AVL Webinar Series

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Upcoming Webinars
April 8, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

FR
Les technologies des piles à combustible et leurs exigences pour les bancs d’essais

Comprendre le développement de la pile à combustible sur bancs d'essais
Les restrictions mondiales sur les émissions de CO2 et la demande croissante de mobilité verte constituent un défi majeur pour l'industrie automobile, mais aussi pour l'industrie en général.
Cependant le développement d'une pile à combustible impose des exigences importantes à son environnement d'essai afin d’être compétitif en termes de cout et de temps. Un environnement d'essai de pointe doit pouvoir combiner le système réel de pile à combustible sur le banc d'essai avec un véhicule virtuel afin de simuler des situations réelles de conduite à un stade précoce du développement.
Dans notre webinaire, nous vous donnerons un aperçu de l'état actuel du développement et des défis qui se posent pour un environnement d’essai. Vous pourrez vous renseigner sur les principaux sujets suivants :
  • Les demandes du marché
  • Comment fonctionne une pile à combustible
  • Les différentes technologies de piles à combustible (PEM et SOFC)
  • Un aperçu des domaines d’application des véhicules à pile à combustible
  • Bancs d’essai et méthodes de développement des piles à combustible chez AVL
  • Les défis futurs du développement des piles à combustible vis-à-vis de la planification des bancs d’essais
Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant au webinaire gratuit le 8 avril et découvrez tout sur les enjeux pour votre laboratoire !
Speakers
Corine SIEGEL
April 21, 2020 4:00 PM CEST
60 mins

EN

2020 is the first year in which automakers need to meet fleetwide CO2 targets. These can only be met with a balanced vehicle portfolio containing partly and fully electrified powertrains.
Most automakers have brought their first electric vehicles (EVs) or hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) to market. Now the offering has to be further developed to become more sustainable by a convincing consumer experience, reduced total cost of ownership and high level of reliability. These goals can only be achieved using an integrated simulation approach.
With its eSUITE™, AVL offers tailored simulation solutions to support engineering tasks that engineers face during the electrification process. These range from concept, layout analysis, optimization and integration tasks at a system level, to detailed 3D component analysis.
In this 60-minute-webinar, Oliver Knaus, Team Leader at AVL Advanced Simulation Technologies, will show a variety of individual simulation use cases from across the EV/HEV development process.
Focusing on electrical, mechanical, thermal and acoustic aspects, AVL eSUITE™ helps to answer key questions in the development of the e-motor, battery, fuel cell and power electronics. Oliver will demonstrate how AVL, with its decades of experience in powertrain development, helps meet targets for a cleaner, sustainable future.
Achieve a leading position in the electrification race and register today.

Speakers
Oliver Knaus
April 22, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Die Batterie ist eine der wesentlichen Bausteine für den Erfolg von Elektrofahrzeugen. Nur wenn es den OEMs gelingt, die Endkunden in puncto Leistung und Lebensdauer von den Vorzügen der Batterie gegenüber anderen Energiespeichern zu überzeugen, können sich batterieelektrische Fahrzeuge dauerhaft am Markt durchsetzen. In diesem Webinar am 22. April geben wir Ihnen einen Überblick über die allgemeinen Grundlagen der Batterieentwicklung und Sie erhalten wertvolle Einblicke in das Alterungsverhalten der Batterien. Freuen Sie sich auf folgende Themen-Highlights: o Grundlagen von Li-Ion-Zellen: Zellchemie, elektrisches Modell o Schlüsselparameter: Ladezustand, Temperatur, Alterung o Einflussfaktoren auf Alterung und Alterungseinflüsse o Vergleich verschiedener Anwendungen o Alterungsmodelle o Thermomanagement und Betriebsstrategie zum Vorbeugen des Alterungsprozesses o Optimiertes Batteriemanagement: Prädiktives AVL Batteriemanagementsystem
Speakers
Andreas Braun
60 mins

Simulation Technologies

EN
The understanding of wear phenomena is relevant for several engineering fields. Basically, every application where force is transferred between directly connected and relatively moving components is prone to wear. Such contacts are common in IC engines.
While aiming for lower frictional losses in the engine it is also important to keep an eye on component durability and longevity; a challenging task due to higher specific loads as a result of downsizing. This shows that wear resistance of valve seat and guide is directly influencing the main development targets, engine efficiency and lower exhaust gas emissions.
The evaluation of wear is usually based on experimental results which are only available late in the development process. Simulation models can already be adopted in early phases of engine development to predict and reduce the wear phenomenon by target-oriented measures.
In this live webinar, AVL’s expert Norbert Nerpel will show how to conduct the wear analysis of the valve guide and valve seat contact using AVL EXCITE™ Power Unit. Based on a standard installation example, he will guide you through the major steps for the setup of a wear analysis and give modelling guidelines. The extent of wear is dependent on several factors, such as contact pressure in combination with relative sliding, lubrication state and material hardness. Norbert will also demonstrate how to best consider these in his presentation.
Speakers
Norbert Nerpel
April 23, 2020 4:00 PM CEST
60 mins

EN
Hosted by Automotive World
In this free 60-minute webinar, Leo Xenakis, Group Product Manager, Abhishek Ravi, Application Engineer and Stefan Scheidel, Senior Development Engineer Methodology at AVL discuss how the newly launched version of CAMEO can help to test many more UUT (Unit Under Test) types in more environments, and more quickly than ever before. Optimisation has been rewritten and an all new Robustness Optimisation feature has been introduced.
Standardisation: Standardising complex, AI driven tests across the whole test field is now easier than ever before.
Testing: Updated methodology and UUT support is available for new areas, such as E-Drive (including Hybrid, Inverter, Battery), Fuel Cell and Simulation (including ADAS).
Modelling and Optimisation: The new core Optimiser has been rewritten to reliably find valid optimums for more input variables and constraints, and with significant speed improvements. A new Robustness Optimisation feature has also been introduced, to allow consideration of tolerances in the Optimisation, supported by all new visuals to help you make the best trade-off for your application.
Speakers
Automotive World: Leo Xenakis, Abhishek Ravi, Stefan Scheidel
April 28, 2020 9:00 AM CEST
60 mins

Simulation Technologies

EN
Battery safety is one of the major challenges in the development of electric vehicles with lithium-ion battery systems. Internal short circuits, electrical overload or mechanical damage can cause an uncontrollable rise in battery temperature.
If a critical temperature is exceeded in the cell, self-accelerating exothermic chemical reactions generate a huge amount of heat in very short time. As a result, this massive heat release can cause the adjacent cells to overheat as well. In a chain reaction, this can overheat the battery module and, in the worst case, the entire battery pack. This process, also known as thermal runaway, results in severe damage to the battery system or entire vehicle from fire and explosion.
In this webinar Juergen Schneider, Solution Manager for Virtual Battery Development and Bernhard Brunnsteiner, Lead Engineer Battery Simulation, present a unique simulation method that allows this problem to be analyzed in detail. Measures to stop this chain reaction or at least to massively slow down thermal propagation can be compared with respect to its effectiveness. This process considers all effects from the thermal runaway of a single cell through the venting process and the melting of the battery components to the layout of the safety vents. Different design measures can be tested virtually to prevent or delay thermal propagation in order to meet the safety requirements for electric vehicles.
This solution is part of the AVL eSUITE™, an integrated simulation approach for electrified powertrain development.
Speakers
Juergen Schneider, Bernhard Brunnsteiner
April 29, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Die Leistung und Lebensdauer von Batterien entscheidet über den Erfolg von elektrischen Fahrzeugen. Doch wie definiert sich die Leistungsfähigkeit einer Batterie und wie lassen sich zulässige Leistungspulse, die Schnellladefähigkeit, die Lebensdauer und Kapazitätsverluste testen? In unserem Webinar „Prüftechnik für Leistungs- und Lebensdauertests von Batterien – Fokus Zelle und Modul“ zeigen wir Ihnen, wie diese Tests ablaufen und was es dabei zu beachten gibt. Freuen Sie sich auf folgende Punkte: • Anforderungen des Marktes • Welche Vorschriften sind zu beachten und wie sehen die Prüfungen aus? • Übersicht zu Leistungs- und Lebensdauertests, Umwelttests sowie Sicherheits- und Missbrauchstests • Vom Einzelprüfstand bis zum Batterietestlabor – Welche Testmöglichkeiten stehen zur Verfügung? • Wie ist ein Prüfstand aufgebaut und wie sehen die Sicherheitsanforderungen aus?
Speakers
Lorenzo Holthaus
April 30, 2020 9:00 AM CEST
60 mins

Simulation Technologies

EN
The enforcement of stricter emission legislations has characterized the commmercial vehicle industry for decades. Even when legislation varies on limits and testing methods, one thing remains in common: the holistic view of the vehicle. Realistic vehicle simulations thus represent a key technology to develop new concepts for commercial off-highway vehicles. AVL’s methodology to efficiently test new systems and functions in virtual environments ensures state-of-the art comfort and driveability from the outset. Physical effects like the interaction between wheels and tractor implements with the soil are however in many cases non-linear and therefore, difficult to consider. For a successful whole system optimization, AVL has developed the VSM™ simulation model for agricultural machinery in soft soil conditions. The new fully automated simulation methods can also be combined with powertrain test beds in order to drastically reduce the calibration effort for engine, transmission and vehicle control units. In this webinar, Joerg Schlager, Lead Engineer Simulation Software, will present AVL’s tools and methodology for the simulation of commercial off-highway vehicles. Register today to learn how this technology can help speed up innovation cycles while increasing development efficiency.
Speakers
Joerg Schlager
May 5, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Daten gehören heute zu den wichtigsten Ressourcen und deren sichere und schnelle Datenverfügbarkeit ist oftmals ausschlaggebend für den Projektverlauf. Verstärkt wird dies durch die wachsende Zahl der Komponenten und die Globalisierung, wodurch eine hohe Sicherheit und ein Datenaustausch über eine Vielzahl unterschiedlicher Geräte garantiert werden muss.
In unserem Webinar „IoT-basierte Datenübertragung im Einsatz bei Entwicklungsprojekten der Automobilindustrie“ am 5. Mai, 11 Uhr, zeigen wir Ihnen, anhand der Beispiele Flottendaten, Daten bei Kalibrieraufgaben im Fahrzeug und Prüfstandsdaten, wie Sie mit einer IoT-Plattform einen konsistenten Datenaustausch, unmittelbare Verfügbarkeit und eine hohe Sicherheit gewährleisten können.
So generieren Sie den maximalen Nutzen aus Ihren Daten und kombinieren eine unmittelbare Datenverfügbarkeit mit höchsten Sicherheitsstandards. Melden Sie sich jetzt an. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme.
Speakers
Andreas Aldrian
May 6, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Sind Ihre Batterien wettbewerbsfähig? Wie werden sie im Vergleich zum Wettbewerb wahrgenommen und wie können Sie sie verbessern? In unserem Webinar am 6. Mai zeigen wir Ihnen, wie Sie Antworten auf diese Fragen finden können. Mithilfe des „AVL Series Battery Benchmarking“-Programms haben Sie die Möglichkeit, sich schnell und einfach einen Überblick über die weltweit eingesetzten Fahrzeugbatterien und Batterietrends zu verschaffen. Alle Batterien wurden anhand von 300 Entwicklungskriterien analysiert. Dies ermöglicht Ihnen eine direkte Vergleichbarkeit Ihrer eingesetzten Batterien inkl. wertvollen Hinweisen für zukünftige Batterie- und xEV-Strategien (einschließlich BEV-, PHEV- und HEV-Anwendungen). Diese thematischen Highlights erwarten Sie: o Überblick über das Benchmarking von Serienbatterien o Arbeitspakete & Leistungen o Fahrzeug-zu-Zelle-Analyse o Aufbau eines funktionalen Verständnisses o Bewertung der Stärken und Schwächen o Neueste Benchmarking-Fahrzeuge:    ■ Audi e-tron Quattro    ■ Hyundai Kona    ■ JLR iPace    ■ Tesla Model 3
Speakers
Andreas Braun
May 7, 2020 1:00 PM CEST
50 mins

