AESIN Conference 2018 – Presentations

 

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Introduction

“Welcome Address”
– Alan Banks, AESIN

Executive Session

“F1 – Counter-Intuitive Test Bed for the Autonomous Car?”
– Rob Millar, Williams Advanced Engineering

The Car manufacturer challenge in a fast paced world of More Electric, Connected and Automated Vehicles
– Tony Harper, UKRI

“Trust – the key to unlocking the social and economic benefits of CAVs”
– Daniel Ruiz, Meridian

Communications for V2X

Chaired by Martin Green, Visteon

“You do the V, and we will do the I”
– Darren Capes, Department of Transport

“Smart Vehicles, Dumb Cities”
– Paul Green, Iotic Labs

“5GAA – bringing the mobile and automotive industries together”
– Bob Banks, Vodafone

More Electric Powertrain

“Session Introduction”
Chaired by Graham Gest, TATA

“Electrification drives new demand in microcontrollers”
– Andy Birnie, NXP

“Life and Loss Evaluation of Windings used in Integrated Drives with Fast Switching Power Devices”
– Phil Mellor & Nick Simpson, University of Bristol

“Designing an oil-cooled inverter with low thermal resistance”
– James Haybittle, Ricardo

Automotive Security

Chaired by Peter Davies, Thales e-Security

“Iot Devices, Security Assessment”
– Xavier Villarrubla, Brightsight

“Machine learning – controlling complexity”
Jonathan Moore, Exida

“The Connected Vehicle Infrastructure”
– Peter Davies, Thales e-Security

Software

Chaired by Michael Welsh, Altran

“Making Open Standards Safe for Automotive”
– Illya Rudkin, Codeplay

“Addressing software complexity in connected and autonomous vehicles”
– Chris Wild, Altran

Working with AUTOSAR Adaptive and AUTOSAR Classic: An automated platform for success
– Andrew Banks, LDRA

ADAS & AV

Chaired by Alan Walker, AVL

“Delivering an Autonomous Future at Scale”
– Rod Watt, ARM

“EMC Lessons Learnt on Gigabit Ethernet Implementation for ADAS & AV”
– Rubén Pérez de Aranda, KDPOF

Driving Automotive innovation
– Dr. Burkhard Huhnke, Synopsys

Research & Development

Chaired by Kevin Vincent, Coventry University

Overcoming the safety and security barriers to autonomous vehicle deployment”
– Mike Bartley, Test & Verification Solutions

“Evaluation of efficiency and the dynamic response in a high-performance power-train
– Richard McMahon, WMG

“Providing Ultra-Fast Communications for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles”
– Angelous Goulianos, CSA Catapult