Industry Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Is the Connected Car Ready for Autonomy?

April 4, 2018
TU Automotive/Hyundai Motor America/Karma Automotive/WirelessCar

The autonomous vehicle experience will be heavily reliant on connectivity, but is our connectivity good enough? Assess the tech. e.g. 5G & the business models that will help the industry deliver.

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How Much Safety is Necessry - Derivation of the ISO 26262 Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)

April 17, 2018
Elektrobit

Choosing the right ASIL level is a balancing act between unnecessary costs and unreasonable risk. this webinar discusses the derivation of ASIL as a key aspect of new development.

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The Growing and Transformative Impact of Technology on the Auto Industry

April 26, 2018
Automotive News / OESA

Covering the impact of advanced vehicle technology on the automotive industry, including current and future technology trends and their impact, including: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and vehicle automation, cybersecurity, connectivity, and fuel economy regulations and electrification.

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Past Webinars

Updating the ITS Knowledge Resource Databases to Better Analyze, Plan, and Evaluate Your ITS Projects

Available Until: March 2019
ITS Deployment Evaluation/USDOT ITS JPO Noblis

What are the benefits of this technology and what performance metrics can be used? This webinar will briefly show how to use data from the ITS costs, benefits, and lessons learned databases to plan, justify, and evaluate your next ITS project.

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Blockchain for Automotive Through a Mobility Transaction Platform

Available Until: March 2019
IBM

IBM’s Global Automotive Center of Competence has defined four major groups that will be revolutionized by Blockchain technology. In this session, you will learn more about these major automotive initiatives, specifically electronic car wallets set up for the next generation of mobility services.

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Bringing the Power of Imaging Rada to Autonomous Driving

Available Until: March 2019
Automotive IQ/Arbe Robotics

The autonomous driving industry requires a sensor that performs at real time in all lighting and weather conditions. In addition, in a world where autonomous cars may drive one towards the other on highways at high speeds, the sensor must be able to “see” them coming from 300 meters away, track velocity, and detect distance.

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Connected Commercial Vehicles: Platooning, ADAS, Autonomous - More Than Mere Buzzwords

Available Until: March 2019
SAE/dSpace/ETAS/Kontron/FLIR

How we get from advanced driver assistance systems and wireless connectivity that enable platooning to fully autonomous operations. Topics covered include the latest in ADAS technologies, V2X real-world applications, and vehicle architecture for ADAS and autonomous driving, as well as progression to real-time machine-made decisions and machine learning.

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ITS Deployment Tracking Survey: Connected Vehicle Technologies and Beyond

Available Until: March 2019
ITS Deployment Evaluation/USDOT ITS JPO Oak Ridge National Laboratory/Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

To what extent are agencies planning to deploy connected vehicle technologies? This interactive session will seek participant feedback on the types of advanced technologies and deployment information that future deployment tracking surveys should collect.

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EVs: Global Regulatory Trends, Regional Products, and Local Infrastructure

Available Until: March 2019
Center for Automotive Research

The global automotive regulatory climate is diverging, with roughly two-thirds of the world’s car markets making an effort to shift away from internal combustion engines (ICEs), while the other third takes a much more restrained pathway. This free 60-minute webinar will highlight regional differences, and discuss how this market bifurcation may play out.

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ITS Deployment Tracking: 2016 Survey Findings on Current Levels and Trends

Available Until: February 2019
ITS Deployment Evaluation/USDOT ITS JPO/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

What are the deployment trends in surveillance and advanced detection technology? This webinar will answer some of the biggest questions regarding ITS deployment in the United States by focusing on key findings from the 2016 survey and highlights trends in ITS deployment.

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Reconfigurable Chips for Automated/Connected and Cyber-Secure Vehicles

Available Until: February 2019
SAE/Kontron/National Instruments/Molex

 Increased influence of artificial intelligence also will make customization more important, as vehicle OEMs use software as a differentiator. Devices that make it simple to alter hardware to match changes in algorithms and software are expected to become more practical.

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On the Road to Full Autonomy

Available Until: February 2019
dSpace Inc.

Automakers and new mobility companies, and their major suppliers, are scrambling to develop automated driving systems for Level 3 and beyond. This webinar will look at the major technology trends and challenges of the fast-growing industry and how engineers are developing, simulating, and testing systems that are soon reaching production.

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Connected Cars. Disconnected Owners: Four Opportunities to Engage Drivers

Available Until: February 2019
Kantar TNS

Insights into the disconnect between connected car owners and the benefits of using connected vehicle technology, and four opportunities to engage drivers and fuel growth.

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Preparing the Energy Grid for Electrified and Autonomous Vehicles

Available Until: December 2018
SAE/Mercedes-Benz Energy America/NREL/City of Beverly Hills

Developed for design engineers, managers, and development executives working on electric vehicles as well as non-technical municipal managers and city planners, three experts will discuss today’s landscape, what steps are being taken for the future, and what will be needed 10 to 20 years from now.

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Learn how Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) increase stability and reliability in automotive electronics

Available Until: December 2018
Charged Electric Vehicle Magazine/Honeywell

Learn how TIMs developed for automotive electronics where tough conditions and long product life cycles converge, including applications in EV/HEV power modules where TIMs can account for 50% of the thermal resistance.

