Program 2019

FIRST CONFERENCE DAYSECOND CONFERENCE DAY

TUESDAY, 12 NOVEMBER 2019

9.30

Registration with coffee and tea

10.00

Welcome address and introduction by CTI and the chair

Ralph MüllerRalph Müller
Director Ecosystem-Europe
Eclipse Foundation Europe

10.10

Automotive Software and Electronics 2030 – Trends and Market Development

  • Overview of current technology trends that will change the automotive software and electronics architecture driven by ACES trends
  • Outlook of market development in automotive software and electronics components
  • Discussion on impact of players along the automotive value chain and disruption through new technologies

Ondrej BurkackyOndrej Burkacky
Partner
McKinsey & Company

10.40

Develop Systems – Not Products

  • Traditional development projects focus on functional requirements to delineate product boundaries and turn customers into owners
  • Systems of systems (SoS) focus on relationships – expressing non-functional requirements for flexible connectivity in unbounded customer experience
  • Conways Law states that properties of technological architecture need to be reflected in organisational culture
  • How can organisations cope in the SoS age?

Bonifaz MaagBonifaz Maag
CEO
Kugler Maag

11.10

Q&A and discussion

11.20

Networking break with coffee and tea

SOFTWARE AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING

11.50

Vehicle Abstraction Layer enabling Service Orientated Automotive Software

  • Vehicle independent application interfaces providing specific vehicle functions
  • Shifting functionality between different in-vehicle and external execution platforms
  • Chances and challenges

Alexander SpringerAlexander Springer
Vice President Mobility Solutions Technology Strategy Software
Robert Bosch GmbH

12.20

Unified Interface Description Language: How to Integrate and Manage Diverse SW Domains

  • A common description format for application communication
  • Orchestrate the interaction of signal, onboard-service and cloud domains
  • Prototyping and verification opportunities

Mohammed Hashem, Senior Expert Network Protocols and ComStack Architecture, Continental

12.50

Q&A and discussion

13.00

Networking lunch

14.30

ECU and Application Independent Automotive Software Platform

  • Based on open standards
  • For realtime and high performance applications
  • Automotive grade turnkey solution

Robert LeibingerRobert Leibinger
Head of Product Management Group Cross Products
Elektrobit

15.00

Q&A and discussion

15.10

Networking break with coffee and tea

15.40

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 3 topics for 25 minutes each.

16.40

Presentation of roundtable session results

OPEN SOURCE: OPEN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT, STANDARDIZATION AND OPEN INTERFACES

16.55

Open Source as a Way to Collaborate in a Changing Automotive Market

  • Challenges in development of complex software for autonomous driving
  • Usage of Open Source Technologies and their challenges
  • Open Source as enabler for development and collaboration

Joerg Tessmer Andreas Riexinger

Joerg Tessmer, Project Manager Cross Automotive Platforms – Systems, Software and Tools, Robert Bosch GmbH
Andreas Riexinger, Product Manager Automated Driving, Robert Bosch GmbH

17.25

Open Source Platforms for Model-based Engineering with UML, SysML and more

  • Complexity and requirements for traceability and consistency when designing, developing and maintaining various types of complex systems
  • Integrated domain-specific tooling for creating, editing and analyzing system models
  • How flexible open-source platforms can be combined to build a tailor-made but still standards-conform modeling tool for systems engineering, with UML, SysML, and more

Dr Philip LangerDr Philip Langer
Principal Software Architect / General Manager
EclipseSource Austria

17.55

Q&A and discussion

18.10

Networking & Business Speed Dating

After the first conference day CTI cordially invites you to take the opportunity to network and exchange experiences in a relaxed atmosphere.

WEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 2019

8.30

Welcome with coffee and tea

9.00

Welcome address and introduction by the chair

Ralph MüllerRalph Müller

DATA

9.10

Advanced Static Code Analysis to Detect Safety Defects and Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

  • Examples of safety-relevant vs. security-relevant programming defects
  • Similarities and differences of safety and security requirements at the programming level
  • Applying sound static analysis to demonstrate safety and security properties
  • Achieving data safety: identifying the impact of potentially corrupted input data

Dr Daniel KästnerDr Daniel Kästner
CTO
AbsInt

9.40

Implementing AI for Self-Driving Cars

Sergio Amaya Serkan Arslan

Sergio Amaya, Director Automotive Software, NVIDIA
Serkan Arslan, Director of Automotive, NVIDIA Europe

10.10

On the Way to One Volkswagen Automotive Platform

Markus LipinskyMarkus Lipinsky
Executive Vice President Connected Car & Device Platform
Volkswagen AG

10.40

Platform Value

  • Creating value-adding mobility services through platform- and neutral server-approaches to collect, aggregate and anonymize location data
  • Inter- and intra-industry cooperations
  • The “Neutral Server” Concept – what it means – and where the business lies

Severin Bredahl-BanovicSeverin Bredahl-Banovic
Senior Director & Head of Business & Solutions Architecture
HERE Technologies

11.10

Q&A and discussion

11.30

Networking break with coffee and tea

VIRTUAL SIMULATION, VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION

12.00

Virtual Vehicles as Key Technology in Powertrain Development

  • Engineering of virtual vehicles
  • Automated testing
  • Use cases

Christoph PetersChristoph Peters
Head of Department Engineering Software Methods and Tools
Robert Bosch GmbH

12.30

Automated Test Factory for Virtual SW Integration

Dr Jens PfeiferDr Jens Pfeifer
Technical Lead Test and Simulation Platform
Audi AG

13.00

Q&A and discussion

13.15

Networking lunch

14.15

OpenMobility – Advancing Simulation Environments for Transport Applications

  • Collaboration through Open Source Software
  • The traffic simulation software Eclipse SUMO
  • Use cases for coupled simulations

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

14.45

Position, Navigation and Timing in a Connected Automated World

  • Why accurate positioning?
  • Why we need realism in simulation?
  • Future thoughts and directions

Dr Raphael GrechDr Raphael Grech
Business Development Manager – Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Spirent Communications

15.15

Q&A and discussion

15.30

End of conference