Events and webinars


 

Meet us virtually

Travel restrictions are in place but do not stop us from discussing the latest in automotive software development with you. Meet us virtually to learn about what’s trending with connected cars, autonomous driving, vehicle infrastructure and user experience. From our home office to your home office, our experts bring you up to date on the latest topics in automotive. Register now to set up your personal agenda:

Webinars

Dec. 1 | 2 p.m. (CET) & Dec. 9 | 2 p.m. (EST)

Spend less time on infrastructure and more on innovation with EB xelor

Category: Automated driving

Vehicle architectures are evolving from complex networks of individual electronic control units (ECUs) to a handful of ultra-powerful high-performance computers (HPCs).
The most powerful tool car makers and Tier 1s have to keep up with this rapid transition to intelligent, connected vehicles is: software differentiation that maximizes ROI while prioritizing essential infrastructure. Join our webinar with EB’s Senior HPC expert, Dr. Sebastian Ohl, to learn about a new HPC-based approach to develop and integrate secure, stable, and upgradable software stacks for next-generation HPCs that can save OEMs and Tier 1s time, resources, and money.
Europe: Dec. 1, 2 p.m. (CET): Register now
USA: Dec. 9, 2 p.m. (EST): Register now

 
 

Webinar recordings

Automated driving

 

Data-driven test and validation toolchain for ADAS and automated driving

Category: Automated driving

Efficiently capturing and managing the massive sensor data volumes required for ADAS and automated driving test and validation – up to hundreds of terabytes of data every day – poses a major challenge for the automotive industry. In this free, 60-minute webinar, we discuss how a data-driven development toolchain allows worldwide distributed engineers to test and validate algorithms and functions more efficiently.
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The faster way to test and validate your ADAS and automated driving applications

Category: Automated driving

In this free webinar, experts from Elektrobit share insights into the EB Assist ADTF 3 testing and validation tool, which captures, time-stamps, synchronizes and replays data to speed up the ADAS / AD development process, from prototype to serial production.
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A trunk full of data: Enabling immense data intake for tomorrow’s automated vehicles

Category: Automated driving

Experts from Elektrobit and Equinix discuss ways to manage the massive volumes of data required for ADAS and automated driving development
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How to easily create an electronic horizon for R&D

Category: Automated driving

Elektrobit demonstrates how the EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit generates an ADASIS electronic horizon in a development environment
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From ADAS to HAD: Building trust in automation with location technology, Electronic Horizon and platform capabilities

Category: Automated driving

Experts from HERE Technologies, Elektrobit and Continental discuss the adoption of ADAS and AD and the role of location technology, electronic horizon software and platform connectivity in evolving decision making in assisted and automated driving.
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Hardware-in-the-Loop solutions for ADAS ECU function test and validation

Category: Automated driving

Wolfgang Völkel, Senior Software Engineer at Elektrobit, provides insight into scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) solutions for ADAS ECU validation, showing how to ingest, track, and reprocess petabytes of vehicle test data with hundreds of HiL units working in parallel.
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Vehicle infrastructure

 

Timing & execution protection on vehicle safety-related software applications

Category: Vehicle infrastructure

Roman Iseler discusses how to monitor the time domain in a multi-core safety system by utilizing the features of the EB tresos Safety TimE Protection module
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A tool and workflow approach for automotive ECUs using AUTOSAR Classic

Category: Vehicle infrastructure

Elektrobit’s Jochen Steuerwald demonstrates a typical workflow using EB’s solution for AUTOSAR Classic, including EB tresos AutoCore, an implementation of the AUTOSAR basic software modules, and EB tresos Studio for configuring these modules and translating the configuration into code
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How to execute distributed system-wide cause-effect chains in next-gen cars

Category: Vehicle infrastructure

Using the Logical Execution Time (LET) paradigm, Elektrobit’s Dr Sebastian Ohl showcases a solution using a high-performance ADAS system and a safety ECU running AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic
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Connected car

 

Entering the connected world – High Performance Computer as cornerstone for the future of the software-defined vehicle

Category: Connected car

Experts from Continental and Elektrobit outline the general trends in in-vehicle architectures with HPCs and share experience with Adaptive and Classic AUTOSAR platforms
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User experience

 

From vision to reality: Designing the car cockpit of the future

Category: User experience

In this webinar, human-machine interface development experts from Elektrobit and Unity discuss how to integrate Unity’s real-time 3D rendering technology into EB GUIDE, Elektrobit’s comprehensive HMI development toolchain
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How to use artificial intelligence to automate vehicle user interface tests

Category: User experience

Borislav Nazarski, EB’s testing and validation expert explains how to overcome the challenges involved in automating UI tests.
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Smart Dialogs for In-Vehicle Infotainment

Category: User experience

Experts at Elektrobit outline a brand agnostic solution to create smart dialogs for in-vehicle infotainment using voice assistants
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From prototype to production: the evolution of an automotive cluster HMI project

Category: User experience

Elektrobit’s Jörg Scherer shares best practices for a cluster HMI project that evolves from prototype to production-ready
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Virtual development of Augmented Reality HUD solutions

Category: User experience

Experts from Elektrobit and ANSYS demonstrate how optical simulation and virtual prototyping can help to solve the challenges of HUD design
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Bring your UX to the next level with EB GUIDE, EB’s HMI development toolchain

Category: User experience

Elektrobit’s HMI development tooling expert outlines how EB GUIDE can help take your user experience to the next level
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Finding the balance between autonomous driving, infotainment systems and safety

Category: User experience

Elektrobit’s head of User Experience and User Interface Design discusses the impact of autonomous driving systems on cars as an experience space
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Agile development

 

Combined application of agile practices and functional safety in automotive software development

Category: Agile development

This webinar describes how agile practices can be combined with the application of the functional safety standard ISO 26262 when developing safety-related automotive embedded software. It bases on results from a ZVEI working group. Misconceptions regarding the compatibility of safety and agile will be discussed as well as some common challenges and solution approaches.
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Why Scrum for embedded automotive software can do more than your manager thinks

Category: Agile development

In this free webinar, Dr. Joachim Schlosser, Senior Manager at Elektrobit, explores why Scrum may be the best choice—and it’s probably for different reasons than your manager expects
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Event recordings

Who needs voice? – Recording of the Car HMI 2020

Category: User Experience

Currently, voice assistants in the vehicle are mainly used for simple commands, such as finding a destination or making a call. Conveying information via speech is fast and safe, when drivers need to keep two hands on the wheel. For voice to evolve, what needs to happen to make the shift to really becoming an assistant to the driver?
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Linux in an IEC 61508 Automotive Safety Environment (SIL-2)

Category: Vehicle infrastructure

For the ELISA May workshop of the Linux foundation, Elektrobit and emlix teamed up to break down the inner workings of applying Linux in an IEC 61508 Automotive Safety Environment (SIL-2). We are excited to contribute to this open-source project and are happy to share an insightful session with you!
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