Tatiana Vyunova of HERE Technologies and Elektrobit’s Dirk Spiesswinkel explain how the integration of GNSS and precise positioning affect the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
VI-grade’s Francesco Ambrogi explains how innovative simulation tools can expedite electric vehicle design and development.
AVL experts present a series of tools that help OEMs and their suppliers achieve consumer acceptance and excitement in the areas of vehicle handling and ride comfort.
VI-grade’s Scott Bergeon explains how the latest real-time software solutions enable users to drive and optimize a reliable vehicle model, both offline on the workstation and with a human-in-the-loop on a driving simulator.
A KPIT subject matter expert outlines the essence of future-proofed validation solutions and the criticality of automating the verification and validation process.
Srinivas Polavarapu and Frank Schulte of dSPACE explore solutions for virtual test environments, sensor simulation, and the integration of software under test.
Ben Hager of dSPACE presents Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions for autonomous vehicle testing, covering both closed-loop simulation and data replay testing.
AVL’s Georg Schrank introduces a methodology that helps engineers assess and develop a driving dynamics solution that makes the BEV feel lightweight, even when equipped with the heaviest batteries.
Dr. Richard Ford discusses Protean Electric‘s in-wheel motor technology for electric vehicles and explains how its experts manage unsprung mass.
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.
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.
MAZARO Co-Founder and Director Filip De Mazière explains how the company’s innovative transmission technology makes hybrid and electric vehicles 11-19% more efficient.
FEV’s Ravi Desai and Martin Dorn discuss critical considerations for EV chassis development to cut cost, reduce development times, and improve product quality.