Experts from OpenSynergy discuss how the automotive industry should abandon proprietary solutions, and instead embrace open standards and compete on their implementation quality.
Western Digital’s Russell Ruben explains why data storage has become critical for the future of autonomous driving.
Experts from Elektrobit and Argus Cyber Security provide insight into the technology challenges posed by the new requirements and discuss innovative ways in which OEMs and their suppliers can address them.
KPIT’s Omkar Panse outlines how automakers can take advantage of the revenue growth opportunities offered by data-driven services.
EB’s Dr Sebastian Ohl outlines a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPC.
Vayyar’s head of automotive, Ian Podkamien, discusses the company’s comprehensive single-vendor solutions for in-car and ADAS applications.
ESCRYPT’s Dr. Martin Moser provides insight into different IT security testing methods, the benefits of whitebox testing, and discusses the system components that should be tested.
AVL’s Dr. Josef Zehetner discusses a comprehensive approach on how to drive digitalization in the vehicle development verification and validation process.
KPIT’s Sandeep Jadhav provides unique insight into trends in HMI cockpit ECUs that are impacting and limiting automated validation.
Experts from GENIVI, W3C, and GEOTAB discuss the benefits of vehicle data standards and the positive impacts of a “single language” to define, exchange and use vehicle data and services.
In this webinar, Jill Britton and Steve Howard of Perforce discuss what it means to comply with a coding standard, and how to achieve compliance quickly and efficiently.
FEV’s Sherif Matta and Siddhartha Yedida discuss the role of V2X communications in road safety, traffic efficiency and associated energy savings.
OpenSynergy’s David Baum discusses the company’s Blue SDK Fusion, an automotive-grade Bluetooth stack for Android™ Open Source Project (AOSP).
KPIT subject matter expert Anders Kallerdahl explains how to design and configure a system where Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR co-exist.
FEV’s Tom Tasky discusses how gateway technology has become critical for prototype and proof-of-concept connected vehicle builds.
Intempora’s Nicolas du Lac discusses how RTMaps software can help engineers across the various stages of the ADAS / AD development and testing cycles.
Experts from OpenSynergy discuss the company’s flexible radio software solution, which OEMs and Tier1 suppliers can integrate across different car models, geographical territories, hardware, and hardware generations.
PatSnap’s Johnny Aguirre uses patent analysis to present a panoramic view of the most critical aspects of digital transformation in the automotive industry.
Experts from Continental discuss how high-performance computers (HPCs) are enabling a superior user experience (UX) for the vehicle of the future.
Engelbert Loibner of AVL outlines a comprehensive approach to support decision making for the industry’s most pressing vehicle development questions.