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The Making of an Autonomous Car - More than a Bucket of Bolts and Bits

Available Until: December 2018
Automotive Megatrends/Renesas Autonomy

Autonomous cars will depend on extensive data supplied by LiDAR and other sensors carefully integrated into the vehicle, and data-rich 3D maps and an understanding of the correlation of current and intended location. Experts will discuss the collaboration between the emerging cost-optimised solid-state LiDAR industry and the mapping technology needed to make sense of it.

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Connected Vehicles & Cybersecurity: How Government and Industry are Responding to New IoT Tech and Emerging Threats

Available Until: November 2018
SAE/Cognitio/Karamba Security/McDermott Will & Emery

Cybersecurity is critical to the connected vehicles that consumers demand. With threats evolving as rapidly as the technology integrated into today's vehicles, a unified approach to secure our vehicles is mandatory.

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Innovations for the Global Powertrain Revolution

Available Until: November 2018
Automotive Megatrends/TE Connectivity

The automotive powertrain evolution requires innovative solutions to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing power demands of electric, hydrogen, hybrid and gas-powered vehicles. TE Connectivity’s rich engineering history and broad portfolio of powertrain parts, components and sensors provide a solid foundation to support and propel this evolution.

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Lightweighting with Composites and Plastics

Available Until: November 2018
SAE/Toray/BTG Labs/Dana/Proto Labs/IDI Composites Intl

The automotive sector is asking more than ever from plastics engineers to reduce vehicle weight. Presents trends and advances in automotive lightweighting plastic/composite formulations, as well as processes to expand applicability for high-volume manufacturing.

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Autonomous Vehicle Standards: A Comprehensive Discussion

Available Until: November 2018
SAE/National Instruments

Vehicle Connectivity is revolutionizing personal mobility as profoundly as the invention of the automobile did 130 years ago. Such complex integrated vehicle systems, especially in the widely connected smart environment rely on universal and agreed sets of standards to ensure accuracy, reliability, and performance.

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Mobility of Tomorrow: Will All Be Different?  Will All Be Better?

Available Until: October 2017
Automotive News/SAP

With the exponentially expanding technological capabilities in the automotive industry, today’s experts must take an innovative, disruptive and holistic approach to succeed. Through digital transformation, many business processes are being reformed, but without proper preparation and perspective, it will be difficult to keep up.

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The Making of an Autonomous Car

Available Until: October 2018
Automotive Megatrends/Renesas

It is no longer a black art to build a car that drives itself under testing conditions. Complex hardware and sensor kits are available and free software has been put into open source.  What is missing?  Production readiness.  Before a car can be built in series production, many technical challenges need to be solved, the most important surrounding safety.

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In the Race to Autonomous Driving, Are We Forgetting the User?

Available Until: October 2018
Elektrobit

A roadmap for the future, including: how in-car interfaces can be designed to deliver user-specific experiences by leveraging machine learning; the roles that will be played by usage-, user- and context-specific information; and whether complexity impacts the development of intuitive user interfaces. Finally: are we, indeed, forgetting the user?

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The Three C's of Success for Connected Vehicles

Available Until: September 2018
Automotive News/IBM

Though connected vehicles are now abundant in most markets, they have not yet become an indispensable staple in consumers’ lives. A number of improved features are needed to compel car customers to demand connected services as an extension of their vehicle usage.

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The Powertrain Revolution

Available Until: September 2018
SAE/TE Connectivity

The fast-paced, customer-driven automotive industry has taken on the challenges of rapidly changing power demands for electric, hydrogen, hybrid, and gas-powered vehicles. Discover how tightening regulations, global competition, and demands for safer vehicles plac the powertrain front and center in technological development.

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Open Standards: A Path to Accelerate Autonomous Driving

Available Until: September 2018
Automotive News/WIND

Given the complexity of autonomous driving – and with so much at risk – the need for industry-wide coordination and best practices is critical to affect real change for the masses. Innovative technology is merely one piece of a complex process to get autonomous cars on the road.

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Sensor Fusion and ADAS

Available Until: July 2018
SAE/Valeo/PLI/dSPACE

How to derive maximum performance from collaborative sensor technology and continue reducing system cost, as well as the outlook for how – and when – sensor fusion is expected to integrate with machine-learning and artificial-intelligence advances.

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Fast-Tracking ADAS and Autonomous Vehicle Development with Simulation

Available Until: June 2018
SAE/ANSYS

Describes six specific areas where simulation is essential in the development of autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems. Shows the benefits of simulation and identifies the tools needed for ADAS and autonomous vehicle simulation.

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The Evolution of ADAS: Testing Systems that Include Cameras, Radar, and Sensor Fusion

Available Until: June 2018
SAE/National Instruments

Test requirements for camera and radar technology are rapidly changing as they become more safety critical. A test system built on a scalable and flexible architecture can adapt quickly as ADAS technologies and autonomous vehicle systems keep evolving.

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Leading Edge AI Technology in Automotive - with Watson

Available Until: April 2018
Automotive News/IBM

Cognitive driving, made with Watson, introduces the future driving experience with cars that learn driver behaviors and sense and respond to the vehicle and the surrounding environment to continually enhance the ride.

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Hybrid & EV Propulsion

Available Until: April 2018
SAE/Altair/dSPACE/ Intertek

New vehicle electrical architectures, including 48-V hybrid systems and lower-cost EV drives, are poised to play a major role in future vehicles. Experts discuss what’s over the technology horizon and what challenges engineers face as the plug-in future approaches.

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