Automotive IQ announces Steering Systems Conference

Posted: 08/31/2017

Berlin, Germany – Taking place in Berlin, Germany, Automotive IQ’s Steering Systems conference is the only event to provide a comprehensive look at steering systems in the context of autonomous driving. IQPC Germany is proud to announce the return of the Steering Systems conference Series.

The conference will be coming to Berlin, Germany on November 14th – 16th to welcome experts from automotive OEMs, major suppliers, semiconductors, legal authorities, and academia to exchange knowledge and share their experience with automated driving and redundancy for steering and the impact on design of steering systems, sophisticated concepts of steer by wire in light duty vehicles, innovative approaches of steering systems in commercial vehicles and much more.

The conference offers 3 full days of insights from global steering experts, case studies, 4 interactive workshops, and facilitated networking opportunities.

For more information and details concerning speakers, sessions, and presentations, download the agenda

Why should you attend?

  • Find out about automated driving and redundancy for steering and the impact on design of steering systems and redundant implementation of steering function in vehicles
  • Discuss steering systems in the context of autonomous driving
  • Discover sophisticated concepts of steer by wire in light duty vehicles
  • Get to know innovative approaches of steering systems in commercial vehicles
  • Understand an OEMs` view of a systems approach to the development of steering features
  • Benefit from the co-located sessions of the 11th Intelligent Braking Conference

Presentations include

OEM perspective on front axle SbW - feasibility study

Riccardo Ficca, MegaRide & Vehicle Dynamics Lead,

Jaguar Land Rover, UK

E/E architecture for advanced steering systems

Dr. András Balogh, CTO E/E Competence Center,

ThyssenKrupp Steering, Hungary

When three motor phases are too many

Alexandru Ipatiov, Chassis & Safety Systems Architect,

Continental Automotive Romania SRL, Romania

Challenges for autonomous driving level 3+

Dr. Heinrich Gotzig, Expertise Director, Valeo Master Expert,

Valeo, Germany

Volvo dynamic steering (Van Damme steering)

Mats Nilsson, Feature Leader Handling, Ride Comfort and Braking,

Volvo Bus Corporation, Sweden

OEM perspective on a fully decoupled vehicle's steering architecture for enhancing platform response and composure

Gustavo Jaramillo Moscoso, Research Lead Engineer,

Jaguar Land Rover, UK

For more information and details concerning speakers, sessions, and presentations, download the agenda

Posted: 08/31/2017

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