Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services (f.d. Elektronik i fordon) arrangeras för tolfte året i rad och har med tiden vuxit till att bli en självklar mötesplats för fordonstillverkarna och hela leverantörskedjan. Nästa år kommer vi ha det fylligaste programmet hittills med mängder av högaktuell erfarenhetsåterföring, framtidsvisioner, forskning och trendspaningar.
För att säkerställa kvalitén på Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services samarbetar vi med ett advisory board av experter i branschen. Dom hjälper oss att skapa den mest relevanta och intressanta konferensen som möjligt.
Ulf Alvebratt, Senior Director Electrical System Design, Volvo Cars
Rolf Hagstedt, Director, CEVT
Peter Hansson, Global Technology Manager, Volvo AB
Fredrik Nordin, CEO, Clever
Staffan Wallin, Sales Director Automotive, Ericsson
Fredrik EllsäterCEO for Drive Now
Fredrik Ellsäter has a Masters of Science from Stockholm School of Economics in Management & Logistics. He then worked as a Management Consultant supporting transformation in many companies, covering various industries. After that Fredrik has a long background from the automotive industry at BMW, in various positions. He has been Marketing Manager for both brands BMW and MINI with award winning campaigns and a strong brand building over many years with National projects. He has also been General Manager for BMW Baltic.
In May 2015 Fredrik left BMW to be CEO for Drive Now in Sweden and to start up the business in Stockholm. Drive Now is the modern free-floating alternative of carsharing that will actively support the city to move away from private car ownership.
Peter ÖhmanChief Operating Officer at Lindholmen Science Park
Peter Öhman (Ph.D. in dependable computer systems, Chalmers 1995) is the Chief Operating Officer at Lindholmen Science Park where he is responsible for managing the company’s projects and programmes.
After his Ph.D examination, he worked for 8 years at both Volvo and Volvo Car Corporation as technical specialist, department and project manager in the area of vewhicle electronics. After this he was employed at Chalmers University of Technology as assisting professor in software engineering. During his time at Chalmers he lead a research group in the area of automotive software engineering.
At Lindholmen Science Park, he has been the program manager of Test Site Sweden – A collaborative program with stakeholders from industry, universities and society with the goal to develop new test and demonstration environments for automotive technology Park.
Kent Eric LångVice President, Viktoria Institute, Project Manager, Vehicle ICT Arena
Kent Eric Lång has been working in industry and international companies in more than 30 years. Deputy MD since 2011 at Viktoria Swedish ICT, a part of Research Institutes Sweden RISE. MD for Mecel, a software company in the automotive industry, in more than ten years (2001-2011). He was responsible for an ITS business innovation lab and later a Venture within Ericsson 1996-2000.
He has long experience of working in networks of companies and between organisations to develop win-win-solutions for mutual benefit. He was project manager for R&D programs with partly public funding and EU-funded projects in the area of Intelligent Transport Systems 1988-1996. Some of the major programs were Prometheus in Sweden, Swedish RTI Programme and ARENA Test Site West Sweden. Kent Eric was one of the initiators 2001 and member of the Board for Telematics Valley. He was a member and chairman of the Board for Viktoria Swedish ICT 2002-2011.
Kent Eric Lång was industry PhD student at ASEA (ABB) i Västerås and have PhD degree at Chalmers University of Technology.
Anders DahlénDirector Electrical/Electronics at NEVS
Anders Dahlén has more than 20 years of experience from the Automotive Industry. He is currently director Electrical/Electronics at NEVS (National Electric Vehicle Sweden). He has worked as business developer responsible for the electrical/electronics/SW business area at Combitech in Trollhättan (2012-2015) and in several roles with global responsibilities in Sweden, Germany and the USA for Saab Automobile & GM (1994-2012).
Anders has broad experience from product development, quality improvement and project management.
He represented Combitech in the steering groups of FFI/Vinnova projects HEAVENS and NGEA, and is a strong supporter of Model Based Development.
Anders holds a M.Sc. degree in Electronics from Chalmers University of Technology.
