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chassis.tech plus 2020

11th International Munich Chassis Symposium

23-06-2020 – 24-06-2020 – Munich, Germany

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11th International Munich Chassis Symposium

chassis.tech plus 2020

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.

The chassis will play a key role in the future of the automobile. End customers want a dynamic driving experience – without any compromise on safety. At the same time, automated and autonomous functions are generating higher demands for comfort. The future lies in platforms that can be combined as flexibly as possible. The aim is to optimize the interaction between chassis systems to achieve functional integration.

chassis.tech plus, which is being held in June for the eleventh time, is a unique event throughout Europe that will bring together numerous leading experts in chassis systems, steering, brakes, and tires/wheels from all over the world for an industry-wide exchange of ideas and a transfer of knowledge. Renowned speakers from industry and research will discuss the very latest developments in the chassis, steering systems, brakes, and wheels/tires in four parallel strands of lectures.

You can also look forward to keynote lectures given by Masato Fujiyama (Toyota), Dr. Keiwan Kashi (Schaeffler Technologies), Dr. Thomas Kersten and Dr. Andreas Saathoff (Volkswagen), Benjamin Koller (TÜV SÜD) and Prof. Bernhard Schick (Kempten University of Applied Sciences) on the first day of the symposium. The keynote lectures presented by Dr. Wolfgang David (Ford) and Yousuke Sekino (Showa) on the second day promise further concentrated information.

One for all

Four congresses in one event

The International Munich Chassis Symposium is the key worldwide meeting place for the chassis community in the fields of the chassis, steering, brakes, and tires/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 issues relating to chassis systems and vehicle dynamics, before dividing up on the 2nd day into the following four parallel sections concentrating on the chassis, steering, brakes, and tires/wheels:

  • chassis.tech
  • steering.tech
  • brake.tech
  • tire.wheel.tech

In the afternoon, the parallel sections will merge together again for the interdisciplinary section chassis.tech plus.

In 2020, the conference will focus on innovative chassis systems which improve the driving experience by offering greater comfort and dynamics. It will provide answers relating to the growing proportions of automated driving systems and electrified powertrains in the complete vehicle.

Participants can move freely between the four parallel sections at any time. The individual parallel sections scheduled for the second day – chassis.tech, steering.tech, brake.tech, tire.wheel.tech – can be booked separately at a reduced registration fee.

For the whole duration of the event, the accompanying trade exhibition will allow you to gather information on innovative products and services offered in the field of chassis development.

Four Congresses in One Event


Main Subject Areas

  • The chassis and automated driving systems as a trade-off between agility, approval, and comfort
  • Improvements in architecture, 
    modularity, and scalability for integrated chassis functions

Keynote Lectures

Dr. Wolfgang David
Ford-Werke GmbH

Prof. Bernhard Schick
Hochschule Kempten

Dr. Keiwan Kashi
Schaeffler Technologies
AG & Co. KG

Yousuke Sekino
Showa Corporation

Masato Fujiyama
Toyota Motor Corporation

Benjamin Koller
TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH

Dr. Thomas Kersten
Dr. Andreas Saathoff

Volkswagen AG


on the 2nd day four parallel sections

chassis.tech
Future chassis systems  – methods for virtual testing, NVH optimization, and lightweight design

steering.tech
Modern steering systems – holistic safety approaches and innovative functions

brake.tech
Innovative braking systems – meeting the requirements of brake feel and electrification

tire.wheel.tech
Safer wheel/tire components – optimized testing methods to meet the objectives of lightweight design and noise


Participants:

  • Manufacturers of passenger cars and commercial vehicles and their suppliers
  • Development service providers
  • Universities and research institutes
  • Manufacturers of measuring, testing and simulation systems
  • Authorities, associations and testing institutes.

Venue

Hotel Bayerischer Hof
Promenadeplatz 2-6
80333 Munich, Germany


Conference language

Simultaneous interpreting (German/English)


The accompanying trade exhibition

A trade exhibition of interesting suppliers and service providers rounds off the conference and provides the opportunity to find out about innovations on site.

Details on the trade exhibition

Date

23-06-2020 – 24-06-2020
Munich, Germany

Participation fee

EUR 1,898.05

incl. VAT

EUR 1,595.00

plus VAT

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If there is any risk of Covid-19 contagion at the event date, we will organize the conference 2020 for you virtually.

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Hannah Klusmann

+49 (0) 611. 7878 321

hannah.klusmann
(at)springernature.com

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Scientific Director and Advisory Board

Scientific Director of the Symposium
Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer, Munich University of Applied Sciences

A scientific advisory board made up of outstanding personalities from each of the fields involved supports our conference in terms of planning and finding topics.