EN
Digitalization is already an integral part of our daily life as consumers. With AVL Digital Services we are bringing the B2C experience into our B2B environment.
In this webinar we want to give you an overview about the two pillars of our digital portfolio:
  • AVL Smart Services™
  • AVL Digital Interaction
AVL Smart Services™ is presenting a toolset that includes the innovative AVL Smart Reports™, AVL Maintenance Manager™ and AVL Equipment View™, helping you to get the best out of your testing equipment by screening in use data for increasing operational efficiency.
AVL Digital Interaction aims to deliver convenience for our customers while interacting with AVL. Alongside the AVL eShop™ with 24/7 access to information critical for the testing operation, AVL Case Management allows efficient handling of service cases.
Find out more and do not miss our webinar. www.avl.com/digital-services
A Q&A session will offer an opportunity to get individual insights. AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar. Register now and get in contact with us.
Speakers
Klaus Rothbart, Christian Bauer
May 12, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Der Bedarf nach einer schnelleren Markteinführung bei gleichzeitiger Verbesserung der Leistung von elektrifizierten Antrieben steigt täglich. Um die Leistung, Effizienz und Lebensdauer einer Batterie in allen relevanten Szenarien zu optimieren, sind umfangreiche Untersuchungen im Gesamtfahrzeugkontext und unter unterschiedlichen Randbedingungen erforderlich. Die virtuelle Integration des Batteriepacks in den gesamten Antriebsstrang und das Fahrzeug ermöglicht die Untersuchung der Batteriebetriebsbedingungen unter realistischen Fahrbedingungen. Nur das Verständnis über die komplexen Interaktionen zwischen Fahrer, Fahrzeug und Umwelt mit der Komponente erlaubt nach diesen Anforderungen zu optimieren. In unserem einstündigen, deutschsprachigen Webinar wird Ihnen Jürgen Schneider, Solution Manager Virtual Battery Development, zwei wesentliche Inhalte vermitteln. Zum einen zeigt er Ihnen, welche Lösung AVL entwickelt hat, die Erstellung eines elektrothermischen Ersatzmodells, die ein wichtiger, aber zeitaufwändiger Teil der Batteriesimulation ist, zu beschleunigen. Zum anderen stellt er Ihnen in weiterer Folge die in Kombination für AVL CRUISE™ M und AVL FIRE™ M entwickelte Methode vor, bei der auf Basis einer detaillierten 3D-Analyse automatisch ein 1D-Systemsimulationmodel aufgebaut und kalibriert werden kann.
Speakers
Jürgen Schneider
May 13, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Die Automobilindustrie durchlebt zur Zeit tiefgreifend technologische Veränderungen. Fahrzeughersteller und Zulieferer müssen sich dadurch neuen Herausforderungen stellen – insbesondere im Bereich der Batterieentwicklung und deren Validierung. Batterie-Prüffeldbetreiber stehen unter dem Druck eine Vielzahl an Aufgaben mit maximaler Effizienz bewältigen zu müssen und dabei flexibel auf sich ändernde Testmethoden zu reagieren. Zu den Kernaufgaben eines Prüffeldmanagers zählt deshalb die Koordination einer Bandbreite von Tests mit einer großen Anzahl an Batterie-Prüflingen mit minimalen Ressourcen innerhalb kürzester Zeit. In unserem Webinar „Wie können Sie Batterieprüffelder effizient managen?“ am 13. Mai erläutern wir Ihnen, welche Herausforderungen auf Prüffeldbetreiber und deren Teams zukommen und wie AVL sie als zuverlässiger Partner dabei unterstützen kann ihre Batterieprüffelder effizient zu managen. Registrieren Sie sich gleich für das kostenfreie Webinar! Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme.
Speakers
Marinette Iwanicki
May 27, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
60 mins

DE
Bei der Entwicklung von ADAS-Funktionen ist es notwendig, die dazugehörige Software- und Parameterversionen mehrmals im Monat zu validieren. Die enorme Anzahl an ADAS-Funktionen sowie die sehr große Menge an zu bestehenden Tests führen zu einer ungeheuren Komplexität, die es zu bewältigen gilt. In unserem Webinar am 27. Mai zeigen wir Ihnen, wie Sie ADAS-Tests für die Kalibrierung, Abnahme und Zertifizierung effizient planen, durchführen und validieren können. Des Weiteren präsentieren wir einen automatisierten Workflow, der die Online Bewertung, umfangreiche Analysen und die schnelle Erstellung von Standard-Reports für die Zertifizierung unterstützt.
Speakers
Heiko Scharke, Marijn Hollander
On Demand Webinars

Simulation Technologies

EN
Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) combine the best of two worlds: a long range possible through an internal combustion engine and lower consumption and emissions through electrification. These advantages can, however, only be achieved if the complex powertrains of HEVs are developed using optimally calibrated hybrid controllers. Developing such controllers requires a multi-domain simulation of the entire vehicle including controller functionalities. This is needed to set up smart strategies by considering realistic driving conditions. Using Design of Experiments (DoE), optimized parameters can be gained. This ensures robust controller functions over a wide spectrum of vehicle operations. In this Live Webinar, AVL’s experts Christoph Triebl and Alessandro Colla will show how the energy balance of a hybrid vehicle can be optimized using innovative system simulation. Topics will include setting up a controller strategy and handling several design variants of controller parameters and functionalities.
Speakers
Dr. Christoph Triebl, Alessandro Colla

DE
Die weltweit immer strengeren CO2-Beschränkungen und die steigende Nachfrage nach grüner Mobilität ist eine große Herausforderung für die Automobilindustrie. Die Brennstoffzellentechnologie ist hierfür eine der vielversprechendsten Lösungen. Sie stellt jedoch auch einige Anforderungen an die Testumgebung, um eine zeit- und kosteneffiziente Brennstoffzellenentwicklung zu gewährleisten Die frühzeitige Kombination des realen Brennstoffzellensystem mit einem virtuellen Fahrzeug ist hierbei nur ein Stichpunkt. Hinzu kommen die unterschiedlichen Brennstoffzellentechnologien und deren unterschiedlichen Einsatzzwecke, die zusätzliche Anforderungen an die Testumgebung stellen. In unserem Webinar geben wir Ihnen einen Einblick über den aktuellen Stand und die Herausforderungen, die die Brennstoffzellenentwicklung an eine Testumgebung stellt. Freuen Sie sich auf folgende Themenschwerpunkte:
  • Anforderungen des Marktes
  • Wie funktioniert eine Brennstoffzelle
  • Unterschiedliche Brennstoffzellentechnologien (PEM- und SOFC- Brennstoffzellen) und ihr Einsatzzweck
  • Überblick über die Einsatzgebiete von Brennstoffzellenfahrzeugen
  • Prüfstände und Methoden für die Brennstoffzellenentwicklung bei AVL
  • Herausforderungen in der zukünftigen Brennstoffzellenentwicklung in Bezug auf die Prüffeldplanung
Melden Sie sich gleich für das kostenfreie Webinar an und erfahren Sie alles Wissenswerte über die Brennstoffzellentechnologie.
Speakers
Corine Siegel

Engineering Solutions

EN
Advanced thermal management of vehicle components such as internal combustion engines, batteries, electric motors, pumps, compressors and fans ensures their optimal interaction and operation, and can result in improved durability and efficiency. Intelligent thermal management is therefore a crucial factor determining the overall efficiency of a vehicle. The thermal management of electric vehicles is especially challenging, given the reduced amount of energy stored onboard. The higher the degree of electrification, the more important it is to efficiently manage the thermal condition of the cabin and components in order to maximize the vehicle’s range. In this free, hour-long Automotive World webinar, attendees will learn how solutions are developed from concept phase to the start of production, through a holistic approach to thermal management. By using extensive analysis tools such as virtual prototypes, coupled with many years of experience in this area, automakers and suppliers can develop the control strategies required to reach efficiency targets.
Speakers
Michael Bires

Simulation Technologies

FR
Comment peut-on prédire de façon fiable et rapide les écoulements externes et internes d'un véhicule ?
  • Le passage de gué, l’infiltration d’eau, le dépôt de salissures et l’enneigement sont des problématiques récurrentes dans le développement d’un nouveau véhicule.
  • Pour le développement du groupe motopropulseur, la lubrification, le refroidissement et l’efficacité des transmissions et des machines électriques, l’écoulement d’huile dans le bas-moteur sont les challenges auxquels les ingénieurs sont confrontés.
La prise en compte de géométries complexes et de leurs cinématiques est très fastidieuse avec une approche CFD standard. Grâce à sa résolution sans maillage, PreonLab permet une réduction significative des efforts de paramétrage. De plus, avec son solver SPH et sa méthode implicite, les temps de calcul sont divisés par un facteur de 10 à 100 ! Dans ce webinaire (en français), nous vous ferons une présentation des fonctionnalités phares de cet outil, suivie d’une démonstration permettant de prouver sa facilité de prise en main. AVL vous invite cordialement au webinaire en direct le 24 mars à 14 heures. Enregistrez-vous dès aujourd'hui et rejoignez la communauté de simulation d’AVL !
Speakers
Simon AMEYE

Testing Solutions

DE
Die Integration von ADAS/AD-Funktionen schreitet weiter voran. Doch was gilt es bei der Entwicklung und Validierung zu beachten? Wie können Virtual-Testing-Methoden integriert werden und welche Möglichkeiten bietet ein Vehicle-in-the-Loop-Prüfstand – insbesondere im Kontext aktueller Standards und Gesetzgebungen? Antworten auf diese Fragen sowie Applikationsbeispiele erhalten Sie am Dienstag, den 24. März, 11 Uhr In unserem kostenlosen Webinar. Inhalt des Webinars:
  • Anforderungen und Herausforderungen bei der Validierung von ADAS/AD
  • Einsatz von Virtual-Testing-Methoden bei der Validierung und Homologation
  • Überblick zu Initiativen, Standards und Gesetzgebung
  • Vehicle-in-the-Loop am Beispiel des AVL DRIVINGCUBE™
    • Einführung AVL DRIVINGCUBE™
    • Komponenten und Lösungen
    • Applikationsbeispiele
Speakers
Dr. Tobias Düser

Simulation Technologies

EN
NVH calculations provide information about resonant speeds and frequencies, but the cause of resonances themselves cannot be easily determined. In order to find root causes of faults or problems, Root Cause Analysis should be carried out. AVL offers 5 workflows: Modal Analysis, Modal Contribution Factor, Operational Deflection Shape, Numerical Transfer Path and Transfer Functions. Modal Analysis gives us information about eigenfrequencies and eigenmodes of the multibody system. With the help of the Modal Contribution Factor it can be figured out which of those contribute most to the resonant vibration. The Numerical Transfer Path shows us which load contributes the most to the resonant vibration. Operational Deflection Shape gives us the deformation shape for the resonant speed or frequency, while the Transfer Path provides information about transmissibility of the vibration through the structure. In this webinar, you will learn how to find root causes of the resonance in NVH calculation using 5 AVL Root Cause Analysis Workflows.
Speakers
Denis Pevec

Simulation Technologies

EN
This webinar shows how to implement a simulation solution into your development process that answers your system optimization and testing needs, covering all types of propulsion technologies. Increasingly stringent regulatory requirements for emissions and energy efficiency are forcing automakers to apply a variety of new technologies in new vehicles, with powertrain hybridization and electrification a key strategy. In this webinar Martin Abart, Senior Product Manager at AVL IODP, explains our unique virtual calibration and development methodology. This industry leading approach with AVL’s Virtual Testbed at its core, helps to bridge the gap between simulation and physical testing and validation. Do not miss this opportunity to get an overview of AVL´s approach to support your development process from concept to production. Speed up time to market while optimizing development costs and system robustness.
Speakers
Martin Abart

Simulation Technologies

EN
Current developments and ambitions for the future of road transportation are now working towards higher levels of automated driving. Virtual calibration, verification and validation of automated driving functions have become essential aspects of the vehicle development and testing process. However, manufacturers face multiple challenges to ensure reliable and trustworthy test results, such as the large number of required scenarios and test cases or selecting the right quality criteria and KPIs. The key elements to successful automated driving functions are not only their positive impact on safety, emissions and efficiency, but also the trust and acceptance for human passengers. How does it feel being driven by an automated vehicle? And what are the indicators to validate and optimize perceived safety and comfort? This webinar presents the building blocks that AVL has been developing to simulate ADAS/AD functions and to optimize their quality. Philippe Nitsche, Lead Engineer ADAS/AD Simulation at AVL will show how AVL’s ADAS/AD cloud simulation platform works and how it can be used to validate safety and comfort. Special emphasis will be put on AVL’s unique assessment method using AVL-DRIVE™, which is capable of quantifying perceived safety in an objective way. This allows evaluating ADAS/AD quality from a different perspective.
Speakers
Dr. Philippe Nitsche

Simulation Technologies

EN
Current developments and ambitions for the future of road transportation are now working towards higher levels of automated driving. Virtual calibration, verification and validation of automated driving functions have become essential aspects of the vehicle development and testing process. However, manufacturers face multiple challenges to ensure reliable and trustworthy test results, such as the large number of required scenarios and test cases or selecting the right quality criteria and KPIs. The key elements to successful automated driving functions are not only their positive impact on safety, emissions and efficiency, but also the trust and acceptance for human passengers. How does it feel being driven by an automated vehicle? And what are the indicators to validate and optimize perceived safety and comfort? This webinar presents the building blocks that AVL has been developing to simulate ADAS/AD functions and to optimize their quality. Philippe Nitsche, Lead Engineer ADAS/AD Simulation at AVL will show how AVL’s ADAS/AD cloud simulation platform works and how it can be used to validate safety and comfort. Special emphasis will be put on AVL’s unique assessment method using AVL-DRIVE™, which is capable of quantifying perceived safety in an objective way. This allows evaluating ADAS/AD quality from a different perspective.
Speakers
Dr. Philippe Nitsche

