The car of the future @ International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013

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The car of the future @ International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013

  1. 1. Bitte decken Sie die schraffierte Fläche mit einem Bild ab. p Please cover the shaded area with a picture. (24,4 x 11,0 cm) The car of the future - ultimately attractive International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 www.continental-corporation.com Division Chassis & Safety
  2. 2. Our Vision Your Mobility. Your Freedom. Our Signature. › Highly developed, intelligent technologies for mobility, transport and processing make up our world. › › We want to provide the best solutions for each of our customers in each of our markets markets. All of our stakeholders will thus come to recognize us as the most value-creating, highly reliable and respected partner. International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 2
  3. 3. We Shape the Megatrends in the Automotive Industry: Safety, Environment, Information, Affordable Cars Doing more. Doing more. For safe mobility. For clean power. Doing more. Doing more. For intelligent driving. For global mobility. International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 3
  4. 4. Continental Corporation >140 Years of Innovation and Technological Progress 1871 › › › › 1906 October 8, 1871 Continental-Caoutchouc- and Gutta-Percha Compagnie is founded in Hanover. October 6, 1906 Alfred Teves Company is founded in Frankfurt. 1998 Continental acquires Alfred Teves company, a member of ITT Corporation since 1967. 2001 Continental reinforces its activities within the growing automotive electronics market by acquiring electronics specialist Temic. › 2006 Continental acquires the automotive electronics business of the company Motorola, Inc. › 2007 Continental acquires Siemens VDO Automotive AG and advances to among the top five suppliers in the automotive industry worldwide. International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 4
  5. 5. Continental Division Chassis & Safety Strong Heritage in Safety Innovations Hydraulic 4-wheel brake „Lockheed“ 1906 1920 Disc brakes for Passenger cars 1940 1960 1970 MK II ABS Ford Scorpio 1980 1990 ABS Evolution MK IV, MK 20, MK25, MK70 Airbag Electronics & Sensors 2000 2005 Integration of active & passive safety towards „Vision Zero“ Today Alfred Teves GmbH founded in 1906 Drum brakes for commercial vehicles Vacuum Brake Booster Outboard Srub Radius Hydr. Brake Systems Evolution Air Suspension Systems MK 60 MK xx ESC Evolution International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public Radar, Lidar, Camera systems 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG Chassis Electronics 5
  6. 6. Chassis & Safety Division 78 Locations in 20 Countries Belgium Portugal Sweden France Germany United Kingdom Italy Czech Republic Hungary Romania Slovakia South Korea Japan China India Philippines USA Mexico Malaysia Brazil B il Status: January 2013 International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 6
  7. 7. Continental Location Frankfurt In the Centre of the Automotive Industry Emden VW Bremen DC Hannover Rheine Audi Düsseldorf DC Antwerpen Born GM Mitsubishi Brüssel Bü l Volvo VW Douai Mca Maubeuge Renault Köln Renault Ford Valenciennes Fiat, PSA Aulnay Peugeot Paris Poissy Peugeot Choisy le Roi Renault Fragny Renault Saarlouis Ford Hambach MCC Raststatt DC Ludwigsfelde DC VW Osnabrück Chrysler Wolfsburg VW Leipzig Porsche BMW Dresden VW Bochum GM Eisenach GM Zwickau VW Frankfurt Mlada Boleslav Skoda Rüsselsheim GM Regensburg BMW Ingolstadt Audi Mulhouse Dingolfing Stuttgart Peugeot BMW Porsche Sochaux Peugeot Sindelfingen München Neckarsulm DaimlerChryslerBMW Audi 100 km Radius 200 km Radius 500 km Radius International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 7
  8. 8. Continental Location Frankfurt Key Data Continental, Frankfurt am Main Founded 1906 Division Chassis & Safety Location Frankfurt, Germany Plant: 700 Employees HQ/Engineering: 3000 (Advanced, Base & Appl. Engineering) Location Area 182.000 m² incl. Test Track Products Brake & Stability Control Systems (ABS/TCS/ESC) Production Volume 2012 ~ 30.000 Units/Day 7.4 Mio. Units/Year 2001 and 2005 Plant Frankfurt „Factory of the Year“ for »Outstanding Manufacturing Technology« International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 8
