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chassis.tech plus 2018

12-06-2018 – 13-06-2018 – Munich, Germany

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Program

Let yourself be inspired by top-class keynote speeches and trailblazing specialist presentations. Use the breaks and the evening event for going into depth, taking part in discussions and making contacts away from “day-to-day business”.

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Festsaal

Registration

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CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION − Festsaal

Welcome and opening

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik | lightweight.design

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Automotive Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS), Germany

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CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION − Festsaal

KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Automotive Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS), Germany

Keynote Speech

Chassis 2025 – strategic key competence or commodity?

Thomas Müller
Vice President Chassis Development, AUDI AG, Germany

Coauthors: M. C. Paefgen, AUDI AG

CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Keynote Speech

Connected, electrified, autonomous – the intelligent chassis of the future

Dr. Holger Klein
Head of Chassis Technology Division, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Keynote Speech

Disruptive changes and their impact on the supplier industry

Stefan Randak
Director & Head of Business Unit Automotive, Atreus GmbH, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Opening of the accompanying trade exhibition and refreshment break in the exhibition area

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CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION − Festsaal

KEYNOTE LECTURES II

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Automotive Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS), Germany

Keynote Speech

Steer-by-wire – next-generation steering system for future mobility

Roland Greul
Director Advanced Engineering, Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: B. Hauser, A. Gaedke, Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH

CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES II

Keynote Speech

Driving experience vs. mental stress with automated lateral guidance from the customer's point of view

Prof. Bernhard Schick
Research ADAS/AD, Kempten University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Seda Aydogdu
Project Engineer, MdynamiX AG, Germany

Coauthors: C. Seidler, Y.-J. Kuo, Research ADAS/AD, Kempten University of Applied Sciences

CHASSIS.TECH.PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES II

Lunch in the exhibition area

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PARALLEL STRAND I − Festsaal

NEW CHASSIS SYSTEMS

Moderation

Stefan Resch
Corporate Strategy & Innovation, TÜV SÜD AG, Germany

Chassis development for a fully electric vehicle with quattro drivetrain

Oswin Röder
Team Manager Application Chassis Characteristics Driving Dynamics/-Comfort, AUDI AG, Germany

Dr. Michael Wein
Project Manager All-Wheel Drive Control Systems, AUDI AG, Germany

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: NEW CHASSIS SYSTEMS

Chassis system design of the aCar – a light commercial vehicle for Sub-Saharan Africa

Michael Schmidt
Research Assistant, Chair of Automotive Technology, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Coauthors: T. Zehelein, Prof. Dr. M. Lienkamp, Chair of Automotive Technology, TU Munich

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: NEW CHASSIS SYSTEMS

Development of a disruptive lightweight truck at MAN Truck & Bus

Urs Gunzert
Senior Department Manager Vehicle Concepts, MAN Truck & Bus AG, Germany

Steve Sattler
Project Manager Lightweight Tractor, MAN Truck & Bus AG, Germany

Coauthors: J. Hintereder, MAN Truck & Bus AG

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: NEW CHASSIS SYSTEMS

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PARALLEL STRAND II − Palaishalle

RIDE COMFORT

Moderation

Dr. Veit Held
Senior Manager Advanced Engineering Chassis and Chassis Control Systems, Opel Automobile GmbH, Germany

Continental Air Supply – scalable, closed loop system for energy-efficient air spring solutions

Dr. Uwe Folchert
Head of Competence Center Air Supply Units & Project Leader CAirS, Continental Chassis & Safety, Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG, Germany

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: RIDE COMFORT

Model predictive control for active suspensions with a focus on real-time capability

Johan Theunissen
Principal Research Engineer, Tenneco Automotive Europe bvba, Belgium

Coauthors: M. Dhaens, K. Reybrouck, C. Lauwerys, B. Vandersmissen, M. Al Sakka, K. Motte, Tenneco Automotive Europe bvba, Belgium; Prof. A. Sorniotti, Dr. P. Gruber, Dr. S. Fallah, University of Surrey, UK

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: RIDE COMFORT

Improvement of ride comfort by triple Skyhook control

Etsuo Katsuyama
Project Manager, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: RIDE COMFORT

Refreshment break in the exhibition area

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PARALLEL STRAND I − Festsaal

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Moderation

Stefan Resch
Corporate Strategy & Innovation, TÜV SÜD AG, Germany

What can we learn from autonomous level-5 motorsport?

Johannes Betz
Research Associate, Chair of Automotive Technology, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Coauthors: A. Heilmeier, Prof. Dr. M. Lienkamp, Chair of Automotive Technology, TU Munich

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Assisted and autonomous driving on driving simulators

Mattia Bruschetta
Automation Engineer, Research Fellow, Department of Information Engineering, University of Padua, Italy

Coauthors: D. Minen, VI-grade s.r.l., Italy

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Lateral dynamics on the vehicle test bed – a steering module as a validation tool for autonomous driving functions

Martin Förster
Research Assistant, Automotive Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS), Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. P. E. Pfeffer, Automotive Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences; R. Hettel, Dr. C. Schyr, AVL Deutschland GmbH

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Vehicle motion control layer – a modular abstraction layer to decouple ADAS from chassis actuators

Dr. Eckehard Münch
Development Engineer Mechatronic Chassis Systems, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

Coauthors: H. Bestmann, Dr. C. Lovell, S. Pollmeyer, M. Salari Khaniki, D. Schulte, ZF Friedrichshafen AG

PARALLEL STRAND I Festsaal
Session: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

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PARALLEL STRAND II − Palaishalle

CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Moderation

Dr. Veit Held
Senior Manager Advanced Engineering Chassis and Chassis Control Systems, Opel Automobile GmbH, Germany

Development of GVC Moment Plus Control for mass production

Daisuke Umetsu
Staff Manager, Mazda Motor Corporation, Japan

Coauthors: Y. Takahara, O. Sunahara, F. Kato, Mazda Motor Corporation, Japan; Prof. M. Abe, Prof. M. Yamakado, Y. Kano, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan; J. Takahashi, Hitachi Ltd., Japan

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Development of a real-time friction estimation procedure

Dr. Gerd Müller
Senior Engineer, Department of Vehicle Engineering, TU Berlin, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. S. Müller, Department of Vehicle Engineering, TU Berlin

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS

MTC – model-based feed forward traction control

Dr. Lars König
Senior Expert Vehicle Dynamics Control, Bosch Engineering GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: D. Merlein, J. Bechtloff, F. Schindele, M. Tiator, Bosch Engineering GmbH

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Analysis of the potentials of a new control approach for traction control considering a P2-Hybrid drivetrain

Alexander Zech
PhD Candidate, BMW Group, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. T. Eberl, C. Marx, BMW Group; Prof. Dr. S. Müller, Department of Vehicle Engineering, TU Berlin

PARALLEL STRAND II Palaishalle
Session: CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS

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