electronica Automotive Conference—Program

96 percent of those who attended the electronica Automotive Conference in 2014 said that they were satisfied to very satisfied.

The electronica Automotive Conference consits of 18 30-minute lectures that are broken down into three tracks that run simultaneously. One highlight has been the three keynotes at the beginning of the conference. The conference concluded with the panel discussion “The Secure Connected (Self-driving) Car” at the end of the day.

Time Topic, Speaker
9:45 Conference Opening
by Falk Senger, Messe München &
Peter Gresch, OptE GP Consulting
10:00 Keynote: Autonomous Trucks—A Global Perspective
Steve Nadig, Daimler Trucks North America
10:30 Keynote: Trends in Interior Electronics: “Automotive meets CE”
Dr. Ludger Laufenberg, Kostal
11:00 Keynote: Semiconductors as a key enabler for the transition of the automotive industry
Dr. Reinhard Ploss, Infineon Technologies


Time Topic, Speaker
12:00 Architectures: the scalable way towards 2030
Pascal Degardins, Valeo
12:30 Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) and Smart Cities (SC)—An effective symbiosis
Bernd Lübben, Cohda Wireless
Dr. Claus Beringer, Siemens
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Approaches to automotive software updates. Challenges and security implications.
Wolfgang Lenders, BMW Car IT
14:30 Open Source: a fad (another trend) or with a bigger impact to automotive?
Martin Schleicher, Elektrobit
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Challenges of the SOTA (Software over the AIR) implementation from semiconductor's view
Dietmar Messner, Infineon Technologies
16:00 With security in the fast lane—a holistic approach to automotive security
Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT
16:30 Coffee break
16:45 Panel discussion “The secure connected (selfdriving) car”
Introduction: Bernhard Schmid, Continental
Participants: Manfred Bauer, Flexera; Pierre Girard, Gemalto; Dr. Stefan Hofschen, Infineon Technologies; Lars Reger, NXP; Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT.
  • Safety and security
    Time Topic, Speaker
    12:00 Architectures: the scalable way towards 2030
    Pascal Degardins, Valeo
    12:30 Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) and Smart Cities (SC)—An effective symbiosis
    Bernd Lübben, Cohda Wireless
    Dr. Claus Beringer, Siemens
    13:00 Lunch break
    14:00 Approaches to automotive software updates. Challenges and security implications.
    Wolfgang Lenders, BMW Car IT
    14:30 Open Source: a fad (another trend) or with a bigger impact to automotive?
    Martin Schleicher, Elektrobit
    15:00 Coffee break
    15:30 Challenges of the SOTA (Software over the AIR) implementation from semiconductor's view
    Dietmar Messner, Infineon Technologies
    16:00 With security in the fast lane—a holistic approach to automotive security
    Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT
    16:30 Coffee break
    16:45 Panel discussion “The secure connected (selfdriving) car”
    Introduction: Bernhard Schmid, Continental
    Participants: Manfred Bauer, Flexera; Pierre Girard, Gemalto; Dr. Stefan Hofschen, Infineon Technologies; Lars Reger, NXP; Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT.
  • Autonomous driving
    Time Topic, Speaker
    12:00 Radiography of a car's brain
    Alina Maria Rota, Autoliv
    12:30 Sensors for automated driving—a MEMS perspective
    Dr. Markus Sonnemann, Bosch
    13:00 Lunch break
    14:00 The Fail-Operational Challenge for next Generation Automated Driving
    Dr. Stefan Poledna, TTTech Computertechnik
    14:30 360° Surround Sensing Technologies (Cameras, Radar, Lidar, Ultrasonic) for Autonomous Driving
    Josef Stockinger, STMicroelectronics
    15:00 Coffee break
    15:30 Multicore SOCs—effective usage, scaling and impact on safety and availability
    Stefan Singer, NXP
    16:00 An Integrated Model-Based Platform for ADAS Design and Test
    Daniel Riedelbauch and Simon Nüsseler, National Instruments
    16:30 Coffee break
    16:45 Panel discussion “The secure connected (selfdriving) car”
    Introduction: Bernhard Schmid, Continental
    Participants: Manfred Bauer, Flexera; Pierre Girard, Gemalto; Dr. Stefan Hofschen, Infineon Technologies; Lars Reger, NXP; Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT.
  • Interior electronics
    Time Topic, Speaker
    12:00 The AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
    Simon Fürst, BMW Group for AUTOSAR
    12:30 New solutions for in-car ambient lighting
    Andreas Klage, DRÄXLMAIER Group
    13:00 Lunch break
    14:00 Life-enhancing
    Hans Roth, Harman
    14:30 Climate comfort concepts of the future for electrified vehicles
    Klaus Kübler, MAHLE Behr
    15:00 Coffee break
    15:30 Smart HMI Concepts for next generation car lines
    Dr. Matthias Lust, Preh
    16:00 Evolution of the automotive HMI—Bringing the Automotive Assistant to life
    Arnd Weil, Nuance Communications
    16:30 Coffee break
    16:45 Panel discussion “The secure connected (selfdriving) car”
    Introduction: Bernhard Schmid, Continental
    Participants: Manfred Bauer, Flexera; Pierre Girard, Gemalto; Dr. Stefan Hofschen, Infineon Technologies; Lars Reger, NXP; Dr. Thomas Wollinger, ESCRYPT.
  • Program committee

