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Software Security and the Connected Car: Today the average new car has more lines of software code than has the Hubble Space Telescope, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and all the source code on your favorite social media app, Facebook, combined. And that’s just the beginning. In the not so distant future, your car will become no less than a mobile data center, capable of supporting a variety of... Listen now
Europe on the road to RDE implementation: During this year’s 3rd Real Driving Emissions Conference in Berlin more than 100 exhaust control and emission experts came together to discuss the latest RDE test procedures and upcoming regulations. With ongoing discussion about the right boundary conditions for RDE regulation, questions of comparability of test cycles and conditions, the... Listen now
Rogue Wave Software: Finding ways to create more secure code: In this Podcast we speak to Adrian Fluckiger, Major Account Executive also at Rogue Wave Software, about how Rogue Wave helps to deliver more secure, compliant and defect-free software for the automotive industry. Developers in the automotive software supply chain are spending more time and effort -- and consequently money -- on the latter stag... Listen now
Vehicle Interior Trends: Keeping Up with our Changing Driving Environment: How are vehicle interiors changing with the environment in which we drive? Stephanie Schliffski, Product Marketing Director North America, and Heinz Mattern, Director Research... Listen now
What are the risks involved with E-latch door systems?: Markus Ebner, Manager Business Development at Magna Closures, gives insight into the future optimisation potential on door closing systems, E-latch systems, and the future of door module systems.
What are the main factors influencing seat design?: A discussion with J÷rg Friedrich of Car Men GmbH about the latest trends in automotive seat design regarding material selection, craftsmanship and individualization for car buyers.
Brake Squeal in Modern Passenger Cars: Dr. Koppers defines brake squeal as a problem as old as the disc brake. IQPC asks if there are any developments coming up to solve the problem.
The eVADER Project - acoustics research of electric vehicles: Dr. Garcia discusses the challenges of creating a warning signal for visually impaired pedestrians when an electric vehicle approaches. Learn about the scope of this interesting European FP7 Project.
Lithium-Ion Battery Testing & Safety at TNO: In this segment, IQPC's Joanna Scheffel spoke with Wouter Beuman, product manager for the electric and hybrid vehicle related testing services of TNO Mobility in the Netherlands, about battery safety, testing and thermal management.