8th VECTOR CONGRESS 2016

November 29 - 30, 2016 in Stuttgart

8th Vector Congress

November 29 - 30, 2016

Keep an eye on the mobility of tomorrow.

What is the Vector Congress?

What is the Vector Congress?

Every two years, more than 300 users of automotive embedded electronics convene at the Vector Congress in Stuttgart. The 8th edition of this event has once again focused on the exchange of information among participants from around the world.

Whether you are from one of the automotive companies that started it all, a “Made in Germany” driver of innovation, from a booming global IT giant or even a newcomer from the Golden State of California – all are actively looking for solutions on how to design the personal mobility of tomorrow. Or are you someone for whom car IT, autonomous driving, connected mobility, or vehicle electrification is a far-off dream?

 

Whatever the mobility of tomorrow brings:
At the 8th Vector Congress on November 29 and 30 we showed you how Vector supports you in all tangible development activities related to embedded electronics - with tools, solutions, and more than 25 years of experience in the development of networked automotive electronics.

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Review

The Vector Congress took place on November 29th and 30th 2016 in Stuttgart (Germany). More than 350 international guests accepted the invitation of the Vector Executive Board and met at the „Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle“ for the 8th edition of the industry gathering for Automotive Embedded Electronics.

The top future trends for Cyber Security, ADAS, E/E Architectures, or OTA Software Updates were discussed in a total of 24 lectures and 3 keynotes. But also Adaptive AUTOSAR took plenty of room during the two event days. In Stuttgart it was not just the strategic view on things - it was apparently talked about operational implementation.

 

The strong participation of OEMs was striking: experts from BMW, Daimler, GM/Opel, Porsche, Renault and Volkswagen presented their specific approaches to the challenges of the mobility of tomorrow.

In the accompanying exhibition the visitors could find out everything about the wide range of Vector Informatik and exchange with product specialists and managers at the technical level.

The Vector Congress takes place every two years in Stuttgart, Germany and is planned for autumn 2018.

Impressions

Impressions of the Vector Congress in November 2016.
Lectures - Exhibition - Networking

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Agenda

Our list of speakers included proven experts from Automotive OEMs, suppliers and engineering services. Presentations were a half-hour in length offering focused solutions.

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ADAS
Measurement Technology
ECU Calibration
ECU Development
Diagnostics
E/E Development
ECU Network Testing
Security
ECU Software
Safety
Car2x/V2X
Automotive Ethernet

Tuesday, 29th November 2016

ALTE REITHALLE
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Presentation
09:45
10:00
Keynote
PDF Video
Car, bring the Harry 'round! – Consequences of New Applications for E/E Engineering [ Details ]
Prof. Eric Sax, KIT [ Short Biography ]
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Prof. Eric Sax, KIT

Prof. Eric Sax, KIT

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eric Sax studied electrical engineering at the University of Karlsruhe. He’s major was information technology, the interface between electrical engineering and informatics. After that he worked as a research assistant and later as the department manager at Research Center for Information Technology (FZI) – always with a focus on embedded system and the overall approach for their development. In this context, he earned his PhD in the field of mixed-signal tests for embedded systems.

Following this, he promoted the topic hardware-in-the-loop testing of electronic control units (HiL) for Daimler AG passenger cars development. About that he published a book at Hanser Publishers.

He also came up with new methods and corresponding ideas for model-based engineering and quality management such as CMMI and SPICE in the automotive industry.

He accepted global responsibility for the Electric/Electronic development for buses and coaches at Daimler, until he recently became head of the Institute for Information Processing Technologies (ITIV) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). At the same time was appointed as a director to the FZI. Focus areas are still embedded systems, seamless processes, methods and tools and basically all applications in the automotive industry or related areas.

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Abstract

Car, bring the Harry 'round! – Consequences of New Applications for E/E Engineering

  • New Applications e.g. automated driving
  • Challenge: Processes, Methods and Tools
  • Data, data, data

Speaker: Prof. Eric Sax, KIT

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10:30
ADAS
PDF Video
Towards a Complete Workflow for Sensor Fusion [ Details ]
Holger Löbel, Baselabs [ Short Biography ]
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Holger Löbel, Baselabs

Holger Löbel, Baselabs

Holger Löbel is CMO and co-founder of BASELABS. In his role, he is responsible for the sales and marketing activities as well as business development. He holds a diploma in business administration and science from Chemnitz University of Technology. From 2006, he worked as a project manager at Infineon Technologies AG, a market-leading company in semiconductors. There, he gathered extensive experiences at the interface between R&D and technical marketing.

