BRAKING
	 Interactive Evening Workshops
	A I Exploring model based ECU-architecture
	B I The role of braking along the roa...
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Intelligent Braking 2013

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The automotive industry is increasingly emphasizing the importance of braking technology for its overall market success.

A constantly progressing electrification and integration of systems as well as the must-have Five-Star Rating on the Euro NCAP safety assessment brings up specific challenges for the industry: Next to the design of new-generation-brake systems, the industry is confronted with critical success factors that relate to the functionality of single systems, such as Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems, its integration and validation with all its soft- and hardware components. Moreover, facing pressures from various angles, such as the European legislation on emission reduction, the need for braking technologies that allow for maximum energy savings and comfort while being within the scope of feasibility becomes constantly urgent.

Intelligent Braking 2013 will define strategies, technologies and architectures to optimize functionality and performance on
"next-generation" braking systems.

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Intelligent Braking 2013

  1. 1. BRAKING Interactive Evening Workshops A I Exploring model based ECU-architecture B I The role of braking along the road to autonomous driving • Understand the tools & procedures of the Euro NCAP safety assessment and learn from Continental and Bosch how it will influence future brake systems • Hear from TRW how system functionality can be guaranteed and ECU- architecture be designed to ensure maximum safety • Gain insight into the latest research on EV and HEV braking & be prepared for mastering the challenges in future brake systems • Discuss with Renault and leading experts how to manage the transition from standard braking to intelligent braking • Evaluate with industry peers the future of new-generation braking systems to optimise your strategic business planning Researched and developed by technology CHASSIS an IQPC Conference 26 – 27 November 2013 I Frankfurt Marriott Hotel, Frankfurt, Germany Defining strategies, technologies and architectures to optimise functionality and performance of “next-generation” braking systems BRAKING Save up to € 320,- with our Early Birds if you book and pay by 09 August 2013! To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.braking-congress.com/MM Highlight speakers include: • Renault SA • Volvo Group • Continental AG • Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS) • TNOTechnical Sciences/ Automotive • Vienna University of Technology • Frost & Sullivan Ltd. • Cranfield University • University of Stuttgart • Vienna Engineering • Graz University of Technology • ADAC e.V. • Robert Bosch GmbH • TRW Automotive Lucas Varity GmbH Don’t miss the high level speaker faculty: Nicolas Godlewski, Brake System Technical Leader, Renault SA, France Dr.-Ing Ralf Leiter, Chief Engineer Hardware, TRW Automotive LucasVarity GmbH, France Lionel Farres, System Functionalities & Electronic System, Volvo Group Trucks Technology / Chassis and Vehicle Dynamics, Volvo Group, France Dr. Hans-Jörg Feigel, Head of Development, Future Brake Systems Development, Continental AG, Germany 2013 BRAKING "Intelligent Braking conference is developing into one of the key forums for cross-industry/ research Discussion" Paul Roberts, Chief Engineer, Arvin Meritor8th International Conference IntelligentIntelligent

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