Vehicles made of software driven by software

Date:     Wednesday 18 Jan 2012
Time:     18:30 – Tea 6:00pm for 6:30pm start
Speaker:     Mark Amor-Segan – Principal Engineer – Embedded Systems Group
Location:     AS124 Coventry University


Vehicles made of software, driven by software – an overview of current and future automotive electrical architectures;
This talk will cover:

The explosive growth in the use of distributed control systems and embedded software in the automotive industry.
The impact of this technological shift – illustrated through a tour of a typical modern automotive electrical architecture.
The unique challenges (and opportunities) of using this technology in automotive applications – technical, safety, legislative, social.
Continuing developments and future trends – what can we expect to see over the next 5years and more?
An example: The Self healing Vehicle research project
(If time) A brief overview of other research: automotive embedded systems, low carbon vehicles, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).

Mark is a Principal Engineer in the Embedded Systems Group within the International Automotive Research Centre at The University of Warwick

Speakers Notes meeting_posterMarch2012_v4

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