High-performance computing (HPC) architectures are the key to creating next-generation vehicles – provided you understand their unique implementation challenges.
In this 60-minute Webinar, experts will offer first-hand expertise on the latest HPC engineering requirements, advanced integration concepts, proven testing, and debugging strategies. They will outline a new approach to the development and integration of next-generation automotive architectures based on HPCs and address elements for implementing large-scale projects successfully.
Key topics and takeaways:
- How to jump-start next-generation automotive infrastructure projects
- How to reduce the complexity of future vehicle designs, simplify integration efforts, and improve flexibility
- How to spend less time on infrastructure and more time on innovation
- How to leverage product re-use to focus on differentiation
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Jan Rüdiger, Team Manager, Elektrobit
Jan Rüdiger is a Team Manager at Elektrobit (EB), specializing in managing software development projects for AUTOSAR embedded automotive systems. He is based in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Jan started his career with EB more than 13 years ago, and he has worked at EB offices in Asia and Europe as well as the U.S. Prior to his current role, Jan was a Line Manager in Shanghai, where he was responsible for all infrastructure projects in China and Taiwan, as well as the management of the local infrastructure team. He also worked as a Project Manager in Erlangen, Germany, focusing on AUTOSAR projects for major European car makers. Before joining EB, Jan was a Research Fellow at the Automation Laboratory in Mannheim, Germany, where he researched the dependability of autonomous mobile systems. He holds a degree in computer engineering from the University of Mannheim.
Christopher Thibeault, Director, Partner Management Americas, Elektrobit
Chris Thibeault is the head of Partner Management Americas at Elektrobit, where he is responsible for managing and developing partnerships with companies and associations in the Americas to provide a more complete and competitive product portfolio for customers. His areas of expertise include AUTOSAR, functional safety, ADAS systems, and embedded engineering. Chris has a degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Michigan State University.
Lisa Arrigo, Editor, SAE Media Group