chassis.tech plus 2022
13th International Munich Chassis Symposium | Hybrid Event
05-07-2022 – 06-07-2022 – Munich or virtually via live stream
You have the choice: participate on site or virtually via live stream.
Due to the current situation created by Covid-19, the congress "chassis.tech plus 2022" will take place as a hybrid event this year.
In chassis development, the three aspects of safety, vehicle dynamics and driving comfort are at the top of the list of challenges to be faced. This becomes even more complex when the chassis is required to interact with assistance systems and other systems for fully automated driving. New demands are also created by the introduction of modern electric and electronic architectures. All these requirements must be met by the chassis along with its subsystems steering, brakes, tires and wheels.
In the triad comprising the driver, the vehicle, and the chassis, it is the latter that is the decisive factor when it comes to achieving the optimum values in terms of driving safety, sportiness, and comfort. In addition, trends such as automated driving and powertrain electrification will have further repercussions on chassis architectures. This Herculean task can only be mastered by interdisciplinary teams of engineers who see the chassis as a complete system and work on it accordingly. The process is supported by agile development methods and computer simulations as well as driving simulators and real road tests – for both current and future systems.
The 13th International Munich Chassis Symposium chassis.tech plus once again aims to bring together up to 500 specialists for an exchange of ideas and experience. Experts in suspension systems, steering, brakes, and tires/wheels, as well as ADAS will find the very latest information and will have the opportunity to discuss current developments in detail.
You can look forward to keynote lectures by Dr. Hans-Jörg Feigel (Continental), Helge Westerfeld (Bosch), Patricio Barbale (S&P Global Mobility), and Andreas Rigling (ADAC) on the first day of the symposium, as well as short interviews with leading experts. On the second day, Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and Leonardo Bagnoli (Ducati) will present their valuable assessments.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Bayerischer Hof in the center of Munich or virtually via our live stream and hope you have an exciting and informative conference.
The International Munich Chassis Symposium is the key worldwide meeting place for the chassis community in the fields of chassis, steering, brakes and tire/wheels.
The 1st day will be taken up by the interdisciplinary section chassis.tech plus with two parallel sessions of lectures in the afternoon.
The symposium will focus on overriding topics from the field of chassis and driving dynamics, before dividing up on the 2nd day into the following four parallel sections concentrating on the chassis, steering, brakes, and tires/wheels:
In the afternoon, the parallel sections will merge together again for the interdisciplinary section chassis.tech plus.
In 2022, the symposium will focus on redundant chassis systems for automated driving, digital developments for steer-by-wire systems, and methods for measuring brake and tire wear. It will examine ways to ensure the long-term fulfillment of the increasing demands of customers, users, and legislation regarding agility and comfort as well as the requirements of sustainability and the environment, including more engineering efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
chassis.tech plus 2022 as a hybrid event
The choice is yours: attend on-site or virtually via live streams
The streaming package includes the keynote lectures and all lectures of the two parallel strands on the 1st day as well as the four parallel sections on the 2nd day as live streams.
The digital event platform offers you
For the whole duration of the event, the accompanying trade exhibition will allow you, on-site and virtually, to gather information on innovative products and services offered in the field of chassis development.
Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG
Ducati Motor Holding s.p.a.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Robert Bosch GmbH
S&P Global Mobility
Hotel Bayerischer Hof
Promenadeplatz 2 – 6
80333 Munich, Germany
virtually via live stream
German and English with simultaneous interpreting
(German – English / English – German)
Virtually via live stream: English audio transmission
chassis.Xperience – the free driving event to experience chassis systems and advanced driving assistance systems live. Get to know innovative development methodologies by testing driving characteristics both in real-life driving tests and on the dynamic driving simulator - the digital twin.
Together with our research partner, the University of Applied Sciences Kempten, we invite you to the new Institute for Driver Assistance and Connected Mobility. Expect an exciting day, practical methods and technologies and interesting discussions - the ideal warm-up for chassis.tech plus 2022.
In order to ensure that the ATZlive conferences are safe and successful for all participants, even in times of Corona, we have drawn up a wide-ranging hygiene protection concept and are making detailed arrangements with the event partners.
The hygiene protection concept is based on the SARS-CoV-2 industrial safety standard of the German federal government and on the official requirements, which can vary from state to state.Of course, we will provide sufficient protective measures on site and adhere to a concept for contactless check-in, seating with a safe distance, keeping a distance during breaks and catering, disinfection facilities, etc.
We are adapting to the current pandemic situation. If a real meeting at the conference date is not possible, you can experience the entire conference in our virtual conference module.
Munich or virtually via live stream
+49 (0) 611. 7878 321