The vehicle is undergoing the greatest change since it was first built. Autonomous driving, digitalization and connectivity of the vehicle with the environment and passengers will completely change individual mobility. Important for this is a powerful In-vehicle network-technology such as Automotive Ethernet. The aim is to implement a single vehicle network with Automotive Ethernet – instead of operating many technologies. Of course, this also means abandoning classic serial bus systems and avoiding proprietary technologies. Is that realistic?
The sixth Automotive Ethernet Congress, which will take place on 12 and 13 February 2020 in Westin Grand Hotel Munich, will discuss this point and bring a wide survey of the technical innovations. Additionally, accompanied by practically oriented contributions, it tables substantial assistance for concrete implementation of Ethernet projects: Application-related and solution-based papers convey sound, well-founded professional expertise for all those wanting to explore and utilize the full potential of automotive Ethernet. Plus, the Automotive Ethernet Congress 2020 offers participants the opportunity in workshops to discuss a problem in small groups and possibly solve it.
Take part in the Automotive Ethernet Congress 2020 with technical papers, examples from real-life practice, workshops and reports of experience. Send us your suggestions on topics like the following:
- Introduction: fundamentals for Ethernet users
- Architecture: Use of Ethernet in an Automotive Environment, requirements
- Concrete implementation of automotive Ethernet projects
- Physical layer: solutions for 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps
- Interoperability tests: components working together
- Audio/video transmission: AVB and TSN in practice
- Safety and security: critical applications with Ethernet
- Use cases: new possibilities for Ethernet use
- Tools: test and development systems
- Electromagnetic compatibility: from cable to compliance testing
- Outlook: en route to 10 Gbps and beyond – requirements, challenges, new data rates