Dave Bogema and Rabah Hadjit explain how the combined services solutions of VI-grade and HBK support tire NVH engineering for noise source characterization, exterior noise and subjective evaluation of virtual prototypes.
Garrett’s Stephane Strahm and Ondřej Šantin introduce a non-linear model predictive control (NMPC) framework and explain how it can help OEMs expedite their fuel-to-electrification journey.
Nando Tedeschi and Guido Broder of Novelis present aluminum solutions aimed at helping commercial vehicle designers achieve lower mass, lower cost and efficiency targets.
Experts from HERE Technologies, Elektrobit and Continental explain how to solve ISA customer pain points and outline the benefits of using map data and the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
Craig Brown and Erich Meier of Method Park by UL discuss the importance of a trusted and agile process in keeping up with the pace of automotive innovation.