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28th of November, 2019 Chalmers University Of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

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AVL Product Development in Motion 2019

Meet the experts in Gothenburg. The mobility Capital of Sweden.

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Product Development in Motion will set out the trends and technologies you need to know today across a programme of keynote speeches, workshops and a connected expo to support the development of future mobility across all sectors, including:


• Electrification
• ADAS and Connected Vehicle Development
• Virtual Validation
• Future of the combustion engine

 

 

Topic

Powertrain development and validation have become more challenging and exciting than ever before with

1.New all-electric powertrains on the road already

2.The combustion engine is seeing a second life via significant technical improvements on the engine itself and electrical components being able to help overcome the shortcomings of pure combustion powertrains leading to a “zoo of hybrids”. So what will be the mix between even further combustion engine development, hybrid and pure electric?

3.The demand to connect the vehicle to its environment and assist or totally replace the driver. Nobody knows today what an AD/ADAS lab will look like - but powerful first steps are being made

4.Inevitably the call for virtual validation to broaden the validation funnel, do validation earlier in the process and cheaper will only be stronger when reading all of the above

 

Whilst the benefits of the new technologies in safety, consumption, performance, emission and convenience are enormous the automotive industry as a whole face the challenge of taking decisions, develop safe and cost effective reliable solutions - all at the same time with literally the same teams and budgets.

This means the field of product development is in motion - PDiM19 looks at the trends you need to know.

 

For the PDiM19 in Gothenburg we are following a format developed with participants including:

  • Keynote speeches in the plenum by drivers in the field and industry voices 
  • Workshops by these speakers and others on trending topics
  • Connected expo
  • Evening Networking where delegates can enjoy an Austrian buffet

Contact

Jennifer Rigby
Jennifer.rigby@avl.com
Telephone: 0046 (0) 765 25 25 99


Joining Instructions

At PDiM19 we will have a quick and easy check-in system!

  • When you have registered ahead of the events day, 28th November, you will receive your personalised QR code via email one week ahead of the event. This QR code will act as your ‘ticket’ for check-in and registration.
    There are two simple ways to present your QR code for check-in:
    1. Print out the email, including the QR code and bring it with you to the event.
    2. Present the QR code on your mobile phone via your original email.


(Please don’t forget to download the images in this email in order to see the QR code)
 

  • If you have not received the QR code via email, please go to the registration desk which can be found next to the check-in points at the main entrance of the Chalmers Conference Centre

Student Competition

Are you a student ? Do you want to close our Conference with your 5 minutes of this topic ?

Here we go:

  • Send your recorded speech or slide deck to us electronically by November 20th 2019
  • We will select the 5 finalists who will present on a workshop at PDiM19 at November 28th in Göteborg
  • The workshop audience will select the winner
  • The winner will close the conference with her or his 5 minutes on the future of transport and mobility and IF she or he wishes do an internship in AVL in 2020

There are 4 Requirements to participate:

  • Click on ‘Enter Student competition’ and submit presentation by Nov 20th via email.
  • Available to participate on Nov. 28th
  • Stay within 5 minutes of the required time
  • Stay on the topic

No other rules - but 2 hints:

  • This is as much a policy, social, infrastructure, business topic as it is an engineering topic. Feel free to choose YOUR angle.
  • If you wish to participate as a group at least one person must be there on the 28th

Agenda

TIME LOCATION EVENT CONTENT SPEAKER(S)
08:00 Volvo Foyen Doors open, welcome breakfast and coffee, sign up for event and workshops
08:20 Runan Sal Welcome to the Mobility Capital of Scandinavia Johan Trouvé
Swedish Chamber of Commerce
08:30 Welcome / Your Way Through the Event Erik Osnes, Antonio Ciriello
AVL MTC AB & AVL List Nordiska AB
08:40 Conference Opening Peter Gillbrand
AVL
09:00 Combustion Engine - The Third Century Lucien Koopmans
Chalmers
09:25 How to accelerate and broaden Innovation Helene Niklasson
CampX of Volvo AB
09:45 - 10:00 Volvo Foyen Coffee Break / Connected Expo is open / Virtual Reality Tours
10:00 - 11:00

