Dr. András Balogh

CTO E/E Competence Center Thyssenkrupp

András Balogh has been working on model-driven development of critical embedded systems for the past decade. He has been involved in several research and development projects in the automotive, railway, and aerospace domains. András contributed to several open-source tools in the Eclipse ecosystem and was the architect of multiple model-driven tool chains. Since 2012 he is with thyssenkrupp Steering, and currently he is the CTO of the E/E Competence Center in Budapest, responsible for the development of all hardware and software solutions for the company’s power assisted steering systems.

Conference Day One

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

9:10 AM Welcome Panel Discussion – Part 2 | Assumptions vs expectations: How to address complexity in electronic product development

• During this second part of the panel discussion, we welcome on the stage representatives from Tier 1s and OEMs for addressing concerns in product complexity and traceability.
• An opportunity for car maker representatives to discuss challenges they currently face with electronic suppliers.
• Safety mechanisms vs product availability: Is there such thing as too much safety? What are the expectations of car makers on system availability for highly automated features 

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Andras.

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