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Abstract

Towards a Complete Workflow for Sensor Fusion

The race for automated driving is on – who will be the first with an mass-produced automated vehicle? Customers will experience differentiation between the manufacturers from the driving behavior of the vehicle, but not necessarily from the underlying technologies. Data fusion is such an enabling technology and industry players have the choice if they invest in own developments or benefit from a standardized workflow. Holger Löbel will speak about the status quo in the development process for data fusion, and introduce thoughts on a further development of the workflow which are intended as an input for discussion at the congress.

Speaker: Holger Löbel, Baselabs

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11:00
ADAS
PDF Video
Measurement Solution for Newest Radar Microcontroller [ Details ]
Alfred Kless, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Alfred Kless, Vector

Alfred Kless, Vector

After graduating from the Technical College of Esslingen with a degree in Electrical Engineering, Alfred Kless initially worked for ALCATEL where his roles included team leader for software development and business development of test systems.

Since May 2004, he has been employed at Vector Informatik in Stuttgart as Business Development Manager for the product lines "Measurement & Calibration" and "Network Interfaces". Beside Powertrain use case, he focus on ADAS measurement solutions.

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Abstract

Measurement Solution for Newest Radar Microcontroller

  • Radar raw data in combination with ECU internal data like FFT results, Object-List
  • Challenges for measurement device installation  into  the radar unit
  • ADAS entire vehicle logging with datarate up to 1 GByte/s

Speakers: Alfred Kless, Vector

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11:30
Measurement Technology
PDF Video
Safe Measurement in HV Environments [ Details ]
Timo Eich, CSM [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Timo Eich, CSM

Timo Eich, CSM

Timo Eich is key account manager for measurement and test equipment at CSM GmbH. After graduating from the University of Applied Sciences in Friedberg/Hessen (Germany) in Electrical and Communications Engineering, he first developed customer-specific software solutions for measurement systems. In 2006 he then switched into sales. 2011 he joined CSM GmbH and is in charge of sales for south-east Germany and Austria.

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Abstract

Safe Measurement in HV Environments

  • Safe measuring system from the sensor cable to the measuring module
  • Solutions for analogue sensors as well as temperatures
  • Certified safety

Speaker: Timo Eich, CSM

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12:00
Lunch Break
13:30
ECU Development
Agile Software Development with AUTOSAR and Multi-Core – a Case Study [ Details ]
Joachim Fox, ZF/TRW [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr.-Ing Joachim Fox, ZF/TRW

Dr.-Ing Joachim Fox, ZF/TRW

Dr. Joachim Fox leads the department Braking Software Systems Engineering for ZF TRW in Koblenz, Germany. He studied electrical engineering in Saarbrücken and Karlsruhe and focused on state estimation and robotics during his doctorate. After that, he was leading departments in the automotive industry for control engineering, basic software development, and recently software architecture/AUTOSAR, software requirements, and integration. He is also driving software related topics of functional safety and the introduction of agile methods.

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Abstract

Agile Software Development with AUTOSAR and Multi-Core – a Case Study

  • Agile, Scrum
  • AUTOSAR
  • Multi Core

Speaker: Dr.-Ing Joachim Fox, ZF/TRW

14:00
Keynote
PDF
The AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform [ Details ]
Simon Fürst, BMW [ Short Biography ]
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Simon Fürst, BMW

Simon Fürst, BMW

Simon Fürst studied Aerospace Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. From 1993 till 2001 he was a research assistant at the department of System Dynamics and Flight Mechanics at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich. His research area was on onboard autonomous, vision based systems for navigation and landing of airplanes and helicopters. From 2001 till 2002 he worked for IABG in Ottobrunn as a project leader and consultant for the qualification of the high risk avionics software in the tiger helicopter and the Eurofighter Typhoon. Since mid 2003 he is with BMW. There he is one of the authors of an internal software development standard for embedded software. From 2005 till March 2009 he was a member of the software group of the VDA NAA AA-I3 AK16 and a software expert in ISO TC22 SC3 WG16 working on ISO 26262, the functional safety standard for the automotive domain. During that time he was international project leader for some of the chapters of ISO 26262. In 2006 Fürst became BMW Project Leader for AUTOSAR. In 2008 he switched to the AUTOSAR Steering Committee. From July 2009 till March 2010 and from July 2015 till March 2016 he was AUTOSAR Spokesperson. At BMW he is General Manager for software development and software infrastructure.