  9. 9. Global Trends in a Changing World 1 Strive for Higher Standard/ Quality of Living 6 Urbanization 2 Information/ I f ti / Communication Society 7 New Mobility Pattern 3 Globalization 8 Safety & Security 4 Resource g Shortage 9 Demografic g Change 5 Climate Change 10 Affordability International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public (at new markets) 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 9
  10. 10. Energy Exploitation in a Changing World Harvesting the Renewables Harvesting the Fossiles Smart Harvesting the Renewables Source: Brockhaus, Technologien für das 21. Jahrhundert, Leipzig, 2000 International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 10
  11. 11. New Mobility Pattern Past (Sixties) Future ICE, HEV Car / (Train) Train / Car / (Plane) PHEV, HEV, ICE Car / (PT) PT / Car ICE Short-Range Plane / (Train) / (Car) ICE Mid-Range Car / Train / Ship / (Plane) ICE Long-Range EV, PHEV, HEV Picture sources: car2go, Drive-Now, Quicar, RWE, Mitsubishi, Citroen PT Public Transport, ICE Internal Combustion Engine, EV Electric Vehicle, HEV Hybrid Electric Vehicle, PHEV Plug-in HEV International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 11
  12. 12. World Map of Road Traffic Fatalities by Regions Over 1.2 million die in road accidents every year. A further 50 million are injured India Germany China Road Traffic Fa atalities 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 1953 1963 1973 1983 1993 2003 2013 Sources: Dräger Review 101, The Magazine for Safety Technology November 2010, Road Traffic Deaths by WHO Region; Statistics World Health Organization, 2009; Destatis (Federal Statistical Office, Germany) International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 12
  13. 13. Individual Mobility* Drivers and Drawbacks I n d i v i d u a l M o b i l i t y* Drivers Drawbacks (use) (cost of use) Safety (zero crashes) Comfort (zero stress) Efficiency (zero emissions) Emotion (The road is the destination) Resources consumption Emissions Trend * Transport of people, goods & emotions International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public Price (TCO**) **Total Cost of Ownership 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 13
  14. 14. Automotive Safety (from a Comprehensive Perspective) The Car that does no Harm – Demand to Future Brake Systems Environmentally Safe Driving Direct Safety Harm by Healthy Driving Indirect Safety Emissions Crashes (CO2, NOX, ..., PM, NVH, …) Affected Traffic Participants Society Effect Immediate Long Term Demand to Brake Systems N e t w Fast International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public o r k e d Recuperative 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 14
  15. 15. Hydraulic Brake Systems As part of a Regenerative Brake System MK C1® Integrated High-Performance Brake System MK 100® ESC Premium hybrid ESC HECU Vacuum Pump › › › › › › Vacuum Brake Booster ESC (Electronic Stability Control) IPB (Integrated Parking Brake) Booster Support Functions Driver Comfort Functions Autonomous Braking (EBA-City/EBA) Regenerative Braking limited to 0,25g › › › › › › › ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) ESC (Electronic Stability Control) IPB (Integrated Parking Brake) Booster Support Functions Driver Comfort Functions Autonomous Braking (EBA-City/EBA/Pedestrian Protection) Unlimited regenerative potential International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 15
  16. 16. Individual Mobility* Drivers and Drawbacks I n d i v i d u a l M o b i l i t y* Drivers Drawbacks (use) (cost of use) Safety (zero crashes) Comfort (zero stress) Efficiency (zero emissions) Emotion (The road is the destination) Resources consumption Emissions Trend * Transport of people, goods & emotions International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public Price (TCO**) **Total Cost of Ownership 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 16
  17. 17. ContiGuard® Continental´s Technological Road Safety Contribution Integrated Safety = Active Safety integrated with Passive Safety All measures to prevent an accident or to minimize the effects of an accident All measures to protect the occupants and vulnerable traffic participants against injuries caused by an accident ContiGuard® is Continental´s contribution to a traffic without fatalities & serious injuries (Vision Zero) ContiGuard® represents Continental´s Integrated Safety System The technology basis is scalable, value for money & cost attractive throughout all functional levels. ContiGuard® strives to provide “Safety for Everyone” International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 17
