Program 2019

FIRST CONFERENCE DAYSECOND CONFERENCE DAY

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

9.00

Registration with coffee and tea

9.30

Welcome Address and Introduction by CTI and the Chairman

Prof. Dr Norbert SchreierProf. Dr Norbert Schreier
Head of Automotive Engineering/Service,
Esslingen University of Applied Sciences

CONNECTED SERVICES

9.45

In Car, Out Car & Around Car. Agile with Quality

  • MobileOnline Services & APPs Homologation
  • Car Security (Cybersecurity)
  • Data as tool of SW improvement

Marc KienzlerMarc Kienzler
Smart Quality,
SEAT, S.A.

10.05

Mercedes me Adapter: Diagnostics meets Digitalization

  • What kind of data can we get from an OBD II port and how to display this information via app?
  • How do we use digitalization as a chance for our automotive after-sales business?
  • Customer-centric approach: why is the Mercedes me Adapter the perfect retrofit solution to get satisfied customers?

Pascal SchattnerPascal Schattner
Manager – App Development & Product Management
Mercedes me Adapter, Daimler AG

10.25

Diagnostics in the Age of Connected Services

  • Why connectivity as enabler for new business between OEM and end customer is as challenging as lucrative
  • Diagnostics inside a “connected world” and efficient use of diagnostics for connected services
  • How new in-vehicle architectures influence diagnostics
  • Secure diagnostics in a “connected world” – the elementary role of security for connected services

Frank Oswald
Director Business Development,
Elektrobit Automotive GmbH

10.45

Discussion with

Marc Kienzler Pascal Schattner 

Marc Kienzler
Pascal Schattner and
Frank Oswald

11.00

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

CONNECTED VEHICLE

11.30

Extended Vehicle (ExVe) Standard Series

  • In the last four years working group 6 has developed within ISO TC22 / SC31 several standards for the specification of the framework to realize the Extended Vehicle
  • ExVe concept: status and relationship of the in total seven documents
  • Walk-through/tutorial on ISO 20078 whose sub-parts represent the technical framework of the interface, i.e. the web services

Michael KrauseMichael Krause
Senior Engineer, EU Technology Planning,
Denso International Europe

11.50

Remote Diagnostic Support as an Example for the Implementation of Extended Vehicle at Daimler AG

  • Extended Vehicle
  • How to get access to the RDS Services of Daimler
  • How could the RDS data help the Independent Service Providers in their business

Martin ReinmuthMartin Reinmuth
Functional Owner Daimler RDS,
Daimler AG

12.10

Smooth Integration of Automotive OTA into Existing Processes

  • Built-in security and public APIs as integral part of an end-2-end framework
  • Reuse of proven software components and already tested data as success factors
  • Automotive OTA in aftersales and production scenarios

Udo SchifferdeckerUdo Schifferdecker
Principal Software Development Engineer,
Vector Informatik GmbH

12.30

Diagnostics 4.0 from a one Stop Shop – How Worldwide Available Data Transforms to Information in the Cloud

  • Aquire data via VCI or TCU with integrated diagnostic software
  • Transmit collected data securely according to quality of connection
  • Remote or cloud diagnostics? Or both?
  • Integrate diagnostics along entire product lifecycle

Julian ErberJulian Erber
Product Manager,
Softing Automotive Electronics GmbH

12.50

Discussion with

Michael Krause Martin Reinmuth Udo Schifferdecker Julian Erber

Michael Krause
Martin Reinmuth
Udo Schifferdecker
Julian Erber

13.10

Networking lunch

DIAGNOSTIC & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

14.10

Deep Learning and Diagnostic Data

  • Potential of Artificial Intelligence
  • Automotive Diagnostics as field for special purpose AI development?
  • Case studies for AI development
  • Implications for Automotive Diagnostics

Dr Ulrich BodenhausenDr Ulrich Bodenhausen
AI Coach/Manager, Ulrich Bodenhausen
AI Coaching; Vector Consulting Services

14.30

Data Analytics and Machine Learning based on Live Experience

  • From data visualization, through analytical concepts to complex data cultivation
  • Use Case examples:
    • Usage of data analytics to tackle warranty analysis
    • Predicting failures through pattern recognition
    • Predict most likely repairs

Rachid Hammouchene
Manager Solution Design Data Analytics Group,
Robert Bosch GmbH

14.50

Intelligent and Self-Learning Systems for Reactive and Predictive Diagnosis

  • Modern vehicles and other complex engineered systems require reactive & predictive diagnosis
  • New technologies (e.g. connectivity) lead to lots of data and more diagnostic situations of growing complexity
  • Intelligent reasoning & adaptivity is required by new diagnostic systems
  • Automatic learning from field data is a must

Dr Norbert WaleschkowskiDr Norbert Waleschkowski
CEO,
Semantis Information Builders GmbH

 

15.10

Discussion with

Dr Ulrich Bodenhausen Dr Norbert Waleschkowski 

Dr Ulrich Bodenhausen
Rachid Hammouchene
Dr Norbert Waleschkowski

15.30

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

16.00

INTERACTIVE – CREATIVE – SOLUTION-ORIENTED

ROUNDTABLE SESSION

Participate in our roundtable discussions and exchange experiences with delegates and speakers. Choose and discuss about 2 out of 4 topics for 25 minutes each.

1. The organisation and resources of data analytics (AI, ML, DM) yesterday, today and tomorrow?

Volker MarquardtVolker Marquardt
Business Development Manager and Managing Director
Synop Systems UG

2. (How) can we regain the trust of our customers with data / transparency?

Dr Johann PrenningerDr Johann Prenninger
Analytics, Machine Learning and AI, Connected Drive
BMW Group

3. How to test autonomous vehicles during Periodical Technical Inspection (PTI)?

Dr Thomas RaithDr Thomas Raith
Managing Director
Dr. Thomas Raith Consulting (Former Daimler AG)

4. Is data analytics in diagnostics overestimated and the relation to classical diagnostic methods?

Dr Walter LehleDr Walter Lehle
Development Powertrain Diagnosis
Robert Bosch GmbH

16.55

Presentation of roundtable session results

ELECTRIC VEHICLE

17.15

E-Mobility is Now in the Market – and in the Workshop

  • How to diagnose and repair electric powertrain components
  • What is needed for a complete toolchain
  • Trends and best practice in e-mobility repair

Peter GollobPeter Gollob
Business Development E-mobility,
AVL DiTEST GmbH

17.35

Are you ready for an Electric Future? Considerations on Vehicle-Grid Integration and the Benefits of Smart Charging

  • Electric vehicles hold significant potential for improving local air quality, reducing carbon emissions and increasing electricity demand
  • Citizens with electric vehicles use nearly 60% more electricity than the average citizens
  • Considerations regarding vehicle-grid integration
  • Benefits of smart charging: Motivating people to charge during off-peak periods through the use of loyalty and rewards programs

Matt Stevens
Vice President – Electric Vehicles,
GEOTAB

 

17.55

Customer Voice Monitoring: Quality from a Driver‘s Seat Perspective

  • Why first-hand customer experience is crucial for management decisions
  • The challenges of a complete and precise Customer Voice Monitoring
  • How Customer Voice Monitoring supports the reduction of quality cost and the improvement of service measures

Dr Dirk SchachtnerDr Dirk Schachtner
Executive Officer,
Consline AG

18.15

Discussion with

Peter Gollob Dr Dirk Schachtner

Peter Gollob, Matt Stevens and Dr Dirk Schachtner

18.30

End of the first conference day

19.00

Meeting at the hotel lobby and start of the networking night

CTI cordially invites you to take the opportunity to network and exchange experiences in a relaxed atmosphere with food and drinks in the brewery “Münchner Stubn” which is located within walking distance from our conference hotel.

Wednesday, 20 March 2019

9.00

Welcome with coffee and tea

9.30

SOLUTION FORUMS

Discuss current problems, solutions and approaches in an exclusive round. Choose and discuss about 2 out 3 topics for 45 minutes each:

WORKSHOP I
hosted by AVL DiTEST GmbH

WORKSHOP II
hosted by Robert Bosch GmbH

Data analytics in different diagnostic use cases

  • Improve product
  • Improve diagnostics and repair
  • Enhance uptime

Speaker in arrangement, Bosch

WORKSHOP IIIRoben Automotiv
hosted by Roben Automotive

How will autonomous vehicles change our assumptions on driver reactions to vehicle faults

  • The driver as captain of the car
  • A human applies much unconscious monitoring  to a car
  • A role change: From the active driver to the supervised driver

Matthias WeberMatthias Weber
CEO
Roben Automotive

11.00

Networking break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

11.30

Leveraging Connected Vehicle in the Digital Factory

  • Integration of vehicles, workers, parts and machines in a connected world
  • Challenges for a successful Integration
  • Finding the right balance between optimization and flexibility
  • Synergies with after-sales processes

Dr Diana FischerDr Diana Fischer
Product Owner for Core Software Products,
DSA GmbH

AUTONOMOUS DRIVING

11.50

System Health Implementation in the Autonomous Vehicle

Andrea SteinmüllerAndrea Steinmüller
Team Manager Perception & Camera Functions,
IAV GmbH

12.10

Failure Detection and Functional Testing of Camera-Based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) at the Endof- Line (EoL)

  • The challenges of EoL-testing of autonomous functions
  • Functional testing of autonomous driving functions at EoL
  • Time-critical detection and diagnosis of functional failures due to misaligned, wrongly calibrated or not correctly integrated sensors

Heinz NeidhartHeinz Neidhart
Application Engineer,
AVL List GmbH

12.30

Discussion with

Dr Diana Fischer  Andrea Steinmüller Heinz Neidhart

Dr  Diana Fischer, Andrea Steinmüller and Heinz Neidhart

12.45

Networking lunch

REMOTE DIAGNOSTICS

13.50

Remote Diagnosis in the Aftersales

  • Use cases and customer view
  • Integration in the aftersales organisation
  • Technical challenges: cloud computing, microservices and remote-capable test plans

Tobias Heinemann
Remote Diagnosis Project Manager,
BMW Group

14.10

Independent Remote Vehicle Diagnostics, Bridging all Cars and Tools over the Internet

  • Network infrastructure that completely works independent of vehicle, diagnostics tool and manufacture specific customization
  • The infrastructure finalizes the era where vehicles need to be transported to the diagnostics expert
  • It bridges all knowledge of participants and previously engineered diagnostics solutions directly into the cloud and increases the usability of legacy tools in the new world, the Internet of Things

Dr Roel Verdult Frank Bouman

Dr Roel Verdult, Head of Software Development, Jifeline BV
Frank Bouman, Managing Director, Jifeline BV

 

14.30

Real-time Remote Diagnostics of Vehicle using Holographic Projection Technology

  • Real-time remote diagnostics
  • Holographic projection
  • Service technicians access to vehicle fault codes, measurements
  • Mobile technology with ODB2 Bluetooth access

Abhishek JainAbhishek Jain
Design Lead UX Researcher,
KPIT Technologies Ltd.

14.50

Discussion with

Dr Roel Verdult Frank Bouman Abhishek Jain

Tobias Heinemann
Dr Roel Verdult
Frank Bouman and
Abhishek Jain

15.10

End of conference