AVL experts explain how virtual MiL and SiL integration environments can replace traditional vehicle integration and HiL tests.
AVL experts discuss digital transformation trends and initiatives for simulation and test factories, focusing on critical success criteria beyond tools.
b-plus automotive experts explain how software-based planning and AI-based data evaluation of test drives can make highly-efficient use of existing test resources possible.
Armin Engstle and Thomas Guntschnig introduce AVL’s Dynamic Ground Truth System, a highly precise solution for recording and processing real-world data to support the development and homologation of ADAS/AD systems.
Arm’s Chet Babla explains how innovation at the intersection of hardware and software will shape the future of safe and affordable mobility.
Experts from Microchip discuss PCIe and automotive Ethernet’s critical role in creating complete end-to-end centralized computer platform architectures for ADAS and other connected vehicle technologies.
Continental’s Frédéric Daudé and Jens Friedrich discuss the Ac2ated Sound concept, which replaces a full speaker setup with a few small actuators to create a high-end, immersive in-vehicle sound experience.
Ben Hager of dSPACE presents Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions for autonomous vehicle testing, covering both closed-loop simulation and data replay testing.
Xperi’s Paul Venezia explores the challenges of addressing hybrid radio on a global scale, outlines the solutions that deliver OEM-grade solutions, and previews what’s next in automotive entertainment.
Elektrobit’s Nazareth Samson presents a bird’s-eye view of augmented reality and explains its role in the future of mobility.
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.
Experts from HERE Technologies provide unique insight into data annotation, the process of humans labelling static and dynamic imagery so machines can understand what they are ‘seeing’.
MAHLE Powertrain experts discuss a range of complimentary lambda 1 technologies that can be applied to gasoline engine concepts to achieve robust, whole area map compliance to maintain high performance.
Ricardo experts share their latest research findings into the efficiency, performance, cost and environmental benefits of powertrain electrification and sustainable liquid fuels.
Nexar’s Roni Floman explains how cameras will impact the vehicle market and what that means for OEMs and their suppliers.
Experts from the newly established Alumobility consortium discuss the vehicle door architecture and the benefits of designing with lightweight, sustainable aluminum.
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.
AVL experts explain what advanced methodologies, tools and facilities can be used to efficiently test and validate state-of-the-art electric vehicle drivelines.