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Location: Stuttgart - Hotel Maritim
Vector Congress 2018
Experts in Automotive Innovation
The top future trends for E/E Architectures, Cyber Security or Diagnostics were discussed in a total of 25 lectures and 2 keynotes. But also ECU and White Box testing 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, Volvo, Volkswagen, Renault and Toyota 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 2020.
Speaker and Presentations
Dr. Rolf Zöller
|Software as the Facilitator of Tomorrows Mobility|
Dr. Thomas Beck
|Mastering Automotive OTA|
Jens Svensson &
|How to Deliver Features 10 Times Faster|
Dr. Christof Ebert
|Vector Solutions for Agile|
|ADAS Logging @ Renault|
|High-End Data Logging Systems for Autonomous Driving|
|E/E–Engineering with PREEvision – Status and Trends|
Dr. Matthias Traub &
Building Block of a Sustainable Digital Automotive Infrastructure
|PREEvision @ Porsche – Design Traceability by Combining Logical With Software Architecture|
|Model-Based Management of Software Platforms|
|Adaptive AUTOSAR as a Platform for Autonomous Driving|
Dr. Markus Oertel
|Architectures of High Performance Computing|
Dr.-Ing. Bastian Zimmer
|Safety for High Performance Computing|
|Automotive Cybersecurity Today and Tomorrow|
|Security from a Tool Perspective|
|Lean and Efficient Software Testing using VectorCAST in Railway and Automation|
|The Safe & Secure Software Factory|
|It‘s All About Software Testing – Concepts for Unit and Functional System Tests|
|New Vehicle Architectures – New CANoe?|
Dr.-Ing. Helge Zinner
|Multi-Gigabit is the Only Way – How E/E Architectures Will Benefit|
|A Prognostic for Diagnostics|
|Markus Zoll &|
|Impact of future Vehicle Architectures on Diagnostic Processes and Tools||►|
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