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Abstract

The AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform

  • Use-cases and applications
  • Features and architecture
  • Roadmap and status

Speaker: Simon Fürst, BMW

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14:30
ECU Software
PDF Video
Quo Vadis Embedded OS? [ Details ]
Timo Kerstan, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Timo Kerstan, Vector

Dr. Timo Kerstan is team leader in the area of Embedded Software at Vector Informatik GmbH. He is responsible for development of MICROSAR OS. Besides customer specific functions, his main focus is on the functionality defined by AUTOSAR. The support of ECU projects including Ethernet-based communication is also one of his tasks. After graduating from the University of Paderborn in computer science he first worked as a software developer for dSPACE GmbH and then joined Vector Informatik GmbH in 2013.

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Abstract

Quo Vadis Embedded OS?

Software-based vehicle functions such as highly-automated driving or smartphone connectivity require a new generation of very powerful ECUs. While the development of conventional ECUs has been driven primarily by high real-time and security requirements, aspects such as dynamic exchanging of software components, the use of standard libraries for e.g. the graphic output, independent learning as well as fast production cycles stands in foreground today. In order to meet these requirements, POSIX-based operating systems, e.g. Linux are used more intensively in the vehicle. Since these operating systems were originally not developed for the automotive sector, the question arises as to how these operating systems can meet the various requirements of the automotive sector.

Speaker: Timo Kerstan, Vector

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15:00
Coffee Break
15:30
Diagnostics
PDF Video
Remote Diagnostics and OTA [ Details ]
Armin Happel, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Armin Happel, Vector

Armin Happel, Vector

Armin Happel studied electrical engineering at the University of GH Siegen. After 6 years in the in the area of control and automation technology, where he developed hard- and software, he came to Vector Informatik in 1997. In the product line for embedded software, he was responsible for the "Flash Bootloader" section of the standard software for global vehicle manufacturers. Since 2014, he has been working as a Principal Software Development Engineer and Manager in research and development for embedded systems, where he supervises the areas of security and over-the-air.

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Abstract

Remote Diagnostics and OTA

  • Use-cases and possible realization
  • Security and reliability
  • Remote diagnosis and SOTA as part of the whole process

Speaker: Armin Happel, Vector

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16:00
E/E Development
Data Handling in Network Communication for User – Complex or Complicated? [ Details ]
Andreas Lohmann and Dr. Matthias Görber and Rüdiger Roppel, Porsche [ Short Biography ]
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Andreas Lohmann, Porsche

Andreas Lohmann, Porsche

Andreas Lohmann is area manager for the section car network data specification at the Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. There he is responsible for the creation, design and distribution of the car network relevant data for all car series. After graduating from the University of Applied Sciences Wilhelmshaven (Germany) in information technology, he joined Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG in 2007.

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Abstract

Data Handling in Network Communication for User – Complex or Complicated?

  • car network/ data management
  • usability of car network data at input/using/ouput
  • solution approach for abstraction

Speakers: Andreas Lohmann und Dr. Matthias Görber und Rüdiger Roppel, Porsche

16:30
E/E Development
PDF
"E/E Architektur Next": In Transition to Digitalization [ Details ]
Dr. Matthias Traub, BMW [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr. Matthias Traub, BMW

Dr. Matthias Traub, BMW

Dr. Traub is Chief-Architect for the future E/E-Architecture and head of "E/E-Architecture Platform" for all cars of the BMW Group. He studied "Electric and Electronics" at the university of Karlsruhe. From 2002 till 2010 he worked for the Daimler AG as a work student, graduand and doctoral candidate in the department of "E/E Architectures and Standards". In 2010 Mr. Traub joined the BMW AG in the department of "E/E architecture design".

