It has felt like Covid-19 had a stranglehold on us. But we haven‘t allowed ourselves to be defeated. On the contrary, we are taking advantage of the opportunities that arise as a result. Not only the long-overdue push towards digitalization, for example, but also the time gained by making fewer journeys. Those who show strength now and position themselves for the future will win. And that is exactly the reason why we have been preparing ELIV 2021 with such a lot of enthusiasm.
As usual, we have prepared an up-to-date program with the familiar mixture of technically demanding and strategic papers and are sure that the ELIV platform will once again be a trendsetter for the automotive industry.
The CASE megatrends (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric) continue to disrupt the industry. In the Connect environment, there is still a struggle for user-friendly services and competition amongst digital ecosystems is in full swing. The entry of powerful central computers into electronic architectures poses major challenges for all parties involved.
On the way from Level 2 to Levels 3, 4 and 5 all manufacturers are cur...
SchlagworteAutomatisiertes Fahren automated driving smart sensor infrastructure-assisted perception hybrid collaborated positioning automated parking radar simulation trajectory tracking operational fleet data grapf-based vehicle diagnostics machine learning vehicle health management
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- 5–104 Automated Driving 5–104
- 105–142 Data Analytics 105–142
- 187–214 Software Technologies 187–214
- 215–236 Software 215–236
- 237–308 Software Technologies 237–308
- 309–394 Electronics Innovation 309–394
- 395–458 End-2-End Architecture 395–458
- 459–522 E-Mobility 459–522
- 523–612 E-Vehicle 523–612
- 613–XVI Security 613–XVI