Automotive IQ announces Braking Systems Conference

Posted: 08/31/2017

Berlin, Germany – Taking place in Berlin, Germany, Automotive IQ’s Intelligent Braking Systems conference is the only event to provide a comprehensive look at braking systems in the context of autonomous driving. IQPC Germany is proud to announce the return of the Intelligent Braking Systems conference Series.

The conference will be coming to Berlin, Germany on November 14th – 16th to welcome experts from automotive OEMs, major suppliers, semiconductors, legal authorities, and academia to exchange knowledge and share their experience with automated driving and the latest innovations in terms of integrated brake systems, regenerative brake systems, brakes-by-wire and much more.

The conference offers 3 full days of insights from global steering experts, case studies, 4 interactive workshops, and facilitated networking opportunities.

For more information and details concerning speakers, sessions, and presentations, download the agenda

Why should you attend?

  • Discover new technologies for automated driving and the impact on design for braking functions in vehicles
  • Have an in-depth look into sophisticated concepts of brake by wire and opportunities for reducing costs
  • Explore innovative approaches of recuperative braking systems
  • Understand an OEMs` view of a systems approach to the development of braking features
  • Benefit from vivid discussions with colleagues from the co-located Steering Systems conference

Presentations include

Brake Systems: Current trends and future projections

Paolo Martino, Principal Analyst

IHS Markit

Braking for the second century

Deaglán Ó Meachair, Functional Manager – Brake Systems

Bentley Motors Ltd., UK

Brake system design for automation and electrification

Thorsten Ullrich,. Platform Manager, and Martin Baechle, Director Electronic Brake System Development, Continental Teves AG & Co.

Decoupled brake (brake-by-wire) – benefits and integration challenges

Borhen Felah, Decoupled brake (brake-by-wire) System Leader

Jaguar Land Rover

Ready for vehicle electrification and autonomous driving: Dry brake architecture

Josko Kurbasa, Engineering Director, Brake-By-Wire

Chassis Brakes International

For more information and details concerning speakers, sessions, and presentations, download the agenda

Posted: 08/31/2017

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