Kaiserslautern / March 13, 2018 - March 15, 2018
5th International Commercial Vehicle Technology Symposium
The automated and autonomous driving and working is not only a current research topic, but also partially used in new products of the commercial vehicle industry. From this step, the industry expects above all a higher quality, more efficient workfl ows, an increase in the reliability and safety of the systems while simultaneously reducing costs.
The 5th International Commercial Vehicle Technology Symposium addresses different aspects of commercial vehicle development and production. With regard to energy and resource effi ciency, the topic of innovative drives with alternative fuels will be focused on. Another challenge is safety, reliability and life expectancy, which is becoming more and more relevant as part of automation. Not only is the improvement of the system components important for innovative commercial vehicles, but also new concepts for their operation must be found in order to increase productivity. Remote diagnostics or cloud solutions are also trends which must be pursued more intensively in the commercial vehicle sector. In order to improve the development and production process, it is important to use more and more powerful simulation tools and methods.
There will be presentations in the following topics:
Find more information in the detailed program: Program Download
On both conference days the symposium provides an accompanying exhibition of industrial-booths, poster sessions and product presentations.
The conference languages are English and German. Presentations and slides can be in both languages. The German presentations will be translated simultaneously into English.
The regular participation fee is 730,00€, for students (presentation of a certificate of study or a corresponding certification required) 200,00€. The conference fee includes admission to all conference sessions, catering, the conference dinner and conference proceedings.
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