Automotive Control SIG Meeting
23rd April 2008, MIRA Ltd, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
This meeting has since been held. (Register your interest for the next automotive control SIG meeting here.)
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This workshop is jointly organised by National Instruments and the Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC) which is an international training and technology transfer body that includes a number of the leading automotive, aerospace, and embedded control tools suppliers.
The aim of the meeting is to present new methods and tools for automotive control for an industrial audience, and will involve talks about practical applications and relevant research work from universities to show what future developments might bring. As with all ACTC events discussions will be encouraged to provide all delegates with an appreciation of obstacles and benefits of the technologies and the latest thinking in this field.
|09.00||Arrival & Registration|
|09:15||Keynote: Technology and Trends in RCP/HIL Applications||Dr Ben Black, National Instruments|
|10.00||Case Study - HIL Application||Mr Orazio Ragonesi, Micronova|
|11.00||HIL Simulations with dSpace||Prof. Andrzej Ordys, Kingston University, Dipl.-Ing. Peter Kock, MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG|
|11.45||Using COTS Based Approach for RCP/HIL Applications||Mr Robert Morton, National Instruments|
|13.15||Development and Testing of Complex Automotive Control Systems using Hardware-in-the-Loop Platform||Dr Alexandros Mouzakitis, Jaguar|
|14.00||Modern HIL Simulation Methods for Vehicle Dynamic Control||Mr Charles Glide, IPG Automotive GmbH|
|15.00||Hardware in the loop for Electronic Throttle System Identification||Dr Arek Dutka, ACTC|
|15.45||Reconfigurable Hardware-in-the-Loop Platforms for Validation of Automotive Electronic Systems||Dr Suguna Thanagasundram, University of Warwick|