April 2-3 2019
Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services 2019
Kent-Eric Lång, Deputy CEO, RISE Viktoria
Maria Schnurr, Senior Researcher, RISE Viktoria
- Speed – Rapid technology development requires rapid policy development
- Dialogue – Cooperation between authorities and companies – dialogue and quick decisions instead of lengthy investigations
- Courage – Long-term investments not only pilot projects
Francisco Carranza Sierra, Managing Director, Nissan Energy, France
- Automated driving, electromobility and connectivity will improve safety and reduce the environmental carbon footprint of transport and increase uptime for our customers
- How connectivity, the digitalization of vehicles and infrastructure, will benefit our customers and society in many different ways
- How partnerships and cooperation across borders with both high-tech start-ups, and established companies will transform the transport industry
Anna Westerberg, Senior Vice President, Volvo Group Connected Solutions
Latest developments in:
- The Internet of the goods and the foreseen impact from development on OEMs and the transport sector
- Electric vehicles development and the relation to China’s 5 year plan
- The new automotive innovation system in China and outlook for the coming 5 years
- Data collection and the usage of data for developing a more sustainable and efficient transport system.
- Integrated and automated urban transport systems
Mats Harborn, President EUCCC, Executive Director, Scania China Strategic Office, China
- Which measures are taken in California for reaching carbon zero transportation by 2045?
- Will autonomous and connected capabilities truly reduce emissions and energy use?
- How do we plan for success in connecting autonomous and electric technology and increased shared vehicle uses?
Bill Van Amburg, Vice President, Calstart, U.S.A.
- Training deep neural networks in the data center
- Testing and validating algorithms in simulation
- Deploying AI supercomputers in the car for real-time sensor processing and decision making
Eddy Gryvelius, Director, Business Development, Autonomous Vehicle and AI Technology, Nordics, NVIDIA
- What are the trends and concerns of customers regarding car data?
- Business models
- Which technical enablers must be in place for a significant growth in services
- Use cases
- Tips for starting the car data monetization journey
Anders Suneson, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
- What are the driving motivations?
- What is the hardest challenge?
- How to do the breakthrough?
Prof. Dr. Stefan-Alexander Schneider, Kempten University, Germany
- Mapping agile development to Model-Based Design methodology
- Simplify ISO26262 processes by automating the verification
- T Engineering workflow for ISO 26262 with Model-Based Design
- Challenges and conclusions complying with ISO 26262 and agile methods
Leif Hermansson, Technical Specialist Hybrid Controls, T Engineering
Gaurav Tomar, Automotive Industry Marketing EMEA, MathWorks
- Plaintiffs’ lawyers’ probable attacks on autonomous vehicles
- How manufacturers can respond to such attacks, including establishing to the satisfaction of jurors or judges at trial that the vehicle is “safe”
- The implications on product liability arising from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s voluntary guidance
Dale Markland, U.S. Product Liability Defense Lawyer, Markland Hanley Law Firm, U.S.A.
- MAZDA’s strategy for development of vehicles for future mobility
- How MAZDA is taking advantage of a virtualized MBD process
- 0 revitalizes the automotive industry in Japan through model exchange
Tomohiko Adachi, Senior Principal Engineer, Model Based Development Strategy Dept. Integrated Control System Dev. Div., MAZDA Motor Corporation, Japan
- The role of virtual universes as key enabler for the transformation in automotive and transportation
- What can we expect in less than 10 years from the disruption of how people and their goods get from A to B?
Olivier Sappin, Industry VP, Dassault Systemes, France
- Real life examples from the Accenture Innovation Architecture
- How to engage in co-creation of the product and service
- Ways to rapidly prototype and run pilots to show the product in action
- How to go from Proof of Concept to large scale delivery?
Fabio Fantauzzi, Senior Executive in the Accenture Digital Business Team, Accenture
The move to EVs is now irreversible but how will we commute in 2025?
- Will we be owning or sharing vehicles?
- What role will new urban EV solutions like scooters and e-bikes play?
- How will we integrate Autonomous Vehicles onto our busy streets?
Moderator: Ross Douglas, CEO, Autonomy, France
Sture Portvik, Project leader for electrical vehicles and charging, City of Oslo, Norway
Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, GreenMobility, Denmark
Alexandra Österplan, PR & Communications Manager, Nissan Nordic
- How Roborace is preparing the perfect environment for faster and more precise development of the future autonomous vehicles
- Why motorsport has reached a crossroads and how it is adapting to stay relevant to the industry and the public
- The other side: how the industry priorities will reshape motorsport in the future
Lucas di Grassi, CEO, Roborace, Monaco
- 5G connectivity (and LTE) is poised to enable the new mobility
- Why is this transition taking so long? How might it be accelerated?
- What are the business models essential for profitable operation?
Roger Lanctot, Director Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics, U.S.A