HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses reactive power, including RMS values, fundamental values, and filter selection to achieve the desired result.
Lena Steden of ETAS and ITK Engineering’s Milan Stute discuss the challenges of risk assessment and management in the automotive industry.
Stéphane Turlier of Electra Vehicles and NXP’s Maciek Krawczyk discuss current and future considerations for EV battery packs and management systems.
Dr Marta Martínez Vázquez of Renesas presents the basics of mmWave radar for automotive applications and underline the challenges and trade-offs in radar design.
CEO Chris Rockwell shares Lextant’s Experience Adoption Threshold and explains how, as an industry, we can design experiences to facilitate the EV future.
AVL experts explain how to use machine learning to intelligently monitor the health of the unit under test and the overall system.
Ricardo’s Rushab Shah highlights real-world examples across the transport sector that have leveraged data technologies to drive decarbonisation for OEMs and operators.
FEV’s Dr Umesh N. Hivarkar explains the role engineering data science will play in shaping the future of mobility.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses the failure modes of electric motors and explains the benefits of measuring electrical values for durability testing.
AVL’s Nikolaus Keuth and Robert Binder explain how engineers can streamline their development tasks using Concerto 5 R7 data processing software.
BASF’s Chris Korson and Ricardo Mercado discuss the differences in material behaviour when using composites instead of aluminium in ICE and EV powertrain applications.
Yajie Wang of Renesas presents the RH850/C1M-Ax microcontroller (MCU), which paves the way for next-generation e-drive inverters and is ideal for highly cost-optimized ASIL-C automotive traction motor control systems.
Jamie Zinser and Derek Prichett of Novelis explain how automakers can use collection and sorting technologies to reduce energy consumption and increase their recycled content in vehicles.
AVL’s Stefan Scheidel and Helmut Grassberger discuss how to implement suitable methodology and tools to help engineers find the optimal parameters in a multidimensional design space.
NXP’s Robert Jin explains how System-on-Chip (SoC) health monitoring enables failure prediction and predictive maintenance to achieve better system availability.
Jonpaul S. Jandu of Renesas presents a cost-effective digital instrument cluster with an integrated surround-view monitor that meets ISO26262 ASIL B requirements.
KPIT’s Santhana Raj discusses critical software approaches, architectures, and solutions for the new age of radars in autonomous vehicles.
Assaf Harel and Tal Ben-David of Karamba Security provide unique insight into supply chain management security given R&D and software release schedules.
Elektrobit and Qt Company experts discuss the future of digital cockpits and explain how the partnership between their companies enables a resource-efficient, turnkey development solution for the automotive industry.
Experts from Siemens and Hyundai Motor Group explain how to use a test-data-driven MBSE approach to accurately predict road noise, focusing on the vehicle body, suspension, and tire.