• Industry Webinars

    Upcoming Webinars

    How to Make More Efficient Electrified Vehicles through Simulation

    June 25, 2019
    Automotive World/AVL

    PHEVs, are characterised by energy conversions and multiple energy sources: purely electrical or combined driving, recuperative or dissipative braking etc. This webinar discusses how to optimise the energy consumption of the entire system, while respecting the individual demands of performance and drivability.

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    How to Optimise Thermal Management for Battery Electric Vehicles

    June 26, 2019
    Automotive World/AVL

    Fast charging scenarios lead to huge heat rejections, which need to be efficiently extracted from the thermal system. There is a gap between simulation and testing for thermal management. To frontload thermal management tasks on testbeds requires dynamic conditioning units and accurate simulation models.

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    How to Achieve the Next Steps in Engine Efficiency for Hybrid Vehicles

    June 27, 2019
    Automotive World/Ricardo

    A new range of technology building blocks become available from powertrain hybridisation, and can be effectively combined by 1-D and 3-D analysis to maximise their contribution.

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    How to Efficiently Separate Automotive Functions within a Multi-Core System

    July 1, 2019
    Automotive World/Elektrobit

    A virtual ECU concept that enables at least two software instances on separated cores, and is a perfect solution for the separation of functions within a multi-core system.

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    System-Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA) - Introduction to a New Safety Approach

    July 2, 2019
    Automotive World/ Elektrobit

    Many road incidents have occurred due to a lack of consideration for the action states of a system, and this shows that it is not enough to consider reliability purely on a component level; the interaction between each individual component must also be considered.

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    How 5G and C-V2X is Creating a Smarter, More Connected Car Experience

    July 3, 2019
    Automotive World/Qualcomm

    The automotive industry is going through an unprecedented period. The foundational technologies and user experiences that have made the smartphone the largest technology platform in human history are now enabling innovation across almost every sector, and automotive is no exception.

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    Engineered Materials a Reliable Answer to EV Battery Thermal Sensitivity

    July 3, 2019
    Automotive IQ/Hutchinson

    Making a battery compartment insensitive to outside temperatures is a simple way to restore a significant energy capacity. Testing and demonstration show that a full pack insulation does not require higher performance liquid cooling and/or bigger heat pump.

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    Revealed: The State of Automotive Software Development in 2019

    July 10, 2019
    Automotive IQ/Perforce

    What’s keeping automotive software developers up at night? How much are new trends (like connected/autonomous vehicles) impacting development teams? And how are they managing their work and complying with regulations?

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    Developing Higher Density Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries

    July 11, 2019
    SAE/MBRAUN.ThermoFisher Scientific

    Developing better materials for lithium-ion batteries requires a variety of analytical methods and evaluation materials, as well as a better understanding of the mechanisms involved in charge/discharge cycles. This webinar discusses the different analytical techniques used in characterization of battery materials.

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    Take the Next Step in Automated Driving with a Comprehensive Development Tool

    July 16, 2019
    Automotive World/Elektrobit

    In this webinar will share in-depth insight into the present and future requirements of a sophisticated development environment for automated driving, and how this ties in with Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation and cloud-based validation.

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    Past Webinars

    Checking All Boxes for Safe, Secure, and Functional Automotive Software

    Available Until: June 2020
    dSpace/OpenSystems Media

    The emergence of the software-defined vehicle - and all the code that comes with it - implies an increase in engineering requirements. Developers now face functional and safety requirements in addition to security provisions that will protect connected cars.

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    Simulation for Testing and Analysis of Autonomous Vehicles

    Available Until: June 2020
    SAE/Siemens/Rohde&Schwarz/National Instruments/FLIR/intertek

    With the spate of public highway accidents of autonomous vehicles, the conversation has become more intense regarding the need for simulation testing to reduce risky on-road testing and – more important – to accumulate the billions of miles said to be needed to develop robust vehicle software and operating systems.

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    How Automakers can Streamline Development of Connected Services

    Available Until: June 2020
    Automotive News/HERE Technologies

    Build and grow connected service portfolios while reducing development expenditure and time-to-market. Get started with off-the-shelf services. Take advantage of ‘navigation as a platform’ when developing connected services. Work with third parties to build unique services and deliver ready-to-use functionality.

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    Modeling Capacity Fade of Lithium-Ion Cells

    Available Until: June 2020
    Charged/COMSOL

    This presentation will focus on the development of the equations used to produce a physics-based model of a lithium-ion cell that includes capacity fade due to the formation of the solid-electrolyte interface (SEI) and lithium metal plating on the anode.

