Today automakers must be as nimble as possible in their ability to develop new systems and to maximize reuse across their product lines
(PRWEB) June 01, 2015
The session, entitled “Building the Blueprint for Tomorrow’s Vehicle Software,” will include Artur Seidel, vice president of Elektrobit Automotive Americas, senior representatives from Ford and Delphi, and industry consultant John Ellis; it will be moderated by Andy Gryc of CX3 Marketing. The discussion will focus on the growing importance and complexity of in-vehicle software in connected vehicles and autonomous cars, and will address key issues of security and how the wider ecosystem can fit into new vehicle software.
The full details of the session and conference program can be found here: http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/conference-agenda.php
“Today automakers must be as nimble as possible in their ability to develop new systems and to maximize reuse across their product lines,” said Elektrobit Automotive’s Seidel. “This is where the software experts from Elektrobit come into the picture. Our decades of experience and laser focus on building great automotive software solutions and architectures — and doing so with speed and precision — allow automakers to focus on what they do best: build great cars and trucks.”
The full panel outline is:
5.30pm-6.10pm Building the Blueprint for Tomorrow’s Vehicle Software
The advent of the autonomous car and impact of rapid electronics integration are making big demands on software specification, architecture and development—demands they were never designed to fulfill. Today’s vehicle software architecture has never felt more inadequate to deliver tomorrow’s cars.
- How can we tame the exponentially growing amount of vehicle software without throwing out safety and security?
- What changes can we expect to see in OEM and supplier software development workflows?
- What new languages, technologies, and tools will the automotive software developers of tomorrow need at their disposal?
- Can a vibrant, third-party ecosystem fit into a new vehicle software architecture?
Artur Seidel, Vice President, Elektrobit Automotive Americas
Jim Buczkowski, Technical Fellow & Director, Ford Motor Company
Mark Kady, Software Manager, Advanced Engineering, Delphi
John Ellis, Founder & Managing Director, Ellis & Associates
Moderator: Andy Gryc, Co-Founder, CX3 Marketing
The full speaker line-up is on the website: http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/conference-speakers.php
TU-Automotive Detroit (June 3-4) is the biggest and most comprehensive B2B connected mobility event to date, uniting over 3,000 industry executives for two days in Detroit. It represents the widespread excitement in the connected car space with many different players making major announcements, cross-industry partnerships and game-changing innovations.
Tickets are going fast so booking is advisable – register here: http://www.tu-auto.com/detroit/register.php.
Throughout the two-day event there are over 20 hours of dedicated networking time allowing the 3000 strong attendees to swap business cards with companies including: Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota, DoT, TomTom, Zipcar and many more.
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