DSD’s Rob Hoffman and Jared McDowell explain how to couple a design and simulation process with development testing tools and equipment to create a faster pathway to successful electric propulsion system lubrication.
Experts from Alumobility demonstrate the value-in-use and performance of joining scenarios for aluminum-intensive vehicles.
VI-grade’s Christoph Ortmann explains how to enhance the system engineering process for vehicle development using an HiL solution for automotive applications.
Tuxera’s Thom Denholm draws on the company’s vast experience to identify the key to MISRA C and ASPICE success.
AVL’s Nikolaus Keuth and Gerhard Schagerl present a data-driven methodology and related big data toolchain to create better insights and make the vehicle development process more efficient.
Garrett’s Stephane Strahm and Ondřej Šantin introduce a non-linear model predictive control (NMPC) framework and explain how it can help OEMs expedite their fuel-to-electrification journey.
Nando Tedeschi and Guido Broder of Novelis present aluminum solutions aimed at helping commercial vehicle designers achieve lower mass, lower cost and efficiency targets.
Tatiana Vyunova of HERE Technologies and Elektrobit’s Dirk Spiesswinkel explain how the integration of GNSS and precise positioning affect the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
AVL’s Dr Reinhard Tatschl and Dr Christoph Pötsch present a multi-physical system simulation solution that offers detailed insight into a PEM fuel cell.
AVL’s Armin Engstle and Diego Turrado Blanco discuss the importance of systematic parameter variation for improving sensor perception during adverse weather conditions.
Tero Salminen of OpenSynergy explains how virtualizing a single function increases connected vehicle systems security and makes updating and upgrading software components much more straightforward.
Sasken’s Vasudevan Mukundan and Debashis Panigrahi discuss a cloud-native framework that could scale V2X deployments reliably and securely, reducing cost and time-to-market.
Andrew Coombes and Rohan Pandit of ETAS present a use case of integrating an HSM into a microcontroller hypervisor system.
AVL’s Gerhard Schagerl and Milan Zivadinovic explain how the application of cutting-edge data science methodologies benefits OEMs and their suppliers by predicting vehicle and component failures and minimizing downtime.
Experts from HERE Technologies, Elektrobit and Continental explain how to solve ISA customer pain points and outline the benefits of using map data and the electronic horizon platform for ISA.
Craig Brown and Erich Meier of Method Park by UL discuss the importance of a trusted and agile process in keeping up with the pace of automotive innovation.
Elektrobit’s Illia Safiulin provides unique insight into the demands on software solutions needed for new zonal architectures in connected vehicles.
VI-grade’s Scott Bergeon explains how the company’s entry-level DESKTOP simulator can be a powerful addition to the system engineering process for vehicle development.
Sasken’s Amol Kulkarni explains how the charging infrastructure players and OEMs with dedicated charging networks can use a modular and adaptable framework to facilitate smart charging and EV roaming.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Mike Bassett and Adrian Cooper discuss the company’s comprehensive approach to the design and development of battery packs optimised for challenging applications.