Location: Dresden, Germany
Shape the future of mobility and transportation together with automotive industry experts!
Discuss the upcoming challenges, including future emission requirements such as RDE and the need
for up-to-date testing methods.
March 22 nd - 23 rd, 2018
• Future Emission Requirements and Legislation
• Testing Methods for Alternative Propulsion Technologies
• Integration of Real and Virtual Testing
The automotive industry is facing the biggest challenges in its history. Not only tightened emission laws on a global scale but also new technologies such as hybrid/electric drivetrains, new materials, advanced driver assistance systems or automated driving necessitate new development and testing concepts of vehicles and the involved infrastructure. In order to overcome some of the hurdles, the automotive industry is cooperating with universities, research institutes and governmental organizations on a large scale. Experts from different domains are working together to shape transportation and to bring it into the next century.
Increase your knowledge about the upcoming challenges of the automotive industry and discuss the following topics with industry experts:
Future Emission Requirements and Legislation
Interest in measurement principles for non-combustion particles such as brake wear or tires is continously increasing and leads to new targets and challenges in this field.
Testing Methods for alternative propulsion technologies
Development and testing of new propulsion technologies require a whole set of new measurement methods and procedures. Some of the measurement principles are well known for laboratory applications but are up to now not well known within the automotive domain. Which new measurement principles can be used to support the development and testing of components such as batteries and fuel cells in the future?
Integration of real and virtual testing
The need to cut development cost and development time, together with growing experience in simulation techniques facilitates hybrid methods, such as Xin-the-loop, and combined simulation and testing. This presents some challenges, such as data consistency, comparability of results, integration into complex development processes, etc. All these topics, including upcoming challenges and targets, are currently under consideration by manufacturers.
MARCH 22nd (THURSDAY)
Arrival and Registration
Prof. Dr. Matthew Barth University of California Riverside, Bourns College of Engineering,
1. FUTURE EMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND LEGISLATION
Keynote Speech: Health Effects Related to Emissions from Road Transport in Perspective to Other Sources
A Definition of Real Driving Emissions
Non-Exhaust Emissions: How to Deal with Brake Particle Emissions
16:00 - 16:30
Recent Developments in European Light Duty Vehicle Emissions Legislation and Their Implications
16:30 - 17:00
Virtual Testing and Validation of the Upgradable, Autonomous Car of the Future
Evening Event …
MARCH 23rd (FRIDAY)
2. TESTING METHODS FOR ALTERNATIVE PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES
Analytical Spectroscopy in Automotive Development
New Hybrid Test Procedures: X-Ray Instrumented Vehicle Crash and Crash Testing of Charged Batteries
Optimised Diesel Hybrid Powertrain and Controls to Minimize CO2 and NOx Emissions
11:00 - 11:30
Bosch Activities on Combustion Generated Nano Particle Emissions and Associated EU Funded Projects
3. INTEGRATION OF REAL AND VIRTUAL TESTING
Advanced Vehicle Driving Modes - Future Test and Diagnosis Challenge
Big Data and Machine Learning: Challenges and Opportunities to Improve Your Business
Synergetic Utilization of Testing and Simulation in the Audi Chassis Development Process
Integrated Test and Simulation in Handling and Ride Target Cascading
Integration of Real and Virtual Testing in the Context of Testing ADAS and Automated Vehicles
15:30 - 16:00
All topics are followed with a Q&A session English and German (simultaneous translation)
CHAIR OF CONFERENCE
Prof. Dr. Marcus Rieker
Director Academic Affairs
HORIBA Europe GmbH
Prof. Dr. Günther Prokop
Chair of Automotive Engineering
Dresden University of Technology
Institute of Automobile Engineering
Application by February 23rd 2018
Participants: € 470,00
Students: € 100,00
Participants: € 520,00
Students: € 150,00
Registration includes the participation in the event, conference documents, catering during the breaks,
participation in the evening event and 19 % German VAT.
Participation at the social evening is not included for students but can be booked separately.
VENUE & HOTELS
A limited number of rooms was reserved at the following hotels:
• Hotels The Westin Bellevue Dresden: Conference hotel
• Ibis Bastei Dresden: 2 km to the conference hotel
• Vienna House QF Dresden: 1 km to the conference hotel
You can use the registration form to book the hotel room and benefit from our special rates
APPLICATION & CONTACT
CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden
Phone: +49 (0) 351-2152-7800
Fax: +49 (0) 351-2152-7808
After registering, you will receive confirmation and an invoice from CMD. You can also book hotel accommodation when you register. Please sign up for the conference at: Register now.