Designing Electronic Powertrain Controls
May 4-6, 2004
Motorola Parmer Conference Center
Austin, TX, USA
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May 3: Workshop: Control Systems: Model Based and Control Systems Development
May 4-6: Symposium: Designing Electronic Powertrain Controls
"The operation of modern powertrains relies increasingly on the design of the supporting electronics and software. The engineering content is a mixture of skills and knowledge that is increasing all the time. This meeting will provide attendees with a clear understanding and appreciation of not only what goes into the systems today but how and why the ingredients are designed in the way they are.
With participation from a range of the key companies and individuals in the worldwide industry this meeting provides a unique opportunity to participate in a series of presentations and discussions on all aspects of the current and future technical scene.The content ranges from the fundamentals of the hardware and software through the latest thinking on engineering cost-effective and capable systems. From the rapid-prototyping of new developments through the design for reliable manufacturing and the methods to achieve successful results within aggressive time and cost budgets, there is information that is useful to everyone involved in automotive powertrain design, development and production.
In addition to the seminar speakers, participants will have the opportunity to discuss there questions in informal meetings and also attend a valuable range of product table-top displays from the key vendors in the sector. The meeting also provides a rare opportunity to attend a Workshop on Robust Control which will be held prior to the main meeting.
The content is specifically configured to be useful to a range of experience, from those relatively new to the area, through practitioners and managers who want to ensure that they have a current and broad knowledge of the industry-leading approaches to success."
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