Windriver

The Internet of Cars: The convergence of software in the car of the future

November 3, 2015 By 2020, 75% of the world's cars will be connected to the Internet, and the Internet of Cars will generate revenue of around US$2.94bn. Two critical networks will emerge as software-defined automotive content develops: vehicle network and vehicle-to-cloud. The net yield of the development, and ultimately inter-development of these two networks will create a completely new automotive industry.

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TomTom

Connected vehicles in smart cities 2.0

October 13, 2015 In this free 60-minute webinar, TomTom discuss how mobility services in smart cities can provide users with incentives while in their cars to make use of the full range of transportation means already on offer.

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Elektrobit

How security mechanisms can protect cars against hackers

29 September 2015  This webinar presented by Elektrobit Automotive security expert Martin Böhner demonstrates mechanisms that can secure communication within electronic control units (ECUs) and between the ECUs in a car network, illustrating this approach with a practical, real-world use case.

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Genivi

A sideways glance at the automotive security threat landscape

24 September 2015  This webinar, presented by the GENIVI Alliance, will characterise the range and type of cyber security threats to the automotive ecosystem and to the vehicles it delivers. Discussion will include network-based exploits (3G), local attacks (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and wireless keys/key-fobs), the role of open source software in automotive systems design, and the steps OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and other ecosystem participants are taking to meet cyber security threats head-on.

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Windriver

Autonomous driving and the impact of people, process, and technology

July 16, 2015 The era of autonomous driving is dawning. As consumers become more accustomed to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and active safety features, their expectations for autonomous driving will keep getting higher. Automakers who can solve the challenges of complexity, security, and time-to-market will have a clear competitive advantage in this race.

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Elektrobit

How to create a consistent connected vehicle user experience with multimodal HMIs

July 15, 2015 During this free 60-minute webinar presented by Dominique Massonié from Elektrobit Automotive GmbH, attendees will learn about time and cost-saving concepts to enable a consistent and holistic user experience, while optimizing the HMI development process with EB GUIDE 6. Gain insight into intelligent forward-looking voice technologies based on Cloud services and how they will contribute to future in-vehicle user experiences.

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Power Systems Research

Key drivers for CV technologies in Brazil

July 1, 2015 In this complimentary 60 minute webinar, the Power Systems Research team will present their global commercial vehicles (CV) market outlook to 2020 and then focus on the future of the South America truck market. Carlos Briganti, Managing Director - South America, will discuss the key market drivers impacting the CV market in South America.

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IBM

Applying the power of analytics to quality, warranty and safety

June 30, 2015 In this free 60-minute webinar, Steve Nykerk and Binoy Damodaran from IBM will discuss ways that automotive manufacturers and suppliers can avoid issues that drive up costs, impact operations and slow supply chains by managing product quality, warranty and safety. Product and data analysis methods to help manage these costs are dramatically changing due to two emerging analytical capabilities.

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Elektrobit

Electronic horizon: one step closer to automated driving

June 16, 2015 In this free 60 minute webinar, Elektrobit's Juergen Ludwig, Senior Product Manager Driver Assistance, discusses the growing importance of electronic horizon technology. Already indispensable for predictive driver assistance features, the electronic horizon is set to form the basis for automated driving.

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