To provide maximum possible value for attendees the presentations at DI-2011 will run sequentially without gaps throughout the day.
It is anticipated that visitors will sit in for the presentations which are of direct relevance, and visit booths or demo vehicles during the sessions that are of less interest. To support this ‘casual but densely scheduled’ approach, a packed lunch will be provided for all registered attendees which can be taken at eaten at any time (even in the lecture area). However, should you want to sit and chat with colleagues while you eat there is a comfortable ‘bistro’ zone available. Tea, coffee and water will be available throughout the day.
Listed below* are the titles for the presentation sessions, the running order is yet to be finalised and will be notified to registered attendees before the event.
- Keynote Presentation
Prof. Richard Stobart, Loughborough University.
- ES930 Measurement Hardware for Prototyping and Test/Calibration
Launch presentation of the new I/O hardware solution from ETAS – ETAS.
- Intelligent Remote Diagnostic of vehicles – use cases
Hardware and software solutions for remote vehicle diagnostics - ETAS.
- Advanced Engine Downsizing
160 hp and 285 Nm from a displacement of only 1.2L – How it’s done. MAHLE Powertrain
- MAHLE Flexible ECU (MFE)
A fully configurable control unit which can be used for a wide range of engine control applications – MAHLE Powertrain
- Sensor Selection for in-vehicle Combustion Analysis
Sensor solutions for cylinder pressure measurement, crank angle determination and injection timing – Kistler.
- Vehicle Dynamics Using Optical Sensor Technology
Use of Corrsys-Datron optical sensor technology for vehicle dynamic measurements.
- ECU Calibration on Hardware in the Loop Systems
The Virtual Test Vehicle as Vision or Reality? Bosch Engineering Group
- E-Mobility @ Bosch Engineering
Individual Electric Powertrain Solutions for Automotive and Off-Highway Applications - Bosch Engineering Group
In parallel to the presentation sessions there are two workshops taking place at the event. The Calibration Workshop will run in the morning and offers insights into the use of INCA for vehicle calibration and measurement. In the afternoon we launch a new open source tooling initiative, software engineers might like to sign up for the CAN analysis and simulation workshop where a full description of the code and build process will be provided. To attend these workshops it is essential that you register before the event – please add “Calibration Workshop” or “CAN Workshop” to the free text area of the DI2011 registration (labelled “emails of others who may be interested”).
Please register to attend Driving Innovation 2011.
* The agenda is correct at the time of publication. Further speakers have been invited and we reserve the right to change the agenda.