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    How to Efficiently Separate Automotive Functions within a Multi-Core System

    Available Until: June 2020
    Automotive World/Elektrobit

    The separation of functional components within one ECU must be guaranteed, and can be enabled via a multi-core system. Additionally, the interaction of safety requirements must be considered and applied.

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    How Location Intelligence is Shaping the Future of Mobility

    Available Until: June 2020
    Automotive World/HERE

    New mobility providers are targeting global coverage, yet many are still on the journey toward profitability. Technology for efficient fleet management and trip planning can support the growth of these organisations by helping them reduce costs and improve operational efficiency in the near-term.

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    Developing Safe and Secure Autonomous Vehicles Across Industries

    Available Until: May 2020
    SAE/ANSYS

    Autonomous systems can only be released to the public after developers have demonstrated their ability to achieve adequately high levels of safety. This webinar discusses how to design, validate, and test your autonomous vehicle safely.

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    DC Fast Charging: A Thermal Challenge

    Available Until: May 2020
    SAE/TE Connectivity

    EV powertrains have improved remarkably in recent years to extend range, reduce costs, and improve the driving experience. Faster charging times will drive greater consumer acceptance of full electric vehicles. This webinar focuses on the vehicle-side thermal equation in relation to DC fast charging and looks at the basic elements of the typical thermal interfaces that link the DC fast charging inlet to the vehicle battery.

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    The Forgotten Side of Automotive Cybersecurity - Protecting Navigation & Sensors

    Available Until: May 2020
    Automotive iQ/Regulus

    Sensors and Satellite Navigation are the core components of modern ADAS and autonomous navigation systems. However, these systems are highly vulnerable to hacking attacks such as spoofing and jamming.

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    OpenVPX Technology: Roadmap to the Future

    Available Until: April 2020
    SAE/VITA/Pentek/Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

    VPX specifications have largely been focused at the board level, but there is also a need for considering system-level requirements to improve interoperability and reduce customization, testing, cost, and risk.

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    Structural Bonding for Multi-Material Lightweight Vehicles

    Available Until: April 2020
    Center for Automotive Research

    As the automotive industry develops more lightweight, safe, and affordable car bodies, tehy will depend not only on the availability of lightweight materials and forming technologies, but also on cost-efficient and reliable joining technologies for multi-material design.

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    Inertial Navigation for ADAS

    Available Until: April 2020
    Autonomous Vehicle Technology/muRata

    The role of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in the automotive sector is growing, not least because of their importance to future connected and autonomous vehicles. In this webinar, we look at the five stages of ADAS to reach full autonomy in automotive applications and the benefits that inertial navigation can provide to these systems.

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    Integrating Autonomous Vehicles with Public Transport

    Available Until: April 2020
    Bestmile

    Learn how to successfully integrate new mobility services into public transit networks, and how to design and integrate new mobility services into public transit networks with examples from real-world deployments.

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    How to Train Automotive AI Faster

    Available Until: April 2020
    Automotive World/Pure Storage

    Significant progress is being made in improving the real-time inference accuracy of a car through advanced sensor technologies such as LiDAR. However, rapidly developing complex neural networks in a GPU-powered datacenter before deploying them in a car remains a significant challenge for automotive companies.

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    Advances for Autonomous-Vehicle Sensing

    Available Until: March 2020
    SAE/Teledyne/Tektronix/Siemens
    Coilcraft/FLIR/Radiant

    Explores the latest advances in Lidar, radar, and camera-vision systems and discusses what they can do to speed the adoption of high-level vehicle automation.

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    Mastering Virtual Fuel Cell Vehicle Development - from Component to System Level

    Available Until: March 2020
    Automotive World/AVL

    OEMs and suppliers that succeed in quickly bringing to market the required components and systems for fuel cell vehicles are well placed to play a leading role in future mobility. A scalable and integrated simulation approach known as ‘frontloading’ is key to accelerating the development process.

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    Testing and Inspecting 3D-Printed Parts

    Available Until: March 2020
    SAE/Tech Briefs Media

    As 3D printing becomes more commonplace, parts will require more advanced inspection, processing, and testing to ensure they meet requirements for structural strength and stability. Whether plastic or metal, 3D-printed production parts will be tasked with performing comparably to traditionally manufactured parts in certain applications.

