Experts from more than ten companies provide unique insight and solutions for battery pack engineering and production.
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.
Dow’s Greg Becker and Erica Everett discuss emerging market trends and explain the benefits of using silicone materials for battery cell encapsulation.
AVL’s Guilermo Pezzetto and Michael Peinsitt provide insight into how a simulation tool package can become an essential asset for success.
PatSnap‘s Kim Boloorian and Kavya Kumaresan provide insight into what the future of innovation will look like for the global automotive industry.
AVL experts explain how to successfully implement automated driving in confined area applications.
AVL’s Martin Rothbart and Josef Schwaiger explain how hydrogen can be used for green energy storage, and the role it can play in ramping up a CO2-neutral transportation sector.
Experts from Elektrobit and Equinix discuss ways to manage the massive volumes of data required for ADAS and automated driving development.
Catalin Priboi Catalin, Elektrobit’s HMI development tooling expert, outlines how EB GUIDE can help improve the automotive user experience.
Christian Götz explains how automakers like BMW and Audi are using HiveMQ and MQTT to build reliable and scalable connected car platforms.
AVL’s Marinette Iwanicki explains how to maximise the efficiency of a battery testing lab with the company’s holistic lab management software solution.
AVL’s Kurt Engeljehringer provides unique insight into how Post Euro-6 emission testing can be done today.
Experts from OpenSynergy provides unique insight into the company’s hypervisor platform for microcontrollers.
AVL’s Juergen Schneider and Bernhard Brunnsteiner present a unique simulation method for detailed analysis of thermal runaway in electric vehicle batteries.
MAHLE Powertrain’s David Pates discusses the company’s Modular Hybrid Powertrain, which bridges the gap between conventional IC engines and full battery electric systems.