electronica Automotive Conference (eAC)—Call for Papers

The Call for Papers deadline for this year's electronica Automotive Conference expired on May 30.

The detailed conference program is available here.

Ms Kristina Blidon
E-Mail: kristina.blidon@messe-muenchen.de

The electronica Automotive Conference on November 12, 2018 kicks off with a series of presentations, forums and discussion panels focusing on the opportunities and challenges faced by the automotive electronics industry. You can now submit a paper!

Electronics continue to drive all new features and functions in vehicles at double-digit growth rates in electronic components and systems. Moreover, the range of electronic content and components is exploding, both in terms of software in electronic control units and in data clouds “outside of the car”. Thus, new, big industry players such as Google, IBM or Intel invest significant budgets and resources in order to play a major role in the future of the automotive industry.

Autonomous, Emission-free Driving: Hype, vision or already reality?
electronica Automotive Conference and Automotive Forum will focus on emission-free driving and its impact on the automotive industry. Issues are on how to organize transportation and traffic in cities and urban areas with, for example, “last mile” concepts, and on the automotive industry´s path from autonomous driving Level 2 all the way to Level 5.

Be part of the continuously growing automotive community
We would like to encourage interested companies and speakers to apply for our “Call for papers” for Automotive Conference and/or Automotive Forum presentations around HW and SW related topics on major electronica Automotive 2018 themes. The electronica Automotive Conference will take place on November 12, 2018. Automotive Forum will be a highlight in exhibition hall B4 at electronica (November 13-16, 2018).

Key topics at the Automotive Conference and Automotive Forum

  • New Semiconductor Technologies: opportunities and risks in the Automotive industry
  • Consumer components in the automobile and their reliability
  • Which storage technologies are suitable for which applications?
  • Obsolescence management
  • Embedded Software for Automotive and upcoming challenges

Who can be a speaker?
Experts from industry and research, technology specialists from manufacturers and suppliers of Automotive hardware and software components as well as experienced professionals from the industry.

What questions should be answered?
Your presentation should address the key topics and highlight the requirements and challenges that are being posed to Automotive components and systems in the future. Other additional proposals of interesting topics are also welcome. Conference language is English.

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