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    Design and Simulation of an Inverter Power Module for Electric Vehicles

    Available Until: March 2020
    SAE/Dassault Systemes

    Discusses the challenges of the high voltage and current ratings at which the power electronics need to operate, together with fast switching speeds, pose significant design challenges including thermal management, EMC compliance, circuit protection, and reliability.

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    Automotive Cybersecurity — Protecting the Car from the Cloud

    Available Until: March 2020
    Automotive World/Upstream

    Cyber security strategies for securing connected vehicles have traditionally focused on the security of vehicle internals. However, an innovative new approach – Cloud-based security – offers agent-less, backwards compatible and instantly deployable protection.

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    The Autonomous Vehicle Future: Opportunities and Challenges

    Available Until: February 2020
    Autonomous Vehicle Technology/dSPACE

    The industry is looking to save lives, reduce injuries, and spread mobility equitably. We can do this by addressing the major challenges of systems engineering and design streamlining, cost reduction, sensor improvements, implementation of more artificial intelligence, and education of the end consumer.

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    Solutions for Digial Battery Engineering

    Available Until: February 2020
    SAE/Dassault Systemes

    This webinar provides an overview of solutions for digital battery engineering and dives into specific applications on topics such as coupled thermal-electric-displacement analysis, charging-induced expansion, ultrasonic welding analysis, and general structural analysis.

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    Automated and Connected Commercial Vehicles: Next Steps for 'Hands-Off' Operation

    Available Until: February 2020
    SAE/dSPACE/Kontron/Aras/FLIR/Boker's/Thomas

    Explores how we get from advanced driver-assistance systems and wireless connectivity, which enable platooning formations and remote-control operation, to Level 4 / 5 autonomous vehicles, to the “holy grail” of Level 5 autonomous vehicles.

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    On-Board Diagnostic Technology Discussion from Renowned Industry Experts

    Available Until: January 2020
    SAE/GM

    Join SAE International and a distinguished panel of onboard diagnostic experts for a free one-hour webcast focusing on the hottest topics in the OBD industry. This dynamic conversation will include John Van Gilder and Andrew Zettel, both from General Motors Co.

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    Are You Ready to Leverage Virtual Powertrain Electrification?

    Available Until: January 2020
    Automotive World/AVL

    Simulation solutions to support engineering tasks during the electrification process to achieve short time-to-market. Including concept, layout analysis, optimisation and integration tasks from system level to 3D component analysis.

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    The Complexities of Data Ingestion for Autonomous Vehicle Development

    Available Until: December 2019
    Automotive World/Elektrobit

    Discusses the complex technical and practical aspects of ingesting such large amounts of data to the development environment, with a special focus on how to overcome these challenges for successful development, testing, and validation.

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    Solution for Rapid Emissions Testing for Vehicles and Components

    Available Until: December 2019
    SAE/Syft

    Regulators and consumers are demanding lower levels of harmful volatile emissions in motor vehicle passenger cabins, pushing manufacturers toward more comprehensive testing. This requires a more agile analytical solution, Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry.

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    Reducing Development Time for Machine Control Systems

    Available Until: December 2019
    SAE/Danfoss Power Solutions

    Use a powerful programming environment to increase engineering productivity and help you bring high-performing, intelligent vehicles to market faster. Specifically in regard to machine control systems, use a library of drag-and-drop visual blocks that significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to complete system and subsystem design work.

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    Measuring Head-Up Displays from 2D to AR: System Benefits & Demonstration

    Available Until: November 2019
    Automotive IQ/Radiant

    Already introduced in several new vehicles, head-up display (HUD) technology is evolving rapidly. With the rise of virtual and augmented reality (VR, AR) in consumer electronics, user expectations regarding projection and holographic displays have set a high bar for HUD design and quality.

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    How to Attract Tech Talent to the Automotive Industry

    Available Until: November 2019
    Automotive World/Continental

    According to global consultancy AlixPartners, approximately 5,000 software and electronics positions in the auto industry went unfilled in the US during 2017. Leading technology and automotive companies are not only racing to develop autonomous vehicles; they are also racing to hire top talent.

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    State-of-the-Art Electric Drive Testing and the Components for Advanced Power Analysis

    Available Until: November 2019
    Charged/HBM

    HBM eDrive Testing acts as both a power analyzer and data acquisition system. It has the ability to record all signals along the drive train with a single instrument. This greatly reduces the test complexity and results in synchronous measurement of all parameters.

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    Fuel Cell Cars — the Holy Grail for Future Mobility or Just a Placebo?