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Abstract

"E/E Architektur Next": In Transition to Digitalization

How IT-Standards Will Influence the Future E/E-Architecture

Speaker: Dr. Matthias Traub, BMW

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17:00
Keynote
EE Architecture process, Use case RENAULT for PREEVISION (Presentation in English) [ Details ]
Robert Faure, Renault [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Robert Faure, Renault

Robert Faure, Renault

Mr. Faure is expert in the area of automotive system electronic at RENAULT. He is in charge of advance design for electronic and electrical architecture of new platforms. He supports introduction of new technologies regarding hardware, software and network communication. After graduating from Arts et Métiers (France) and Supelec (France) he worked 6 years at Thomson CSF (Airborne systems) and joined RENAULT in 1993.

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Abstract

EE Architecture process, Use case RENAULT for PREEVISION

After a short overview of the drivers and the challenges which lead to new EE architecture design, we describe the vehicle platform based EE architecture process in Alliance Renault Nissan. Then we list requirements for a database modeling tool to support this process and how PREEVISION with customizations can fit these requirements.

Speaker: Robert Faure, Renault

Presentation in English.

18:00
SAAL MARITIM
Time
Presentation
09:45
10:00
10:30
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
Fully Automated ECU Test in Continuous Integration [ Details ]
Markus Hauk, Bosch [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Markus Hauk, Bosch

Markus Hauk, Bosch

Markus Hauk (Graduate Engineer), after completing his studies as precision engineer at the Technical College of Karlsruhe, was employed for seven years at the Robert Bosch GmbH De-velopment and Research Center in Schwieberdingen. He changed to Automotive Electronics for development of E/E-Architectures with focus of Body Domain for three years.

Since the beginning of 2007 he has been working in the software developing area for Basis System Functions of active break systems at Robert Bosch GmbH in Abstatt. Today he works on new concepts of testing with Vector components for platform and customer projects.

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Abstract

Fully Automated ECU Test in Continuous Integration

In the automotive industry there are very significant requirements according reliability and validation. In order to continuously accelerate the development of safety relevant systems, a standardized verification process is essential. This aspect requires not only an optimized test environment but also a flexible automation solution to cover the increasing amount of testing jobs. Both instances complement each other ideally.

The technical concept shows a fully automated solution for verification of basis software on the real ECU by using Vector components. With a clever integration of test automation into the Continuous Integration (CI) infrastructure, we achieve a high test coverage and – even more important – a quick availability of test results.

Speaker: Markus Hauk, Bosch

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11:00
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
Mastering Service Orientated Architecture with CANoe’s Function Bus [ Details ]
Christian Köllner, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Christian Köllner, Vector

Christian Köllner, Vector

After finishing his studies of computer science at the University of Karlsruhe (nowadays KIT), Christian Köllner started his career in 2007 as a research associate at FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe. He mainly focused on tools for embedded systems in the automotive environment. In 2013 he received his doctorate in engineering and joined Vector as a software development engineer for virtual integration and simulation of AUTOSAR ECUs. Since 2015 he’s been leading a software team at Vector site Karlsruhe, contributing to the development of vVIRTUALtarget and CANoe.

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Abstract

Mastering Service Orientated Architecture with CANoe’s Function Bus

  • Service-oriented architecture (SoA)
  • CANoe, test and simulation
  • virtual integration

Speaker: Christian Köllner, Vector

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11:30
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
Ensuring quality for ADAS applications with a model-based approach (Presentation in English) [ Details ]
Åsa Björnemark, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Åsa Björnemark, Vector

Åsa Björnemark, Vector

Åsa Björnemark is a technical product manager for products like CANoe, VT System, vTESTstudio at Vector Scandinavia since 2003. She is also manager for the Test Solutions department at Vector Scandinavia. After graduation with a Master’s degree from University of Technology in Sydney (Australia) she participated in the development of embedded real-time systems e.g. at Volvo Car. The last two years she has been working closely together with Volvo Car to enhance the possibilities of virtual verification in early project phases.

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Abstract

Ensuring quality for ADAS applications with a model-based approach

  • Using a standard interface like FMI to interconnect tools for virtual test platforms
  • Maintaining traceability for critical functions with a model-based approach
  • Lessons learned from Volvo Cars on CANoe / CarMaker test projects

Speaker: Åsa Björnemark, Vector

Presentation in English.