Jakob AxelssonDirector, Software & Systems Engineering Research at SICS
Jakob Axelsson is Director, Software & Systems Engineering Research at Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) and Professor in Computer Science at Mälardalen University, focusing on system architecture for embedded and software-intensive systems. At SICS he is leading industry focused research on development of complex software-based systems.
Jonas LindholmBusiness Development, Combitech
Jonas Lindholm has a long experience from working in different positions at international companies as well as start-ups. He started in 1994 at Ericsson and worked in various positions in Sweden and abroad as System Specialist, Project Manager as well as Head of Project Office, with main focus to evolve the early Telecom Packet Data Solutions. In 2000 he left Ericsson to focus on evolving start-up company working with information and data management to support the industry with automation processes. 2004 the company was bought by a consortium and in 2012 incorporated in Combitech in the Saab Group. Today Jonas is responsible for the Automotive area at Combitech and defining the Land Transport Strategy within Saab. He has been part of starting up a wide range of research projects within the area of ITS and autonomous land transport solutions. He has a strong focus on future trends, technologies and business benefits. Jonas Lindholm holds a MSc E.E degree from Chalmers University of Technology
Vi arbetar för att göra Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services till en högaktuell mötesplats för fordonsindustrin. Ta del av erfarenhetsåterföring, framtidsvisioner, forskning och trendspaningar.
Keynote 2017: Requirements on next generation of connected-car platform
- Automated and connected driving
- Technology paths for connected driving
- Requirements on connectivity
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Form, head of “Electronics and Vehicle Research”, Volkswagen Group research. Thomas Form studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Braunschweig, Germany, joined the Institute for Communication Engineering as research fellow in 1987 and received his Ph.D. in 1992. Up to 2002 he worked as a senior engineer in the Centre for Electromagnetic Compatibility of Volkswagen AG. In 2002 Dr. Form was appointed as the head of Telephone-/Telematic- and Antenna systems development. He became a professor for „electronic vehicle systems“ in the Institute of Control Engineering at the Technical University Braunschweig in 2005 and participated with the CAROLO-Team in the finals of the DARPA URBAN Callenge 2007. was responsible for concept development, module- and project management in the VW Electric/Electronic development from 2007 to 2009 he was. Since 2009 he is the head of the “Electronics and Vehicle Research” within Volkswagen Group research. He is member of IEEE, VDI FVT (advisory board) and VDE GMM (Member of the board).
Challenges and opportunities in an emerging ecosystem
What issues are on the table for the Board of management (Leading OEM)
Development of the next generation software for autonomous cars
Development of next generation connected car platform
Future of Electrical/Electronic Architecture
Creating partnerships in the value chain
Challenges and opportunities in an emerging ecosystem
Building an innovative portfolio of sustainable mobility products and services
Panel Session – Legislation status in regards of autonomous cars
Mobility solutions for cities of the future
Energy companies becoming fuel suppliers
‘Start-Ups on Stage’ – Quick fire views from future disruptors
Technical Challenges and Solutions
The transformation, from hardware to software development in the automotive industry
The vehicle as an electronic service platform
Preparation for the future Infrastructure of electrical vehicles
Digital infrastructures as an enabler for automated driving
Connected logistics – how to utilize big data to improve logistic transport systems
PMT (processes, methods, tools)
How can V2V and V2I communication enable improved effectiveness of active safety systems?
‘Start-Ups on Stage’ – Quick fire views from future disruptors
Electronics & Architecture
How will the vehicle’s electronic platform change when new services are implemented?
Tier 1-presentations on Software Development and integration of software
Trends for Power electronics
Product Line Engineering
ISO/IEC 25023 – the new quality standard in software engineering
Software update over the air (OTA, FOTA, SOTA)
New advances in electronic components
Autonomous vehicles & Active Safety
Pre-development of systems and software for advanced driver assistance
How machine learning can support the development of cognitive and physical autonomous systems, in self-driving vehicles
Creating the vehicle Human Machine Interface of future trucks
Testing of autonomous vehicle functions
Algorithm and system design for ADAS
Sensors for detecting traffic and obstacles
Safety ISO 26262 implementation
Safety beyond ISO 26262
Automation and Infrastructure Interaction
Experiences from ”E-highway E16” project. Heavy vehicles.
