AVL experts present a methodic HiL/SiL environment approach to managing future legislative challenges such as EU7 and complex systems like PHEV.
NXP experts explain why designing ECUs for functional safety, cybersecurity, and AUTOSAR compliance requires an understanding of the embedded hardware and software components available for implementation.
AVL’s Jürgen Schneider and Dr Jan Richter of Batemo explain how to balance trade-offs and cope with high levels of complexity through early-stage development methods that utilise extensive battery pack design studies.
AVL’s Michael Sammer presents an innovative onboard fuel consumption measurement system offering the unbeatable advantage of a one-stop-shop solution covering a maximum variety of applications.
Tobias Speth and Sebastian Klein explain how the combination of composite materials with metal parts can be enabled by increasing the static friction coefficient.
Experts from Novelis discuss innovations in the engineering of aluminium sheet intensive EV battery enclosures.
ESCRYPT’s Siddharth Shukla and Andreas Weber discuss different cyber attack prevention techniques and how to combine them with IDS sensors to protect the vehicle E/E architecture.
Dow and bdtronic discuss how the right dispensing equipment applying the very best material science can make all the difference to the production line and production time.
AVL’s Matthieu Clauet and Hongbo Sun explain customer pain points during the durability testing process and how to achieve optimum validation and development results using AI.
BASF’s Mark Staniford explains how the change of mobility will affect the car’s interior and compares today’s necessities with those of the future.
Mark White, Thorolf Schulte, and Jean-Philippe Masse discuss Alumobility’s latest aluminum auto body sheet study and how an aluminum b-pillar can save significant weight in a battery electric SUV.
KPIT’s Anders Kallerdahl and Narayan Kamath present the latest concepts for both adaptive and classic AUTOSAR.
Simon Weiss of Trinamix and BASF’s Thomas Bayerl and Michaela Liese present several innovative sensor solutions for autonomous vehicles.
Continental’s Daniel Naujack explains the importance of interior cameras for human-machine interaction in combination with other sensors.
Tuxera’s Bernd Niedermeier examines today’s automotive software and hardware development challenges and identifies ways to mitigate the associated risks.
Experts from AVL and Batemo deliver a technical deep dive on the pros and cons of different EV battery formats and shares insight from opening and physically modelling a large variety of automotive cells.
Experts from ESCRYPT explain why it is essential to use a combination of automated SIEM and human expert teams for fleet security monitoring.
BASF’s Marc Ingelmann and Mark Staniford explain how OEMs can reduce airborne and structure-borne vehicle noise using optimum material combinations and innovative NVH solutions.
Experts from AVL and Ducati discuss the advanced methodologies, tools, and facilities that helped optimize the engine performance of the motorcycle that won the 2020 MotoGP Constructors World Championship.
KPIT’s Sandeep Agarwal and Ashish Lodhi explain how OEMs can focus on new technologies by migrating the software maintenance of legacy powertrain products.