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12:00
Lunch Break
13:30
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
Variants and Traceability as the Challenge - Model-Based Test Design as an Answer [ Details ]
Ute Katranski, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Ute Katranski, Vector

Ute Katranski, Vector

Ute Katranski studied Mathematics at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart. Since 2006 she has been working at Vector Informatik GmbH at the department “Tools for Networks and Distributed Systems”. First she worked as software developer in the field of network design tools and standard file format editors. Working in the domain of testing with CANoe since 2009, she was able to gain experiences in test approaches and concepts. In the meantime she is product manager for the test design tool vTESTstudio.

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Abstract

Variants and Traceability as the Challenge - Model-Based Test Design as an Answer

  • Model-based test design
  • Variant handling, re-use
  • Traceability

Speaker: Ute Katranski, Vector

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14:00
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
PSI5: Safety & Latest Developments [ Details ]
Dr. Juan Pontes, Bosch [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr. Juan Pontes, Bosch

Dr. Juan Pontes, Bosch

Juan Pontes received Dr.-Ing. (PhD) from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, in 2010 and has worked at Robert Bosch GmbH since 2011. During his time there he has taken up different responsibilities and is now steering committee member of the PSI5 organization. He oversees all PSI5 topics at Bosch with focus on business development activities for MEMS sensors and new markets. In addition to this he manages application projects for MEMS sensors in the APAC region.

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Abstract

PSI5: Safety & Latest Developments

  • Safety - ISO26262
  • Specification Update
  • Latest News & Outlook

Speaker: Dr. Juan Pontes, Bosch

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14:30
ECU Network Testing
Efficient Fleet Testing by Real-Time Detection of Anomalies (Presentation in English) [ Details ]
Andrea Tesio, CSI [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Andrea Tesio, CSI

Andrea Tesio, CSI

Born in 1971 in Turin (Italy) and graduated in Physics at the University of Turin, he has been responsible for the Area of Vehicle Validation of CSI SpA - Automotive Division since 2015, area which involves about 100 resources operating in different testing activities.

After a post graduate training on "Technologies for the automotive actuators based on smart material" at Fiat Research Centre in 2000, he joined Prototipo SpA, an Italian company specialized in engineering and testing activities for the automotive market.

He has covered the role of program manager in several projects in engineering and testing activities for FIAT and Ferrari Auto since 2006.

In 2006 he was the responsible for the business unit "reliability and validation of vehicles" in Prototipo SpA.

He has been Chief Operating Officer for the testing activities of Prototipo SpA since 2007.

He has developed the electronic department of the laboratories of Prototipo SpA since 2009 by creating a new line of services for the instrumentation and data management for testing fleets (RE.V.E.A.L. System)

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Efficient Fleet Testing by Real-Time Detection of Anomalies

Diagnosis improvements on testing fleets referred to real-time data logging and data management.

Speaker: Andrea Tesio, CSI

Presentation in English.

15:00
Coffee Break
15:30
ECU Network Testing
PDF Video
The CANoe.Ethernet Solution - Use in Practice [ Details ]
Steven Tertrais, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Steven Tertrais, Vector

Steven Tertrais, Vector

Mr. Tertrais is Software-Development-Engineer in the area Networks and Distributed Systems at Vector Informatik GmbH. He is involved in the development of the CANoe Ethernet option. His focus is on service-based communication and the design of general software concepts for the Vector toolchain. The technical support of CANoe.Ethernet users is also part of his tasks. After graduating from the ESAIP École d’Ingénieurs Angers (Frankreich) in Computer Science, Networks and Telecommunication, he joined Vector Informatik GmbH in 2008.

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Abstract

The CANoe.Ethernet Solution - Use in Practice

  • SOME/IP
  • AVB
  • Use cases

Speaker: Steven Tertrais, Vector

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16:30
17:00
18:00

Wednesday, 30th November 2016

ALTE REITHALLE
Time
Presentation
09:00
Keynote
PDF Video
Car IT Security as a Standard? [ Details ]
Lorenz Slansky, Daimler [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Lorenz Slansky, Daimler

Lorenz Slansky, Daimler

Lorenz Slansky is senior manager for network, function and communication architecture in the business unit Mercedes-Benz Cars at Daimler. He is responsible for the development of function architecture, E/E architecture, standard software based on AUTOSAR, communication architecture, network architecture, and onboard Car IT Security.

After graduating from the University of Applied Sciences Esslingen (Germany) in microelectronics, he joined the Daimler AG in 1996.

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Abstract

Car IT Security as a Standard?