EN
AVL Concerto 5™ is the smart way to turn data collected throughout the vehicle development process into decision-relevant information. It is an advanced data processing tool that enables you to directly compare simulation and measurement data. You can also generate and easily share sophisticated reports with colleagues, and automatically harmonize quantity names and units from different sources. In this webinar, Dr. Nikolaus Keuth (Product Manager) will present the latest tool updates.
Speakers
Dr. Nikolaus Keuth

Simulation Technologies

EN
Do you want to develop your gearboxes faster and more cost-efficiently? Do you need to avoid unnecessary losses caused by the oil sump, optimize the lubrication of the bearings and improve the cooling concept? Then don’t miss this webinar. The prediction of the oil flow in a fast rotating gearbox is one of the most demanding tasks in numerical fluid mechanics (CFD) as complex geometry meets complex physics and complex dynamics. For standard, mesh-based CFD approaches, intensive manual effort goes into geometry preparation which is followed by uneconomical calculation times, making the use of simulation unprofitable here as the results come too late in the development process. In this free, hour-long Automotive World webinar, Markus Ihmsen, Managing Director at FIFTY2 Technology GmbH will outline how innovative companies like Schaeffler Technologies could reduce their simulation cycles for high-performance electric axle systems from weeks to overnight with PreonLab, the innovative mesh-free CFD solution developed by FIFTY2 Technology GmbH. Register today to learn how PreonLab can help you, too, in speeding up your innovation cycles at lower costs.
Speakers
Markus Ihmsen

EN
An efficient drivetrain is as important as a powerful engine. In today’s premium racing series, most of the time engines are already pushed to the maximum. Additional HP is difficult to find and requires expensive engine development programs like CFD simulations, combustion analyses, valve rigs or engine tests. As at some point the engine power runs evenly, the drivetrain efficiency becomes a real performance differentiator. The more efficient the driveline, the less power is lost between crankshaft and the wheels. To achieve this in-depth analyses of each single component are needed. While tools for gearbox and differential measurements are already available, wheel bearings have been neglected until now. First internal tests have shown that, even with spec bearings of racing customers, major efficiency gains can be achieved. To find the overall optimum of preload, lubricants and temperature, an accurate tool dedicated for bearing tests is needed. As the bearing friction is also driven by road loads and operating temperatures, only measurements under realistic conditions are valuable. Attend our live webinar and learn more about the new cost-efficient AVL Friction Rig service to measure wheel bearings under real world conditions. Unlike a simple run out test, the AVL Friction Rig can apply wheel loads to the bearing without corrupting the measurement. AVL RACING cordially invites you to join this webinar on February 6, 2020. Register now and be part of the RACING community!
Speakers
Daniel Blaindorfer

Simulation Technologies

DE
Josko Balic von AVL erläutert, wie Co-Simulationsplattformen zur Entwicklung von Fahrerassistenzsystemen verwendet werden können. Die Einführung von Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) und Autonomous Driving (AD) ist zu einem starken Innovationstreiber in der Automobilindustrie geworden. Sicherheitsanforderungen gepaart mit kurzen Entwicklungszeiten können nur durch hocheffiziente Simulations- und Testmethoden erfüllt werden. Da diese Anforderungen nicht durch ein einzelnes Simulationswerkzeug abgedeckt werden können, muss die Integration in eine vielseitige Co-Simulationsumgebung erfolgen. AVL bietet eine robuste und offene Co-Simulations- und Integrationsplattform namens Model.CONNECT™ an. Es verbindet Umgebungs-, Verkehrs-, Fahrer-, Sensor-, Fahrzeug- und Steuerungsmodelle mit Cloud-Computing-Ressourcen und HiL-Testsystemen, sodass ADAS-Ingenieure Rapid Prototyping, Systemintegration, umfangreiche Funktionsoptimierung und Sicherheitsvalidierung durchführen können. In diesem Webinar erläutert Josko Balic, Produktmanager für Model.CONNECT™, Systemsimulation und virtuelle ADAS-Lösungen, wie das Simulationswerkzeug für verschiedene ADAS-Anwendungen verwendet werden kann, z. B. für Platooning, den Autobahnpilot, die Einparkhilfe und adaptive Geschwindigkeitsregelung, und gleichzeitig eine optimale Leistung und Genauigkeit innerhalb eines konsistenten und nahtlosen Entwicklungsprozesses sicherstellt. AVL lädt Sie herzlich ein, an unserem Webinar am 29. Januar 2020 teilzunehmen. Registrieren Sie sich jetzt und werden Sie Teil der Simulation Community!
Speakers
Josko Balic

Development Efficiency

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The ever-increasing volume of outdoor measurements implies a high demand for development process efficiency. The RDE legislation has furthermore dramatically increased the need for real-world testing and poses new challenges for front-loading the development of RDE tests for powertrain systems. Each vehicle and powertrain developer need to distribute the RDE-relevant development efforts across different test, validation and development environments – from vehicle to system, component testbeds or pure virtual environments – supported by vehicle and environment simulation. With the Smart Mobile Solutions Simulation Package, AVL has created an easy way to move tests from outdoor testing to the testbed and to office simulation environments to virtually investigate critical scenarios upfront. In this 60-minute webinar, AVL experts Emre Kural, Department Manager for Virtual Testing in AVL IODP-X, and Konstantina Kanellopoulou, Customer Loyalty Manager provide an overview about AVL technologies and software solutions in the direction of road digitalization.
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Automotive World, Emre Kural, Department Manager for Virtual Testing and Konstantina Kanellopoulou (Customer Loyalty Manager)

Simulation Technologies

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Today more than ever, communities around the globe are committed to reduce CO2 and pollutant emissions, targeting a healthier environment and a sustainable utilization of resources. We are currently witnessing tremendous changes especially in the transport sector, with the once indispensable combustion engine facing strong competition from battery electric and fuel cell powertrains. While these new propulsion systems offer much lower tank-to-wheel emissions compared to Diesel or gasoline engines, many aspects regarding their broad adoption are still open. This is why it is vital to find suitable methods to make IC based powertrains more efficient and cleaner. AVL’s experts have shown how simulation is supporting the research and development of pre-chamber SI Engines and the utilization of water injection in a past webinar. Both technologies lower fuel consumption and NOx emissions while still meeting the demanded engine performance. Join the upcoming webinar in which AVL takes up the Pre-Chamber topic once more and introduces its recent advances in gasoline Ultra High Pressure Fuel Injection. We will focus on simulation methods which have been developed and refined during recent months. Key software capabilities required to perform the discussed simulation tasks will be highlighted. It will be shown how 1D system and 3D component models are used to analyze real world scenarios and to discover further optimization potential. In addition, results from physical hardware tests, which have been performed to verify both, the used simulation tools and methods, will be presented. Attend our webinar and learn how pairing the right methods with the right simulation tools opens the possibility to explore options and take decisions towards lower emissions. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on December 10, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Andrej Poredos

Testing Solutions

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The AVL CONCERTO 5™ - M.O.V.E Data Toolbox is a powerful data post-processing tool specifically designed to handle AVL M.O.V.E In-Vehicle measurement data. The software provides data evaluation for Light Duty Vehicle Real Driving Emissions, Heavy Duty & Non-Road Mobile Machinery applications according to the differing legislative demands across globe. During this Webinar, participants will get a hands-on live demo on the actual post processing according to EU legislation package RDE4 using Light Duty Vehicle test data. Besides additional capabilities of the M.O.V.E Data Toolbox software package beyond the legislation requirements fulfillment as well as AVL related services will be discussed. A Q&A session will offer an opportunity to get individual insights. AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar. Register now and get in contact with our AVL Skills Center Experts!
Speakers
Friedrich Pötscher, Christian Faber

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Bei Leistungs- und Lebensdauertests werden die elektrischen Eigenschaften der Batterie untersucht. Dazu zählen unter anderem Kapazität, zulässige Leistungspulse, Schnellladefähigkeit, Lebensdauer und Kapazitätsverluste. Alle Tests geschehen unter Variation der Umgebungstemperatur und des Temperaturmanagements der Batterie. Doch wie laufen diese Tests ab und was gilt es dabei zu beachten?

In diesem 60-minütigen Webinar geben wir Ihnen einen Einblick in die Welt der Batterietests:
  • Anforderungen des Marktes
  • Welche Vorschriften sind zu beachten und wie sehen die Prüfungen aus?
  • Übersicht zu Leistungs- und Lebensdauertests, Umwelttests sowie Sicherheits- und Missbrauchstests
  • Vom Einzelprüfstand bis zum Batterietestlabor – Welche Testmöglichkeiten stehen zur Verfügung?
  • Wie ist ein Prüfstand aufgebaut und wie sehen die Sicherheitsanforderungen aus?
Melden Sie sich gleich über den Button für das kostenfreie Webinar an und erfahren Sie alles Wissenswerte über Leistungs- und Lebensdauertests von Batterien.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme!
Speakers
Lorenzo Holthaus

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Um alle Anforderungen des realen Fahrbetriebs zu erfüllen, müssen die OEMs nachvollziehen können, wie sich ihre Fahrzeuge unter extremen Bedingungen verhalten. Reale Fahrversuche in verschiedenen Umgebungen und unter unterschiedlichen klimatischen Bedingungen sind jedoch kosten-, personal- und zeitintensiv. Im Gegensatz dazu befindet sich das Testen im Fahrzeug noch im Anfangsstadium. Es ist häufig unstrukturiert, dezentralisiert und die Daten werden nicht an einem zentralen Ort gespeichert. Diese Entwicklungsphase ist aktuell sehr arbeitsaufwendig und anfällig für Schwächen. Zudem herrscht ein Mangel an Konnektivität bei den eingesetzten Tools, was wiederum zu Datensilos und Sicherheitsproblemen führen kann. Deshalb hat AVL diesen Prozess revolutioniert. Benjamin Faltus, Technical Sales Specialist, erklärt Ihnen, wie die AVL Smart Mobile Solutions dazu beitragen, den gesamten Workflow der Kalibrierung und Prüfung im Fahrzeug zu verbessern. Er konkretisiert dies anhand einiger Anwendungsbeispiele aus den Gebieten Elektrifizierung und ADAS. Erfahren Sie, wie unsere intelligenten Anwendungen Sie in Ihrem Kalibrierprozess im Fahrzeug unterstützen.
Speakers
Benjamin Faltus

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We would like to invite you to the webinar “CRETA Expert Session”. In this 90-minute webinar Nikolas Schuch, Department Manager at AVL, and Igor Wert, Technical Sales Specialist at AVL, demonstrate the latest news on AVL CRETA™ 5R3. This webinar is for to AVL CRETA™ users. Agenda 1) Latest features on AVL CRETA™ 5R3 2) AVL CRETA™ Outlier Detector 3) AVL CRETA™ Vision – Next Release 4) Questions & Answers We would be delighted to welcome you to this exclusive webinar.
Speakers
Igor Wert

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If you can’t attend the session live please register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the slides and a video of the session when it’s finished.

The physical and chemical processes within the combustion engine chamber have been challenging researchers since 1876. Now, due to ever more stringent legislation, minor details play a major role, and understanding sensor behaviour is becoming critical: knowing the sensor itself is essential for accuracy and for interpreting results.

In this free 60-minute webinar, Hannes Offenbacher, Product Manager, Combustion Measurement Transducers at AVL discusses the properties of several pressure sensor types and how they are used in various applications (e.g. thermodynamics, knocking) or mounting positions (direct mounted, spark plug sensors etc.). Cylinder pressure sensors are at the heart of modern engine development, so choosing the right sensor solution is more important than ever for meeting the requirements of future legislation.
Speakers
Hannes Offenbacher

Simulation Technologies

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The electrification of the powertrain has been one of the technological highlights in vehicle development over the last few years. The common multi-electric-machine topologies cost-effectively enable powertrain functions like all-wheel-drive (AWD) or torque vectoring. While a standard powertrain requires complex gearboxes to divert drive torque towards the wheels, electric powertrains can handle this task in most cases without any additional mechanical gear. Maximizing the benefit of the e-AWD powertrain requires the extension of control function development. Effective development of controls tailored to a specific powertrain topology and vehicle combination must follow a strict functional development process. AVL has established an approach for the functional development of e-AWD and torque vectoring controls that starts very early in the development timeline. AVL VSM™ and AVL-DRIVE™ are used as tools for Model-in-the-Loop (MiL) simulation and assessment. This enables AVL to define the e-AWD functions and identify the optimum hardware characteristics and required control algorithms by balancing performance, vehicle dynamics and efficiency. The ultimate goal is to create a perfect match of the requirements set in the vehicle’s customer market profile sheet. With MiL simulation, the controls can be virtually calibrated before being transferred to a real hardware ECU as software code, enabling the in-vehicle calibration to start on a more mature level, and helping to save time and development costs. In this 60-minute webinar, Joachim Ecker, Technical Expert Chassis, outlines how the AVL e-AWD development process ensures efficient and cost-effective controls development, and helps to optimize powertrain functions and vehicle dynamics. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on November 21, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Joachim Ecker

