AB Dynamics’ Matt Dustan introduces kinematics and compliance (K&C) testing and discusses how K&C test machines are evolving to meet the future needs of the automotive industry, including EV testing and HIL capabilities.
ETAS experts explain how OEMs and suppliers can create a certified cybersecurity management system (CSMS) and related management system based on PROOF and the ETAS template repository.
Huntsman’s Shpresa Kotaji and Christian Aguilar explain how innovative polyurethane solutions can help automotive manufacturers to reduce their materials carbon footprint.
Experts from AVL provide a holistic view of requirements on test facilties for hydrogen ICEs. The experts will also identify solutions to the numerous test bed transformation challenges.
NXP’s Erik Santiago and Angela Bernal Pinzon propose a safety concept for HV-LV power converters that increases availability without full redundancy.
NXP’s Baptiste Vignasse and Jérôme Dietsch explain how to increase fault tolerance and maintain motor control functionality if failure occurs.
HBK’s Mitch Marks explains how to analyze, track, and measure electric motor harmonics.
HiL experts discuss how to synchronize development between the OEM and supplier by employing Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) testing, where the real component is integrated into a real-time simulated environment.
Sjon Kuijpers of HERE Technologies and Martin Pfeifle of NNG explain how automakers can equip their vehicles with intelligent insights to help reduce driver errors.
KPIT’s Stefan Zeppetzauer and Amit Shah present a comprehensive approach to electro-mechanical diagnostics coupled with the diagnostics of software running on HPCs within the software-defined vehicle.
AVL’s Tomas Dehne explains how to use testing tools and solutions specifically for balance-of-plant (BoP) fuel cell applications.
Dr Ibrahim Armac of ETAS provides unique insight into future over-the-air (OTA) update challenges and potential solutions.
Elektrobit’s Joel Thurlby explains how hypervisor technology provides the foundation for a safe and secure automotive operating system.
IBM’s Dr Andreas Kühmichel and Michal Frenkel of Argus Cyber Security explain how a specialized Vehicle SOC provides a complete view of fleet cyber security.
BASF’s Marc Ingelmann presents market-ready solutions with Cellasto® components that deliver superior noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) optimization for EVs.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security provides unique insight into the E-motor inverter, focusing on critical cybersecurity risks, intellectual property threats and remediations.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security discusses the on-board charger, a critical vehicle component with significant safety risks ranging from overheating and combustion to data attack vectors.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security, Bill Mazzara of Stellantis and Rohan Singla of ChargePoint provide unique insight into ISO/SAE 21434 compliance in the electric vehicle industry.
David Barzilai of Karamba Security and Michal Petran of Accenture provide insight into automotive vulnerability management systems.
AVL’s Martin Rothbart and Rittmar von Helmolt explain how to overcome the shortcomings of existing approaches for future energy systems.