  • Differences and similarities with respect to security technology requirements within the automotive industry
  • Standardization of technologies for car IT security - especially in AUTOSAR
  • Standardization of security processes, security levels similar to the safety integrity levels in ISO 26262
  • Use of standards for a key and certificate infrastructure for the vehicle

Speaker: Lorenz Slansky, Daimler

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09:30
Security
PDF Video
Automotive Security: Challenges and Solutions [ Details ]
Dr. Eduard Metzker, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr. Eduard Metzker, Vector

Dr. Eduard Metzker, Vector

Dr. Eduard Metzker is the manager of the Cyber Security Solution at Vector Informatik GmbH. He is responsible for the the entire portfolio consisting of services, embedded software and tools protecting vehicle functions against cyber attacks. Previously, Mr. Metzker was responsible as a product manager for the topics communication design and functional safety. From 2003 to 2008, Dr. Metzker run various projects improving software development processes in different development areas of the Daimler AG.

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Automotive Security: Challenges and Solutions

  • Security from a Process Perspective
  • Embedded Security Mechanisms
  • Security Requirements for Tools

Speaker: Dr. Eduard Metzker, Vector

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10:00
Coffee Break
10:30
ECU Software
PDF Video
Adaptive AUTOSAR as SW-Framework for the New Electric Vehicle Platform [ Details ]
Dr. Marcel Wille, Volkswagen [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr. Marcel Wille, Volkswagen

Dr. Marcel Wille, Volkswagen

Dr. Wille studied computer science at Clausthal University of Technology. After a short work stay at Intershop Communication AG in Jena, he came back to Clausthal where he received his PhD in the area of automotive communication networks. In 2008 Dr. Wille joined Volkswagen to support the series introduction of FlexRay. Since 2011 he is responsible for the AUTOSAR rollout at Volkswagen and represents Volkswagen group in the AUTOSAR project leader team.

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Adaptive AUTOSAR as SW-Framework for the New Electric Vehicle Platform

  • Adaptive AUTOSAR
  • E/E architectures
  • service-oriented Communication

Speaker: Dr. Marcel Wille, Volkswagen

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11:00
ECU Software
PDF Video
The Adaptive Platform For Future Use Cases [ Details ]
Patrick Markl, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Patrick Markl, Vector

Patrick Markl, Vector

Patrick Markl is Manager Software Development in Research and Development Embedded Systems at Vector Informatik GmbH.

After studying electronics at the Fachhochschule in Esslingen, he started his career at Vector Informatik GmbH as an embedded software developer. In 2011, he developed the concept development in the embedded area and worked as a team leader. Since 2016 he has been a group leader in the newly founded Research and Development Embedded Systems division, where he is responsible for Adaptive AUTOSAR, ADAS and Vehicle2X.

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The Adaptive Platform For Future Use Cases

  • Adaptive AUTOSAR
  • Service Orientierte Kommunikation

Speaker: Patrick Markl, Vector

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11:30
Safety
PDF Video
A Safe Basis: Safety Functions - Status and Challenge [ Details ]
Jochen Rein, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Jochen Rein, Vector

Jochen Rein, Vector

Mr. Jochen Rein is Head of Product Management and Sales for Embedded Software at Vector Informatik GmbH. In addition to CANbedded, CANFbl, OSCan, the AUTOSAR products MICROSAR and DaVinci are a key focus. After studying at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences and several years of independent work in the traffic systems sector, he joined Vector Informatik GmbH in 1997.

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Abstract

A Safe Basis: Safety Functions - Status and Challenge

  • What can be provided by the Basic Software
  • Further Requirements

Speaker: Jochen Rein, Vector

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12:00
Lunch Break
13:30
ECU Development
PDF Video
ECU-Technology and Development discovers Virtual Machines [ Details ]
Steffen Herz, Hella [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Steffen Herz, Hella

Steffen Herz, Hella

HELLA KGaA HUECK & CO. (Nov. 2006 - Today)

  • Nov. 2006 – Today: Director Engineering Standards

SIEMENS AG / SIEMENS VDO (Dec. 1994 - Oct. 2006)

  • Oct. 2003 – Oct. 2006: Head of Local Business Unit Body & Chassis Timisoara (Romania)
  • Nov. 1997 – Sep. 2003: Group Leader / Head of Department Software Development Body & Chassis
  • Mar. 1996 – Nov. 1997: SW Development and SW Project Management Body & Chassis
  • Dec. 1994 – Mar. 1996: Advanced Development

