AMAA Virtual Talk, 26th May 2020
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We are afriad to announce, this year´s AMAA 2020 Conference on 26th/27th in Berlin is cancelled due to the current situation.
However, we are strongly convinced, science and industry need to enter into a dialogue on intelligent solutions for auto-mobility against the backdrop of pandemic developments and the ongoing climate crisis.
For this reason, we decided to set up the AMAA Virtual Talk to connect the entire community of representatives of policy, industry and science. The AMAA Virtual Talk is free of charge.
The contributions to this year´s AMAA 2020 book series will further enrich the discussion.
// Road vehicle automation
/ Environment perception
/ Control architectures
/ Cyber security and functional safety
/ Artificial intelligence
/ Connectivity and cloud integration
/ Electric motors
/ Power architectures
/ Battery management
/ Grid integration
// System solutions enabling future mobility
/ Intelligent mobility systems and MaaS
/ Shared fleet/vehicle integration
/ Smart traffic management
/ Novel vehicle concepts
// Transfer potentials
/ From Cars to Robots
/ From Road to Air Mobility
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The road transport sector is changing rapidly. The transformation of the automobile means a fundamental shift from autarkic cars to intelligent and connected systems meeting individual user needs. Smart components, modules, and architectures, and their integration into networks of power, data, and services are key to enable auto mobility of the future.
Building upon the long tradition of the International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for the Automotive Applications, the 23rd edition of the AMAA will be a cocreation conference following a structured dialogue with keynotes and interactive roundtables.
Themed “Intelligent System Solutions for Auto Mobility & Beyond”, the AMAA 2020 will highlight the need for an integral view of road mobility, discuss urgent research topics in components and systems as enabling technologies of electrification, automation and diversification, and it will cover transfer potentials towards other transport modes and the integration of vehicles into the networks for traffic, data and power.
Technical and strategic experts, researchers as well as academics are encouraged to submit papers for the programme and the book published by Springer prior to the conference, covering e.g. the conference topics.
// Abstract submission
Proposals for presentation of a paper at the 23rd AMAA should be submitted in the form of abstracts including title, names and affiliations of authors and a short summary of the content (not exceeding one page A4) to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no special template for that regard.
Contributions are expected to address recent research, development, and innovations either for applications or for the enabling technologies.
The selection criteria include scientific soundness and innovative strength of the described work. The evaluation process involves the members of the AMAA Steering Committee.
Authors of accepted abstracts are expected to submit a paper for the AMAA Conference Book prior to the conference. The book is published worldwide as part of the Springer book series Lecture Notes in Mobility, which is accessible through libraries worldwide.
December 9th, 2019
January 30th, 2020
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// Steering Committee
Mike Babala, TRW Automotive, Livonia MI, USA
Serge Boverie, Continental AG, Toulouse, France
Wolfgang Dettmann, Inﬁneon Technologies AG, Neubiberg, Germany
Kay Fürstenberg, Sick AG, Hamburg, Germany
Wolfgang Geßner, VDI/VDE-IT, Berlin, Germany
Roger Grace, Roger Grace Associates, Naples FL, USA
Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion, Cavallermaggiore, Italy
Jochen Langheim, ST Microelectronics, Paris, France
Steffen Müller, NXP Semiconductors, Hamburg, Germany
Andy Noble, Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd., Shoreham-by-Sea, UK
Christian Rousseau, Renault SA, Guyancourt, France
Jürgen Valldorf, Berlin, Germany
David Ward, HORIBA MIRA Ltd., Conventry, UK
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