27 - 29 May, 2019
Hotel Palace Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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The Vehicle Motion Control and Drive-by-Wire conference deals with advanced integrated vehicle motion control strategies and x-by-wire systems for improved safety, performance and fuel economy in the age of highly automated vehicles.If this an area you are working in, then join us in Berlin, Germany from 27 - 29 May 2019.

Topics this event will focus on, among others:

  • Learn how to deal with the complexity of a global control system on a technical level
  • Find out what the new architectures should be that incorporate autonomous driving and how to change company organization to adjust to the new realms
  • Discuss new possibilities for standardization of software and interfaces for minimizing costs, risks and validation time
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