e-Automotive conference


e-Automotive conference

“e-Automotive conference 2019—Electrifying the future”

The e-Automotive conference will provide powerful, engaging, disruptive and progressive strategic focal points to the stakeholders of the automotive industry and enable them to collaborate on a unified platform and deliberate the auto-electronics progression. The conference will welcome 150+ delegates, high-ranking officials and key decision makers from automotive engineering, design and technology supply-chains. Experts, government authorities, consultants, developers and industry leaders will share insights and drive debate focused on smart, intelligent and electric vision of the automotive industry 2030. The event will discuss the growth opportunities in the sector powered by innovations, consumer behavior changes, shared economy architecture, new infrastructure developments, policies and technology upgrades.

Date: September 25, 2019
Time: 09:15–17:15
Venue: Conference room hall 9, India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR
Organized by: Messe Muenchen India and EMOBILITY+
Agenda
09:15–10:15   Registration and networking tea
10:15–10:30   Chairperson’s opening remarks and ice breaker session
10:30–12:00 Session 1 Vehicle design, engineering, performance and safety electronics
10:30–10:45 Keynote speaker The driving force impacting CO2 regulation framework and compliance—Vision 2030
10:45–11:00 Presentation 1
11:00–11:15 Keynote speaker What’s below the hood of an electric two-wheeler?—A sneak peek into the architecture and electronic control units
11:15–12:00 Panel discussion Driving automotive innovation—Meeting functional safety requirements efficiently via electronic design tools and techniques

Topics for discussion:
  • Intelligence sharing and social intelligence—A largest paradigm
  • Automotive emergency breaking
  • Shifting gears: urban designs for autonomous vehicles
  • Customized applications and regulatory requirements for safety and security
  • Risk of distracted driving
  • Tools and technologies for functional safety
  • High-performance processors for advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) solutions
  • Working together to increase safety across the board using virtual simulation
  • IoT enhanced mobility
12:00–12:30 Networking tea break
12:30–14:00 Session 2 Autonomous, connected and smart auto-electronics
12:30–12:45 Keynote speaker When the internet meets the car, when e-commerce meets automotive—Connect the mobile and automotive industries
12:45–13:00 Presentation 2
13:00–13:15 Keynote speaker Addressing software complexity in connected and autonomous vehicles—An automated platform for success compute solutions for mass deployment of autonomy
13:15–14:00 Panel discussion Next generation technologies in automotive electronics facing the future challenges—From cooperative vehicle networking to autonomous driving

Topics for discussion:
  • Customer focus that facilitates new business models
  • Mobility as a service with intermodal routing
  • Fleet management, charging, security and infrastructure management
  • Data processing—Meeting the needs of emerging autonomous technology
  • Support for seamless connectivity in highly mobile environments—Enabling the development of cooperative automotive applications
  • From pilot to public roads—Advancing connected and autonomous vehicles
14:00–15:00 Lunch break
15:00–17:00 Session 3 Electric vehicle, EV charging and battery management system electronics
15:00–15:15 Keynote speaker Development of EV architectures from a system engineering point of view—Both design of brand-new platforms and adapting existing platforms
15:15–15:30 Presentation 3
15:30–15:45 Keynote speaker Shared mobility—Impact on automotive electronics and technology
15:45–16:00 Presentation 4
16:00–16:15 Keynote speaker Optimization of powertrain structure—Including battery, ultracapacitors, motors, inverters and transmission
16:15–17:00 Panel discussion & summary Future gazing—Setting up the agenda for electronics in future automotive services

Topics for discussion:
  • What’s best for your ride—Complexities and challenges in designing EV electronics
  • Opening Pandora’s box—Reassembling multiple power electronic functions into one box
  • Electrification—Compact and high-efficient solutions to power conversion
  • Cities reimagined—Impacts of driverless car and ride sharing
  • Technology road map to autonomous mobility, next generation EV chargers—What we can expect?
17:00–17:15   Thank you note from the organizers

For further information, please contact:

Swapna Kulkarni
Sr. Manager Conference
Tel.: +91 9819943548
E-mail: swapna.kulkarni@mm-india.in