Carhs hosts the “SafetyWeek”, a platform for the full spectrum of technologies and products for the future automotive safety and its engineering. The thematic events of the SafetyWeek are grouped by themes to allow the visitors to get the most benefit. One of the events during this congress is the “Cooperation Forum Advanced Driver Assistance Systems”: New driver assistance systems will significantly change traffic. Increasingly powerful digital technologies allow today the networking of vehicles with their environment and let the vision of highly automated driving step by step into reality. The 13th Cooperation Forum Driver Assistance Systems introduces trends and innovations.
Join Jürgen Ludwig, Senior Manager Business Development, as he presents “Mind the gap! Driving assistance systems from development to serial use”. On May 12th, Jürgen will talk about the essential components of developing future ADAS and highly automated driving systems.

Aschaffenburg, Germany
May 10 - 12, 2016
EB presentation

On day two of this conference devoted to everything functional safety, our expert for ECU architecture, Rudolf Grave, will present “The Safe State: Design Patterns and Degradation Mechanisms for Fail-Operational Systems.”

Graz, Austria
May 10 - 11, 2016

Specific areas including fully autonomous vehicles, ADAS and predictive intelligence are the future for the automotive industry. On top of this, connected car systems are moving forwards and increased uptake provides a significant long term monetisation opportunity.
Future & Connected Cars in 2016 will provide the opportunity to engage with automotive R&D centres in Silicon Valley and tap into an entirely new audience including industry players focused on the internet of things, autonomous drive, V2X and predictive intelligence.
Join the panel discussion with Manuela Papadopol, Director business Development at EB.

Santa Clara Convention Center, USA
May 10 - 12, 2016
panel discussion

Come join technical experts at the Inn at St. John’s to discuss the latest developments in driver assistance, connected car solutions, human machine interfaces, functional safety, security, software integration, and more. Dive deep with insightful explorations of the latest ideas and advancements, and expand your knowledge of automotive software in Q&A sessions with EB experts.

Plymouth, MI, USA
June 7, 2016
EB presentation

During the 20th annual Congress, “Advances in Automotive Electronics” decision-makers in automotive electrics/electronics will convene for an industry conference to discuss the five core themes: Connected Car, Automated Driving, Electro Mobility, Infotainment/Connectivity and Architectures.
Visit our booth #30 to meet our top level management and to learn more about EB’s new remote diagnostics tool, EB cadian, a solution that gives real-time insights from the road, after a vehicle has left the OEMs production plant.

Ludwigsburg Germany
June 14 - 15, 2016
EB booth

Car HMI Europe is a well-established international knowledge exchange platform bringing together all stakeholders playing an active role in HMI & User Experience scene. Over 2 days you will get the chance to discuss the opportunities as well as challenges in Car HMI that lie ahead of the industry. The event offers inspirational keynotes and well moderated, interactive world café sessions, workshops, briefings, panel discussions and networking activities.
Join Matthias Hampel, Head of Technology and Innovation HMI at EB when he presents “Driver centered user experience ” and meet HMI experts at our booth.

Berlin, Germany
June 20 - 21, 2016
EB presentation

Do you want to learn more about how to successfully migrate ECUs from single-core to multi-core technology? Or what about implementing AUTOSAR and functional safety on a multi-core device? Join us at EMCC 2016 to find out.
We’re co-sponsoring this unique three-day forum with our partners Infineon, Timing-Architects, and iSYSTEM, with the goal of bringing together expert embedded-systems developers for an exchange of views and experiences. We’ve also invited renowned speakers from the automotive industry to discuss current development challenges in multi-core ECUs.
Find out more about the conference, workshops, speakers, and registration opportunities. We look forward to meeting you there!

Munich, Germany
June 28 - 30, 2016

The trend towards the networked vehicle brings a whole new set of challenges for the automotive industry in terms of IT security. In future, it is not only the classic IT security issues that will play an important role; in perspective, modern vehicles are inconceivable without online connections, big data streams, processing of sensor data etc. and IT security in vehicles has become the central issue.
On June 30th, EB’s Head of Technology and Innovation Connected Car, Thomas Fleischmann, will give a speech on “Anonymity and Security in a Scalable Cloud Environment”. Topics will include services to ensure anonymity, the effects of DevOps on software quality and security and how to secure the cloud IT campus.

Düsseldorf, Germany
June 29 - 30, 2016

The automotive revolution gets its trade fair: the international “ConCarExpo”. Visit Elektrobit at booth E.22 and experience the latest software solutions for connected car and automated driving. In addition to our configurable remote diagnostic solution, EB will present a new, pioneering approach for highly automated driving. Stay tuned for some news on June 29th and join EB´s presentation on “Robot architectures for highly automated driving” on the ConCarExpo Messeforum on Wednesday, June 29, at 15:30.

Düsseldorf, Germany
June 29 - 30, 2016

Software for the automotive industry