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Driver Assistance Systems 2018

18-04-2018 – 19-04-2018 – Wiesbaden, 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”.

Room "Plenum und Session I"

Welcome and opening of the conference

Moderation

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik

Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Torsten Bertram
Head of the Institute of Control Theory and Systems Engineering (RST), TU Dortmund, Germany

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PLENUM − Room "Plenum and Session I"

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Torsten Bertram
Head of the Institute of Control Theory and Systems Engineering (RST), TU Dortmund, Germany

Keynote Speech

The reinvention of the automobile – autonomous and accident-free

Dr. Michael E. Hafner
Director Automated Driving & Active Safety, Daimler AG, Germany

PLENUM Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES

Keynote Speech

The role of Automated Driving in Future Mobility Concepts

Ralph Lauxmann
Senior Vice President Systems & Technology, Continental Division Chassis & Safety, Germany

PLENUM Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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SESSION I − Room "Plenum and Session I"

SENSORS I

Moderation

Dr. Karl-Heinz Glander
Chief Engineer for Automated Driving and Integral Cognitive Safety, ZF Group – TRW Automotive GmbH, Germany

Radar for driverless driving – paradigm shift in performance requirements from ranging and detection to perception

Dr. Jürgen Dickmann
Head of Radar/Radarperception, Daimler AG, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. J. Klappstein, Dr. M. Hahn, J. Lombacher, O. Schumann, K. Werber, Daimler AG

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS I

Improving the environment model for highly automated driving by extending the sensor range

Dr. Nicole Beringer
Program Manager Highly Automated Driving, Innovation Management, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH, Germany

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS I

Efficient sensor development using raw signal interfaces

Martin Herrmann
Business Development Manager ADAS and Autonomous Driving, IPG Automotive GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. H. Schön, Robert Bosch GmbH

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS I

Lunch in the exhibition area

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SESSION II − Room "Session II"

German language session: VERSICHERUNGS­KONZEPTE

Moderation

Meris Neininger
Chefin vom Dienst Versicherungsmagazin

Abschied vom Lenkrad? – Automatisiertes und autonomes Fahren im Faktencheck

Jan-Hendrik Wolf
Jurist und Berater Produktentwicklung Kfz, R+V Allgemeine Versicherung AG, Germany

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: VERSICHERUNGS­KONZEPTE

Alles wird anders und bleibt doch gleich – die integrierte Versicherung als Antwort auf die Herausforderungen der Mobilität von morgen

Dr. Christoph Samwer
CEO, FRI:DAY Deutsche Niederlassung der Basler Versicherungen Luxemburg A.G., Germany

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: VERSICHERUNGS­KONZEPTE

Telematik in der Kraftfahrtversicherung

Dr. Martin Ballerstein
Leiter Tarifierung und Marktbeobachtung Komposit, HUK-COBURG, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. D. John, HUK-COBURG

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: VERSICHERUNGS­KONZEPTE

Podiumsdiskussion

Die Antworten der Versicherer auf die neue Mobilität?

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: VERSICHERUNGS­KONZEPTE

Lunch in the exhibition area

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SESSION I − Room "Plenum and Session I"

SENSORS II

Moderation

Hans-Günther Gromeier
Vice President Product Group Automotive, ETAS GmbH

360˚ surround view radar for driver assistance and automated driving

Dr. Dietmar Stapel
Director Program Management Driver Assistance Systems, HELLA GmbH & Co.KGaA, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. H. Dyckmanns, M. Mühlenberg, C. Roch, HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS II

Standardization of sensor interfaces for automated driving

Dr. Thomas Schaller
Sensor Concepts and Sensor Standardization, BMW Group, Germany

Coauthors: C. van Driesten, BMW Group

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS II

Adaptive models of driving dynamics for model-based control of lateral dynamics at the limits of handling

Jacob Bechtloff
Research Assistant, Institute of Automatic Control and Mechatronics (iat), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Dr. R. Isermann, Institute of Automatic Control and Mechatronics (iat), TU Darmstadt

SESSION I Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: SENSORS II

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SESSION II − Room "Session II"

German language session: SAFETY AND SECURITY

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Dr. Rolf Isermann
Leitung Forschungsgruppe Regelungstechnik und Prozessautomatisierung, Institut für Automatisierungstechnik und Mechatronik (iat), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Virtualisierung zur Absicherung der funktionalen Sicherheit von hoch­automatisiertem Fahren am Beispiel eines realen Steuer­geräte­projekts

Johannes Wagner
Senior Product Manager Virtual ECU Development Tools, ETAS GmbH

Coauthors: J. Löchner, O. Kust, ETAS GmbH

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: SAFETY AND SECURITY

Herleitung und Anwendung einer Beobachterstruktur zur Erkennung von Inkonsistenzen innerhalb einer statischen Umfeld­modellierung

Moritz Lütkemöller
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Lehrstuhl für Regelungssystemtechnik (RST), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Coauthors: M. Oeljeklaus, Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. T. Bertram, Lehrstuhl für Regelungssystemtechnik (RST), TU Dortmund; K. Rink, Dr. U. Stählin, Dr. R. Grewe, Continental, Chassis & Safety

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: SAFETY AND SECURITY

IT-Sicherheit hybrider Fahrzeugkommuni­kation basierend auf ITS-G5, LTE-V und Mobile Edge Computing

Jan-Felix van Dam
Security Engineer, ESCRYPT GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. N. Bißmeyer, ESCRYPT GmbH

SESSION II Room "Session II"
Session: German language session: SAFETY AND SECURITY

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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PLENUM − Room "Plenum and Session I"

INTRODUCTORY LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSION

Moderation

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik

Technological progress as against adaptation of legal regulation

Frank Leimbach
Managing Director, KTI Kraftfahrzeugtechnisches Institut und Karosseriewerkstätte GmbH & Co. KG

PLENUM Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSION

Automated driving – misunderstandings about level 3 and: what is Euro NCAP doing?

Prof. Andre Seeck
Head of Department “Automotive Engineering”, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)

PLENUM Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSION

PANEL DISCUSSION

Automated driving – technical developments in the challenging context of politics, law, and ethics

Participants

Dr. Stephan Hönle
Senior Vice President Automated Driving Systems, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Frank Leimbach
Managing Director, KTI Kraftfahrzeugtechnisches Institut und Karosseriewerkstätte GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Thorsten Leonhardt
Architecture, Pre- and Concept Development Automated Driving, AUDI AG, Germany

Prof. Andre Seeck
Head of Department “Automotive Engineering”, Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)

PLENUM Room "Plenum and Session I"
Session: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSION

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Garden Restaurant Grande Basilico (Dorint Hotel)

Evening of encounters

Enjoy a delightful evening and interesting conversations over dinner with colleagues and speakers.

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