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.
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.
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.
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 SEP.
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.
INTEMPORA’s Nicolas Du Lac explains how to simplify ADAS and AD data collection using versatile tagging techniques and optimized cloud-based data management.
AVL’s Jan Viher discusses smoothed-particles hydrodynamics (SPH), an efficient method for simulating liquid dominated flows, which offers numerous advantages that result in reduced time from an engineering challenge to an answer.
Experts from OpenSynergy and LDRA discuss the inherent security of a virtualized architecture, and how that strength can be underpinned by applying secure development techniques to code that handles data passed between processes.
MAHLE Powertrain experts discuss the opportunities for simplifying and optimising internal combustion engines when coupled with a significant level of powertrain hybridisation.
Jacob Perrin of dSPACE examines the challenges of collecting data for development programs for SAE Level 3 and above and the technology that can overcome them.
AVL experts explain how to improve product qualification using an innovative End of Line (EOL) test data analysis approach.
Garrett’s Dr. Jaroslav Pekař explains how to unlock benefits for vehicle performance, energy or health control and monitoring using a predictive optimization approach.
IAV experts discuss the importance, variety, complexity and challenges of hydrogen storage systems for different vehicle applications.
Elektrobit’s Jens Storz explains how the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) of its ADTF 3 solution allows users to create a customized interface that caters for all requirements.
AVL experts demonstrate how to employ a model-based lean development process to manage the best cost – performance – lifetime – packaging trade-off.