AMAA 2015

Smart Systems for Green and Automated Driving

7-8 July 2015
Kaiserin-Friedrich-House, Berlin (Germany)


Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Welcome Address
Werner Wilke, Managing Director, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)


Willy Van Puymbroeck, Head of Unit Components, DG CNECT, European Commission (Belgium)

Christian Martin, Unit Electronic Systems and Electric Mobility,
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany)

Keynote Session: Automated Driving

Chairperson: Roland Müller-Fiedler, Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany)

Electronic Systems for the Automobile of the Future
Martin Duncan, Automotive Product Group – Microcontroller & ADAS Business Unit Director,
STMicroelectronics (Italy)

Moebius – A cockpit for level 3 automation
Patrice Reilhac, Innovation & Collaborative Research Director, Comfort & Driving Assistance Business Group, Valeo (Germany)

Round Table Discussion: EPoSS Roadmap for Automated Driving

Chairperson: Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Riccardo Groppo, CEO Ideas & Motion, Chairman of the EPoSS Working Group Automotive (Italy)

Jochen Langheim, Vice President FAE & Automotive Systems R&D Projects, STMicroelectronics (France)

Sven Rzepka, Head of Department Micro Materials Center, Fraunhofer ENAS (Germany)

Session A: Driver Assistance and Vehicle Automation

Chairperson: Christian Rousseau, Renault SA (France)

Autonomous Parking Using Previous Paths
Christoph Siedentop, Daimler AG (Germany)

Virtual Stochastic Testing of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Nikolaus Rebernik, BMW AG (Germany)

Dynamic eHorizon with Traffic Light Information for Efficient Urban Traffic
Hongjun Pu, Continental AG (Germany)

Shockwave Analysis on Motorways and Possibility of Damping by Autonomous Vehicles
Thomas Benz, PTV AG (Germany)


Is the Law Ready for Autonomous Cars?
Gaelle Kermorgant, ALFRATEC (France)

Global Opportunities and European Clusters in Electromobility

Chairperson: Arrate Alonso-Gomez, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

Opportunities in global electric vehicle markets and supply chains
Beate Müller, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Jochen Langheim, STMicroelectronics, Mov’eo VP International (France)

Evolving towards parallel manufacturing
Pietro Perlo, IFEVS (Italy)



Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Keynote Session: Robotics – IoT – Cognitive Systems

Chairperson: Marko Häckel, Robert Bosch GmbH (Belgium)

Internet of Things and Smart Mobility
Marko Häckel, Senior Manager at Robert Bosch GmbH and Chair of the Working Group “Smart Mobility” of the European Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation “AIOTI” (Belgium)

Autonomous driving: A revolution for the eco-system of mobility. The example of French new industrial plan
Rémi Bastien, Alliance Global Director- Prospective Autonomous Driving Alliance, Renault SA (France)

Plug & Navigate Robots for Smart Factories
Kay Fürstenberg, Senior Manager Research & Technology at Sick AG and Coordinator of PAN-Robots project (Germany)

Connected & Automated Driving: Challenges for Smart Systems
Philipp Ibele, Robert Bosch GmbH, Director Advanced Engineering Chassis Systems Control (Germany)

Session B: Advanced Sensing Concepts for Automated Vehicles

Chairperson: Jochen Langheim, ST Microelectronics (France)

Inertial Sensors Integration for Advanced Positioning Systems
Marco Ferraresi, STMicroeletronics (Italy)

Automotive LIDAR-based strategies for obstacle detection application in rural and secondary roads
Andrea Carlino, Centro Ricerche Fiat (Italy)

Future Computer Vision Algorithms for Traffic Sign Recognition Systems
Stefan Eickeler, Fraunhofer IAIS (Germany)

Driver Head Pose Estimation by Regression
Yodit Tessema, BitTwister Informationstechnik GmbH (Germany)

Session C: C2X, ITS and Safety

Chairperson: Steffen Müller, NXP Semiconductors (Germany)

Is Software Coded Processing an Answer to the Execution Integrity Challenge of Current and Future Automotive Software-Intensive Applications?
Jörg Kaienburg, SIListra Systems GmbH (Germany)

Optimal Traffic Control via Smartphone App Users
Daphne van Leeuwen, Trafficlink / Trinite (The Netherlands)

COLOMBO: Exploiting Vehicular Communications at Low Equipment Rates for Traffic Management Purposes
Andreas Leich, DLR (Germany)

Session D: Green Vehicle Electronic Systems & Concepts

Chairperson: Tim Schulze, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Integration and Test of the COSIVU SiC BJT Based Inverter

Stefan Nord, Volvo Group Trucks Technology (Sweden)

A smart computing platform for dependable battery management systems
Georg Macher, AVL List GmbH (Austria)

Design and Fabrication of a SiC-Based Power Module With Double Sided Cooling
Dag Andersson, Swerea IVF (Sweden)

Comparison of Energy Optimization Methods for Automotive Ethernet Using Idealized Analytical Models
Stefan Kunze, TH Deggendorf (Germany)

Closing Session & Farewell

Smart Systems for CO2 Reduction
Tobias Huber, Lighthouse Program CO2, Continental AG (Germany)

Wrap up & Farewell
Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH(Germany)