Autonomous driving and electrification are both a challenge for faultless braking systems. How to ensure safety of braking systems, taking into account different automation levels? How to maximize recuperation without compromising braking performance? How much energy can a regenerative braking system really recover? What effect does it have on vehicle stability and maneuverability? How to meet the new challenges related to different driver profiles? These are just a few questions, which require tangible solutions.
With the agenda focused on safety and design solutions for future brake systems, this conference will expand your knowledge about the newest technologies being applied in the automotive industry. As the conference is collocated with the Steering Systems Conference, it is a unique place for braking and steering experts to exchange their ideas on integrated vehicle motion control.
Listen to the expert presentations on the following topics:
- Customer and technology perspective at autonomous braking
- Power supply requirements for electrified brake systems
- Integrated chassis control design represented by brake and ride blending
- E-pedal and driving experience
- Combining steering, electro-mechanical braking & regenerative braking for optimal control of future vehicles
- Verification of vehicle motion control for self-driving cars
Participate in interactive workshops with leading industry experts to discuss real-time connection of test setups and platform in different geographical locations, brake-by-wire designs for safe powerfeed, integrated vehicle motion control and other related topics. Talk to university experts to get updated on the latest research findings.
This expert forum will bring together the automotive industry including Ford, Volvo, MAN, General Motors, Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance, Mando Corporation, Continental, Thyssenkrupp, Robert Bosch Automotive Steering, ZF Group and more.
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