CVTA President Scott McCormick discusses the role that connectivity will play in the future of transportation, and explains the importance of the shift from reactive to preventative safety.
Cybellum’s Eyal Traitel discusses the current state of automotive cybersecurity and explains how stakeholders can prepare for the WP.29 regulation.
Leo Gergs of ABI Research discusses 5G applications and use cases in the automotive and smart transportation sectors, and explains how the technology will support safer, more efficient road traffic.
Experts from Accenture and Method Park discuss how to streamline engineering with a model-based product development process (PDP).
AVL’s Andreas Aldrian provides insight into how the company’s automotive IoT platform for data-driven business will provide instant data availability with the highest security standards.
Experts from Regulus Cyber discuss new developments in sensor fusion, SLAM, and GNSS cyber defence as the next step for navigation in driverless cars.
FEV’s Marius Zubel presents a modelling framework for fuel cell systems.
Experts from Ricardo demonstrate the company’s enhanced transmission design toolset and outline a real-world application for hybrid drivelines.
AVL’s Michael Bires explains how effective thermal management strategies can help automakers improve the efficiency of electric vehicles.
ZF’s Dr. Gahl Berkooz explains how automakers can capitalize on consumer and vehicle data to improve the user experience.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the challenges and opportunities for fuel cell technology in heavy duty commercial vehicles.
Upstream Security’s Dan Sahar provides insight into the requirements and best practices for designing a security operation center for connected vehicles.
Experts from OpenSynergy and GENIVI discuss the benefits of standardization in the use of in-vehicle hypervisors.