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Aufgrund gesetzlicher Vorgaben sind die Kosten und Aufwände für OEMs bei der Durchführung emissionsrelevanter Prüfungen auf der Straße und auf Rollenprüfständen deutlich gestiegen.
Um die Situation zu vereinfachen, können Fahrversuche auch in andere Prüfstandsumgebungen wie Antriebsstrang- und Motorenprüfstand durchgeführt werden. Für eine erfolgreiche Umsetzung müssen jedoch mehrere Faktoren berücksichtigt werden:
  • Zur Verlagerung emissionsrelevanter Prüfungen in Prüfstandsumgebungen sind geeignete Fahrzeug- und Fahrermodelle erforderlich; insbesondere für Motorenprüfstände sind geeignete Getriebemodelle erforderlich.
  • Entscheidend ist auch die auf dem Prüfstand verwendete Methodik, nur so kann eine hohe Messqualität gewährleistet werden.
  • Dennoch dürfen Straßentests nicht vernachlässigt werden. Die Vorbereitung (z. B. Auswahl der besten Route), die Ausführung (Assistenzsysteme, die den Fahrer in Bezug auf dynamische Kriterien unterstützen) und die Nachbearbeitung (Aufbereitung der Messdaten für die Übertragung in eine Prüfstandsumgebung) erfordern geeignete Werkzeuge.
In unserem Webinar am 21. November um 11 Uhr erläutern wir Ihnen, wie emissionsrelevante Straßenzyklen auch auf Prüfständen durchgeführt werden können und zeigen exemplarisch Ergebnisse aus einem Kundenprojekt mit Rollen- und Motorprüfständen.
Registrieren Sie sich jetzt und nehmen Sie Kontakt mit unserem Experten auf!
Speakers
Christian Mayr

Engineering Solutions

EN
ADAS features contribute to higher road safety and driving comfort. The industry is therefore moving towards a full roll-out across all vehicle segments. For market success, robust and reliable operation of ADAS is mandatory, which creates the need for high validation efforts and comprehensive testing tools. However, end consumers will not only expect ADAS to prevent potential crash situations; they will also need to feel confident with the driving controller’s behaviour. The driver’s safe perception of ADAS, which is mainly impacted by calibration parameters, will be key. However, perceived safety & comfort expectations vary between Asia, Europe and the Americas. In this webinar, Erich Ramschak, Thomas Guntschnig and Ilva Kotori are going to discuss development approaches for both local and global KPI/calibration target settings, including time efficient calibration and validation methods, with tools from AVL as an established global engineering and testing company.
Speakers
Erich Ramschak, Thomas Guntschnig, Ilva Kotori

Engineering Solutions

EN
ADAS features contribute to higher road safety and driving comfort. The industry is therefore moving towards a full roll-out across all vehicle segments. For market success, robust and reliable operation of ADAS is mandatory, which creates the need for high validation efforts and comprehensive testing tools. However, end consumers will not only expect ADAS to prevent potential crash situations; they will also need to feel confident with the driving controller’s behaviour. The driver’s safe perception of ADAS, which is mainly impacted by calibration parameters, will be key. However, perceived safety & comfort expectations vary between Asia, Europe and the Americas. In this webinar, Erich Ramschak, Thomas Guntschnig and Ilva Kotori are going to discuss development approaches for both local and global KPI/calibration target settings, including time efficient calibration and validation methods, with tools from AVL as an established global engineering and testing company.
Speakers
Erich Ramschak, Thomas Guntschnig, Ilva Kotori

Testing Solutions

EN
In a 60-minutes webinar, Nikolaus Keuth, Product Manager AVL CONCERTO 5™, Alessandro Koenig, Support Team AVL CONCERTO 5, and Peter Niedermaier, Business Development AVL UK, will present and discuss the platform.
Speakers
Peter Niedermaier, Nikolaus Keuth, Alessandro Koenig

Engineering Solutions

EN
Increasing automation of cyber-physical systems (ACPS)—as used in self-driving cars—contributes significantly to the pursuit of overcoming traffic rule violations and accidents caused by human drivers. Although highly automated systems already exist, there is a lack of cost-effective, commonly accepted verification & validation (V&V) methods and tools, creating a barrier to the market introduction of these systems. The major challenge is seen in the interaction of the safety-critical systems with the environment; not only should the system itself be tested, but also its correct reaction to the behavior and specifics of the surroundings. This leads to a huge number of potential scenarios that every automation system has to handle in a safe way. For three years, 68 European partners from six domains have worked in a joint research project known as ENABLE-S3 to investigate V&V methods for highly automated cars, airplanes, trains, ships and medical and farming equipment. In this 60-minute webinar Jürgen Holzinger presents the methods and key results of three years of research, with a focus on the automotive domain. Jürgen is Program Manager of the AVL List GmbH’s ADAS project house. He is in charge of managing and coordinating the ADAS Project House activities. Jürgen was also responsible of the ADAS related tasks covered in the ENABLE-S3 project.
Speakers
Jürgen Holzinger

Engineering Solutions

EN
Increasing automation of cyber-physical systems (ACPS)—as used in self-driving cars—contributes significantly to the pursuit of overcoming traffic rule violations and accidents caused by human drivers. Although highly automated systems already exist, there is a lack of cost-effective, commonly accepted verification & validation (V&V) methods and tools, creating a barrier to the market introduction of these systems. The major challenge is seen in the interaction of the safety-critical systems with the environment; not only should the system itself be tested, but also its correct reaction to the behavior and specifics of the surroundings. This leads to a huge number of potential scenarios that every automation system has to handle in a safe way. For three years, 68 European partners from six domains have worked in a joint research project known as ENABLE-S3 to investigate V&V methods for highly automated cars, airplanes, trains, ships and medical and farming equipment. In this 60-minute webinar Jürgen Holzinger presents the methods and key results of three years of research, with a focus on the automotive domain. Jürgen is Program Manager of the AVL List GmbH’s ADAS project house. He is in charge of managing and coordinating the ADAS Project House activities. Jürgen was also responsible of the ADAS related tasks covered in the ENABLE-S3 project.
Speakers
Jürgen Holzinger

Engineering Solutions

EN
The development of automated and autonomous driving is in full swing. New features are becoming increasingly complex, and traditional deterministic function development has become outmoded. On the one hand, processing of sensor data (perception) or trajectory planning leads to algorithm development by means of machine learning, while on the other hand, with increasing levels of automation, verification and validation are becoming ever more important. Fail-operational architectures must be implemented, connectivity is accelerating the need for security and safety, and new topics such as SOTIF (safety of the intended functionality) are creating functional safety challenges.

To manage all of these issues, a holistic approach is required for software development, with a development platform which offers the right combination of tools and enables the efficient application of process and method guidelines. An integrated and seamless development toolchain is needed which covers requirements, architecture, configuration, implementation, code generation and test management—all while being fully traceable. It also needs to fulfil the requirement of an integrated and seamless verification and validation toolchain, from test preparation to test execution.

This 60-minute webinar addresses all of these topics, with expert insight from AVL Software and Functions GmbH; Klaus Fuchs, Business Development Manager and Michael Steindl, Software & Functions Senior Engineer provide insights into solutions and approaches for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving development at AVL.
Speakers
Klaus Fuchs, Michael Steindl

Engineering Solutions

EN
The development of automated and autonomous driving is in full swing. New features are becoming increasingly complex, and traditional deterministic function development has become outmoded. On the one hand, processing of sensor data (perception) or trajectory planning leads to algorithm development by means of machine learning, while on the other hand, with increasing levels of automation, verification and validation are becoming ever more important. Fail-operational architectures must be implemented, connectivity is accelerating the need for security and safety, and new topics such as SOTIF (safety of the intended functionality) are creating functional safety challenges.

To manage all of these issues, a holistic approach is required for software development, with a development platform which offers the right combination of tools and enables the efficient application of process and method guidelines. An integrated and seamless development toolchain is needed which covers requirements, architecture, configuration, implementation, code generation and test management—all while being fully traceable. It also needs to fulfil the requirement of an integrated and seamless verification and validation toolchain, from test preparation to test execution.

This 60-minute webinar addresses all of these topics, with expert insight from AVL Software and Functions GmbH; Klaus Fuchs, Business Development Manager and Michael Steindl, Software & Functions Senior Engineer provide insights into solutions and approaches for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving development at AVL.
Speakers
Klaus Fuchs, Michael Steindl

Engineering Solutions

EN
Worldwide, CO2 legislation is driving bus and truck manufacturers to introduce more efficient powertrain solutions for their future products. Full electric vehicles (BEV and FCEV) will play an important role in next-generation buses and trucks, but due to concerns about energy density and total cost of ownership (TCO), there will continue to be a place for conventional powertrains. With limited further efficiency improvements in internal combustion engine technology, hybrids have the potential to combine the advantages of both electrified and conventional powertrains.

Hybrid technology selection depends largely on vehicle application. For long-haul applications, a mild hybrid solution might deliver the best trade-off between fuel efficiency and system costs, while the energy recuperation of urban delivery trucks or buses makes a full hybrid the logical solution.

In this 60-minute webinar our experts discuss the criteria for hybrid technology selection, and the toolchain required to achieve the optimum solutions for different hybrid technologies.
Speakers
Cuneyt Dagdeviren, Bernhard Raser, Felix Bayer

Development Efficiency

EN
In order to meet all the requirements of real-world driving, automakers need to see how their cars perform in extreme environments. As a result, they might ship them for testing in the heat of Spain, the icy cold of Sweden, or up in the high-altitude of the Alps.

Test engineers must tick off a wide array of maneuvers in a wide range of different settings, from urban to rural, country lane to the freeway. It is extremely expensive, takes a significant amount of time, and uses a lot of manpower with one person driving, another conducting the tests and support teams all involved.

In-vehicle testing is still in the dark ages; it is very unstructured, labor-intensive, lacking in connectivity and data is not stored in a central place. This results in data siloes and security issues, and the entire development phase is full of weaknesses. As such, AVL is revolutionizing the process.

In this 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Marijn Hollander and Nadia Kanellopoulou discuss how Smart Mobile Solutions can help to improve the whole workflow of calibration and testing in the vehicle and show some use-cases relevant to powertrain electrification and ADAS.
Speakers
Automotive World, Marijn Hollander (Senior Product Manager) and Konstantina Kanellopoulou (Customer Loyalty Manager)

Development Efficiency

EN
In order to meet all the requirements of real-world driving, automakers need to see how their cars perform in extreme environments. As a result, they might ship them for testing in the heat of Spain, the icy cold of Sweden, or up in the high-altitude of the Alps.

Test engineers must tick off a wide array of maneuvers in a wide range of different settings, from urban to rural, country lane to the freeway. It is extremely expensive, takes a significant amount of time, and uses a lot of manpower with one person driving, another conducting the tests and support teams all involved.

In-vehicle testing is still in the dark ages; it is very unstructured, labor-intensive, lacking in connectivity and data is not stored in a central place. This results in data siloes and security issues, and the entire development phase is full of weaknesses. As such, AVL is revolutionizing the process.

In this 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Marijn Hollander and Nadia Kanellopoulou discuss how Smart Mobile Solutions can help to improve the whole workflow of calibration and testing in the vehicle and show some use-cases relevant to powertrain electrification and ADAS.
Speakers
Automotive World, Marijn Hollander (Senior Product Manager) and Konstantina Kanellopoulou (Customer Loyalty Manager)

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The trend towards renewable energy sources will continue under the pre-amble of GHG emission reduction targets. The available renewable energy is higher than the global energy demand. The question is how to harvest and store it properly.
Intermittency of the renewable energy resources make the supply less predictable compared to the traditional energy sources. Chemical energy carriers like hydrogen and synthetic fuels seem to be at least a part of the solution for storing renewable energy.
AVL supports its customers in defining global emission reduction strategies and global energy roadmaps. In this webinar Martin Rothbart, Senior Product Manager Energy and Sustainability, from AVL will show possible scenarios for generation and storage of renewable energy in chemical energy carriers.
Speakers
Martin Rothbart

Simulation Technologies

EN
AVL’s Mario Teitzer explains how a cutting-edge simulation solution can help engineers to optimize driving characteristics Increasingly stringent regulatory requirements for emissions and energy efficiency are forcing automakers to implement a variety of new technologies in new vehicles, with powertrain electrification a key strategy. At the same time, customer demands for a superior driving experience, driving performance and comfort - commonly referred to as driveability - are increasing. AVL efficiently tackles this challenge with a unique simulation-based development method that allows engineers to reliably and precisely predict end user-relevant driving characteristics. This is done early in the development process, long before any prototype vehicle has left the workshop, and even faster than in real time. As Mario Teitzer, Lead Engineer at AVL’s Powertrain Engineering business unit, explains in this 60-minute webinar, cutting-edge vehicle simulation is an important step in achieving shorter time-to-market and reduced development costs. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on October 10, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Mario Teitzer

