Program 2018

FIRST CONFERENCE DAYSECOND CONFERENCE DAY

MONDAY, 10 DECEMBER 2018

9.00

Registration and handing out the digital conference documents

9.30

Welcome address and introduction by EUROFORUM and the Chairman

Ralf MüllerRalph Müller
Director Ecosystem-Europe
Eclipse Foundation TRENDS & STANDARDS

TRENDS & STANDARDS

9.45

Automotive Software Development: Trends and Challenges

  • Trends to improve Software quality
  • Hybrid organization: coexistence of classic and agile projects within one organization
  • Agile scaling trends and boundaries

Alexander BadiniAlexander Badini
Senior Project Manager
P3 automotive GmbH

10.15

How do I tell my boss? – Arguments that work for your own management to introduce DevOps, InnerSource and modern software tools in Automotive

  • The brave new world of Agile, DevOps, InnerSource and connected software development tools attracts itself to developers for different reasons as project leads and management. How is it possible to find consensus across teams and management levels on which changes can be justified from an economic angle?
  • This talk show shows cases, arguments and metrics that have been agreed upon by development teams and managers of multiple large German enterprises while evaluating new software tools.

Johannes NicolaiJohannes Nicolai
Enterprise Solutions Engineer
GitHub B.V.

10.45

Questions and discussion with the speakers

11.00

Networking break

11.30

From First to Second Edition: Code-Level Verification in the ISO-26262

  • The verification goals of ISO-26262 include non-functional quality requirements: coding guidelines have to be respected, memory corruption by invalid pointer manipulations, stack overflows, or data races has have to be prevented, freedom of interference has to be shown, and real-time deadlines have to be met.
  • The talk reviews non-functional requirements and methodological recommendations in the ISO/FDIS 26262 (Second Edition) and illustrates the changes from the First Edition.
  • A particular focus is on the role of static code analysis and tool qualification.

Dr Daniel KästnerDr Daniel Kästner
CTO
Absint GmbH

12.00

Unleashing the Power of Multi-Core MCUs by Communication Stack Software Distribution

  • Monolithic communication stack allocated to a single core as performance bottleneck
  • Strategies, pitfalls and things to consider when allocating communication stack modules to multiple cores
  • Assessment of AUTOSAR APIs and mechanisms that support/hinder an efficient distribution
  • Experiences and performance measurements from a real-life series project

Dr Thomas M. Galla, Stefan Kastner

Dr Thomas M. Galla, Chief Expert, Communication Stack, Elektrobit Austria GmbH
Stefan Kastner, Expert – Network Protocols and ComStack Architectures, Continental  Automotive GmbH

12.30

Questions and discussion with the speakers

12.45

Networking lunch

AUTOSAR

14.00

AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Safe, Secure and Intelligent Vehicles Challenges and use-cases

  • The Adaptive Platform Release 18-10
  • AUTOSAR in the context of Safety, Security and AI
  • Processes and Quality Assurance

Martin LuntMartin Lunt
Speaker of the AUTOSAR Project Leader Team
Robert Bosch GmbH

14.30

Future Agility in Distributed Development of AUTOSAR Projects

  • Motivation and challenges for multi-supplier, distributed, agile development
  • Technologies for supporting high-integration software mega-projects
  • Practical report on agile development in AUTOSAR multicore project
  • Open discussion on experiences, expectations and effects of distributed and agile automotive projects

Michael DeubzerMichael Deubzer
Senior Manager Timing Architecture & Integration
Vector Informatik GmbH

15.00

Questions and discussion with the speakers

15.15

Networking break

OPEN SOURCE

15.45

Overcoming the silos: How Open Source could revolutionize the Connected Vehicle domain

  • The opportunities arising with Connected Vehicles and the risk of creating silos in this domain
  • An introduction to the Open Source Connected Vehicle framework Eclipse Kuksa and the adjunct European Research project APPSTACLE
  •  An outlook on future use cases leveraging from openness in the Connected Vehicle domain

tessmer Marco Wagner

Jörg Tessmer, Cross Automotive Platforms – Systems, Software and Tools, Robert Bosch GmbH
Marco Wagner, Corporate Research Division, Robert Bosch GmbH

