We invite you to join us at our upcoming RDE (Real Driving Emissions) TECHDay for Heavy-Duty Diesel (HDD) & Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM).

This event will focus on the challenges of these complex regulations, possible solutions and innovative future concepts.

The event will be from 09h00 to 17h00

HORIBA RDE experts and guest speakers will present the following topics: 

-         Latest update on the legislation of RDE HDD & NRMM

-         Latest HORIBA product solutions for Heavy-Duty application

-         OEM's experiences with HDD PEMS

-         Overview of RDE situation in the US

Speakers

At the event, HORIBA offers the unique opportunity to bring together employees of notable automobile manufactures and Tier-1 suppliers as well as representatives of well-known universities and research institutions.

Keynote Speakers

Brendan ShafferOpen

Senior Scientist and Technology Manager
Advanced Power and Energy Program
University of California, Irvine

Geoff DavisOpen

Chief Commercial & Technical Officer
MIRA Ltd.

Prof. Dr. Bernard BäkerOpen

Chair of Automotive Mechatronics
Dresden University of Technology

November 26th (Thursday)

10:30

Arrival and Registration

11:00

Opening

1. REAL DRIVING EMISSIONS & FUTURE TRENDS IN MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY


11:30

Keynote Speech: “The Fuels Required to Meet California Carbon Reduction Goals: Electricity and Hydrogen“

Brendan Shaffer
Senior Scientist and Technology Manager
University of California, Irvine

12:30

LUNCH BREAK


13:30

“Recent Legislative and Research Developments in Vehicle Real World Emissions”

Les Hill
Global Product Planning
HORIBA Ltd.


14:00

“CO2 Emissions over the WLTP Test Cycle (WLTC), NEDC and TP-75 – Practical Considerations, Experimental Observations and Trends”

Piotr Bielaczyc
Department Manager Engine Research
BOSMAL Ltd. Poland


14:30

“Capabilities and Challenges of Mobile Emissions Measurement for North American Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines”

Gorance Eftimovski
Director Engineering Connected Systems and Controls Calibration
Cummins, Inc.


15:00

“Real Driving on the High-Dynamic Engine Test Bench - Approaches and Methods”

Dipl.-Ing. Robert Walter
Faculty of Combustion Engines 
Dresden University of Technology

15:30

COFFEE BREAK

2. INTEGRATION OF TESTING & SIMULATION


16:00

Keynote Speech: “Flying Cars will follow later – Mechatronic Vehicle Tests in 2020“

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernard Bäker
Ordinary for Vehicle Mechatronics
Dresden University of Technology

Evening Event from 19:00


November 27th (Friday)

2. INTEGRATION OF TESTING & SIMULATION (cont.)


9:00

“Quality Assured Parameterization of Total Vehicle Simulation Models in Handling and Ride”

Prof. Dr.- Ing. Günther Prokop
Ordinary for Automotive Engineering
Dresden University of Technology


9:30

“Implementation of Advanced Vehicle Development on Test System Solutions - A Cooperation between HORIBA and Dresden University of Technology”

Dr. Stefan Bender
General Manager Product Line Powertrain & Chassis
HORIBA Europe GmbH

10:00

COFFEE BREAK


10:30

“Experimental Evaluation of Chassis Systems in Terms of Vibration Behavior”

Dr. Michael Wegscheider
Consultant Structural Durability
BMW Group


11:00

“Model-based Drivability Application at the Example of the Load Shock”

Yagiz Dursun
Test Engineering
Daimler AG


11:30

“Improving Fuel Economy Predictions Through Vehicle Simulations at the Test Cells”

Gorance Eftimovski
Director Engineering Connected Systems and Controls Calibration
Cummins Inc.


12:00

“Test Data Management for Integrated Physical and Virtual Security Based on open MDM®

Dr. Thomas Schmidt
Process & Method Development, Testing Collaboration
Audi AG

12:30

LUNCH BREAK

3. VALIDATION OF SAFETY CRITICAL VEHICLE FUNCTIONS


13:30

Keynote Speech: “Disruptive Technologies for Travel - An Automotive Perspective“

Dr. Geoff Davis
Chief Commercial and Technical Officer (CCTO)
MIRA Ltd.


14:30

“Testing of the Electric Vehicle in the Project Visio.M”

Prof. Dr. Markus Lienkamp
Institute of Automotive Technologies
Technical University Munich


15:00

COFFEE BREAK


15:30

“Multidisciplinary Development of a Driving Simulator with Autostereoscopic Visualization for the Integrated Development of Driver Assistance Systems”

Dipl.-Ing. Cornelia Lex
Scientific Project Researcher
Graz University of Technology

16:00

Closing Speech

Conference Venue:

Klassikstadt GmbH

Orber Straße 4a

60386 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Parking on site.

You can park on the whole Klassikstadt terrain. It is free of charge.


Conference Language:

English


Arrival:

http://www.klassikstadt.de/anfahrt/

By car: You can arrive from the motorway A5, A3 or A66.

By plane: Frankfurt airport   ~ 20km from the Frankfurt Airport

By train:  Frankfurt central station ~ 8km from the central station

Public Transport: 

Tram: line 11

tramstop for Klassikstadt is Cassellastraße and 5 Min by foot.

 or

Bus: line 44

the bus stop is Steinauerstraße and 1 min by foot.


Hotel Reservation:

We advise you to book a room quickly to ensure accommodation.

  AMADEUS HOTEL

-         https://hotel-amadeus-frankfurt.de/

-         2,8 km from Klassikstadt

-         We have a block of rooms reserved under the name of HORIBA  till 29th September.

-         Adress: Röntgenstraße 5, 60388 Frankfurt am Main

-         Tel.: +49 6109 3700

-         email:  info@hotel-amadeus-frankfurt.de

  

  SHERATON HOTEL   

-         http://www.sheratonoffenbach.com/

-         4,5km from Klassikstadt

-         Adress: Berliner Str. 111, 63065 Offenbach am Main

-         Tel.: +49 69 82999 0

-         email:  Sheraton@sheratonoffenbach.com

 

  25h the Goldman HOTEL

-         https://www.25hours-hotels.com/de/the-goldman/home/home.html

-         5,8 km from Klassikstadt

-         Adress: Hanauer Landstraße 127, 60314 Frankfurt am Main

-         Tel.: +49 69 4058689 255

-         email:  res.goldman@25hours-hotels.com  

If you have any more questions please contact us, 

HORIBA-events.europe@horiba.com

or

Odile Gambier : tel.: +49 6151 5000-2451

odile.gambier@horiba.com