  18. 18. Assisted Driving / Automated Driving Interaction Scheme Assisted or Partially Automated 1) Driving Task Keep Distance Highly Automated or Fully Automated 1) Keep Lane Driver feel see hear / talk Decision Fusion & Situation Interpretation Instinct / Knowledge Motion Command Arbitration Safe & Comfortable Driving see hear / talk Assistant D Decision feel Sensor Fusion & Situation/Driver Intention Interpretation As ssistant Artificial Intelligence Motion Control & Actuation Accelerating 95% of all road accidents involve some human error, in 76% of the cases the human is solely to blame 2) Braking Steering Telematics Crash Reduction Potential: ~ 70% 1) 2) Source: BASt-study - Definitions of Automation and Legal Issues in Germany, 25th July 2012, Tom M. Gasser / Daniel Westhoff, German Federal Highway Research Institute, Source: European Commission, Directorate General Information Society and Media, Informal document No.: ITS-13-07 (13th session of ITS, 23 June 2006, agenda item 3.) International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 18
  19. 19. Automated Driving Motivations & Success Factors Motivation 1: Converting driving time to higher valued time Success depends on consumer valued benefit/cost ratio Motivation 2: Accident-free driving, the prerequisite for Motivation 1 (boosting Vision Zero) Success depends on economic valued benefit/cost ratio (e.g. 174 bn. €* economic saving potential in EU should be motivation for politics) * Acc. to REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL concerning Type-approval requirements for the general safety of motor vehicles, Impact Assessment, {COM(2008) 316} {SEC(2008) 1909} Brussels, 23.05.2008, total economic damage in EU amounts to 229 bn €. Acc. to European Commission, Directorate General Information Society and Media, Informal document No.: ITS-13-07 (13th session of ITS, 23 June 2006, agenda item 3.) in 76% of the cases the human is solely to blame of all road accidents. 174 bn € = 229 bn € * 0.76 International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 19
  20. 20. Automated Driving „Driver´s Dream“ Picture Source: General Motors 1939 New York worlds fair: Visitors in moving seats look down on GM’s vision of the future in its Futurama display. Automated highway system with longitudinal and lateral vehicle control. International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 20
  21. 21. Assisted Driving / Automated Driving Interaction Scheme Assisted or Partially Automated 1) Keep Distance Driving Task Keep Lane hear / talk Assistant D Decision Sensor Fusion & Situation/Driver Intention Interpretation As ssistant see Motion Control & Actuation Accelerating Braking Steering Telematics Decision Fusion & Situation Interpretation hear / talk Safe & Comfortable Driving Artificial Intelligence feel see Motion Command Arbitration Safe & Comfortable Driving Artificial Intelligence feel see Sensor Fusion & Situation/Driver Intention Interpretation hear / talk feel Driver see Motion Command Arbitration As ssistant Driver feel Keep Lane Instinct / Knowledge Decision Fusion & Situation Interpretation Instinct / Knowledge Keep Distance hear / talk D Decision Driving Task Highly Automated or Fully Automated 1) Machine Motion Control & Actuation Accelerating Braking Steering Telematics Crash Reduction Potential: ~ 70% 1) Source: BASt-study - Definitions of Automation and Legal Issues in Germany, 25th July 2012, Tom M. Gasser / Daniel Westhoff, German Federal Highway Research Institute International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 21
  22. 22. Mobility of the Future: Automated Driving › We are convinced that automated driving will be a key element of future mobility, as it will enhance the safety, efficiency and comfort of individual mobility even further. › Automation will lead to a significant decrease in the number of road traffic casualties and it allows drivers to use their time in the car in other ways and therefore more efficiently. › Our path to automated driving: › › › › Partially automated driving by 2016. Highly automated driving from 2020. Fully automated driving from 2025. In 2012 I 2012, we b became th fi t automotive supplier t the first t ti li to be granted a test license for automated driving on public roads in the U.S. state of Nevada. International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 22
  23. 23. Thank you for your attention! International Automotive Breakfast Seminar 2013 Public 13. September 2013 Dr. Peter E. Rieth, © Continental AG 23

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