GSVF 2019 will address the up-coming disruptive change in industries from strictly vertical to broadly horizontal vehicle development approaches. Agile enriched processes are capable for coping with related complexity, quality, costs and timely delivery – speeding-up system delivery for ensuring competitiveness and market-shares.
Agile principles typically require a radical change in the established development frameworks, the organizational structures and the implemented methods & tools. A strict modularization of systems in terms of software and hardware, flexible teams as well as a appropriate development infrastructures are key for having success. Especially for vehicle engineering related processes, methods and tools must be developed, extended and implemented, which opens up huge potentials for applied research and for businesses.
First applications have already proven the possible gain through more agile and collaborative engineering – now the task is to exploit the hidden potentials in industry and to apply these innovative concepts to up-coming applications like automated driving function evaluation w.r.t. to vehicle safety.
Dr. Phil Barber | Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Jan Becker | Stanford University
Dr. Michael Paulweber | AVL List GmbH
Simon Fürst | BMW AG
Christoph Gümbel | future matters
Dr. Michael Holzner | iCONDU
Gerhard Krachler | Magna Steyr
Dr. Martin Schuster | Audi AG
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark | Fraunhofer IPK
Prof. Dr. Hermann Steffan | VSI TU Graz
Prof. Dr. Martin Törngren | KTH, Stockholm
Dr. Jost Bernasch – General Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Prof. Dr. Daniel Watzenig – Program Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Dr. Martin Benedikt – Program Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Dr. Filip Kitanoski – Industrial Chair | Virtual Vehicle
Drive with the Schlossbergbahn or the elevator up to the Schlossberg. Have a look at the cathedral of Graz or the Mausoleum nearby, too, before you can get up to the Burg & Double Spiral Staircase that is located on the opposite side.
VON DER POUDRETTEFABRIK… ZUR TRENDLOCATION
In 1872, the Poudrette factory was built on the site next to the Mur, including a freestanding fireplace and half-timbered hall. In the summer of 2001, the listed building was revitalized and expanded in 2003 to today’s event center.
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8010 Graz, Austria
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