EN
The comparison of technical and commercial information of batteries in electrified propulsion systems is a key factor to gain state-of-the art knowledge and engineering methodology understanding. But how comparable is the available data in order to gain knowledge about key-functions of the battery-systems and their interactions?
AVL’s series battery benchmarking program provides a database for objective comparison in technical attributes as well as in engineering methodology with market competitors for clear system target definition of high performing, reliable and safe batteries. 270 different criteria are evaluated through AVL benchmarking metrics displayed in 8 high level attributes. The found integrated system performance values are pointed out to support current and future development programs.
Join this webinar to learn from AVL’s experts about the methodology and a comparison of latest results with focus on the current benchmark portfolio (AUDI E-tron quattro, JLR iPace, Hyundai Kona, Tesla Model 3 and many more).
Speakers
Paul Schiffbänker, Martin Zaversky

Simulation Technologies

EN
Automated design optimization for best Ammonia utilization avoiding wall film and deposits In the last years, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems became the leading technology for reducing NOx of the Diesel engines to meet international legislative restrictions, which are becoming even stricter. To reduce the NOx, UWS (also known as AdBlue or DEF) is injected before the SCR Catalyst. To achieve better performance of the reduction, high Ammonia uniformity in front of SCR is of great importance. As an unwanted effect of the UWS injection, Wall Film can be formed on the system walls and can lead to the Deposits formation. By evaluating different geometry designs of a SCR system, best performance design can be obtained, considering all main effects. With the help of simulation tools this can be done simpler and faster. In this 60-minute webinar, AVL's expert Teo Milosic discusses how to use fast, reliable simulation workflow to get the best performance SCR System design. All phases of the workflow will be covered, from automated optimization of a best geometry design considering different Mixer designs and objectives e.g. Flow / Ammonia Uniformity in front of SCR, up to full scale UWS dosing simulation with the evaluation on Deposit formation, using speed-up techniques to reduce R&D effort and resources to minimum. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on September 25, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Teo Milosic

Testing Solutions

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The AVL Webinar Measuring Productivity explores the objective analysis of in-use data to obtain a holistic view of test system performance and utilization.
Speakers
Andreas Ney, Thomas Lang

Testing Solutions

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The AVL Webinar Measuring Productivity explores the objective analysis of in-use data to obtain a holistic view of test system performance and utilization.
Speakers
Andreas Ney, Thomas Lang

DE
Die immer stärker zunehmenden umfangreichen Prüfaufgaben in der Antriebsstrangentwicklung führen zu einem deutlich sichtbar werdenden Bedarf an zusätzlichen Prüfkapazitäten auf der ganzen Welt. Diese Entwicklungen erfordern einen raschen Aufbau und Einsatz neuer Prüfeinrichtungen. AVL verfügt bereits heute über eine enorme Expertise beim Bau von Prüfständen in Containerbauweise. Aufgrund der oben beschriebenen Entwicklungen wächst aktuell vor allem die Nachfrage nach Antriebsstrangprüfständen kontinuierlich, die sich in Containerbauweise realisieren lassen. In diesem Webinar stellen wir Ihnen die unterschiedlichen AVL Containerprüfstände im Detail vor. Freuen Sie sich auf folgende Themen-Highlights: - Aufbau der Container - Unterschiede je nach Applikation (z. B. Emissionen, Elektrifizierung, Kalibrierung, Leistung etc.) - Projektablauf: von der Konzeptphase bis zur finalen Inbetriebnahme - Vorteile gegenüber klassischen Prüfständen Erfahren Sie in unserem 60-minütigen Webinar alles Wissenswerte über AVL Containerprüfstände und wie Sie deren Potential optimal ausschöpfen können. Melden Sie sich gleich über den Button für das kostenfreie Webinar an. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme!
Speakers
Andreas Salamon & David Hellwig

Testing Solutions

DE
Bei diesem Webinar macht Sie AVL mit den verschiedenen Bezeichnungen elektrifizierter Fahrzeuge sowie dem Systemaufbau eines Elektrofahrzeuges vertraut.
Speakers
Christof Bergmann, Christian Faber

Engineering Solutions

EN
The lifetime of lithium-ion batteries is strongly discussed in automotive industry, as it directly limits the electrical range throughout the life of an electric vehicle. AVL is developing a toolchain of battery testing, battery aging simulation and vehicle fleet tracking, to predict the battery lifetime for individual vehicles according to their specific driving usage.
In this 60-minute webinar, AVL experts Veronika Obersteiner, Project Manager IODP Architecture & Technology and Paul Schiffbänker, Product Manager Electrification, provide an overview of battery lifetime modelling approaches with a specific focus on their application for fleet management.
Based on the direct relation between the monitored battery operation mode and the associated damage due to aging effects, the presented solution provides valuable insight for battery development, in-use and second life applications.
Speakers
Veronika Obersteiner, Paul Schiffbänker

Engineering Solutions

EN
The lifetime of lithium-ion batteries is strongly discussed in automotive industry, as it directly limits the electrical range throughout the life of an electric vehicle. AVL is developing a toolchain of battery testing, battery aging simulation and vehicle fleet tracking, to predict the battery lifetime for individual vehicles according to their specific driving usage.
In this 60-minute webinar, AVL experts Veronika Obersteiner, Project Manager IODP Architecture & Technology and Paul Schiffbänker, Product Manager Electrification, provide an overview of battery lifetime modelling approaches with a specific focus on their application for fleet management.
Based on the direct relation between the monitored battery operation mode and the associated damage due to aging effects, the presented solution provides valuable insight for battery development, in-use and second life applications.
Speakers
Veronika Obersteiner, Paul Schiffbänker

EN
The popularity of electrified vehicles has also reached the off-road commercial vehicle industry. Most of today's electrical concepts are a trade-off in functions, as these are based on conventional vehicles. For a serious enforcement of electrified powertrains, the vehicle is fundamentally questionable in its structure. AVL helps tackle this major challenge with an innovative, cost-efficient and technically sophisticated solution for small-volume and small-size utility vehicles. In this webinar, Sabine Pretsch, Lead Engineer System Development, will walk the audience through the market trends and drivers, different hybrid/electrification concepts, remaining technology challenges and AVL solutions for electrified agricultural vehicles.
Speakers
Sabine Pretsch

EN
The popularity of electrified vehicles has also reached the off-road commercial vehicle industry. Most of today's electrical concepts are a trade-off in functions, as these are based on conventional vehicles. For a serious enforcement of electrified powertrains, the vehicle is fundamentally questionable in its structure. AVL helps tackle this major challenge with an innovative, cost-efficient and technically sophisticated solution for small-volume and small-size utility vehicles. In this webinar, Sabine Pretsch, Lead Engineer System Development, will walk the audience through the market trends and drivers, different hybrid/electrification concepts, remaining technology challenges and AVL solutions for electrified agricultural vehicles.
Speakers
Sabine Pretsch

EN
Handling calibration data for different types of vehicle control units is becoming ever more complex as a result of today’s agile processes and increasing levels of functionality. Traditional approaches with weekly review meetings, manual data checks and inspecting data in real vehicle test fleets is becoming impossible due to the large number of changes and adaptions. In this 60-minute webinar, Szalai Zsolt, Project Manager Development and Nikolas Schuch, Department Manager at AVL, demonstrate how to structure the important areas of calibration datasets, where reviews take place on a peer-to-peer basis. This ensures that highly critical changes—or late changes in critical areas—are always reviewed and checked by other specialists. To keep a high level of consistency in calibration variants it is crucial that automated functions help lead calibrators to recognize and quickly understand differences, define templates and evaluate the impact of changes. AVL is using a regression analysis to makes sure the quality of the calibration datasets is constantly under review for an improved calibration release.
Speakers
Automotive World, Nikolas Schuch (Department Manager) and Zsolt Szalai (Project Manager Development

EN
Handling calibration data for different types of vehicle control units is becoming ever more complex as a result of today’s agile processes and increasing levels of functionality. Traditional approaches with weekly review meetings, manual data checks and inspecting data in real vehicle test fleets is becoming impossible due to the large number of changes and adaptions. In this 60-minute webinar, Szalai Zsolt, Project Manager Development and Nikolas Schuch, Department Manager at AVL, demonstrate how to structure the important areas of calibration datasets, where reviews take place on a peer-to-peer basis. This ensures that highly critical changes—or late changes in critical areas—are always reviewed and checked by other specialists. To keep a high level of consistency in calibration variants it is crucial that automated functions help lead calibrators to recognize and quickly understand differences, define templates and evaluate the impact of changes. AVL is using a regression analysis to makes sure the quality of the calibration datasets is constantly under review for an improved calibration release.
Speakers
Automotive World, Nikolas Schuch (Department Manager) and Zsolt Szalai (Project Manager Development

Simulation Technologies

EN
Powertrain component design is permanently driven by various factors including costs, size, weight, performance, reliability and durability, which are often in conflict to each other. Hence the actual loads are continuously moving closer to material limits potentially leading to fatigue issues and component failure. This is also true for thermally loaded parts. Looking at combustion engines in modern powertrains, the intention to increase their efficiency results in so-called “right-sizing”. While the engine's efficiency and power output are expected to increase, size and weight are expected to decrease. To avoid damaging thermal loads, more effort therefore has to be spent on regulating the engine's operating temperatures. This webinar is part of a webinar series and follows the Webinar “Predictive Thermal Load Analysis”. The focus lies on simulating/predicting the thermal load of an IC Engine, a Head/Block Compound during warm up, sudden stop or critical boundary conditions. In the course of the webinar we will show how 1D system and 3D component models are used to analyze real-world scenarios and discover optimization potential for the component design. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on July 25, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Andrej Poredos, Simon Gomboc

Testing Solutions

EN
During this webinar, participants will get an overview of the main drivers for RDE legislation, its implementation, and the RDE process itself. In addition, the major challenges and obstacles for successful RDE implementation will be addressed.
Speakers
Friedrich Pötscher & Thomas Lang

Testing Solutions

EN
During this webinar, participants will get an overview of the main drivers for RDE legislation, its implementation, and the RDE process itself. In addition, the major challenges and obstacles for successful RDE implementation will be addressed.
Speakers
Friedrich Pötscher & Thomas Lang

Testing Solutions

EN
This webinar explores multiple aspects of data quality. An introduction of a methodology for assessing and improving data quality will be shown as well as specific examples related to engine testing. The need for reliable data has never been higher. This is an essential foundation to continually improve the performance of powertrains while at the same time reducing development efforts. As emission levels drop and tolerances are tightened, engineers rely on high quality data to make decisions to prepare for increasingly challenging certification processes. This webinar will show methods to consider the different dimensions of data quality in the testing process. Examples and suggestions will be shown which can be applied to your business. AVL cordially invites you to watch this webinar. For further information about Application Support visit our webpage on avl.com.
Speakers
Andreas Ney & Thomas Lang

Development Efficiency

EN
Thermal management is a challenging topic for battery electric vehicles (BEVs). The operational range of electrical components, such as the battery, inverters and e-motors, are relatively small compared to conventional propulsion systems. Thermal management is also safety relevant because of the possible and unexpected derating effects which lead to reduced acceleration capabilities, as well as possible thermal events and pack runaway/venting.
During this 60-minute webinar, the benefits of efficient battery thermal management are shown in detail, as a cell’s health, power availability and driving range strongly depend on it. Nowadays, the topic is becoming increasingly important as lower charge times, and thus higher charge power, are critical factors in customer acceptance of BEVs.
In fact, fast charging scenarios with charge power greater than 100kW lead to huge heat rejections, which need to be efficiently extracted from the thermal system. On the other hand, the development of e-powertrain systems requires the consideration of important aspects such as simplicity (packaging, assembly) and costs, without neglecting cooling performance and safety (how it behaves in the case of an incident).
Today there is a gap between simulation and testing. This is especially true for thermal management. To frontload thermal management tasks on testbeds requires dynamic conditioning units and accurate simulation models.
By connecting simulation and testing, you get much closer to reality. Without such a connection, components are only tested with constant coolant temperatures and volume flows. As a result, the behavior of the unit under test (UUT) does not correspond to that in the real vehicle and, for example, derating effects caused by overheating of the battery are not accurately reflected.
Dr. Christian Mayr, Project Manager Integrated and Open Development Platform at AVL and Dr. Armin Traußnig, Lead Engineer Thermal and HVAC System Simulation at AVL, discuss the development of thermal management.
AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar on June 26, 2019.
Register now and get in contact with our experts!
Speakers
Christian Mayr, Armin Traussnig

Simulation Technologies

EN
One important measure to meet the stringent restrictions on fleet average CO2 emissions is increasing the degree of vehicle powertrain electrification. Starting with electrified auxiliaries of conventional powertrains ranging all the way to fully electric vehicles. Modern electrified vehicles, also known as xEVs, are characterized by energy conversions and may even use multiple energy sources. This requires a holistic view of the energy flows within the vehicle system. To perform such an analysis, a multi-domain system simulation approach is necessary, optimizing the overall energy requirements during representative driving conditions that consider the influence of control functions. They define how the vehicle propulsion system operates - e.g. purely electrical or combined driving, recuperative or dissipative braking etc. The insight gained by this numerical investigation is the basis for further design modifications of individual components. In this 60-minute webinar, AVL's expert Oliver Knaus discusses how to optimize the energy consumption of the entire system, while respecting the individual demands of performance and drivability. AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on June 25th, 2019. Register now and be part of the simulation community!
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Engineering Solutions

