Virtual Test Drive, a two-day technical conference on simulation in the automotive sector, will explore the future of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving. It convenes in Frankfurt, Germany June 9 and 10.
The agenda includes keynotes from blue-chip automotive, high-tech companies and innovative start-ups from around the globe, and many demos, expert panels and customer presentations; as well as, of course, networking events. Delegates will gain insight into the latest technological advances in virtual test driving and autonomous mobility, as well as hearing how industry leaders are addressing these challenges with test strategies, tooling and open standards.
The conference is jointly sponsored/hosted by Hexagon and Vires.
VIRES Simulationstechnologie GmbH provides simulation solutions for the automotive, railroad and aerospace industries. VIRES is a member of the MSC Software Group of companies and is owned by Hexagon. Located in Bad Aibling, Germany, its modular VIRES Virtual Test Drive is used for the development and testing of advanced driver assistance and active safety systems, leading to solutions for automated driving.
Vires Virtual Test Drive covers a range from generation of 3d content to simulation of complex traffic scenarios and of either simplified or physically-driven sensors. It is used in software-in-the-loop, driver-in-the-loop, vehicle-in-the-loop and hardware-in-the-loop (SiL, DiL, ViL and HiL) applications and may also be operated as co-simulations including 3rd party or custom packages.
Innovators are invited to present their own work to the ADAS and autonomous community, addressing difficult engineering challenges. Abstracts for 25 min presentations are accepted until April 10.