    Available Until: November 2019
    Automotive World/AVL

    Considering the vast range of alternative powertrains that are being developed today, the role of the fuel cell electric vehicle is coming into question. Is it a viable competitor to other zero emission alternatives such as battery electric vehicles, or will it fail to grab hold of the market?

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    Virtual Hardware ECUs: A Positive Disruption for Automotive Software Development

    Available Until: November 2019
    SAE/Synopsys

    Disrupting the current development process is necessary to leverage the latest computing platform. It’s important to start early by removing the dependency on hardware availability and to scale the development environment for better and more efficient software integration and test.

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    The Critical Role of Sensors in Autonomous Vehicles

    Available Until: November 2019
    SAE/HELLA/dSPACE/Siemens

    Sensors and actuators play a critical role in self-driving vehicles, controlling both the driving and safety aspects of the car. This webinar looks at the function of various types of sensors and which types of sensors are suited for each function.

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    Three Ways Thermal Cameras Make Autonomous Vehicles Safer

    Available Until: November 2019
    SAE/FLIR

    This webinar discusses thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras that can be quickly integrated for testing and reliably classify objects in darkness. The cameras see 4x farther than headlights, through most fog, and are unaffected by sun glare.

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    Next-Generation Technologies and Materials for Advanced Mobility Applications

    Available Until: November 2019
    SAE/Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies

    E-mobility has created new challenges in thermal management, power efficiency, friction reduction, weight reduction, etc. Smart materials, changes in shielding and elastomers, have enabled technology and solutions to bridge the gap between current and next-generation vehicles.

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    Optimising Hybrid Vehicles in a World of Increasing Powertrain Complexity

    Available Until: November 2019
    Automotive World/Ricardo

    Powertrain architecture decisions requires a system level optimisation approach to capture the interactions between conflicting attributes and reduce product development time and cost.

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    From Concept to Post-Production: Functional Safety Vital for Intelligent Vehicles

    Available Until: November 2019
    Automotive World/FEV

    This webinar discusses how the firm’s Smart Vehicle and functional safety system knowledge can guide engineers through the various Smart Vehicle lifecycle challenges.

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    Optimizing Battery Development for Electric Vehicles and Stationary Applications

    Available Until: October 2019
    Automotive World/FEV

    This discussion will highlight the different aspects – design, hardware, functional development, and servicing – associated with battery system development. Additionally, the expert panel will investigate the use of ’second life’ EV batteries in stationary applications.

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    How Co-Simulation Enables Efficient Automotive Product Development

    Available Until: October 2019
    Automotive World/FEV

    The discussion will include how xMOD extends simulation to real-time applications with less effort, and how its high speed and memory combine to handle complex applications, including hybrid-electric powertrains.

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    How Do Thermal Cameras make ADAS and AV Safer?

    Available Until: October 2019
    Autonomous Vehicle Technology/FLIR

    Thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras can be integrated for testing in minutes and reliably classify pedestrians in darkness where they see 4x farther than headlights, through most fog, and are unaffected by sun glare, delivering improved situational awareness that results in more robust, reliable, and safe ADAS and AV.

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    Connecting the Connected Car

    Available Until: October 2019
    SAE/TE Connectivity

    This webinar discusses future trends in automotive data connection and how they will impact the growth of the connected car. In addition, it examines emerging technologies that are driving connected car design and development and how they will impact automotive safety, in-vehicle systems, and the environment.

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    Progressing to Level 3 Autonomy: Sensor Integration with Machine Learning Autonomy

    Available Until: October 2019
    SAE/dSPACE

    As personal vehicles move toward SAE Level 3 autonomy, more advanced sensors are required, with the ability to collaborate onboard machine-intelligence. Explore the latest sensor advances such as solid-state Lidar, millimeter-wave radar, and their integration with new onboard capabilities such as HD mapping and artificial intelligence.

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    Fueling Automotive GPUs with Data to Power the Next Generation of Deep Learning

    Available Until: October 2019
    Automotive World/Pure Storage

    Learning how to keep graphics processing units fueled with data when training the next generation of deep learning archtectures will be key to producing connected and autonomous vechicles at scale.

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    The Future Car: Preparing for Autonomous Travel and Passenger Satisfaction

    Available Until: September 2019
    Industry Week/Siemens

    Over the past two to three years, we have seen the topic of autonomous cars go from a novelty idea to a consistent part of our daily conversation and news feeds. Attendees of this webinar will gain an understanding of what the future of transportation may look like and the unique challenges faced by the automotive industry in incorporating new technologies.

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    How to Efficiently Test and Calibrate xEVs?

