Connecting the Connected Car

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The connected car has the power to shake up the auto industry as profoundly as the first Model T. This 60-minute Webinar discusses future trends in automotive data connection and how these trends will impact the growth of the connected car. It also examines emerging technologies that are driving connected car design and development, as well as their impact on automotive safety, in-vehicle systems, and the environment. A Q&A follows the technical presentation. Sponsor: TE Connectivity

Progressing to Level 3 Autonomy: Sensor Integration with Machine Learning Autonomy

Thursday, October 25, 2018

As personal vehicles move toward the increased sophistication of SAE Level 3 autonomy, more advanced sensors are required, as is their ability to collaborate with onboard machine-intelligence capabilities. This 60-minute Webinar from the editors of SAE International explores the latest sensor advances such as solid-state lidar, millimeter-wave radar, and their integration with new onboard capabilities such as HD mapping and artificial intelligence. A Q&A follows the technical presentation. Sponsors: dSPACE, Newark

Anti-Friction Coating Technology for Highly Demanding Automotive Applications

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Consumers demand durability and reliability from their cars. Expectations for dependability aren’t lessened for high-stress components such as starter motors. This 30-minute Webinar examines a new coating technology with a low coefficient of friction and good adhesion to metal. It delivers long-lasting performance that meets Tier 1 specifications for challenging applications while using standard equipment for spray-coating or dip-spinning processes. A Q&A follows the technical presentation. Sponsor: Dow

Today's Electric Aircraft

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Today’s electric aircraft relies on configurations and technologies that are not even imagined for development of conventional aircraft. This new landscape is characterized by many architectural solutions that leverage electrical technologies in a variety of ways. This 90-minute Webinar presents a panel of experts who will provide insight into this evolving area. Speakers are: Pascal Thalin, Chair of SAE’s Electric Aircraft Steering Group; Electric Power Systems’ Michael Armstrong, part of SAE’s Electric Aircraft Steering Group; Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems’ Jon Fifield, Chair of SAE’s AE-7 Aerospace Electrical Power and Equipment Committee; drR2 Consulting’s Ravi Rajamani; United Technologies Aerospace Systems’ Todd Spierling; and Lufthansa Technik’s Sven Taubert. Sponsor: dSPACE

The Critical Role of Sensors in Autonomous Vehicles

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Sensors and actuators play a critical role in self-driving vehicles, controlling both the driving and safety aspects of the car. As such, they must operate flawlessly. This 60-Minute Webinar from SAE International and Tech Briefs Media looks at the function of various types of sensors as well as which sensors are best suited for each function. A Q&A follows the technical presentation. Sponsors: dSPACE, FLIR, Intertek, Labsphere, New England Wire Technologies, Siemens PLM

Three Ways Thermal Cameras Make Autonomous Vehicles Safer

Monday, November 5, 2018

As we move through SAE automation level 2 and beyond, thermal infrared cameras will be a key technology in the safety sensor suite for ADAS and autonomous vehicles. This 60-minute Webinar discusses thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras that can be quickly integrated for testing and reliably classify objects in darkness and through most fog. Sponsor: FLIR

Next-Generation Technologies and Materials for Advanced Mobility Applications

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

The advancement of smart materials, along with changes in EMI/RF shielding and high-temperature elastomers, is enabling the development of technology and component solutions that bridge the gap between current and next-generation vehicles. This 60-minute Webinar reviews customer and market trends, highlights advanced material developments and how they are addressing specific industry concerns, and offers a brief introduction to some unique component solutions that are helping manufacturers design safer, more efficient advanced mobility systems. Sponsor: Freudenberg-NOK

Virtual Hardware ECUs: A Positive Disruption for Automotive Software Development

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

With ADAS, infotainment, safety systems, and autonomous driving requiring more compute power and software content, automotive companies need to revisit their approach to software development and test. Disrupting the current development process is necessary to leverage the latest computing platform. It’s important to start early by removing the dependency on hardware availability and to scale the development environment for better, more efficient software integration and test. This 60-minute Webinar discusses how a virtual hardware ECU can be used to start software development early through fast/agile iteration, independent of hardware, and to increase testing coverage and accelerate cycles through the virtualization of test benches. Sponsor: Synopsys

The Quality of FMEAs

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis can anticipate and prevent problems, reduce costs, shorten product development times, and achieve safe, highly reliable products and processes. This 30-minute Webinar is derived from the experience of more than 2,000 FMEAs and over 100 companies. It answers the questions: why is there so much variation in the application of a tool that has been around for many decades and what can be done to help achieve more uniformly successful results? It also presents how to evaluate the quality of FMEAs.

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