ESCRYPT’s Jan Holle and Andreas Weber explain why distributed E/E architectures require a distributed IDPS that maps the specific protection needs of the vehicle systems.
Srinivas Polavarapu and Frank Schulte of dSPACE explore solutions for virtual test environments, sensor simulation, and the integration of software under test.
AVL’s Mickael Berdin, Martin Arntz, and Andreas Ramsauer present a tool that enables objective driveability assessment and development to help achieve optimum customer satisfaction.
Dr. Dennis Kengo Oka outlines a practical step by step guide to building fuzz testing into the CI pipeline using the Zephyr Project RTOS as an example.
Intertek’s Rich Byczek outlines some of the frequently asked questions regarding developing a test plan for ADAS systems.
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.
Vayyar VP and Head of Automotive Ian Podkamien examines the role 4D imaging radar can play in addressing motorcycle safety challenges.
dSPACE experts present a new web-based AD simulation and validation solution that leverages cloud technology for nearly unlimited scalability to improve test coverage.
HERE’s Filip Klippel and Howard Abbey of SBD Automotive explore how current ADAS solutions increase safety and efficiency for trucks.
AVL’s Heiko Scharke, Josko Balic, and Florian Klueck present the company’s toolchain for an optimized scenario-based workflow – AVL SCENIUS™.
Method Park’s Professor Bernd Hindel outlines a process framework that addresses the ISO 26262 standard for functional safety and Automotive SPICE for quality assurance in embedded software and systems development.
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.
SBD Automotive’s Jitesh Joshy and David McClure reveal how true success comes from marrying real-world pen test findings, deep threat modelling expertise, and insight into competitor adoption trends.
ESCRYPT experts discuss the global demands on the ESCRYPT Intrusion Detection and Prevention Solution (IDPS) and its several components based on a review of binding legislation.
NNG’s Martin Pfeifle, Christoph Bonik of Artisense, and atlatec’s Henning Lategahn discuss their collaboration on augmented reality lane-level guidance.
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.