Automotive Conference 2015

  • Learn how to use Model-Based Design
    for automotive systems and control engineering

MathWorks Automotive Conference 2015

24 September
Stuttgart, Germany

Join leading engineers and managers from OEMs and suppliers as well as MathWorks experts and partners at MathWorks Automotive Conference 2015.

The automotive industry continues to face complexity challenges in the area of E/E development. This has led to significant efforts to standardize process improvements like ISO 26262 and AUTOSAR. At the same time, the multidisciplinary nature of modern applications such as autonomous driving means that engineers from different domains need to come closer together to develop advanced driver assistance systems applications.

This event provides presenters and attendees the opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss successful implementations of their complex projects.

Presenters from leading automotive OEMs and suppliers demonstrate how they applied technical computing and Model-Based Design using the MATLAB® and Simulink® environment.

Conference Highlights

  • Presentations and case studies from leading international automotive OEMs and tier-1 suppliers including Continental AG, Volvo Car Group, Bosch, Scania, Valeo, AVL, MBtech, and the Formula Student racing team from ETH Zurich
  • Opportunities for open discussion with MathWorks senior managers
  • Exhibition area with demonstrations by MathWorks and partners on solutions based on the MATLAB and Simulink product families
  • Evening get-together

Automotive Conference Highlights  
See highlights from the last MathWorks Automotive Conference in Stuttgart.

Keynote Presentations

Dr. Eberhard Zeeb
Dr. Eberhard Zeeb, Head of the Driving Automation Department at Daimler AG

Simon Fürst
Simon Fürst, General Manager Software Development and Software Infrastructure at BMW Group

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