Parallel Sessions
Palmstedt Keynote Workshop on Augmented Development Gianluca Vitale
AVL
Catella Inverter testing – Tackling the challenges of the new power processor in electric drives Horst Hammerer
AVL
Valdemar The Virtual Testbed - Hands on Calibration Use Cases Thomas Stone
AVL
Ledningsrummet Purpose Driven Services - Use Cases in Electrification Development Henry Joswa
AVL
Expo Area Validate & Certify ADAS functions and security – (Königsson/ Modin) Fredrik Koenigsson, Josko Balic
AVL
In the Lab Chalmers Propulsion Lab Visits - sign up and meet at Registration Team of Prof. Koopmans
Chalmers
11:00 Runan Sal The Way Forward in Propulsion System Engineering Mats Andersson
Volvo Cars
11:20 Electric Vehicles - How Charging Times Drive Voltage Choices Börje Grandin
Geely
11:40 Autonomous Marine Transportation - “Not in my Lifetime” Jörgen Strandberg
Wärtsilä
12:00 - 13:00 Volvo Foyen Lunch Break / Connected Expo is open / Virtual Reality Tours
13:00 - 14:00

Parallel Sessions
Runan Student event with focus on: Student competition, Automotive Town Göteborg, International Assignments, AVL Racing Team, Aquabike Racing, Projects Host: Andreas Andblad
AVL
Valdemar Electromobility: battery lifetime cycle & aging models, diagnostics Katia Giovanella
AVL
Catella Autonomous Marine Transportation - “Not in my Lifetime” Jörgen Strandberg
Wärtsilä
Palmstedt Data Analytics: Challenges and enablers for the self healing vehicle Marcel Wendland
AVL
Expo Area Product Development Acceleration Gianluca Vitale
AVL
In the Lab Chalmers Propulsion Lab Visits - sign up and meet at Registration Team of Prof. Koopmans
Chalmers
14:00 Runan Sal ADAS Validation Capabilities In Cutting Edge Proving Grounds Peter Janevik
Asta Zero
14:20 Making Autonomous Drive Safe Emil Tisell
Qamcom
14:40 Keynote Workshop: From Automotive to Compu-Motive. Evolution of testing in Powertrain and Vehicle development

Giuseppe Corcione AVL

15:00 - 15:30 Volvo Foyen Coffee Break / Connected Expo is open / Virtual Reality Tours
15:30 - 16:30

Parallel Sessions
Valdemar The Future of Powertrain and Vehicle Validation - Connected Workshop Nick Birger
AVL
Ledningsrummet Challenges and Gains in Vehicle Thermal Management Peter Drage
AVL
Palmstedt Testfield „OBD“, generating automated testing and validation reports for PUMA and linked INCA tests Georg Seewald
AVL
Catella Broadening and Accelerating Innovation In CampX - Connected Workshop Helene Niklasson
CampX of Volvo AB
Runan Autonomous Drive - What is Safe Enough Emil Tisell
Qamcom
Expo Area Battery Development - Skills and Lab Challenges Henry Joswa
AVL
In the Lab Chalmers Propulsion Lab Visits - sign up and meet at Registration Team of Prof. Koopmans
Chalmers
16:30 Runan Sal The ADAS Experience and Roadmap Bernhard Schick, Seda Aydogdu
University of Kempten
16:50 Effective Powertrains need Connected Batteries Artiom LaMadrid
Northvolt
17:10 Conference Closing Erik Osnes, Antonio Ciriello
AVL MTC AB & AVL List Nordiska AB
17:15 Volvo Foyen Austrian Buffet and Bar / Connected Expo is open / Virtual Reality Tours

 


Date
28th of November, 2019
Location
Chalmers University Of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden