Programme 2020

FIRST CONFERENCE DAYSECOND CONFERENCE DAY

MONDAY, 23 MARCH 2020

9.30

Registration with coffee and tea

10.00

Welcome address and introduction by CTI and the chair

Prof. Dr Norbert SchreierProf. Dr Norbert Schreier
Vice Dean Faculty of Automotive Engineering
Esslingen University

 

10.10

Challenges and impact of diagnosis on data-based services for the mobility of the future

  • Technological changes in the mobility-product-mix with regard to the BMW Group’s strategic areas of innovation
  • Diagnostics for data-based decisions in a holistic view over the vehicle life cycle
  • How the 3 horizon model of diagnostics supports the change of customer expectation as well as new business approaches

Uwe KrügerUwe Krüger
Head of Integration, Central Diagnostics System and Aftersales Strategy Connected Cars
BMW Group

10.30

Q&A

10.40

Aftersales connected vehicle diagnosis – The transformation of diagnostics

  • CASE and aftersales diagnosis
  • Transformation of diagnosis for distributed systems
  • New technologies and methods – leak of standards

Ralf WalzRalf Walz
Senior Business Architect Aftersales Diagnosis
Mercedes-Benz AG

11.00

Q&A

11.10

Networking break with coffee and tea

ADAS

11.40

Virtual homologation integrated in a data driven diagnostic and engineering process for autonomous driving

  • Automated diagnostic routines support as initial indicator for faulty software
  • Approval process of intelligent autonomous driving functions through virtual simulations to allow short development cycles
  • Safety critical devices and function require large amounts of test data and focus on virtual and physical environments
  • Analyzing field data in a geo-federated way and ensure smooth flow of information back to the HIL / test bed environments

Stefan Zeppetzauer Christer Neimöck

Stefan Zeppetzauer, Business Leader Diagnostics, KPIT Technologies GmbH
Christer Neimöck, Senior Manager Business Development Autonomous Driving, T-Systems International GmbH

12.10

Q&A

12.20

Service oriented vehicle diagnostics – A new diagnostic standard under development – Connecting HPC’s and current ECU’s in one standard

  • Limitations of today’s offboard communication technology
  • Introduction into future vehicle electronics architectures
  • New standard interface SOVD for future vehicle diagnostics

Dr Marcel Dück Alexander Brede

Dr Marcel Dück, Product Owner, DSA Daten- und Systemtechnik
Alexander Brede, System Architect Diagnostics, Continental Automotive

12.50

Q&A

13.00

Networking lunch

FOTA

14.30

Vehicle updates as on mobile phones – Fast, easy, yet safe and secure!

  • Feature activation and software download over-the-air – how MAN overcame challenges
  • How to ensure safety and security in the context of OTA
  • Benefits for MAN and its customer

Francesco Bruno Stefan Kleeberger

Francesco Bruno, Head of Connectivity, Infotainment & Security, MAN Truck & Bus SE
Stefan Kleeberger, Software Project Leader, iQmine GmbH

15.00

Q&A

15.00

Q&A

15.10

SOTA and remote diagnostics – New challenges in diagnostic software development

  • Architecture for SOTA and remote diagnostic applications
  • Processes and preconditions to make use of an onboard client
  • Real life experiences and learnings in integrating a diagnostic client into the vehicle

Jörg FiedlerJörg Fiedler
Product Owner
AVL DiTEST

15.30

Q&A

15.40

Networking break with coffee and tea

16.10

INTERACTIVE – CREATIVE – SOLUTION-ORIENTED
ROUNDTABLE SESSION

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

17.10

Presentation of roundtable session results

17.30

Summary and Q&A

18.00

End of the first conference day

18.30

Networking Night & Business Speed Dating
CTI cordially invites you to take the opportunity to network and exchange experiences in a relaxed atmosphere with food and drinks in a brewery.

TUESDAY, 24 MARCH 2020

9.00

Welcome with coffee and tea

9.30

Introduction and welcome by the chair

Prof. Dr Norbert SchreierProf. Dr Norbert Schreier
Vice Dean Faculty of Automotive Engineering
Esslingen University

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

9.40

Artificial Intelligence – Now and in the future: Opportunities and risks

  • Intro: Deep learning & computer vision
  • Opportunities and risks of AI: from medicine to automotive
  • Trends and perspectives of AI in vehicle diagnostics

Dr Holger HennigDr Holger Hennig
AI Senior Managing Consultant
IBM

10.00

Q&A

10.10

Applied Artificial Intelligence – Ready for mastering increasing complexity of modern in-vehicle diagnostics?

Stefan PruiskenStefan Pruisken
Director, Business Development
Software Platform & Automated Driving, Elektrobit

10.30

Q&A

10.40

Networking break with coffee and tea

11.10

Automated diagnostic content generation

  • Vehicle complexity and development effort lead on efficiency request for diagnosis content creation
  • Simulation models with modern machine learning can help to automatically generate guided trouble shooting
  • Integration in diagnosis framework using common standards, such as OTX

Jürgen HornungJürgen Hornung
General Manager Global Solution Design
Bosch Automotive Service Solutions

11.30

Q&A

11.40

Diagnostics of cybersecurity attacks with AI

  • Cars become connected to include additional services and functions
  • With connectivity the risk of cybersecurity attacks increases significantly
  • Can AI be used to enhance diagnostics to detect security attacks?

Dr Ulrich BodenhausenDr Ulrich Bodenhausen
Manager
Vector Consulting Services GmbH

12.00

Q&A

12.10

PANEL DISCUSSION

Could service diagnostics be replaced by AI?

  • What role does a service technician have?
  • Is the service garage going to be redundant?

with

Thomas Durst

Thomas Durst, Business Owner, Autohaus Durst
Dr Norbert Waleschkowski, CEO, Semantis Information Builders GmbH

Further panellists in arrangement

12.50

Networking lunch

REMOTE DIAGNOSTICS

13.50

Remote diagnosis in the aftersales

  • Use case and customer view
  • Integration in the aftersales organisation
  • Technical challenges: cloud computing and remote-capable test plan

Tobias HeinemannTobias Heinemann
Project Manager Remote Diagnosis
BMW Group

14.10

Q&A

14.20

Security in remote diagnostics – Challenge and chance

  • Security issues in today‘s VCI-based diagnostics
  • Remote use cases and their additional challenges
  • How to deal with intrusion spots

Günter FahböckGünter Fahböck
Project Manager
Softing Automotive Electronics GmbH

14.40

Q&A

14.50

Diagnostics and condition monitoring for e-mobility and autonomous driving

  • Digital functional simulation of LEONI’s wiring products under diverse load scenarios from the planning board to vehicle specific optimal utilization in the field
  • Intelligent power distribution units enabling smart e-fuses and remote monitoring
  • Distributed sensors and virtual sensors for cost-efficient condition monitoring

Christian HofmannChristian Hofmann
Head of Data Analytics
LEONI Kabel GmbH

15.10

Q&A

15.20

Aligning the demands on diagnostics – How (functional) safety, cyber security, maintenance & repair and OBD come together

  • Listing each diagnostics objectives
  • Comparing the underlying methodologies
  • Common ground and contradicting demands, legislations and liabilities

Matthias WeberMatthias Weber
Managing Director
Roben Automotive

15.40

Summary and Q&A

16.00

End of conference