16.15

Scalable Engineering Stack: Highly automated driving and the way from the lab to the cloud

  • Goals
  • Future and current use-Cases
  • Concept of hybride cloud
  • Challenges

Constantin BrücknerConstantin Brückner
Product Owner ScalableEngineering Stack
Audi AG

16.45

OpenADx – xcelerate your Automated Driving development

  • Leveraging open collaboration and open source to accelerate development of Automated Driving
  • OpenADx – Beneficial for OEMs, Tier1s and technology providers
  • OpenADx embraces other initiatives and does not compete
  • OpenADx as a Portal to Autonomous Driving

Andreas RiexingerAndreas Riexinger
Product Manager Automated Driving
Robert Bosch GmbH

17.15

Questions and discussion with the speakers

17.30

End of the first conference day and get-together

EVENING EVENT
EUROFORUM invites you to a get-together to deepen your conversations, get new contacts or just enjoy the evening in a relaxed atmosphere.

TUESDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2018

8.50

Opening of the second conference day by the Chairman

Ralf MüllerRalph Müller

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

9.00

Modellbasierte Architektur-Entwicklung auf Funktionsebene

Siegfried GötzSiegfried Götz
Process/Method Development Function/Software Development
Audi AG

9.30

SW-Engineering und virtuelle Absicherung
Prof. Dr Wolfram Hardt, Technische Informatik, Technische Universität Chemnitz

10.00

Questions and discussion with the speakers

10.15

Networking break

10.45

Vehicle Computer: Innovative Software for innovative Solutions

  • μP-based vehicle computer and their technology and business drivers
  • Impact of μP-bases vehicle computer on the software engineering within the  automotive industry
  • Differences between μC- and μP-based Software development
  • Impact on cooperation and business models
  • Horizontalization of Software features with concrete examples
  • Derived requirements for application domain independent basic Software for vehicle computers
  • Architectural realization of the Vehicle Run Time Environment

Detlef Zerfowski Subash Scindia

Detlef Zerfowski, Vice President Embedded Security und Vehicle Run Time Environment, ETAS GmbH
Subash Scindia, Product Manager-Vehicle Run-Time Environment, Robert Bosch GmbH

AUTONOMOUS DRIVING

11.15

Challenges of building a software platform for self-driving systems

  • Abstraction layers and common concepts
  • Ideas on how to shape the way we develop software
  • Combining software tools in a heterogeneous domain

Enrique ParodiEnrique Parodi
Technical Lead – Software Platform
Autonomous Intelligent Driving GmbH

11.45

Enabling autonomous driving via artificial intelligence engines

  • Data science platform for building autonomous driving systems
  • Development of deep learning systems for automotive applications
  • Leveraging on real and synthetic data for training autonomous vehicles
  • Artificial intelligence engines for driving context recognition

Prof. Dr Sorin GrigorescuProf. Dr Sorin Grigorescu
Head of Artificial Intelligence
Elektrobit Automotive

12.15

Questions and discussion with the speakers

12.30

Networking lunch

13.30

Open Traffic Simulation for Autonomous Mobility with SUMO

  • Modelling and enhancing autonomous mobility requires flexible simulation tools
  • The open source suite “Simulation of Urban Mobility” (SUMO) provides a vendor neutral and highly adaptive environment
  • The presentation gives a general introduction in using the toolchain as well as an overview recent developments and applications

Michael Behrisch
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Institute of Transportation Systems

14.00

Self-recognition of detection errors of a LIDAR with Deep learning due to dirt

  • Precise environment perception via LIDAR
  • Analysis of point clouds with deep learning
  • Automatic dirt detection with the help of AI
  • Classifying LIDAR states of the environment

Dr Florian PinskerDr Florian Pinsker
Specialist Consultant
IAV GmbH

AGILE

14.30

AGILE – Impacting the Collaboration between Customer and Supplier

  • AGILE – What does this mean?
  • Impacts on AGILE collaboration
  • Project Types in Automotive
  • Possible Collaboration Models
  • Characteristics and Collaboration Modes
  • How to define the Collaboration Model?

Stefan WeberStefan Weber
Senior Expert Agile & Lean Methods in Software/Product Development
Continental Automotive GmbH

15.00

Questions and discussion with the speakers

15.30

End of the conference