It was one of the highlights of the exhibition during last CESA. PSA showcased its Car Easy Apps plateform, enabling software developers to bring apps to the car in a secure way and for driving purposes. The Manager of the connected vehicle and EE systems for PSA Peugeot Citroen, El Khamis Kadiri, was one of the speakers of the congres. He participated to a panel session on the connected car.
He also gave us an interview.
BIG DATA DAY at SIA
BIG DATA DAY at SIA
160 participants learnt about collection of data, treatment and protection.
Data is not only used in connected cars to create new services (as shown by Michelin), but also in manufacturing to increase the output and reduce for example the maintenance as shown by TOTAL, Faurecia or Conti.
In Europe the treatment of sensitive data is largely controlled. Legal aspects are therefore important. A new reglementation, the GDPR, will apply from May 25, 2018 . Gaelle Kermorgant reported on this, indicating also, how to become compliant. She can help to put in place a Data Protection Officer an a register of sensitive data.
An inspiring presentation about China was held by Olivier Orfilla from IFSTTAR. In China the development of new services based on the exploitation of massive amounts of data seems easier than in Europe. However, there is a difference between Chinese and foreign developers. Foreigners do not necessarily have the same access as locals. A…
Dr. Hans-Peter Schöner from Daimler will participate to CESA 3.0. On december 4th, he will make a presentation about "Challenges and Approaches for Testing of Highly Automated Vehicles". He will also join the same day a panel session dedicated to standards, tests and validation.
This expert studied electrical engineering at Rwth in Aachen (Germany) and at Purdue University (USA). He received a PHD degree from Rwth Aachen for his thesis on “monitoring of batteries for electrical vehicles”.
Since 1989 he has been working for Daimler AG, first in the research field of actuators, mechatronics and new power supply systems. Since 2004, he is responsible for the development of new testing methods for chassis and driver assistance systems, as well as for setting up research vehicles in this field.
Since 2012, he is also head of the Daimler driving simulator center in Sindelfingen.