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Due to its role as 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 and actuators, 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 steer-by-wire systems open up new opportunities for these vehicles. At the same time, the braking system as a safety component must be further developed in such a way that it meets the requirements of powertrain hybridization and electrification.
To provide an exchange of ideas and experience and to ensure constructive discussions on the very latest topics, the 9th International Munich Chassis Symposium, chassis.tech plus, will be bringing together a large number of experts from the fields of chassis design, steering, brake systems and tires/wheels on 12 and 13 June 2018.
We cordially invite you contribute to the success of this ATZ Conference by submitting a specialist presentation.
Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Munich University of Applied Sciences
Scientific Director of the Symposium
TÜV SÜD AG
Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group
If so, please send a short version of your proposed paper to:
Michaela Kues | ATZlive
Abraham-Lincoln-Straße 46 | 65189 Wiesbaden
Phone +49 611 7878-274
Fax +49 611 7878-452
On the basis of the short version of the paper, the Scientific Advisory Board for the Symposium will decide whether to accept it.
The time allowed for presentation is 20 minutes with a subsequent discussion. The registration fee will be waived for one speaker per paper presented. The presentation language is either German or English. The language of the manuscripts and slides is English.