ConCar Congress

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June 27: 10am – 1pm

Module 1: Automated Driving

The Post-Hype reality:
autonomous transit systems in the here and now

  • Rethink in terms of systems of shared autonomous vehicles vs. focus on the self driving car technology only (autonomous supervison, infrastructure, v2x communication and fleets of robot taxis)
  • Realizing sustainable field labs (deployment of permanent autonomous transit systems in the here and now that can further  evolve generation after generation to support more complex scenarios, given enhancements in technology, laws and regulations)
  • Updates on the Rotterdam Rivium application and the Dubai Blue Waters project.

Sjoerd van der Zwaan, M.Sc., Chief Technology Officer, 2getthere, The Netherlands

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform – Progress on the software framework for connected and autonomous driving

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Scharnhorst, AUTOSAR Spokesperson, AUTOSAR Development Partnership

LiDAR Augmentation Techniques for Autonomous Driving

  • Using 3D SLAM as a sensor magnifier
  • Point-wise Classification vs. Object-level classification
  • Introducing Hit-points metrics vs. LiDAR points per second

Raul Bravo, CEO co-founder, DIBOTICS, France

The relevance of 5G and IOT in the context of automated driving

  • User cases for AD
  • Interchange node concept
  • Federation of cross industry systems

Jürgen Daunis, Head of Division, Business Organization, Customer Unit Industry & Society, Ericsson GmbH, Germany

June 27: 1pm – 4pm

Module 2: Automotive Mobility & Digital Infrastructure

Impact of digitalization on the business in terms of sales and customer journey with a focus on security *

Martin Hunt, Automotive Global Industry Practice, BT Germany GmbH & Co.OHG, Germany
*Presentation title to be confirmed

The Connected Car becomes part of the Connected Ecosystem

  • The impact of the automotive mega trends for the digital infrastructure
  • Peak hardware value towards service business
  • Unlocking the wider ecosystem

Jürgen Daunis, Head of Division, Business Organization, Customer Unit Industry & Society, Ericsson GmbH, Germany

Standards in the vehicular digital Communications Ecosystem

  • What communication standards are available and which should be used
  • How standards are supporting the transition from connected to autonomous vehicles
  • What is needed to support the evolution from autonomous to intelligent vehicles

Dr. Rafael Cepeda, Emerging Technologies Lead, International Innovation Labs, InterDigital, United Kingdom

Telco Services for connected and automated Driving – On the way to 5G

  • C-V2X: How to overcome the penetration rate challenge
  • Quality of Service: How to manage reliability and service resilience
  • Geo-Positioning: How to ensure position accuracy and integrity

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Springer, VP Technology, 5G Automotive Program, Deutsche Telekom AG, Group Technology, Germany

Introducing BestMile Platform the world's first control tower for autonomous vehicles

  • How real-time dispatching and optimization of vehicle fleet can be improved
  • BestMile Hermes; a 2-way communication protocol for autonomous vehicles
  • Benefits of an Operator Dashboard; real-life supervision and monitoring in the cloud

Luc Texier, Head of Business Development, BestMile Switzerland, Lausanne, Switzerland

June 28, 10am – 1pm

Module 3: IT Security for vehicles

A Harmonized V2X Security Solution Considering European and North American Requirements

  • Motivation for V2X communication
  • Discussion of security requirements
  • Presentation of security solution running on the V2X stations (vehicles, roadside units) and in the backend (Security Credential Management System, Public Key Infrastructure)
  • Deployment of V2X in Europe and North America

Dr.-Ing. Norbert Bißmeyer, Security Engineer, Research and Development, ESCRYPT GmbH, Bochum, Germany

Adaptive AUTOSAR Platform – Security Features

Adrian BARUTA, Senior Engineer, Vehicle Control Group, Electronics Engineering, Electronics Engineering Division, Research and Development, Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA

Automotive cybersecurity through assurance

  • Security challenges for cyber-physical systems of systems
  • Assessment and communication of cybersecurity risk
  • Towards credible assurance for vehicle cybersecurity

Paul Wooderson, Senior Functional Safety/Cyber Security Engineer, Systems and Safety, HORIBA MIRA Ltd., Warwickshire, United Kingdom

Automotive Security is not a Feature – can we afford this?

  • Expectation: Security shouldn’t be offered as a feature but should be implemented to avoid cyber attacks
  • How much to invest in security since it doesn’t directly affect profits but potentially avoids damage
  • Im Vortrag wird gezeigt, wie durch Fakten und deren Bewertung, z.B. hinsichtlich der Dringlichkeit von Maßnahmen, eine adäquate Grundlage zur Entscheidung über den Security-Invest geschaffen wird.

Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Labitzke, Head of Competence Center Security, ITK Engineering GmbH

June 28, 1pm – 4pm

Module 4: HMI & Automotive Connectivity

Lounges on wheels?

Shared and automated mobility may make our journeys more pleasurable and productive. Future vehicles are envisioned as “lounges on wheels”, sporting flexible seating arrangements with interiors dotted with Screens.

  • Explore these proposals from a human centred design perspective
  • Discuss the necessity to respect basic human requirements to realise the potential benefits

Dr Cyriel Diels – Academic Director, National Transport Design Centre, Coventry University

Case Studies for Blockchain in Automotive

  • What's new in Blockchain Technology?
  • Automotive case studies generally and specifically in HMI & Connectivity
  • What requirements should I consider Blockchain Technology for?

Dipl.-Wirt.-Inform. Hardy Gröger, Executive Architect & Client Technology Leader, IBM Deutschland GmbH, Germany

Augmented Reality Head-up Displays in Automated Driving Use Cases

  • Which scenarios can be supported by Augmented Reality during assisted and automated driving?
  • How can Augmented Reality interface elements be designed and visualized?
  • What are the effects on user acceptance and system trust?

Bettina Leuchtenberg, Expert HMI, Ergonomics and Usability, Cross Product Solutions Interior, Continental

Hands Off Detection – Safe Transition between Assisted and Automated Driving

  • From driving assistance to autonomous driving (fro Hands Off to hand On Detection)
  • Capacitive sensing for reliable hands on/off detection
  • Key information to determine when the driver controls the vehicle

Gianluca Favalli, Business Development Manager, IEE S.A., Luxembourg

MyMobius/XtraVue: revolutionizing the user experience in 2025

  • New ways of product design using the design thinking methodology
  • Putting the user in the centre of the product development process
  • Product example: MyMobius/XtraVue
  • Why and how the dissemination of 5G will change everything

Dipl.-Ing. Patrice Reilhac, Innovation Director, Comfort and Driving Assistance Business Group, Valeo, Germany