Programme

CONFERENCE DAY 1CONFERENCE DAY 2

MONDAY, 15 JUNE 2015

9.00

Registration and handing out the digital conference documents

9.30

Welcome address and introduction

9.45
Challenges in piloted driving development
  • E/E-Architecture, focus on automotive ethernet
  • High integrated ECUs
  • Virtual Development
  • Connected Car

Florian NetterFlorian Netter
Software Engineer & Technologist
Audi Electronics Venture GmbH

10.15
Developing GM's lane keep assist software in a global team
  • Managing complexity on software, system and feature level
  • Integrating suppliers into the in-house development process
  • How component based software design will change the picture

Andreas HeitmannAndreas Heitmann
Engineering Group Manager
Adam Opel AG

10.45
AMALTHEA4public – an open source based tool platform to master embedded multi- and many-core systems
  • Challenges for embedded multi- and many-core systems
  • Changes in interdisciplinary and cross company cooperation
  • New aspects/requirements for tool landscape
  • Solutions for cooperation based on open source tool platform (AMALTHEA4public)
  • First cooperation and application experiences
  • Further activities on open source development

Harald Mackamul Jörg Tessmer

Harald Mackamul, Senior Expert at Bosch Corporate Research, Technical Project Leader AMALTHEA4public
Jörg Tessmer, Project Leader AMALTHEA4public, Robert Bosch GmbH

11.15
Q&A
11.45
Networking break
12.15
OT1: a free and open exchange format for timing and traces
  • Exchange format for system configuration, timing requirements, timing properties and scheduling traces
  • Subject of research (WEMUCS, AMALTHEA) now used in automotive projects at OEMs and tier-1s
  • Live demo with mass-production automotive ECU
  • Essential for developing safe and secure multi-core systems

Peter Gliwa Dr. Gereon Weiß

Peter Gliwa, CEO, GLIWA GmbH
Dr. Gereon Weiß, Gruppenleiter Automotive Software, Fraunhofer-Institut for Embedded Systems and Communication Technologies

12.45
openMDM – an open source platform for measured data management
  • History and scope of measured data management
  • openMDM@Eclipse – motivation for an open source platform
  • How openMDM simplifies and accelerates the development and deployment of MDM installations
  • The openMDM roadmap

Dr Dietmar Rapf Michael Schwarzbach

Dr Dietmar Rapf, Senior Manager CAT, science + computing ag
Michael Schwarzbach, IT Design – Functional Verification, BMW Group

1.15
Q&A
1.30
Networking lunch
2.45
The features of agile for software development in automotive domain
  • Leverage from agile mindset: how to improve the value chain
  • Lead the change: agile competence center helps to solve problems
  • Learn by agile pilot: lessons from driver assistance system teams
  • Let’s collaborate: all have to discover new ways of working together

Joachim SchmidtJoachim Schmidt
Department of Software Architecture and Platform Software
BMW Group

3.15
Agile meets ASPICE and ISO 26262
  • Agile methods, principles, project management, scrum
  • ASPICE for agile projects
  • Functional safety in agile projects

Dr Stefan BunzelDr Stefan Bunzel
Principal Technical Expert Embedded Real-time Software
Architectures, Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG

3.45
Agile in automotive enabled by continuous integration
  • Transitioning from Traditional Software Development to Agile Software Development
  • Application of Continuous Integration & Verification Techniques
  • Integrated Tool Chain Supporting Agile

Ganesh KumarGanesh Kumar
Technical Fellow Software Engineering Process,
Visteon Corporation

4.15
Q&A
4.45
Networking break
5.15
Continuous verification by static analysis
  • Principles of static analysis and its formal method, abstract interpretation – as a method to determine software properties without need to stimulate, execute, and measure it
  • Overview of application areas of static analysis: monitoring timing behavior during software development, computing safe worst-case execution time bounds, and proving the absence of stack overflows, runtime errors, and race conditions
  • Integration of static analysis tools in the development process and in continuous integration frameworks
  • Practical experience on safety-critical software from aerospace and automotive domains

Dr. Jörg Herter, Senior Technical Consultant, AbsInt GmbH

5.45
High Quality Software and Ugly Code?
  • Agile software development is usually code-centric and every developer should be able to perform changes in the complete codebase (Collective Code-Ownership)
  • Maintainability and comprehensibility of the code thus plays a critical role
  • How can we enable developers to create high quality code and what happens if they don’t? How to deal with “grown” codebases?

