LocationKaiserin-Friedrich House, Berlin, Germany
The automobile of the future will have to respond to two major trends, the electrification of the drivetrain, and the automation of the transportation system. These trends will not only lead to a greener and safer driving but redefine the concept of the car completely, particularly if they interact with each other in a synergetic way as for autonomous parking and charging, self-driving shuttles or mobile robots. The 19th Int. Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA 2015) “Smart Systems for Green and Automated Driving” to be held on 7-8 July 2015 in Berlin will approach these topics from a conceptual and technical perspective.
Head of Unit Electronic Systems and Electric Mobility
Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany
Willy van Puymbroeck
Head of Unit Components
DG CNECT, European Commission, Belgium
Roadmap for Automated Driving
- Automated Driving (Keynote Session)
- Robotics - IoT - Cognitive Systems (Keynote Session)
- Driver Assistance and Vehicle Automation
- Advanced Sensing Concepts for Automated Vehicles
- C2X, ITS and Safety
- Green Vehicle Electronic Systems & Concepts
The conference programme with talks and posters by AVL, BMW, Continental, Daimler, Fiat, Infineon, PSA, Sick, STM, Swerea IVF, Volvo and many others is available at http://www.amaa.de/agenda-1/
A book containing papers by all AMAA 2015 authors will be published worldwide in the context of the Springer book series Lecture Notes in Mobility. All participants will receive a complimentary copy and access to the electronic version. For details, see http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783319208541
Follow this link for the 2014 edition.
The AMAA 2015 will host a social event on July 7th which will lead you to a hidden gem of Berlin’s historic city. After a guided tour, good wine and food will be served in one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods of the city.
The exhibition offers companies and institutions the possibility to present their products, services or innovations to a highly interested audience. The exhibition is an integral part of the conference and will be located in the get-together area in the conference foyer. Check out the options for exhibitors at http://www.amaa.de/exhibition
- Reduced Rate (Steering Committee Members, one author per paper):
675 € + 19% VAT
- Regular Rate (Registration prior to 6 July 2015):
1075 € + 19% VAT
- On-Site Registration (Registration on 7 or 8 July 2015):
1125 € + 19% VAT
- Social Event only (Registration prior to 6 July 2015):
150 € + 19% VAT
The AMAA 2015 is jointly organized by VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH and the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS). It is supported by the European Commission through the Coordination Action GO4SEM.
Dr. Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT
Dr. Beate Müller
Dr. Tim Schulze
Phone: +49 30 310078-403/-155
The event also has a twitter account @AMAA_Conference
Smart systems that enable green and automated driving by providing the following functionalities:
- Driver Assistance & Vehicle Automation: Lane Keeping Assist; Adaptive Cruise Control; Surround Sensing and Perception; Highway Pilot; Pedestrian Recognition; Intersection Control; Night Vision; Autonomous Handling of Routine Conditions; Driver Monitoring; Reasoning and Decision Making; Autonomous Driving; Functional Safety; Motion Control.
- Networked Vehicles, ITS & Road Safety: Driver Information on Traffic; Navigation; Interaction between the Driver, the Vehicle, and the Road;; Interfaces to Power and Data Infrastructures; Green and Dynamic Routing; Car-to-Car/Car-to-X Communication; Road Network Monitoring; Multi-Modal Travel Advice; On-Board Information and Entertainment; Integration of Nomadic Devices; Online Map Data.
- Vehicle Efficiency & Green Power Trains: Optimized Engine Performance; Advanced Injection and Closed-loop Control of the Combustion Process; Hybridization and Recuperation; Powertrain Modu-larization; Waste Heat Recovery; Thermal Manage-ment; Eco Driving; Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Measurement and Control; Alternative Fuel Applica-tion, Lightweight Materials and Structural Health Monitoring, Adaptive Noise Reduction.
- Vehicle Electrification: Advanced Power Electronics; Smart Management and Routing of Energy and Power; Sensing and Adaptive Control of Electric Motors, Wheels and Batteries; Modularization; Energy-Efficient Auxiliaries; Power Grid Connection; Battery and Cell Management; Thermal Management and Comfort; Bus-based Communication and Control; Simplification of the E/E Architecture; Functional Safety, Reliability, and Robustness; EMV; Noise, Vibration, Harshness.
- Components & Systems: New Sensors, Actuators and MEMS devices; Sensor Fusion; Virtual Sensors; Chip Architectures; Power Electronics; Interconnects; EcoDesign; Broadband Communication; Integration and Modularity; In-Vehicle Diagnostics; Lightweight Materials; Simulation; Hardware-in-the-Loop-Testing; Standardization.