    Available Until: September 2019
    Automotive World/AVL

    Efficient calibration and testing methods are vital in order to meet the massive growth in demand for xEV propulsion systems, which include plug-in hybrids and full electric vehicles. Particular challenges lie in managing the increasing complexity of these systems, and meeting a shorter time to market.

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    Next-Generation Design for Automotive and Transportation Industries

    Available Until: September 2019
    SAE/Siemens

    Examines how NX software integrates electrical and mechanical design with the world’s most productive modeling environment. NX enables true generative design, additive manufacturing, and collaboration in an immersive design environment.

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    How Long Will Your Battery Last? More Efficient Battery Management and EV Systems Design and Verification

    Available Until: September 2019
    SAE/Synopsis

    Explore how a multi-domain, integrated, simulation-based environment addressing system, control, software, and power electronics design and verification challenges can enable early development, design optimization, and verification of functional integrity and functional safety.

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    Optimising the Human Centric Experience by Improving ADAS Performance

    Available Until: September 2019
    Automotive Megatrends/AVL

    If advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are to offer consumers the required degree of safety and expected levels of comfort, in-depth testing is vital: calibration and testing of assisted driving features validated through fully automated and objective assessments

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    The 'Fuels' Driving Future Vehicles in 2030 and Beyond

    Available Until: September 2019
    Automotive World/AVL

    Ambitious targets for reducing emissions from future mobility solutions will have a drastic impact on the expected powertrain mix for light-duty vehicles, and automakers’ routes to electrification. Renewable energy paths such as synthetic and advanced biofuels have a strong potential to influence the various scenarios.

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    Smart Cities and the V2X Factor

    Available Until: August 2019
    SAE/FLIR/pillar

    This technical webinar from the editors of SAE International examines the latest initiatives in vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication – the first steps toward a genuine smart-city vision. Spotlighting the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA), selected by the U.S. Department of Transportation for a connected vehicle pilot program.

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    Future-Proofing to Secure the Connected Automotive Ecosystem

    Available Until: August 2019
    Automotive Megatrends/Cloakware

    How future-proofing can allow automotive systems to remain secure during that critical time frame between when an attacker discovers a vulnerability, and when the system is eventually updated to protect against an attack.

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    Vehicle Electrification Accelerates

    Available Until: August 2019
    dSPACE

    This webinar takes a look at recent electrification technical developments centered around improved energy storage, more efficient electric propulsion systems, better electrical and electronic systems engineering, and other more efficient vehicle concepts—all meant to improve vehicle affordability, efficiency, and range.

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    Making Autonomous Vehicles Safe with Simulation

    Available Until: July 2019
    SAE/ANSYS

    High-fidelity simulations for developing AVs including radar, lidar, camera and ultrasonic sensors, electronics, and semiconductors, full closed-loop simulation with software-in-the-loop (SIL) as well as hardware-in-the-loop (HIL), model-based software development methods with certified automatic code generation, functional safety analysis and cybersecurity analysis methods and tools.

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    Managing Big Data for ADAS and Automated Vehicles

    Available Until: July 2019
    SAE/ETAS/Renovo/rFpro

    As vehicles adopt increasing levels of driver-assistance and autonomous functionality, developers are grappling with the enormous amount of onboard data required for safely and reliably. The data collected also has immense commercial potential. Constituents ponder how to unlock Big Data’s value while ensuring privacy and security.

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    Sensor Fusion and ADAS

    Available Until: July 2019
    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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    Assessing Augmented Reality Content with Virtual Reality

    Available Until: July 2019
    Automotive Megatrends/Elektrobit/Optis

    Emerging concepts and technologies and the need to define functional specifications, quality targets, human factors and safety criterion all mandate prototyping and testing. Learn how virtual prototyping and testing can be leveraged to solve these challenges.

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    Overcoming the Testing and Validation Challenges for Automated Driving

    Available Until: July 2019
    Automotive Megatrends/Elektrobit

    As the complextiy of automated driving functions and systems increases, so too does the cost and complexity of testing and validation. This webinar focuses on how to overcome these challenges, from the initial data gathering through data processing and analysis, and outlines solutions for each stage of the autonomous drive testing and validation process.

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    Next Revolution in Magnetic Angular Position Sensing

    Available Until: June 2019
    SAE/Malexis

    Examines a new magnetic position sensor that helps enable new designs and reduce design effort and cost by adding innovative features such as stray field immunity mode, input pin measurement capability, high-temperature operation, and improved robustness for harsh operating environments.

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