EN
For volume applications electrified powertrains are a prerequisite to meet future fuel consumption limits. The range will include parallel hybrids, 48V- or High voltage Mild- or Full hybrids, up to Serial hybrids. In the first configurations the ICE is the main propulsion, requiring the whole engine speed and load range including the transient operation. The competition of different technologies and variabilities, from variable compression ratio to variable valve lift, advanced boosting technologies, high pressure injection at the gasoline engine, as well as add on measures such as water injection require a modular common engine family architecture with common parts and common machining and assembly concepts. At serial hybrid applications the vehicle is generally electrically driven and the ICE provides power to drive the generator, either exclusively or supporting a plug-in battery charging concept. As the ICE is not mechanically coupled to the drive train, a reduction of the operation range to preferred load and speed ranges with high efficiency is feasible. The webinar shows the chances of a modular technology approach, with focus on a balanced overall complexity of the powertrain with increasing electrical power in regard of Cost and CO2-reduction.
Speakers
Wolfgang Schöffmann

Simulation Technologies

EN
With the rise of new powertrain technologies, the comfort of the passenger in the cabin and the energy management of the air conditioning system are becoming increasingly important. This live webinar will demonstrate how to simulate the cabin cool-down and the impact of the air-conditioning system on the energy consumption.
Speakers
Marko Kolaric

Engineering Solutions

EN
The truck market has been facing stricter emission regulations around the world. The need for the introduction of zero emission powertrains is growing in importance and fuel cells could be an attractive alternative. In this webinar, William Resende, Global Product Manager Fuel Cell System, will walk the audience through the market drivers, comparison with other alternatives, fuel cell advantages, remaining technology challenges and AVL solutions and technologies for this specific application.
Speakers
William Resende

Testing Solutions

EN
Electrified vehicles (xEVs), from hybrid (HEV) to battery electric vehicle (BEV) to fuel cell vehicles (FCEV) are on the rise, yet this new technology poses a great unknown to many car developers. Now it is time to shed some light on the new buzzwords and their place in this puzzle.
In this webinar, AVL introduces you to xEV definitions as well as to the essential components of xEVs:
  • E-Motor functionality and technology
  • Battery functionality and technology
  • Inverter functionality and technology
  • Fuel Cell functionality and technology
A Q&A session will offer an opportunity to get individual insights.
AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar. Register now and get in contact with our AVL Experts from Customer Services!
Speakers
Christof Bergmann, Thomas Lang

Simulation Technologies

EN
AVL’s Josko Balic discusses how co-simulation platforms can be used to develop a range of driver assistance systems.

The introduction of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Driving (AD) has become a strong driver of innovation in the automotive industry. Safety requirements, paired with short development times, can only be met by using highly efficient simulation and testing methods. As these requirements cannot be covered by a single simulation tool, it is necessary to perform integration within a versatile co-simulation environment.
AVL offers a robust and open co-simulation and integration platform called Model.CONNECT. It connects environment, traffic, driver, sensor, vehicle and controls models with cloud computing resources and hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) testing systems, for ADAS engineers to perform rapid prototyping, system integration, large-scale function optimization and safety validation.
In this webinar, Josko Balic, Product Manager for Model.CONNECT, System Simulation and virtual ADAS solutions, explains how to utilize the tool for different ADAS applications, such as platooning, highway pilot, parking assist and adaptive cruise control, while ensuring optimal performance and accuracy within a consistent and seamless development process.
AVL cordially invites you to join the one of our webinars on May 21, 2019.
Register now and be part of the simulation community!

Speakers
Josko Balic

Development Efficiency

DE
Die Entwicklungsarbeit im Bereich der Elektrofahrzeuge, der voll- oder teilelektrischen Antriebsstränge, der E-Motoren und der elektrischen Komponenten nimmt mit der Systemkomplexität und dem erzeugten Datenvolumen zu. Um elektrische Phänomene zu erfassen und zu analysieren, ist es notwendig, häufige Messungen über einen langen Zeitraum durchzuführen. Dies erfordert eine Datenverarbeitungsplattform wie AVL CONCERTO 5™, die mehrere große Datendateien gleichzeitig verarbeiten kann. Erfahren Sie in diesem Webinar, wie Sie mit AVL CONCERTO 5 Ihre Daten bestmöglich auswerten können und wie Sie schnell und einfach Statistiken und Berichte über Ihre Messergebnisse erstellen.
Speakers
Niels Wendt, Dr. Nikolaus Keuth

Development Efficiency

EN
Due to legal requirements, the additional costs OEMs face when performing emissions-relevant tests on the road and on chassis dynos have increased considerably.
In order to make things easier, road tests can also be carried out in testbed environments. However, there are several factors that must be considered if this is to be successfully implemented:
  • For the relocation of emissions-relevant tests in testbed environments, appropriate vehicle and driver models are required; and especially for engine testbeds, suitable transmission models are necessary
  • The methodology used on the testbed is also decisive; it is the only way to ensure high measurement quality
  • Nevertheless, road tests must not be forgotten. Preparation (e.g. selection of the best route), execution (assistance systems that support the driver with regard to dynamic criteria) and post-processing (preparation of the measurement data for transfer to a testbed environment) require appropriate tools
Christian Mayr, Project Manager for the Integrated and Open Development Platform discusses how emissions-relevant driving cycles can be executed on testbeds and – as an example – shows results from a customer project involving chassis dyno and engine testbeds.
AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar on May 9, 2019.
Register now and get in contact with our expert!
Speakers
Christian Mayr

Development Efficiency

DE
Die Entwicklung von elektrischen Antriebssträngen und den dazugehörigen Komponenten ist eine Aufgabe, die immer komplexer wird. Je nachdem, welches technologische Konzept (z. B. batterieelektrisch oder hybrid) im Antriebssystem umgesetzt wird, ergeben sich aus den Freiheitsgraden völlig neue Möglichkeiten mit vielen neuen Steuerungsstrategien und Stakeholdern. Dadurch wird es immer schwieriger, Parameteränderungen über alle Steuergeräte hinweg zu verwalten und zu verfolgen. Folglich ist ein optimales Zusammenspiel aller Controller erforderlich, um das gewünschte Fahrgefühl und die gewünschte Markenidentität zu erreichen.
AVL CRETA™ übernimmt das Management Ihrer Daten und hilft den Kalibrieringenieuren, ihre Arbeitsergebnisse zu teilen, erleichtert die richtige Kommunikation und ermöglicht einen schnellen Überblick über die verbleibende Arbeit und die Herausforderungen, die in den restlichen Projektphasen zu lösen sind. Dadurch wird sichergestellt, dass Sie am Ende des Projekts wissen, was Sie für die Serie freigeben.

Inhalte des Webinars:
  • Kalibrierdatenmanagement mit AVL CRETA™ mit dem Schwerpunkt elektrifizierte Antriebe
  • AVL CRETA™ im agilen xCU Software-Entwicklungsprozess
  • Variantenmanagement (Revision Branches)
  • Wiederverwendbarkeit von Kalibrierdaten (Component Library)
Speakers
Igor Wert & Tobias Hoebbel

Development Efficiency

DE
AVL CAMEO™ ist ein leistungsstarkes Tool, das sämtliche Aufgaben des Kalibrierprozesses abbildet ‒ von der Datenerfassung bis zum Parameter-Mapping. Zudem können Parameter mit CAMEO automatisch kalibriert werden, um eine batteriefreundliche Betriebsart zu erreichen. Mit CAMEO lässt sich darüber hinaus das Drehmoment in elektrischen Antriebssystemen optimieren, die modellbasierte Kalibrierung von Hybrid-Antriebssträngen verbessern und Wechselrichterkalibrierungen von elektrischen Systemen automatisch durchführen.

Erfahren Sie in diesem Webinar, wie Sie mit AVL CAMEO den Entwicklungsprozess von Elektrofahrzeugen beschleunigen können.
Speakers
Benjamin Faltus, Hans-Michael Kögeler

Testing Solutions

DE
Ein wichtiger Bestandteil von AVL IndiCom™ ist der Formel- und Skripteditor auf Syntax-Basis. Professionelle Anwender schätzen seine vielfältigen Verwendungsmöglichkeiten z. B. zur Erstellung eigener Mess- und Speicherskripte, zum einfachen Zugriff und zur Verarbeitung der Messdaten oder um Berechnungen nach eigenen Algorithmen durchzuführen. Der Editor ermöglicht die Erstellung eigener Formeln für eine übersichtliche Visualisierung in Diagrammform und erleichtert die Übermittlung der Daten an die Automatisierung. Darüber hinaus bietet er die Möglichkeit, Resultate von der Automatisierung oder anderen Messsystemen in die Berechnungen miteinzubeziehen.
Möchten Sie mehr darüber erfahren, wie Sie mit dem Formel- und Skripteditor die Softwareeigenschaften um Ihre kundenspezifischen Applikationsmodelle erweitern können?
In diesem 60-minütigen Webinar erhalten Sie tiefergehende Kenntnisse zur Verwendung des Formel- und Skripteditors von AVL IndiCom™. Sie erfahren alles Notwendige, um effizient mit dem Editor in AVL IndiCom™ zu arbeiten.
Dieses Webinar ist der zweite Teil einer zweiteiligen Webinarserie zum Formel- und Skripteditor von AVL IndiCom™. Hier können Sie sich für den ersten Teil anmelden. Die Webinare greifen inhaltlich ineinander. Daher empfehlen wir auch die Teilnahme an Teil 1. Diese ist jedoch keine Voraussetzung für die Teilnahme an diesem Webinar.
Speakers
Peter Rollenhagen

Engineering Solutions

EN
In recent years an increasing number of manufacturers have looked at using silicon carbide (SiC) devices in powertrain applications. SiC has moved from a “maybe one day” option to a tangible solution that can be leveraged today.
In this 60-minutes webinar our experts Katharina Berberich, Senior Engineer responsible for Electronics Technology Roadmap and Kunal Goray, Teamleader Power Electronics Design, will address the following issues:
  • Where SiC Powerswitches are used in automotive powertrain applications
  • How they compare to classic Silicon Switches (IGBTs and Si Mosfets) and the wide bandgap GaN switches
  • Their advantages at both a component and system level
Register now and join this electrifying webinar!
Speakers
Katharina Berberich, AVL SFR, Senior Engineer responsible for Electronics Technology Roadmap. Kunal Goray, AVL SFR, Teamleader Power Electronics Design

Simulation Technologies

EN
The push for greater efficiency combined with the need to accomplish attractive driving characteristics is greater than ever. In their strive to deliver solutions that tick all the boxes, OEMs are faced with the challenge of managing the increased technological complexity of these demands. The comprehensive AVL VSM™ vehicle simulation tool supports vehicle development by using virtual prototypes in early development phases – before any hardware is available.
Speakers
Mario Oswald

Simulation Technologies

EN
Legislation is pushing automotive propulsion engineers to apply advanced transmission and drivetrain technology while striving towards improving efficiency. The required measures are often negatively impacting the vehicle’s NVH behavior. As legislation is also demanding reduced noise levels, NVH is becoming an integral task in powertrain and transmission development. Disturbingly high noise and vibration levels are emissions and are to be avoided or reduced, while considering required efficiency measures.
Speakers
Christoph Schweiger

Engineering Solutions

EN
Today’s emission legislation for passenger cars is tank-to-wheel based only. In the future we need a more holistic view of the generated greenhouse gas emissions. The rise of battery electric and fuel cell electric vehicle triggers the discussion about CO2 footprint of the used energy respectively fuel from well-to-tank. Synthetic fuels seem to have an influence. Furthermore, the energy intensity of the vehicle production is getting more into the focus. In this webinar the participant gains more insight into the CO2 footprint over the life-cycle. Different examples on the influencing parameter like energy mix, used processes and geographic location are given.
Speakers
Martin Rothbart

Testing Solutions

DE
Ein wichtiger Bestandteil von AVL IndiCom™ ist der Formel- und Skripteditor auf Syntax-Basis. Professionelle Anwender schätzen seine vielfältigen Verwendungsmöglichkeiten z. B. zur Erstellung eigener Mess- und Speicherskripte, zum einfachen Zugriff und zur Verarbeitung der Messdaten oder um Berechnungen nach eigenen Algorithmen durchzuführen. Der Editor ermöglicht die Erstellung eigener Formeln für eine übersichtliche Visualisierung in Diagrammform und erleichtert die Übermittlung der Daten an die Automatisierung. Darüber hinaus bietet er die Möglichkeit, Resultate von der Automatisierung oder anderen Messsystemen in die Berechnungen miteinzubeziehen.
Möchten Sie mehr darüber erfahren, wie Sie mit dem Formel- und Skripteditor die Softwareeigenschaften um Ihre kundenspezifischen Applikationsmodelle erweitern können?
In diesem 60-minütigen Webinar erhalten Sie einen Einstieg in die Verwendung des Formel- und Skripteditors von AVL IndiCom™. Sie erfahren alles Notwendige, um effizient mit dem Editor in AVL IndiCom™ zu arbeiten. Dieses Webinar ist der erste Teil einer zweiteiligen Webinarserie zum Formel- und Skripteditor von AVL IndiCom™. Hier können Sie sich für den zweiten Teil anmelden.
Inhalt des Webinars: Grundlagen für die Erstellung einer Formel anhand von Formelbeispielen
Schwerpunkte:
  • Verwaltung von Formeln
  • Variablen (Arten und Verwendungen)
  • Handhabung der Tools zum Programmieren (Debuggen, Hilfefunktion)
  • Tipps zur Nutzung der Arbeitsumgebung und des Datenexplorers
  • Praktische Formelbeispiele:
    • Cursorpunkt auf einem Signalverlauf
    • Formatanpassung eines Wertes in Abhängigkeit der Zahlengröße
  • Erfahren Sie, wie Sie das volle Potenzial von AVL IndiCom™ ausschöpfen können.
Speakers
Peter Rollenhagen

Simulation Technologies

EN
AVL offers tailored simulation solutions to support engineering tasks during the fuel cell development process to achieve a short time to market. These include concept, layout, analysis, optimization and integration solutions - ranging from a system level analysis to detailed 3D component optimization.
Speakers
Oliver Knaus, Reinhard Tatschl

Testing Solutions

EN
Batteries are the key components in electrified powertrains and need to meet strict requirements regarding durability, reliability and performance. Furthermore, a key topic throughout the complete battery development process is safety.

