Experts from Sibros, Stout, and Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco, discuss the current state of the automotive software and connectivity industry.
ESCRYPT’s Lena Steden and Dr Christopher Kusch discuss the actions stakeholders must take to ensure that their cybersecurity management systems comply with new UNECE regulations.
Borislav Nazarski, Elektrobit’s testing and validation expert, explains how to overcome the challenges involved in automating UI tests.
Renovo’s Chris Heiser and Tony Posawatz share details of how the company is helping OEMs to compete with Tesla by developing software that their customers love.
Kris Tomasson, head of design at NIO, explains the company’s approach to redefining the user experience both today and in the future.
Experts from Ricardo outline the current landscape of automotive connectivity, and how connected technologies can already be used to deliver vehicle efficiency benefits.
Garima Mathur of Western Digital explains why data storage is key to accelerating the development of automotive technologies.
Elektrobit’s Wolfgang Völkel provides insight into scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) solutions for ADAS ECU validation.
Soyuj Kumar Sahoo and Dr Timo Sowa of Elektrobit outline a brand agnostic solution to create smart dialogs for in-vehicle infotainment using voice assistants.
Dr. Dennis Kengo Oka of Synopsys discusses how to reduce security risks in CAVs prior to production by following a secure software development approach.
Dr. Joachim Schlosser of Elektrobit provides unique insight into the role Scrum framework can play in embedded automotive software development.
Elektrobit’s Dr Sebastian Ohl showcases a solution using a high-performance ADAS system and a safety ECU running AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic.
Elektrobit’s Jörg Scherer shares best practices for a cluster HMI project that evolves from prototype to production-ready.
Experts from Elektrobit and ANSYS demonstrate how optical simulation and virtual prototyping can help to solve the challenges of HUD design.
OpenSynergy experts discuss how automotive device makers can decouple hardware from software for optimal portability, time to market and cost savings.
Elektrobit’s Jochen Steuerwald demonstrates a typical workflow using EB tresos, a tooling solution for electronic control unit development using AUTOSAR Classic.
Elektrobit demonstrates how the EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit generates an ADASIS electronic horizon in a development environment.
Dino Flore and Jim Misener of Qualcomm provide insight into the benefits of C-V2X, and how it improves predictability for enhanced road safety and autonomous driving.
Continental’s Bruno Nunes-Silva and Peer Sterner of Elektrobit outline the general trends in in-vehicle architectures with HPCs and share their experience with Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR platforms.
PatSnap‘s Kim Boloorian and Kavya Kumaresan provide insight into what the future of innovation will look like for the global automotive industry.