Comau

Roller hemming solutions for flexible vehicle manufacturing

October 2, 2014 In this free webinar, experts from Comau will provide insight into the latest roller hemming technology for vehicle manufacturing solutions. Specifically, the experts will provide insight into how best to preserve the geometric uniformity of the assembled parts while reducing time to market and lowering overall production costs.

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ArcelorMittal

Steel, the lightweight solution for cars and trucks

September 30, 2014 In this free 60-minute webinar, experts from ArcelorMittal provide insight into how they are collaborating with vehicle manufacturers to hit targets for fuel efficiency without compromising safety, style or affordability.

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FEV

Sound quality in powertrain and vehicle development

September 24, 2014 This webinar accents the key aspects of sound quality development. Expert speakers discuss the development of metrics, the application of a structured process, and specific case studies (including both powertrain and vehicle relevant examples).

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Genivi

The Internet of cars part 3 – software management

In this series of four webinars sponsored by GENIVI, a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform, leading experts discuss the technologies and trends which are making the Internet of Cars a reality (Automotive within the IoT). Part 3 focuses on the role that software will play in the evolution of the connected car over the next decade and beyond.

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Frost & Sullivan

The evolution of insurance telematics in Europe and North America

19th June, 2014 This webinar focuses on the evolution of insurance telematics in key markets like Europe and North America and answers questions surrounding what OEMs are doing and how the ecosystem is evolving. The session also addresses the level of adoption for black box against smartphone-based and OBD II based UBI solutions.

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Genivi

The Internet of cars part 2 – the cloud

12th June, 2014 In this series of four webinars sponsored by GENIVI, a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform, leading experts discuss the technologies and trends which are making the Internet of Cars a reality (Automotive within the IoT). Part 2 focuses on the role that The Cloud will play in the evolution of the connected car over the next decade and beyond.

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Frost & Sullivan

The multi-dimensional connected car

Date: Wednesday 28th May, 2014 This webinar covered the following elements: A recap of use cases, technology solutions and, most importantly, challenges that are impacting

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Elektrobit

Test drive recording 2.0 – on the road with EB Assist Car Data Recorder

6th May, 2014 In this webinar Simon Tiedemann, Project Manager Driver Assistance at Elektrobit, discusses current and future challenges of test drive recordings. He demonstrates how efficient and user-friendly test drive recordings can be while at the same time, minimizing the effort and maintaining high-quality results.

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Monotype

The impact of typeface design on glance time for in-vehicle displays

22nd April, 2014 In this 60-minute webinar, Steve Matteson, Creative Type Director at Monotype, provides unique insight into how font choice impacts glance time in interface design. Specifically, Steve discusses scientific results of legibility studies and how they impact driver distraction in automotive UI design.

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Genivi

The Internet of cars part 1 – big data

17th April, 2014 In this series of four webinars sponsored by GENIVI, a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform, leading experts discuss the technologies and trends which are making the Internet of Cars a reality (Automotive within the IoT). Part 1 focuses on the role that Big Data will play in the evolution of the connected car over the next decade and beyond.

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