Model Based Design Automotive Systems and Control Engineering. June 17, 2015, Berlin, Germany. 1330-1730

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13:30 - 13:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks
13:45 - 14:30 KEYNOTE: Driving Automotive Industry Transformation through Systems Engineering Improvement Frameworks
Christoph Braeuchle, Business Development Director, PTC, Inc.
The automotive industry is undergoing a once-in-a-generation transformation as it brings a wealth of disruptive technologies to market, including the self-driving vehicle and zero-emission, carbon neutral vehicle. In response, automotive manufacturers and suppliers are turning to Systems Engineering as an organizing principle of the product development process. All manufacturers face tradeoffs of delivering fleets of vehicles that balance affordability, comfort, quality, and ecology -while meeting the increasingly sophisticated demands of a segmented marketplace. Embedded software not only controls the interaction of sensors and actuators, but also coordinates the user interaction and cloud connectivity that defines the users' automotive experience. Consequently, innovative car makers must, at every stage of the product life cycle, master the complex interplay of mechanical and electronic components, integrated software and networked systems, and product line engineering.

How are automotive engineers tackling the need for fundamental systems engineering transformation? This presentation explores a Systems Engineering Improvement Framework that is the result of an industry and academic collaboration. The Improvement Framework provides a structured approach to understanding and mastering systems engineering maturity across the organization. It provides a practical approach to making progress against key strategic initiatives such as product line reuse, quality, and product innovation.

14:30 - 15:00 Model-Based Design of Complex Embedded Systems Using Industry Standards
Tom Erkkinen, Embedded Applications Manager, The Mathworks, Inc.
Model-Based Design enables executable specification and production code generation for automotive ECUs, flight control systems, medical devices, and more. As these systems and devices grow in complexity, use of modeling and simulation becomes increasingly important in understanding and specifying their system behavior. Standards have emerged that facilitate system development and certification including ARP-4754A, AUTOSAR, DO-178C, and ISO 26262. This talks discusses latest technologies, emerging trends, and impacts to program teams using Model-Based Design with MATLAB and Simulink to develop complex embedded systems according to industry standards.
15:00 - 11:15 Break
15:15 - 15:45 Automotive Consumer Device Safety
Dr. Naoya Ishizaki, Project Manager, Toyota Motor Corporation
15:45 - 16:15 Automotive and the Autosar Standard
Daniel Siegl, CEO, LieberLieber Software GmbH
This session is based on a UML AUTOSAR profile that allows the creation of models directly in Enterprise Architect in accordance with the AUTOSAR 4 Virtual Function Bus (VFB) specification. The profile provides all necessary AUTOSAR elements like components, interfaces, runables etc. Additionally, attendees will see how ARXML helps you to empower your tool chain. Aspects of functional safety and tight integration to SysML will give you a complete picture of the power of modeling in an automotive environment.
16:15 - 17:00 PANEL: PLM / MBSE Integration
  • What are the critical needs & standards
  • How to engage trading partners
  • Current state of Modeling and Modeling standards in the Automotive Industry
  • Current and emerging OMG standards that can address the needs
  • Evolving a roadmap
17:00 -  17:30 Wrap-up & Adjourn


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