20th International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA 2016)

Thursday, September 22, 2016 to Friday, September 23, 2016
Brussels, Belgium

"Smart Systems for the Automobile of the Future"

22-23 September 2016
Brussels (Belgium)

Topics of AMAA 2016 include:

How to reach functional safety levels allowing full automation?
For example fail-operational systems, novel E/E architectures, functional redundancy, electromagnetic compatibility, design-for-safety, etc.

The 109 mile issue – How to validate automated vehicles?
E.g. validation methods, X-in-the-loop, testing scenarios, criticality assessment, validation of non-deterministic/learning systems, homologation, etc.

How to reliably perceive vehicular environments in complex scenarios? 
E.g. new sensors, multi-sensor concepts, data fusion, energy-efficient vehicular computing, machine-learning based perception, etc.

How to tailor human-machine interaction in automated vehicles?  
For example HMI design for high automation levels, handover concepts, driver monitoring, interaction with VRUs, intention recognition, etc.

Extending horizons – How to create a smart connected vehicle? 
For instance multi-standard communication, high-precision positioning, beacon-based ranging, cloud services and backends, data security, etc.

How to minimize CO2 and pollutant emission? 
For example smart engine sensors and controllers, hybrid powertrain components & vehicle concepts, etc.

Which smart concepts maximize electric range? 
E.g. novel E-motors & control strategies, smart BMS, efficient power electronics, high-power and hybrid storage, holistic/predictive energy optimization, etc.

How to balance high integration vs. modularity? 
E.g. modularization strategies for affordable electric vehicles, next-generation vehicular platforms, modular electric powertrains and storage systems, etc.


For more information on the conference as well as the programme and registration please visit:http://www.amaa.de/

If you have any questions or need information, please contact the AMAA office at +49 30 310078155 or office@amaa.de