13. Graz Symposium Virtual Vehicle (GSVF)

May 5-6, 2020 | Seifenfabrik, Graz, Austria

 

System Integration and Virtual Validation

The dominant role of ADAS/AD systems and electrification as well as new requirements from active safety, co-operative driving and distributed system development are calling for new capabilities in system integration and virtual validation. Virtual validation is on the rise and plays a very significant role in system development and homologation. To ensure that complex systems and highly interacting vehicle functions will work exactly as expected a huge amount of validation effort is required.

 

About the symposium

The GSVF 2020 addresses recent advances in system integration and virtual validation and its optimal coexistence with physical testing. Industry currently moves away from strictly vertical to broadly horizontal vehicle development approaches. Agile enriched processes are vital to cope with related complexity, uncertainties, quality, costs and timely delivery, to ultimately accelerate system delivery ensuring global competitiveness and market-shares.

The GSVF 2020 focuses on methods, tools, data, and processes for virtual validation 

Topics include but are not limited to

• Model-based Systems Engineering
• Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
• Engineering Automation and Agile Processes
• Cloud and Edge Integration and related Architectures
• Challenges of Virtual Validation
• Data Availability, Data Traceability, Data analytics
• Machine Learning in Development and Operation
• Considering Emerging Standards (NCAP, scenarios, simulator interfaces, architectures, functional safety, security etc.)

Application areas

  • Active Safety, Integrated Safety, and Driver Assistance
  • Connected and Automated Driving
  • Future Vehicle Architectures (E/E and Software)
  • Vehicle Development (e.g. People Mover)
  • Cross-domain Applicability (e.g. Avionics, Rail, Production)

Call for Speakers

Abstracts for papers should not exceed 350 words and contain, in addition, session title, author names, affiliations, and email addresses and 3 – 5 keywords.

The conference language is English, presentations may be given in English or German; however, all submissions and slides should be in English. A simultaneous translation into English will be provided.
We look forward to receiving your abstract.

Deadline: Abstract submission

January 10th , 2020

END of review

Feb. 28th,2020

Paper final version (presentation)

April 10th, 2020

Please use the template for your contribution and send it to gsvf@v2c2.at

Ticket Fees

Conference Fee / 1,320.00 €

Early Bird (till 31.03.2020) / 710.00 €

University Member / 610.00 €

Presenter / 350.00 €

Organizer

Program Committee:

Dr. Phil Barber | Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Jan Becker | Stanford University
Dr. Michael Paulweber | AVL List GmbH
Simon Fürst | BMW AG
Christoph Gümbel | future matters
Dr. Michael Holzner | iCONDU
Gerhard Krachler | Magna Steyr
Dr. Martin Schuster | Audi AG
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark | Fraunhofer IPK
Prof. Dr. Hermann Steffan | VSI TU Graz
Prof. Dr. Martin Törngren | KTH, Stockholm
Dr. Gerd Rapin | VW AG

Conference Chairs:

Dr. Jost Bernasch – General Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Prof. Dr. Daniel Watzenig – Program Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Dr. Martin Benedikt – Program Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Dr. Filip Kitanoski – Industrial Chair | Virtual Vehicle

Keynote Speakers

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Ulrich Schulmeister

Vice President Systems Engineering
Robert Bosch

“Challenges and Opportunities for Suppliers in a Changing Automotive World”

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Maik Gummert

Head of E/E Virtual Validation and Simulation
Volkswagen AG

“With Continuous Integration (CI) to a sustainable mobility provider”

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Uwe Class

Director Safe Mobility Systems
ZF Friedrichshafen

“Future Mobility and its Impact on Development & Testing.”

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Björn Giesler

Director ADAS Function Development
Samsung

“When the requirements get agile, so should the development methods”

Program

Tuesday, May 07

DAY 1: AM

08:00 REGISTRATION, WELCOME COFFEE & BREAKFAST

 

09:00 OPENING

Jost Bernasch | CEO VIRTUAL VEHICLE

 

09:15 TALK: The automotive disruption and its impact on OEMs and their suppliers

Andreas Schneider

 

09:25 TALK: Future Automation in Development & Validation

Jost Bernasch | Virtual Vehicle

 

09:50 KEYNOTE: With Continuous Integration (CI) to a sustainable mobility provider

Maik Gummert ǀ Volkswagen

 

10:30 NETWORKING BREAK

 

11:00 Company Presentations

Gerhard Greiner | ALP.Lab

Peter Simon | ZALAZONE

 

11:10 First running Prototypes for Automated Engineering

Martin Benedikt, Jost Bernasch | VIRTUAL VEHICLE

 

11:35 KEYNOTE: Challenges and Opportunities for Suppliers in a Changing Automotive World

Ulrich Schulmeister ǀ Robert Bosch

 

12:15 LUNCH BREAK

DAY 1: PM

ROOM 1: AGILE ENGINEERING

13:45 Agile Modeling in Safety-Critical Environments

Roman Bretz ǀ LieberLieber

 

