Cooperation forum

Advanced driver assistance systems

digital – connected – automated
12 May 2016, Stadthalle Aschaffenburg

 

Source: ZF Friedrichshafen AG 

More than 100 participants are already registered - i.a. from following companies:

4a Systems, ADC, ANavS, AUDI, AVL, Baumann, Bertrandt, BMW, Centomo, Continental, C More, CoSyst, CSI, DB Netz, Denso, Dräxlmaier, Dekra, EDAG, Elektrobit, Ford, Fraunhofer, Garmin, Hamamatsu, HS Systemtechnik, IAV, I.E.E., IRT, IPG, JSOL, Lear, LEONI,  MCG, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Opel, Pleora, Porsche, Siemens, Toyota, TechConnect, Texas Instruments, TTTech, TÜV Rheinland, ÜZM, Valeo, VDE, Wiedemann, wivw, ZENTEC, ZIELPLUS, ZF

Advanced driver assistance systems will have a huge impact on road traffic. Already today, advances in digital technologies allow vehicles to be networked with their environment, turning the vision of highly automated driving gradually into reality. The key trends and innovations will be presented at the 13th cooperation forum on advanced driver assistance systems designed by the Cluster Automotive.
The networking of vehicles with their environment is advancing at a fast pace. More powerful sensors are capable of acquiring greater amounts of data that have to be processed in real-time. At the same time, vehicle systems such as controllers and vehicle electrical system are becoming increasingly complex. Moreover, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication will have to be managed and implemented reliably across manufacturers in the future.
But it is not all about the technical implementation of advanced driver assistance systems – from parking assistance, collision avoidance and emergency braking to highly automated driving functions. It is also about the people driving the cars. They have to accept the new technologies in order for them to become a commercial success.

The forum will highlight these and other trends related to advanced driver assistance systems as well as the associated technological innovations – from a general consideration of market development to special aspects such as "functions for two-wheeled applications" or "high-performance processors for image processing".

The cooperation forum on advanced driver assistance systems will take place in Aschaffenburg on 12 May 2016 during the SafetyWeek. Together with the accompanying exhibition and the SafetyExpo trade show, the forum will provide ideal opportunities to meet relevant decision-makers from the industry in the field of passive and active safety.

More than 150 experts from science and industry participate in the cooperation forum on advanced driver assistance systems on a regular basis. The graphic shows the typical participants structure (2015):