Electric components and electronics for the commercial vehicle: Rising to the new challenges of the automotive industry

Conference E/E for Commercial Vehicles from 21 - 23 March, 2011, Hilton Nuremberg, Germany

Berlin, (PresseBox) - Battery optimization and energy management are just two of the many challenges still needing to be overcome for the commercial vehicle industry to fully benefit from hybrid technology. IQPC’s conference E/E for Commercial Vehicles from 21 - 23 March will bring together experts from leading companies and institutions, including Iveco Altra S.p.A., Delphi Deutschland GmbH, Continental Automotive GmbH, Magna Powertrain, Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co. KG and RWTH Aachen University, to discuss the challenges and present case studies.

Main discussion points on the two conference days 22 and 23 March will be:

• Cutting-edge hybrid technologies for the commercial vehicle and first experiences
• Energy management for hybrid commercial vehicles and technical limits
• Economic and legislative trends to meet future demands
• Requirements ISO 26262 brings to safeguard functional safety for the electric and electronic (E/E) system
• Advanced electric and electronic (E/E) system architecture for hybrid commercial vehicles and operating strategies

Delegates are also invited to choose from the following workshops on 21 March:

• Software architecture and Autosar for automotive control systems
• Interface design of diverse dynamics E/E systems in theory and practice
• ISO 26262: How to resolve the new challenges?
• Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) – trends & challenges

The conference is tailored to the commercial vehicle industry. Attendees will have the chance to network with international experts who will report first-hand experiences and the latest developments for the commercial vehicle.

For further information, including the full conference program and additional content downloads, please visit www.ee-commercial-vehicles.com/...

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