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    • Peter Gresch

      Peter Gresch
      Chairman of program committee
      OptE GP Consulting

    • Hans Adlkofer

      Hans Adlkofer
      Infineon Technologies AG

    • Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler

      Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler
      Mektec Europe GmbH

    • Claas Bracklo

      Claas Bracklo
      BMW AG

    • Dr. Heinz-Georg Burghoff

      Dr. Heinz-Georg Burghoff
      Horegulus Consulting

    • Dr. Peter Geiselhart

      Dr. Peter Geiselhart
      ELMOS Semiconductor AG

    • Helmut Keller

      Helmut Keller
      Automotive Electronics Reliability Committee SAE International

    • Dr. Hans-Gerd Krekels

      Dr. Hans-Gerd Krekels
      ZF TRW, ZF Friedrichshafen AG

    • Martin Schleicher

      Martin Schleicher
      Elektrobit Automotive GmbH

    • Josef Schriek

      Josef Schriek
      Autoliv B. V. & Co. KG

    • Christoph Stoppok

      Christoph Stoppok
      ZVEI e.V.

    • Jean-Francois Tarabbia

      Jean-Francois Tarabbia
      Valeo

    • Jürgen Weyer

      Jürgen Weyer
      NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH

    • Peter Gresch

      Peter Gresch
      Chairman of program committee
      OptE GP Consulting

    • Hans Adlkofer

      Hans Adlkofer
      Infineon Technologies AG

    • Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler

      Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler
      Mektec Europe GmbH

    • Claas Bracklo

      Claas Bracklo
      BMW AG

    • Dr. Heinz-Georg Burghoff

      Dr. Heinz-Georg Burghoff
      Horegulus Consulting

    • Dr. Peter Geiselhart

      Dr. Peter Geiselhart
      ELMOS Semiconductor AG

    • Helmut Keller

      Helmut Keller
      Automotive Electronics Reliability Committee SAE International

    • Dr. Hans-Gerd Krekels

      Dr. Hans-Gerd Krekels
      ZF TRW, ZF Friedrichshafen AG

    • Martin Schleicher

      Martin Schleicher
      Elektrobit Automotive GmbH

    • Josef Schriek

      Josef Schriek
      Autoliv B. V. & Co. KG

    • Christoph Stoppok

      Christoph Stoppok
      ZVEI e.V.

    • Jean-Francois Tarabbia

      Jean-Francois Tarabbia
      Valeo

    • Jürgen Weyer

      Jürgen Weyer
      NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH

 
 
 
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