In this 60-minute webinar, AVL battery experts Paul Schiffbänker, Product Manager, Electrification, and Martin Schweiger, Senior Application Manager, Battery Test Systems, will discuss the various aspects that need to be considered when testing an EV battery. Key talking points include: safety by design, electrical and thermal safety, safety in an ageing system and safety during testing and validation.

Register now and join this electrifying webinar!
Speakers
Automotive World

Simulation Technologies

EN
To optimize the performance, efficiency, hazard prevention and lifetime of a battery in all relevant real-world scenarios, we have to investigate on multiple levels. This means, that we must deep dive into cell characteristics, understand cell behavior in the module and pack assembly and ultimately integrate the component with the entire system. The communication between those levels is the key for fast turnaround times and reliable simulation results. This Webinar invitation goes out to everybody who is competing for market leading battery solutions on component and/or system level.
Speakers
Jürgen Schneider, Alessandro Colla

Simulation Technologies

EN
Efficient and safe water management is an important aspect in the vehicle development process. Virtual prototyping greatly contributes in terms of design variations, shape optimization and wetting prevention.
Speakers
David Greif

Simulation Technologies

EN
OEMs that succeed in quickly bringing electric vehicles (EVs) or hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) to market are in a strong position to dominate the industry. An integrated simulation approach is key to accelerating their development via frontloading.
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Testing Solutions

EN
Electrified vehicles (xEVs), from hybrid (HEV) to battery electric vehicle (BEV) to fuel cell vehicles (FCEV) are on the rise, yet this new technology poses a great unknown to many car developers. Now it is time to shed some light on the new buzzwords and their place in this puzzle.
In this webinar, AVL introduces you to xEV definitions as well as to the essential components of xEVs:
  • E-Motor functionality and technology
  • Battery functionality and technology
  • Inverter functionality and technology
  • Fuel Cell functionality and technology
A Q&A session will offer an opportunity to get individual insights.
AVL cordially invites you to join this webinar. Register now and get in contact with our AVL Application Experts!
Speakers
Christof Bergmann, Patrick Strasser-Mikhail

Testing Solutions

DE
Mit dem neuen BlowBy Meter 442S führt AVL den mit über 8.000 verkauften Einheiten erfolgreich eingeführten internationalen Standard bei der Leckgasmessung fort. Dabei wurde der Nachfolger des äußerst bewährten BlowBy Meter 442 in Bezug auf Schnittstellen, Bedienerfreundlichkeit und Kompatibilität gezielt entwickelt.
Speakers
Axel Berger

Engineering Solutions

EN
Considering the vast range of alternative powertrains that are being developed today, the role of the fuel cell electric vehicle is coming into question. Is it a viable competitor to other zero emission alternatives such as battery electric vehicles, or will it fail to grab hold of the market?

To better understand this, AVL is developing proton-exchange membrane (PEM)- and solid oxide fuel cell-based systems for applications in passenger cars. With the demonstrator vehicle that AVL is developing together with a range of partners, the PEM fuel cell system will be integrated to demonstrate its range, stability and safety. In order to monitor the control strategy of the stack, experts are using AVL THDA as a unique tool.

In this 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Gernot Hacker and Falko Berg demonstrate the potential benefits fuel cells offer for low-emission mobility in various applications.
Speakers
Gernot Hacker, Falko Berg

Development Efficiency

DE
Zunehmende Fahrzeugkomplexität, Hybridisierung und strengere Abgasvorschriften haben zu deutlich höherem Aufwand bei der Fahrzeugprüfung geführt. Infolgedessen muss viel Zeit und Geld in Prototypenfahrzeuge und Fahrzeugversuche investiert werden. Die Smart Mobile Solutions von AVL bieten dedizierte und benutzerorientierte Anwendungen, um Kalibrieraufgaben einfach, sicher und auf Anhieb richtig durchzuführen. In diesem 60-minütigen Webinar erläutern wir Ihnen den AVL-Ansatz für effiziente Tests im Fahrzeug, um den Emissionsstandards im realen Fahrbetrieb für RDE und In-Service-Conformity gerecht zu werden. Die Streckenfindung sowie das Abstimmen des dynamischen Fahrverhaltens können dabei vorab ohne PEMS erfolgen. Weitere Diskussionsthemen sind, u. a. wie das hochmoderne AVL-Tool RDE-konforme Routen erstellen kann. Ingenieure können während der Fahrt sicherstellen, dass die durch die Gesetzgebung gegebenen Parameter eingehalten werden. Zudem stellen wir eine neue Lösung vor, die den Kalibrieringenieur bei der Erstellung von Fahrmanövern unterstützt und ihm während der Fahrt Online-Visualisierung zum Nachfahren der Manöver bietet.
Speakers
Benjamin Faltus

Simulation Technologies

EN
In order to satisfy the latest emission legislations, OEMs have to downsize their engines and introduce additional systems which help to reduce the footprint of an ICE vehicle. Due to this development, the crankshaft as a main component of an ICE, is exposed to very high loading conditions. In this webinar, you will learn how to efficiently perform crankshaft durability evaluation.
Speakers
Ivan Zalac

Simulation Technologies

EN
In order to satisfy the latest emission legislations, OEMs have to downsize their engines and introduce additional systems which help to reduce the footprint of an ICE vehicle. Due to this development, the crankshaft as a main component of an ICE, is exposed to very high loading conditions. In this webinar, you will learn how to efficiently perform crankshaft durability evaluation.
Speakers
Ivan Zalac

Development Efficiency

EN
Electronic Control Unit (ECU) calibration is a major task in modern powertrain development. Despite an increasing vehicle complexity, new emission legislations and hybridization the time and money invested in calibration tasks must be reduced. AVL’s CAMEO 4™ offers a complete solution for powertrain testing and optimisation demanded by current legislations, including the real driving emissions (RDE) test procedure.

In this 60-minute webinar, Mats Ivarson, Product Manager of AVL CAMEO™ and Helmut Grassberger, Application Support Engineer of AVL CAMEO™ discuss how test results can be improved in less time through online modelling and optimisation with Active DoE, and how to reach more than 40% emissions reduction.

Other topics of discussion include standardised tests for optimum utilisation in the test facility, and enhanced usability for fast parametrisation and execution of tasks.
Speakers
Mats Ivarson, Helmut Grassberger

Engineering Solutions

EN
The commercial vehicle sector is one of the most diverse automotive applications, but despite the diversity of mobility patterns, fleet managers have one common denominator: the total cost of ownership (TCO).

Current predictions for hydrogen fuel-cell trucks show the potential for a lower TCO compared to conventional and battery-electric powertrains in the mid-term. In addition, upcoming pollutant and CO2 emissions regulations will further drive demand for this technology in order to achieve sustainable and low-emissions transportation. As such, OEMs and suppliers are currently preparing production-ready fuel-cell solutions for this industry.

In this 60-minute webinar, AVL presents the key challenges and solutions in developing fuel-cell electric powertrains, and in particular, those that meet truck-specific requirements such as performance, efficiency, durability and product cost.
Speakers
Gernot Hacker, Falko Berg

Testing Solutions

DE
Elektrische Leistung, Verbrennungsleistung, mechanische Antriebsleistung – in Hybridfahrzeugen gilt es, diese Komponenten optimal aufeinander abzustimmen.
Speakers
Fabian Garbs

Simulation Technologies

EN
In this webinar, you will hear about the objective assessment of shift lines in an automated shifting transmission and its optimization by using AVL SPA™
Speakers
Björn Wultsch

Simulation Technologies

DE
Wie erfolgt die thermische Analyse des E-Motors von der Wärmequelle über die Strukturtemperatur bis hin zur Kühlsystemintegration?
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Development Efficiency

EN
Increasing vehicle complexity, hybridisation and more stringent emissions legislation have led to stricter vehicle testing demands. As a result, a significant amount of time and money must be invested in prototype vehicles and in-vehicle testing.

AVL’s Smart Mobile Solutions provide dedicated and user-oriented applications to create a simplified, safe and ‘right first time’ approach for calibration engineers. In this 60-minute webinar, Marijn Hollander, Senior Product Manager for AVL Smart Mobile Solutions, discusses AVL’s approach for in-vehicle testing that meets real driving emissions standards for light- and heavy-duty vehicles (RDx).

Other topics of discussion include how AVL’s state-of-the-art tool can create RDx compliant routes, and how engineers can ensure that real-world testing is within the RDx boundaries while driving. A brand new solution which assists the calibration engineer in defining maneuvers and gives guidance as well as live feedback while driving these maneuvers is also showcased.
Speakers
Marijn Hollander

Development Efficiency

EN
In this webinar, Mats Ivarson, Product Manager and Helmut Grassberger, Application Support Engineer for CAMEO 4™ will present and discuss the new release
Speakers
Mats Ivarson, Helmut Grassberger

Engineering Solutions

EN
In this 60-minute webinar, Christoph Schörghuber and Gernot Hasenbichler will outline how AVL´s unique methodology and tools are applied to select the best powertrain technologies and optimize their interaction in order to best balance the vehicle attributes for a successful brand positioning of the vehicle OEM´s products. It will be presented how to combine well established tools as AVL CruiseM and AVL Cameo for the model based approach and expert knowledge for the best selection of Powertrain technologies. Coming CO2 limits and at the same time more stringent pollutant criteria drive the implementation of new technologies. A holistic approach is needed in order to control product cost, reach same or improved vehicle performance, noise and reliability and certainly comply with the legislation.
Speakers
Christoph Schörghuber, Gernot Hasenbichler

Engineering Solutions

EN
Finding the perfect balance of vehicle attributes through tailored automotive engineering There is a strong industry trend toward developing vehicle components and systems whilst considering the needs of the entire vehicle. As such, independent engineering firm AVL is continuously extending its vehicle engineering portfolio in order to support complete vehicle development.

