Thursday, July 27, 2017
Check-in and Breakfast
Artur Seidel, VP Elektrobit Americas
Next Generation Software Architecture using Adaptive AUTOSAR
(the presentation was not released by the presenter)
ADAS, Connectivity, and Electrification of vehicles is driving an exponential increase in complexity of ECU Architectures. Newer ECU Architectures need more dynamic and powerful software platforms to fulfil their performance, safety, and security requirements. Adaptive AUTOSAR is fast becoming the Software platform of choice. This presentation will introduce the Adaptive AUTOSAR Architecture and EB’s tresos studio which will serve as development environment for this platform.
Dheeraj Sharma, Sr. Software Engineer
Jared Combs, Software Engineer
Both the complexity and software content of automotive electronic systems are increasing rapidly. At the same time, the demand for more software and system testing is growing. This need is being driven by requirements from the ISO 26262 standard and the necessity to reduce software-driven recalls, which have been significantly rising over the past few years.
This 30-minute Presentation focuses on the use of Virtual Hardware ECUs to enable automotive Tier 1 and OEM companies to achieve higher testing throughput to reach their software testing and quality objectives. Virtual Hardware ECUs represent a virtual automotive system test bench and are available prior to physical hardware. They enable the fast execution of entire software stacks (including base software and application software).
The Presentation examines how to establish a Virtual Hardware ECU and integrate it into an automotive test bench (virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop). It also discusses how to perform software development, integration, and test tasks including fault and coverage testing, as well as regression testing. Also included are real and proven deployment use cases from automotive industry leaders.
Jason Niatas, Product Solution Sales Manager
Lunch & Networking
Jeffery Ballmann, Team Manager
Disruptive new technologies such as augmented reality and personal voice assistants, connectivity and changing consumer preferences are impacting the way carmakers build their cars. Nowhere is this reflected more than in the user interfaces in the car and the way consumers interact with them. Learn how EB’s suite of HMI solutions can deliver great in-car user experience that is personalized and contextualized. Discover how to leverage personal voice assistants to offer seamless interaction between the car and its occupants. With the growing complexity of technology, find out how to bring together disparate systems to deliver a user experience that is simple and yet intuitive.
Dan Henderlong, Sr. Software Engineer
In a connected car environment, remote analytics promise a better future for both carmakers and consumers. With EB’s software solutions for intelligent remote services, carmakers can not only gain an in-depth understanding of vehicle fleets based on targeted, temporary data collection tasks but can also update their software over the air through a secure connectivity gateway. Learn how EB’s Connected Car solutions enable connectivity and management of a vehicle´s lifecycle. Find out how you can deliver new features and applications wirelessly resulting in improved performance and fast fixes.
Tom Fleischmann, Head of Technology, Connected Car
Demo + Break
Roman Iseler, Product Manager
Closing Remarks & Networking
Damian Barnett, Director, Elektrobit Automotive Americas, Inc.