ACADEMIC EDUCATION

  • Sep. 1990 – Nov. 1994
    Hochschule Anhalt, Köthen Anhalt
    Computer Science
    Degree dissertation at BMW AG in Munich: "Modeling of the real-time operating system OSKAR with the language of Statemate"
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ECU-Technology and Development discovers Virtual Machines

ECU-Design and SW-Development grows up with every generation of carlines. AUTOSAR and adaptive AUTOSAR provides technologies for SW feature environment. HW-Design supports performance gain and more resources. Challenge is best of design for further ECUs.

Speaker: Steffen Herz, Hella

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14:00
ECU Development
PDF Video
Communication Controllers for Smart Charging in Commercial Vehicles [ Details ]
Bernd Baudermann, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Bernd Baudermann, Vector

Bernd Baudermann, Vector

Mr. Baudermann is senior manager in the department for embedded software at Vector Informatik GmbH. He is responsible for the area of customer projects that develops embedded software and small series ECUs for the automotive industry.

After graduating from the University of Applied Sciences Esslingen (Germany) in Computer Engineering, he started in 1992 at the former Alcatel SEL AG in the area of office communication systems. He was engaged as developer and project manager in the software and system development of telecommunication devices. In 1995 he joined Vector Informatik GmbH and since that time he has been holding different positions with various tasks in the embedded domain.

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Abstract

Communication Controllers for Smart Charging in Commercial Vehicles

Communication Controllers for Smart Charging in Commercial Vehicles provide a solution for the charging communication according to ISO15118 and DIN70121 consisting of a series-qualified hardware and a generic charging application for electrically driven busses and trucks. This approach enables the customer to start the development quickly and provides a mature platform for series projects with small production runs.

Speaker: Bernd Baudermann, Vector

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14:30
Coffee Break
15:00
Car2x/V2X
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Bringing V2X Technology to the Market [ Details ]
Peter Andres, Opel [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Peter Andres, Opel

  • Born in 1966
  • 1992 Diplom (equivalent to Master) in RF Electronics at University of Karlsruhe.
  • 1993-1996 Various positions in electric vehicle development
  • 1998-2012 GM/Opel
    • Fuel cell vehicle development
    • High voltage battery components and electronics development
  • Since 2013 GM/Opel
    • Lead systems engineer for V2X / C2X
    • First deplopment of V2V in the 2017 Cadillac CTS in the US
    • Chair of the Working Group Deployment of the Car2Car Communication Consortia
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Abstract

Bringing V2X Technology to the Market

V2X technology refers to applications using vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications at a carrier frequency of 5.9 GHz to increase road traffic safety and road traffic efficiency in Europe (a.k.a. connected vehicle technology in the US).

This presentation will give an overview on the status of the V2X technology in US and Europe. It will cover some learnings from the serial development of the first vehicle application. Finally, it will also give an overview about remaining challenges, before this technology will be largely available in the US and European market.

Speaker: Peter Andres, Opel

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15:30
Automotive Ethernet
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Ethernet Basicsoftware - What's next? [ Details ]
Bastian Zimmer, Vector [ Short Biography ]
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Short Biography

Dr.-Ing Bastian Zimmer, Vector

Dr.-Ing Bastian Zimmer, Vector

Dr. Bastian Zimmer is team leader of the technical product management for embedded software at Vector Informatik GmbH. Together with his team, he is responsible for the establishment of innovative topics and technologies such as Ethernet, Multicore, Security or Safety. After studying Applied Computer Science at the TU Kaiserslautern and his doctoral graduation at the Fraunhofer IESE, he joined Vector Informatik GmbH in 2015. There he was a product manager for gateway ECUs until he changed to his current position in 2016.

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Abstract

Ethernet Basicsoftware - What's next?

