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2017-09-18
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Data Driven Decisions in Industry Successful businesses make the best decisions using the available information. But the information available is expanding at an exponential rate. How should commercial vehicle businesses adapt to stay competitive? This symposium starts with an exploration of data driven decision making in industry, how the data landscape is changing and posits on the future of business with ever increasing data and connectivity.
2017-09-18
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Panelists will discuss the vehicle-internal architecture of an autonomous vehicle including: 1) the Sensors (intelligent or unintelligent cameras, radar, lidar, ultrasonic sensors, GPS, V2X, etc.) 2) the Perception (the internal processing of the sensor data, data fusion, localization) 3) the Decision making process, trajectory planning and the control of the actuators 4) the Actuators (typically using the existing infrastructure of the vehicle, but incl. special fail-safe requirements like redundancy etc.) These technologies will be introduced from the final production vehicle point of view, but also from the development and testing point of view (“A million miles per night.”). The Perception and Decision making processes require highly sophisticated algorithms (incl. image processing, sensor fusion, deep learning), handled by special automotive supercomputers (GPU-, FPGA- or DSP-based). The synergies between the automotive and commercial vehicle industries will also be highlighted.
2017-09-18
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Most major automotive and commercial vehicle OEMs and their safety system suppliers have made announcements regarding the future release of vehicles with increasing levels of automation. These correspond to NHTSA’s Automated Driving System Levels 3 – 5, with taxonomy outlined in SAE J3016. Governmental entities such as the US DOT are supportive of these activities and have been establishing and distributing safety-specific guidelines for manufacturers, developers, and associated organizations, such that all parties are in agreement on the safe design, development, testing, and deployment of automated vehicles. Commercial vehicles will share many of the challenges and opportunities of automation with passenger cars, but will have unique requirements. As examples, fully autonomous mining and agricultural vehicles have been in operation for many years, along with platooning and automated yard operations. These allow potential business cases that will not be realized by passenger cars.
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The panel will discuss future emissions legislation, aftertreatment technology under development to meet these new rules, and improvements to measurement tools and methods required to measure the new emissions levels: • Low NOx regulations, greenhouse gas • Developments in catalysts, materials, controls, and integration with the complete engine/vehicle system. • Aftertreatment and emissions test, measurement, and certification methods
2017-09-18
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The panel will discuss barriers and progress of technologies, tools and design approaches for efficient energy conversion and management, focusing on: • Turbocompunding and waste heat recovery • Electrification and hybridization • New transportation infrastructure to support on highway hybridization • New systems to design and test of complex powertrains
2017-09-18
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This panel will focus on the uncertainty quantification along with vehicle development using CAE tools. Topics could include but not limited to: • Benchmarking the uncertainties for vehicle and sub-system levels • Vehicle robust development • Proving ground test run-to-run variations
2017-09-18
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As powertrain options become more varied and complex and the scope larger. The system integration efforts may require integrated specifications, not just component level specifications. The integration team(s) will require more interaction with the traditional component groups. This panel will investigate how OEMs, suppliers, are approaching this challenge, and will discuss through on- and off-road vehicle examples.
2017-09-18
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This panel session is intended bring together experts in the area to discuss the recent developments in the application of ADAS or Autonomous Systems for commercial vehicles. ADAS systems include Electronic Stability Control systems, Lane Keeping Systems, Adaptive Cruise Control, Autonomous Emergency Braking system. By starting and establishing a dialogue on the challenges that are faced from a technical perspective, it is hoped that this will open doors for upfront collaboration.
2017-09-18
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Diagnostics have been around for a long time and are well understood and standardized. Huge amounts of diagnostic data have piled up over the years. Many variants and dimensions must be supported. Fortunately, the data is machine readable. This presentation gives an overview of the application of big data techniques to help improve diagnostic development and shows some case studies for the next generation of diagnostic development.
2017-09-18
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With the increase in driver convenience and vehicle safety systems on Commercial Vehicles today there are greater possibilities to improve the efficiency and robustness of these systems using outside data.
2017-09-18
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This technical panel will discuss the practical issues, challenges and the opportunities for the introduction of platooning technology for the fleets and OEs. Platooning is observed as the first step towards automated driving, but it is not very visible on how close it is to realization. The discussions in this session will include the state of current technological developments, vehicle architecture modifications, driver acceptance etc.
2017-09-18
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This panel will focus on vehicle sub-system level performance development using CAE tools. Topics could include but not limited to: • How to ensure the organic integration of sub-system development with the whole vehicle system? • How are the sub-system-level performances cascaded to components? • How to develop a sub-system bench testing?
2017-09-18
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This panel will focus on whole vehicle system level performance development using CAE tools. Topics could include but not limited to: • How are the customers’ voice cascaded to vehicle performance? • How are the vehicle system-level performances cascaded to sub-systems? • How are the various vehicle system performances balanced and optimized?
2017-09-18
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This panel will focus on component level development using CAE tools. Topics could include but not limited to: • How to ensure the organic integration of components development with the whole vehicle system? • How to determine the load cases for components? • How to develop a component bench testing?
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