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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.tech plus brings numerous experts together for an exchange of ideas and experience as well as constructive discussions. Speakers from industry and research will address the latest developments in plenary sessions and four parallel strands.
By forming the link between the road surface and the vehicle, the chassis plays a key role in enhancing vehicle dynamics and ride comfort. With its control systems, it provides the basis for the further development of driver assistance systems which support the driver in the task of driving the vehicle. This applies to an even greater extent to autonomous vehicles. Electromechanical steering and steerby- wire systems are one solution available. At the same time, the brake system as a safety component needs to be developed in such a way that it fulfills the requirements of powertrain hybridization and electrification.
As a platform for the exchange of experience and constructive discussions, the 9th International Munich Chassis symposium chassis.tech plus will bring together numerous experts in chassis systems, steering, brakes, and tires/ wheels from all over the world on 12 and 13 June 2018.
The International Munich Chassis Symposium is the key meeting place worldwide for the chassis community in the fields of chassis, steering, brakes and wheels/tires.
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 chassis, steering, brakes and wheels/tires:
In the afternoon, the parallel sections will come together again for the interdisciplinary section chassis.tech plus.
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.
NEW CHASSIS SYSTEMS
In the context of electrification and lightweight design
Challenges for Level 4 and 5
CHASSIS CONTROL SYSTEMS
Focus on dynamics and comfort
Dr. Holger Klein
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH
Prof. Bernhard Schick
Dr. Andree Hohm
Continental Teves AG & Co. KG
Hyundai Motor Group
80333 Munich, Germany
Simultaneous interpreting (German/English)
A trade exhibition of interesting suppliers and service providers rounds off the conference and provides the opportunity to find out about innovations on site.
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