  • Service-oriented Communication
  • Time-Sensitive Networking
  • Automotive Ethernet in POSIX-based Systems

Speaker: Dr.-Ing Bastian Zimmer, Vector

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16:00
Conclusion and End, Vector Executive Board

Speakers

Peter Andres | Opel/GMShort Biography ]

Timo Eich | CSMShort Biography ]

Dr.-Ing Joachim Fox | ZF/TRWShort Biography ]

Simon Fürst | BMWShort Biography ]

Markus Hauk | BoschShort Biography ]

Steffen Herz | HellaShort Biography ]

Holger Löbel | BaselabsShort Biography ]

Andreas Lohmann | PorscheShort Biography ]

Dr. Juan Pontes | BoschShort Biography ]

Prof. Eric Sax | KITShort Biography ]

Lorenz Slansky | Daimler Short Biography ]

Robert Faure | Renault Short Biography ]

Andrea Tesio | CSIShort Biography ]

Dr. Matthias Traub | BMWShort Biography ]

Dr. Marcel Wille | VolkswagenShort Biography ]


And further Vector product experts.

 

Networking

The agenda gave the participants sufficient opportunity to talk to colleagues from the industry. The generous breaks allowed participants to make new contacts and foster existing ones.

 

Evening event

After an intensive first day, the evening was spent relaxing in the Restaurant Mash near the venue. A hearty meal and well-served drinks helped to quickly break the ice.

Vector solutions you can touch

Our specialists demonstrated the latest products and tools in the exhibition area.

Automotive Ethernet

Automotive Cyber Security

AUTOSAR

High End ADAS Logging

Development of ADAS systems

Development and Test of V2X

Software Update over the Air

Diagnostics

ECU Testing

ECU Development

E/E Architecture Development

Measurement Technology

Automotive Ethernet

  • Automotive Ethernet
  • Automotive Cyber Security
  • AUTOSAR
  • High End ADAS Logging
  • Development of ADAS systems
  • Development and Test of V2X
  • Software Update over the Air
  • Diagnostics
  • ECU Testing
  • ECU Development
  • E/E Architecture Development
  • Measurement Technology
  • Fast re-programming of ECUs (DoIP) with vFlash by native support of the VN5610 Ethernet interface
  • Comprehensive toolchain from embedded software, small series ECUs as well as tools for testing, simulating and analyzing service-oriented communication (SOME/IP)
  • Tools and embedded software for developing time-synchronous networks and ECUs (AVB, TSN)
  • Generation of signal-based fuzz tests from DBC files
  • Creation of protocol-based fuzz tests from CDD files
  • Simple execution of fuzz tests with CANoe
  • Certificates management for Car2x applications using public key infrastructure (PKI)
  • Tool chain for AUTOSAR ECU development
  • Diagnostic BSW configuration using AUTOSAR diagnostic extract
  • Automation of ECU software integration
  • High end logging up to 1 GByte/s and 16 TByte
  • Extensive data acquisition of video/radar/lidar/domain control ECUs
  • Recording of raw data, multibus interface integration
  • "ready to use" system solution
  • Sensorfusion on POSIX operating system with AUTOSAR basic software
  • Measurement of ADAS applications via XCP
  • Development, analysis and test of V2X functions based on CANoe .Car2x
  • Functional tests of V2X applications exemplified by emergency electronic break light and intersection control
  • Configuration of the software updates in the Vector cloud
  • Secure download of the update data by car
  • Process-compliant reprogramming of the ECUs
  • Execution of diagnostics script with vScriptDiagnostics
  • Stand alone flashing with vFlash Compact
  • Interactive remote diagnostics with Indigo Remote
  • Variant-based test design with graphical, table-based and programming editors
  • Real time test execution with various analysis features and test report generation
  • Modular test hardware for stimulation, measurement and fault simulation
  • Testing of serial sensor buses
  • Project-specific ECU software
  • ECU for small production runs
  • Charging control units for alternative drives
  • Communication gateways
  • Design and evaluation of electric/electronic architectures
  • AUTOSAR compliant service and communication design for Automotive Ethernet
  • Service-oriented architectural (SOA) design for Ethernet networks
  • Product line approach and variant management ensures efficiency in E/E development
  • Software solution for measurement application
  • Compact CAN- and EtherCAT-based measurement technic for mobile application
  • Measurement solution for time synchronized recording of analog and ECU signal
  • Efficient analysis and management of recorded measurement data
 

Venue

The "Alte Reithalle" and the "Maritim" hall are located in the MARITIM Hotel in Stuttgart.

Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
Seidenstrasse 34
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Contact

Vector Marketing
Event Team

Ingersheimer Str. 24
70499 Stuttgart
Germany
Tel.: +49 711 80 670 5200

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