DSD’s Rob Hoffman and Jared McDowell explain how to couple a design and simulation process with development testing tools and equipment to create a faster pathway to successful electric propulsion system lubrication.
VI-grade’s Christoph Ortmann explains how to enhance the system engineering process for vehicle development using an HiL solution for automotive applications.
Tuxera’s Thom Denholm draws on the company’s vast experience to identify the key to MISRA C and ASPICE success.
AVL’s Nikolaus Keuth and Gerhard Schagerl present a data-driven methodology and related big data toolchain to create better insights and make the vehicle development process more efficient.
AVL’s Dr Reinhard Tatschl and Dr Christoph Pötsch present a multi-physical system simulation solution that offers detailed insight into a PEM fuel cell.
AVL’s Armin Engstle and Diego Turrado Blanco discuss the importance of systematic parameter variation for improving sensor perception during adverse weather conditions.
AVL’s Gerhard Schagerl and Milan Zivadinovic explain how the application of cutting-edge data science methodologies benefits OEMs and their suppliers by predicting vehicle and component failures and minimizing downtime.
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.
VI-grade’s Scott Bergeon explains how the company’s entry-level DESKTOP simulator can be a powerful addition to the system engineering process for vehicle development.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Mike Bassett and Adrian Cooper discuss the company’s comprehensive approach to the design and development of battery packs optimised for challenging applications.
Alexander Stock of HBK – Hottinger Brüel & Kjær presents a power analyzer for electric drives calculating power, RMS, cosϕ, and efficiency during steady-state and transient operation.
KPIT’s Rohit Jain discusses the critical considerations and approach for building a robust system for automated driving through a system engineering methodology.
AVL experts present a game-changing test environment where the battery and e-motor are replaced with emulators, which are controlled from a powerful automation system.
AVL’s Gernot Hasenbichler and Klaus Fuchs explain how to transfer controls features for driver assistance systems into features for vehicles with higher automation levels.
Experts from AVL explain how to overcome the most significant fuel cell and electrolyzer testing challenges.
Sasken’s Vasudevan Mukundan and Debashis Panigrahi discuss a data-driven approach to AV testing, which stakeholders can implement to overcome the numerous challenges.
VI-grade’s Dave Bogema demonstrates how NVH virtual prototypes accelerate the product development process for electrified vehicles.
AVL’s Christof Danner discusses the latest brake development and testing solutions aimed at helping stakeholders achieve compliance with new non-exhaust emissions rules.
Dr Marius Walters and Alexander Koch share details of FEV’s Toyota Mirai 2 fuel cell vehicle (FCV) benchmarking study.
DSD’s Jordan Craven and Michael Furness discuss how the influence of the E-machine, inverter, and gearbox, and the interactions between them, can impact NVH performance.