AVAS, pedestrian warning sound for electric vehicles
Human machine interface in cars
Geo-Positioning of autonomous vehicles
Testing & Validation
Simulation based testing
Vehicle Hardware testing
Challenges for integration testing of heavy vehicles
The role of ReVeRes in vehicle testing
Active Safety and Automation – Testing Today and Tomorrow
Tests in active safety
Verification of autonomy
Development and testing in virtual environment & Virtual testing platforms
Verification & Validation
Test Platforms for Connectivity Functions
E-Mobility state-of-the art overview
Power electronics and e-mobility
Developing Safety Requirements for Electric Vehicles
Electronic integration of fuel cell and battery systems
Charging Infrastructure interoperability
Charging infrastructure and heavy duty vehicles
Electric motors/ Electric driveline technology
Electrification, embedded software & modeling
Electric transmission, batteries and associated infrastructure
Cybersecurity & Connectivity
Vehicles & Internet of Things (IoT) – what do OEMs need to do when cars are connected to the internet?
Technical requirements and solutions for connected vehicles
Building an infrastructure for connectivity
The Road from 4G to 5G
A telecom operator’s view on connectivity
An OEM’s view on connectivity
Securing the Connected Car
Hybrid and public Cloud services
Software update over the air – how to respond to cyber attacks?
Future Direction of the Automotive Industry
The automotive eco system
The shared economy
Adding value through affiliation and partnerships
Developing “vertical partnerships” with preferred suppliers
The future of the car buying experience
The convergence of consumer and automotive technologies
What is the ‘winning solution’ for value added content, features and performance
Nedan presenterar vi talarna för Vehicle Electronics & Connected Services 2017. Programmet är fortfarande under uppbyggnad och fler talare presenteras senare!
Head of the Driver Vehicle Interaction group at Scania.
Anna has worked within the vehicle industry the last 20 years. After getting her M.Sc degree within automation at Chalmers she worked as an embedded system developer. When starting at Scania in 2005 she moved on to software architecture and system architecture. Five years ago Anna continued into ergonomics and HMI design. Her career journey has taken her closer to fulfilling her motto “Do the right things, and do them right”.
Programpunkt: Creating the vehicle HMI of future trucks
Project Manager R&D, AstaZero
Niklas has worked for 10 years at Ericsson and 5 years as a public management consultant in Gothenburg. Since 2015 he is Project Manager R&D at AstaZero.
Programpunkt: Active Safety and Automation – Testing Today and Tomorrow (track ”Test and validation”)
Professor in Industrial Electrical Engineering at Lund University and Senior Advisor at AB Volvo
Mats has over 20 years of experience of electro mobility, in particular of drive systems and charging systems.
Programpunkt: Technologies for automatic charging of electric vehicles (track ”E-mobility”)
Head of “Electronics and Vehicle Research”, Volkswagen Group research
Thomas Form studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Braunschweig, Germany, joined the Institute for Communication Engineering as research fellow in 1987 and received his Ph.D. in 1992. Up to 2002 he worked as a senior engineer in the Centre for Electromagnetic Compatibility of Volkswagen AG. In 2002 Dr. Form was appointed as the head of Telephone-/Telematic- and Antenna systems development. He became a professor for „electronic vehicle systems“ in the Institute of Control Engineering at the Technical University Braunschweig in 2005 and participated with the CAROLO-Team in the finals of the DARPA URBAN Callenge 2007. was responsible for concept development, module- and project management in the VW Electric/Electronic development from 2007 to 2009 he was. Since 2009 he is the head of the “Electronics and Vehicle Research” within Volkswagen Group research. He is member of IEEE, VDI FVT (advisory board) and VDE GMM (Member of the board).
Programpunkt: Requirements on next generation of connected-car platform
Associate professor at the department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg
Prof. Scandariato’s main research interests are in the area of secure software engineering, with a particular focus on (i) security&privacy by design and (ii) empirical methods for security. He has published over 65 papers in the area of security and software engineering.
Programpunkt: From privacy threats to privacy-by-design
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