Putting SDV Development on the Fast Track to Production
In the rapidly-shifting landscape of automotive technology, success — fast or slow — increasingly depends upon the vehicle software. The challenge for OEMs is how to get to market faster while adhering to strict safety guidelines. Expedited progress depends on architectural flexibility, adaptability and interoperability to minimize proprietary code development, while adhering to functional safety requirements that meet evolving regulatory challenges.
In the third annual RTI Automotive Forum, automotive technology leaders will convene to address how to optimize development on a production-ready path. Please join us in this 90-minute virtual forum to hear insights and best practices that enable automotive manufacturers to innovate fearlessly while accelerating success.
Alexander Kocher, Former CEO at Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Accelerating Innovation while navigating FuSa Compliance
The future winners in SDV will be characterized by speed of innovation. Yet compliance with mandatory functional safety and cybersecurity standards and regulations typically slows the pace of innovation. New certified software development tools and certified software components partly shifts the burden of FuSa and Cybersecurity compliance to auto suppliers, giving manufacturers the opportunity to focus on innovation. This presentation will review the state-of-the-art certified code generation tools, associated software libraries, and lifecycle support.
Gerard Vink, Industry Specialist Product Definition at TASKING
Ecosystem Cooperation as the Optimal Path Towards the Software-Defined Vehicle
Pedro López Estepa, Automotive Director, RTI
Steve Crumb, Founding Executive Director, COVESA
Robert Day, Director, Automotive GTM, Arm & Governing Body Representative, SOAFEE SIGF
Michael Niklas-Höret, AUTOSAR Deputy Chairperson
Stephen Miller, Technical Committee Chair, AVCC
Building Functional Safety and Flexibility in Tomorrow's Vehicles
Angel Berrio Moreno, Group Product Manager for Automotive and Aviation, RTI
Pedro López Estepa, Automotive Director at RTI