Dr Martin FeilkasDr Martin Feilkas
Founder & Managing Partner
CQSE GmbH

6.15
Q&A
6.30

End of the first conference day

7.00

Get together

Pausen-13

TUESDAY, 16 JUNE 2015

8.30
Open source management: lone fighter solutions or go for an industrial standard?
  • Open source management @ Bosch
  • Common challenges
  • Benefits of reusable assets for joint development and supply chains
  • Call for an industry standard on open source management

Dr Ute GappaDr Ute Gappa
Technical Head of Center of Competence Open Source
Robert Bosch GmbH

9.00
Collaboration, standards, open source – how GENIVI enables choice in the automotive ecosystem
  • GENIVI’s journey to become an open source community
  • Open source collaboration paradigms and how they are changing automotive software development
  • Why choice is important for innovation and how standard interfaces, a flexible architecture and a reusable platform have helped GENIVI to make it happen

Claus-Peter WiedemannClaus-Peter Wiedemann
Senior Manager
BearingPoint

9.30
Platform-aware Software-in-the-Loop (SIL) simulation
  • How to find platform- and timing-related errors significantly earlier than in HIL testing advanced debugging, including reverse debugging
  • Integration with Matlab/Simulink and test case management tools

Prof. Wolfgang PreeProf. Wolfgang Pree
Department of Computer Science
University of Salzburg & CEO, Chrona.com

10.00
Q&A
10.30
Networking break
11.00
 ROUND TABLE SESSION 
round-table
Join in the discussions at hosted theme-tables. Write, draw or sketch your thoughts and ideas. Switch between theme-tables – take your ideas forward!

 INTERACTIVE:   get involved and discuss topical issues with industry colleagues

 CREATIVE:   new ideas and approaches – shared knowledge for a wider perspective

 INNOVATIVE:   the future at a glance – developing ideas with other experts

12.00
Networking lunch
1.00
Towards trusted, open application platforms in automotive
  • Motivation for the car as an open platform
  • Security and safety requirements for an open platform
  • Trusted platform based on dedicated, secure execution environment
  • Multi-level trust protection with trusted hardware and virtualization
  • A European solution for trusted applications

Dr Christian PrehoferDr Christian Prehofer
Research Group Leader
fortiss GmbH

1.30
A High-Efficiency ADAS Integration Platform
  • Advantages of a time-triggered approach
  • The major building blocks of a deterministic system
  • Relation to AUTOSAR
Dr Bernhard Rumpler Maximilian Rosenblattl

Dr Bernhard Rumpler, Teamleader , TTA & Middleware, TTTech Automotive GmbH
Maximilian Rosenblattl, Software Architect, TTTech Automotive GmbH

 

2.00
Using knowledge and experience systematically: defect models in quality assurance
  • A survey on defect-based quality assurance and test automation
  • Systematically capturing and (semi-)automatically exploiting knowledge and experience for quality assurance
  • Using front loading to enhance quality and efficiency within existing processes and methods
  • Example demonstration of integration into Simulink

Bernd Holzmüller Dominik Holling

Bernd Holzmüller, Manager R&D, ITK Engineering AG
Dominik Holling, Lehrstuhl Software Engineering, Technical University Munich

2.30  SPOTLIGHT SESSION 

This could be your speaker slot!
This slot is an ideal opportunity to present in front of the participants of the conference your latest solutions and developments. If you are interested please contact us

3.00
Q&A
3.30

End of the conference “Innovative Software Development in Automotive”