The Colloquium explores the most up-to-date technical information on braking and brake systems for light- and heavy-duty OEMs and aftermarket customers through a three-day technical program exploring the latest in today’s vehicles as we move increasingly toward autonomous and electric vehicles.
WARRENDALE, Pa. (PRWEB) September 24, 2018
Two tutorials have been added to enhance attendee experiences at the 36th Annual SAE International Brake Colloquium and Exhibition, which will be held Oct. 14-17, at the JW Marriott Desert Springs, Palm Desert, Calif.
The tutorials will include:
- Tutorial: An Introduction to Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS)
Sunday, Oct. 14
3 p.m. – Room Salon A-F
The move toward more systems to assist drivers as we transition to fully automated vehicle has an impact on the development of brake systems. In order to create the brake systems of the future, this tutorial is designed to share an introductory look at the fundamental on Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
Keynote Speaker - Zachary S. Tullock, Nissan Technical Center NA
- Tutorial: An Introduction to Electric Vehicles
Sunday, Oct. 14
4:40 p.m. – Room Salon A-F
The move toward Electric Propulsion Systems has an impact on the development of brake systems. In order to create the brake systems of the future, this tutorial is designed to share an introductory look at the fundamental on electric vehicles.
Keynote Speaker - Jerome Gregeois, Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center Inc.
In addition, the event will feature a panel discussion titled, “High Performance Brake Systems for Cars Technical Presentations with Panel Discussion” on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. in Room Salon G-L. This session will focus on brake systems for high performance sports cars and sedans. It includes new trends in brake system technology for performance vehicles, how they differentiate from standard brake systems, and the specific development challenges at component and system levels.
Other technical sessions will include:
- Keynote: Emissions in the General Public's Perception – Georg Ostermeyer, TU Braunschweig (Tuesday, Oct. 16 – 8 a.m.)
- Keynote: Pathways for Measuring Brake Wear PM for Modernizing Vehicle Emission Inventories – Sonya Collier, California Air Resources Board (Tuesday, Oct. 16 – 8:20 a.m.)
- Police Vehicle Development vs. its OE Standard Production "Clone" – Ramiro Juarez, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. (Tuesday, Oct. 16 – 1:20 p.m.)
- Keynote: Usage of Emission Reduced, Ceramic Plated Cast Iron Rotors on High Performance Cars – Donatus Neudeck, Porsche AG (Tuesday, Oct. 16 – 1:40 p.m.)
The Brake Colloquium & Exhibition explores the most up-to-date technical information on braking and brake systems for light- and heavy-duty OEMs and aftermarket customers through a three-day technical program exploring the latest in today’s vehicles as we move increasingly toward autonomous and electric vehicles. New speakers and presenters are continually being added to Brake’s dynamic program including topics about Brake Emissions, Hybrid and Conventional Controls, and High-Performance Brake Systems have been confirmed. For more information about Brake Colloquium & Exhibition, the technical program, or to register for the event, please visit http://www.sae.org/brake.
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