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.
Ken Horne of Keysight Technologies provides unique insight into the company’s approach to autonomous drive emulation (ADE).
AVL experts present new and adopted procedures and methods to reduce the residual risk for SOTIF in combination with functional safety.
dSPACE experts present a new web-based AD simulation and validation solution that leverages cloud technology for nearly unlimited scalability to improve test coverage.
AVL’s Heiko Scharke, Josko Balic, and Florian Klueck present the company’s toolchain for an optimized scenario-based workflow – AVL SCENIUS™.
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.
NNG’s Martin Pfeifle, Christoph Bonik of Artisense, and atlatec’s Henning Lategahn discuss their collaboration on augmented reality lane-level guidance.
Ben Hager of dSPACE presents Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions for autonomous vehicle testing, covering both closed-loop simulation and data replay testing.
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’.
Nexar’s Roni Floman explains how cameras will impact the vehicle market and what that means for OEMs and their suppliers.
INTEMPORA’s Nicolas Du Lac explains how to simplify ADAS and AD data collection using versatile tagging techniques and optimized cloud-based data management.
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.
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.
Righthook CEO Warren Ahner explains how to accelerate ADAS and autonomous vehicle development with simulation and driving simulators.
Experts from Elektrobit and Kvaser explain how their integrated toolchain provides optimized CAN data acquisition for ADAS environments in virtual, real-time, remote, and logging scenarios.
Jochen Messner discusses EB Assist ADTF 3, the latest version of Elektrobit’s development tool, which provides an improved API and modularity for handling the requirements of ADAS and automated driving development.
AVL experts discuss the challenges of standardized scenario-based ADAS/AD testing and how specialized tools can help users design, edit, verify and parametrize testing scenarios.
Qualcomm’s Riccardo Calabro discusses the auto industry’s digital transformation and explains how 5G will be the connectivity fabric for future vehicles.
Elektrobit’s Thorsten Weißer explains how to expedite the development and rapid prototyping of automated driving and ADAS using EB Assist ADTF 3.