This requires an understanding of various attributes, and automakers need to find the right balance. In this 60-minute webinar, Erik Bogner, Skill Team Leader, Driving Attributes Assessment, along with Michael Bires, Sales Manager and Karl Gayregger, Component Engineer Vehicle Engineering at AVL, will provide an insight into vital engineering services such as:
  • testing, assessing, benchmarking and target setting for vehicle attributes
  • virtual vehicle concept studies and prototyping
  • powertrain integration, and how it relates to chassis, thermal, electronic/electric, mechanical and geometrical vehicle topics
  • helping OEMs create an ideal balance of attributes that are relevant to end consumers, such as efficiency, range, driveability, performance and ride and handling
Speakers
Erik Bogner, Michael Bires, Karl Gayregger

Simulation Technologies

EN
How to perform a thermal analysis of an E-Motor from the heat source to structural temperature to cooling system integration
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Engineering Solutions

EN
In this webinar, AVL will outline how the company’s unique development methodologies and tools are applied for the development & testing of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features that improve energy efficiency. Key topics of discussion will include:
  • Predictive Energy Management & the Connected Powertrain – leveraging data from ADAS sensors & V2X
  • Predictive & Adaptive Cruise Control – reducing CV energy consumption over the hills despite the traffic
  • Traffic Light & Bus Stop Assistant – improved energy consumption in urban environments
  • Energy-efficient Co-operative Adaptive Cruise Control – a yet more holistic approach for the future
  • Platooning CV – computational fluid dynamics that lead to more intelligent control software
Speakers
Stephen Jones

Simulation Technologies

EN
How to calibrate non-standard correction functions with a model based methodology
Speakers
Marijn Hollander

Testing Solutions

DE
Erfahren Sie in diesem Webinar, wie eine einfache Adaptierung von Testaufgaben an Ihre individuellen F&E Anforderungen unterstützt wird. Lernen Sie, wie eine einfache Konfiguration und Parametervalidierung ungültige Tests verhindert und somit Ihre Datenqualität erhöht.
Speakers
Xaver Ryppa, Bertram Schall

Engineering Solutions

EN
In this 60-minute webinar, Gerald Teuschl, Senior Product Manager Electrified Powertrains, at AVL, and Richard Schneider, Lead Engineer System Evaluation and Integration will give insights in AVL’s calibration and testing methods for xEV propulsion systems.
Speakers
Gerald Teuschl, Richard Schneider

Simulation Technologies

EN
How to perform an assessment of the thermal management system in an electrified powertrain using system simulation models in AVL CRUISE™ M.
Speakers
Marko Kolaric

Engineering Solutions

EN
Ambitious targets for reducing emissions from future mobility solutions will have a drastic impact on the expected powertrain mix for light-duty vehicles, and automakers’ routes to electrification. Renewable energy paths such as synthetic and advanced biofuels have a strong potential to influence the various scenarios, although conventional fuels are still part of the game. In this 60-minute webinar, Martin Rothbart, Senior Business Manager, Powertrain Engineering, AVL and Christian Köhler, Partner, Strategy Engineers will evaluate how legal targets and end customer requirements can be achieved, and investigate which ‘fuels’ will propel future vehicles in 2030 and beyond.
Speakers
Martin Rothbart, Christian Köhler

Engineering Solutions

EN
In this one hour webinar Erich Ramschak, Senior Product Manager at AVL, gives insights how the unique AVL ADAS technology is applied for calibration and testing of assisted driving features. AVL validates the features of derivatives and even new features of lead variants by means of fully automated and objective assessment of both perceived safety and comfort.
Speakers
Erich Ramschak

Simulation Technologies

EN
This Webinar demonstrates the usage of system simulation throughout the development process of a battery electric vehicle.
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Simulation Technologies

EN
This Webinar demonstrates how to optimize the heat treatment process using advanced CFD methods.
Speakers
David Greif

Simulation Technologies

EN
This Webinar demonstrates the value of system simulation for the optimization of the propulsion and energy systems of marine applications.
Speakers
Robert Strasser, Aleš Cvikl

DE
Durch die kontinuierlich steigenden Anforderung in der Entwicklung von Antriebskonzepten erhöht sich die Komplexität der Prüffelder stetig. Daraus resultieren große Datenmengen, bei denen selbst kleine Fehler große Auswirkungen haben können. Aus diesem Grund ist es unerlässlich, Fehlerpotentiale so gering wie möglich zu halten. Das AVL SensorDatenManagement bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit, ihre Zylinderdrucksensoren voll automatisiert in die Messkette zu integrieren und so den Einfluss der Fehler, aber auch den Aufwand, auf ein Minimum zu reduzieren. In diesem Webinar geben wir Ihnen eine Einführung in das AVL-SDM und zeigen dessen Anwendung an einem praktischen Beispiel. Überzeugen Sie sich selbst von dem Nutzen und den Vorteilen, die Ihnen dieses Indicom-Feature bietet.
Speakers
Christoph Siemon

Engineering Solutions

EN
The vehicle architectures for long-distance battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and for powerful plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) increasingly require highly integrated e-drive systems. These e-axles are the ideal way to meet future needs for high efficiency, robustness and simplified vehicle integration concepts. Consequently, different domains of technologies and manufacturing skills have to share the same housing, jointly function in a harsh environment and need to be optimised in terms of weight, space and performance. In this webinar, Thomas Frey and Frederik Haag will explain how the right combination of e-machine, power electronics, cooling concept and EMC can improve efficiency, weight and size, as well as cost.
Speakers
Thomas Frey, Frederik Haag

Simulation Technologies

EN
How to perform a combustion analysis with results you can trust
Speakers
Andrej Poredos, Peter Tibaut, Gregor Kotnik

Testing Solutions

DE
Das Webinar gibt einen Einblick in neue Lösungen der Antriebstechnikentwicklung und den daraus entstehenden Synergien für die Entwicklung.
Speakers
M. Drescher, B. Gröchenig

EN
This Webinar demonstrates how to replace hardware components with simulation models for a contemporary controls & function development considering the growing system complexity.
Speakers
Aleš Cvikl, Robert Strasser, Christoph Glowa

Engineering Solutions

EN
In this free 60-minute webinar, Dr. Günter Fraidl, Business Field Manager Gasoline Engines, and Michael Weissbaeck, Business Field Manager Diesel Engines, will outline why and how the ICE will continue to be an essential and necessary cornerstone for future powertrain portfolios also in Passenger Cars. The "Combustion Engine 4.0" offers not only further improvements in fuel consumption but also a low level of pollutant emissions that can best be described as "Zero Impact Emission". This means that such future ICE´s will no longer have a negative impact on the imission situation in urban areas. With the e-fuels topic, the ICE also has the potential to become both CO2- and pollutant-neutral in the medium and long term.
Speakers
Dr. Günter Fraidl, Michael Weissbaeck

Simulation Technologies

EN
Efficiently and accurately calculating, analyzing and optimizing the behavior of slider bearings
Speakers
Gudrun Kreuzwirth, Christoph Schweiger

Engineering Solutions

EN
The main drivers of the truck and bus industry come from legislation, and from fleet operators who demand emission and noise reduction as well as attractive total cost of ownership. Electrification is one of the solutions for trucks and buses operating in urban areas, with the additional benefit of meeting local noise regulations.
Speakers
Michael Kordon, Martin Ackerl, Mihai Draganescu

Simulation Technologies

EN
With the increasing move to hybrid and full electric vehicles, the underbody of the modern vehicle contains many sensitive and high voltage electrical components. Protecting these valuable components is critical from a safety and reliability perspective. The forces imposed on the underbody by hitting water at speed are significant. The task to predict those forces using traditional CFD methodologies is very expensive with long solve times, even with large compute clusters available. Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) is a meshless particle method based on Lagrangian formulation that is now being used for these applications. This method is being applied for solving problems in water management with complex flow configurations without using a pre-calculated mesh. Solve times are a fraction of traditional CFD. PreonLab is an SPH code with superior performance, allowing for full geometric complexity, and powerful post-processing and visualization capabilities. Join this AVL webinar to learn how PreonLab software is enabling OEM’s to accurately predict flow paths of water or oil, with the goal of improving the design and integration into the whole vehicle. Topics covered include simulation of:
  • Underbody damage caused by standing water at high and low speeds
  • Water ingress into the body structure through gaps and seals
  • Management of water run-off from body structure
Speakers
Andrew Martin, Dr. David Greif

Development Efficiency

EN
Due to the growing complexity of calibration data management an agile approach is becoming increasingly important. Join our webinar to learn how the new features of AVL CRETA 5™ support to build an agile calibration process.
Speakers
Nikolas Schuch, Konstantina Kanellopoulou

Development Efficiency

EN
A number of global drivers, including increasingly stringent safety and emissions standards, and the call for autonomous driving with a connected powertrain, demand that we find new methodologies for vehicle development. In this free 60-minute webinar, experts from AVL will present and discuss real life examples and application scenarios of a consistent model-based development approach that combines advanced simulation and modelling technologies with lab, testbed and on-road tests. Josko Balic and Klaus Rothbart, Product Manager at AVL, will explain why it is essential for the validation environment to ensure seamless transition from the virtual to the real world; they will also discuss automated testing and optimisation, the need for consistent data handling along the entire process, and why it is crucial to be open for new, dynamic models and new testing and evaluation techniques.
Speakers
Josko Balic, Klaus Rothbart

Simulation Technologies

EN
Virtual prototyping to do cost-effective development, analysis, optimization and testing.
Speakers
Maik Suffa, Simon Gomboc, Andrej Poredos

Engineering Solutions

EN
The trend towards electrification is driving demand for battery development across the automotive industry. AVL offers objective testing of series batteries and in-depth comparison with competitors’ products. ‘AVL Series Battery Benchmarking’, AVL’s comprehensive service package, provides valuable information on current vehicle batteries available worldwide. By acquiring extremely deep and broad battery expertise through the analysis of 300 development criteria, AVL is able to provide valuable input for shaping future battery and xEV strategies, including BEV, PHEV and HEV applications.
Speakers
Paul Schiffbänker, Martin Zaversky

Simulation Technologies

KO
비용 효율적인 개발, 분석, 최적화, 시험을 위한 가상 프로토타입
Speakers
MyungHwan Kim

Simulation Technologies

KO
비용 효율적인 개발, 분석, 최적화, 시험을 위한 가상 프로토타입
Speakers
MyungHwan Kim

Simulation Technologies

EN
How to optimize transmission development with AVL EXCITE™
Speakers
Christoph Schweiger, Borislav Klarin

Simulation Technologies

EN
Does this sound familiar to you – are you looking to optimize the design of the vehicle for water passage? Or would you like to optimize rain water evacuation in order to prevent corrosion and icing?
Speakers
Dr. David Greif, Andrew Martin

Engineering Solutions

EN
Fast recharging is essential for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) to ensure on-demand mobility. This changes system design, shifting from today’s loose link between refuelling stations and vehicles, to a tight relationship between infrastructure and BEVs. Based on future standards, voltage level rightsizing is a key enabler for fast charging. The webinar will outline the benefits and limitations of extended voltage, something which can significantly impact the entire BEV system design. A short case study based around an 800V BEV will be used to illustrate the key challenges of system design and discuss the solutions on thermal system design & management.
Speakers
Gerald Teuschl

Development Efficiency

EN
Development of better fuel efficiency, e-mobility, new powertrains and enhanced driver support systems raise the challenge of handling and processing new types of data.
AVL CONCERTO 5™ is the generic data processing platform for visualizing, analyzing and reporting many measured and simulated data types. In this sense, it perfectly satisfies the need of harmonization, standardization and automation of recitative tasks.
Speakers
Nikolaus Keuth, Stefan Prettenhofer

Simulation Technologies

EN
Optimize performance and lifetime of PEM fuel cells while minimizing costs
Speakers
Dr. Clemens Fink, Dr. Reinhard Tatschl | Guest Speaker: Sönke Gößling, ZBT

Development Efficiency

EN
The challenge of growing data sets in calibration projects requires the most powerful tools. AVL CRETA 5™ provides the optimal solution and increases the security at every data set release to a maximum.
Speakers
Nikolas Schuch, Konstantina Kanellopoulou

Simulation Technologies

EN
Virtual prototyping to do cost-effective development, analysis, optimization and testing
Speakers
Maik Suffa, Andrej Poredos, Simon Gomboc

Simulation Technologies

EN
From calculated losses to their impact on emissions and fuel consumption considering real driving cycles and the real driver behavior.
Speakers
Borislav Klarin, Wolfgang Baier, Nikola Varga

Simulation Technologies

EN
Are you ready to leverage your Piston Ring Simulation to 3D without additional effort while improving your results?
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Engineering Solutions

EN
Find out how AVL’s approach gives you a comprehensive overview of the competitive landscape.
Speakers
Gernot Hasenbichler

Engineering Solutions

EN
Find out how AVL’s technology allows higher range and longer life time of your batteries.
Speakers
Dr. Wenzel Prochazka

Simulation Technologies

EN
Are you looking into developing and integrating Exhaust gas Aftertreatment Systems (EAS)?
Speakers
Carsten Schmalhorst , David Schellander, Teo Milosic

EN
Are you looking into developing and integrating Exhaust gas Aftertreatment Systems (EAS)?
Speakers
Carsten Schmalhorst , David Schellander, Teo Milosic

Engineering Solutions

EN
Find out how AVL’s technology allows a much faster target fulfillment at comfort and safety
Speakers
Erich Ramschak

Simulation Technologies

EN
Are you looking into developing a new vehicle powertrain?
Speakers
Oliver Knaus

Engineering Solutions

EN
Experience the new generation of emission-free urban transportation.
Speakers
Heimo Schreier

Simulation Technologies

EN
Looking for a powerful combustion module to enhance your CFD simulation results whilst shortening turn-around time?
Speakers
Ferry Tap

Simulation Technologies

EN
Interested to combine the strength of both physical and empirical modeling to enhance your calibration process?
Speakers
Andrew Martin, Franz Dorfer

Engineering Solutions

EN
Learn more about long-range BEV (battery electric vehicles) technology and solutions in our free webinar with Dr. Klaus Küpper (Technical Field Leader Electrification/AVL).
Speakers
Dr. Klaus Küpper

Engineering Solutions

EN
The introduction of 48V architecture provides increased electric recuperation and limited electric driving at lower cost compared to full hybrid solutions.
Speakers
Dr. Helfried Sorger

Simulation Technologies

EN
Target Audience: Everybody applying or interested to apply AVL EXCITE™ for transmission NVH analysis
Speakers
Christoph Schweiger, Oliver Knaus

Simulation Technologies

EN
Does the following scenario sound familiar? Are you struggling with undesirable thermal gradients and residual stresses leading to increased distortion, cracks or undesired residuals compared with operational loads during your quenching process?
Speakers
Andrew Martin, Dr. David Greif

Simulation Technologies

EN
Looking for a powerful combustion module to enhance your CFD simulation results whilst shortening turn-around time?
Speakers
Ferry Tap