14:10 The role of HIL testing in agile development with continuous testing

Michael Beine ǀ dSpace GmbH

 

14:35 Continuous Integration and Validation Using Closed-Loop SiL Simulation for Propulsion Control and Calibration

Mattias Eriksson, Johannes Foufas ǀ Volvo Cars

 

15:00 A traceable development and testing methodology for embedded software

Nick van Kelevom ǀ Siemens Industry

ROOM 2: AUTOMATED DRIVE

13:45 ADAS & AD – Quo Vadis ? – Advanced Driver Assistance Systems on the way to Autonomous Driving

Holger Meinel

 

14:10 Towards a Generally Accepted Validation Methodology for Sensor Models – Challenges, Metrics and First Results

Philip Rosenberger ǀ TU Darmstadt

 

14:35 Road to integrated development & simulation platform for autonomous driving

Valerio Zanetti, Christer Neimöck, Andreas Findling | T-Systems, Cray

15:25 DEMO INTERACTIVE ZONE

16:45 Exploring Agile Model-Based Systems Engineering

Hans Vangheluwe ǀ University of Antwerp

 

17:10 Future Engineering Lab – Making Future Vehicle Engineering Methodology Tangible

Bernd Fachbach ǀ Virtual Vehicle

 

17:35 Digital Twin Knowledge Graph for Mobility Rolling Stock and Customer Service Systems

Andreas Grzona ǀ Siemens Mobility GmbH

16:45 Reachability based safety verification method

Jinwei Zhou ǀ Johannes Kepler

 

17:10 Agile-enriched Hybrid Simulation and Empirical X-in-the-loop Testing and Tuning Paradigms for ADAS Functions

Selim Solmaz ǀ Virtual Vehicle

 

17:35 A Seamless Toolchain for ADAS/AD Validation

Christian El Salloum ǀ AVL List GmbH

18:00 NETWORKING & BEER & SHUTTLE

19:30 EVENING EVENT at Freiblick

hosted by VIRTUAL VEHICLE

Wednesday, May 08

DAY 2: AM

08:00 Welcome Coffee

ROOM 1: AGILE ENGINEERING

08:30 Tool-chain enriched security development in automotive industry

Tom Vogt, Christoph Schmittner | TÜV Austria | AIT

 

08:55 Meeting the A-SPICE standard through model-based requirements and system engineering in the automotive industry

Lucas Kirsch, Rene Steinlechner | Contact Software

 

09:20 Current Research at German Aerospace Center (DLR) on Vehicle Dynamics and Control using Modelica and FMI Outlook on new Standards such as eFMI, DCP & SSP

Jonathan Brembeck | DLR

ROOM 2: VEHICLE DESIGN

08:30 Driving sound simulator as enabler for virtual prototyping

Bernd Philippen | Head Acoustics

 

08:55 Design and Virtual Evaluation of Disruptive Cabin Designs for Energy Efficiency and Comfort Using Human-Centered Methodologies

Peter Mörtel | Virtual Vehicle

 

09:20 Virtual Concept Definition of Hyundai’s I30N Vehicle

Joachim Ecker | AVL List GmbH

 

 

09:45 NETWORKING BREAK

 

10:15 Round Table

Table 1

Gero Mimberg | RWTH Aachen

Design Optimization of Li-Ion-Battery Modules for use as Thermal Storage

Table 2

Jacqueline Erhart | Asfinag

Connected Vehicle

Table 3

Gerhard Greiner, Christian Schwarzl | Alp.Lab

Vehicle DATA Analytics

Table 4

Christoph Gümbel, Michael Holzner, Martin Schuster, Bernd Fachbach | Future Matters, iCONDU, Audi AG, Virtual Vehicle

Key Factors for Vehicle Development 2030+

Table 5

Paolo Pretto | Virtual Vehicle

Human-centered driving simulation for automated vehicles

12:00 LUNCH BREAK

DAY 2: PM

ROOM 1: AGILE ENGINEERING

13:30 KEYNOTE: Future Mobility and its Impact on Development & Testing

Uwe Class ǀ ZF

 

14:10 KEYNOTE: When the requirements get agile, so should the development methods

Björn Giesler | Samsung

 

14:50 SHORT BREAK

 

15:05 Continuous Integration across roles and organizational units

Hubert Baumgartner | Robert Bosch

 

15:30 Conceptual modeling of a truck platooning system using CMMS framework

Oguz Icoglu | Ford Otosan

 

15:55 Innovative methods for reduced development times – The L2-Framework at the Volkswagen Group

Tony Porsch, Karlheinz Kunter | VW | VIRTUAL VEHICLE

16:20 SUMMARY

 

16:30 FAREWELL with drinks & snacks

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Location

Graz, Austria

 

Drive with the Schlossbergbahn or the elevator up to the Schlossberg. Have a look at the cathedral of Graz or the Mausoleum nearby, too, before you can get up to the Burg & Double Spiral Staircase that is located on the opposite side.


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