Discussions relating to driver assistance systems underwent a rapid development in 2015, with the departure from over-optimistic expectations to a concentration on unresolved questions and their answers. In addition to addressing the full bandwidth of relevant issues, such as markets and users, sensor systems, components and E/E architecture, the congress will also focus on the important discipline of IT security in and around the connected vehicle, which has so far received comparatively less attention. The panel discussion on this topic has an international lineup and promises to provide controversial expert opinions, as security strategies still widely differ today.
Join our presentation “DNA for autonomous driving – adapting robot architectures to AUTOSAR” by Dr. Björn Giesler, Head of Driver Assistance on April 14th at 13:00 in Session 1.
Björn will take a look at an example of robot architecture, show how it maps to AUTOSAR and also to ideas currently in focus such as distributed control systems, update over the air, cloud computing, and functional safety, and explore the possibility to migrate to this architecture for legacy and future vehicles.
The congress takes place from April 13th until April 14th in Frankfurt at the Main.
For attending this congress, please register at the the ATZ live conference website.