A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

IAV at the International Congress Advances in Automotive Electronics

      A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

      Under the banner “A Journey Towards Digital Mobility”, IAV was presenting nine showcases and four demonstrator vehicles at the International Congress on Advances in Automotive Electronics 2017.

      We are currently witnessing the most exciting phase in the history of automotive engineering: vehicles and IT are merging ever more closely. Soon, automobiles will be “always on”, i.e. permanently connected to the internet. As part of the Internet of Things, they will then exchange data with the cloud and mobile devices, permitting completely new services and making everyday routine noticeably easier for users. IAV was taking you on a journey towards the future of mobility at the International Congress on Advances in Automotive Electronics 2017 (June 27–28, 2017 in Ludwigsburg, Germany).

      IAV has a clear vision of tomorrow’s vehicles. We are working on a car that seamlessly connects the digital world with personal mobility. Mobile devices and data from the cloud will match the vehicle to the needs of occupants, create a pleasant atmosphere and make traveling as safe and as comfortable as possible. Join in!

      Our topics at the Advances in Automotive Electronics Congress

      Data science, Big Data, data analytics – developments towards connected cars are having a great impact on the collection, transmission and analysis of vehicle data. On account of the growing complexity in the vehicle, it is increasingly important to detect errors as early as possible.

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      Nearly all current vehicle models are connected with the internet one way or another. Even so, many users miss functions that work almost automatically on other Internet of Things (IoT) devices: regular updates and bug fixes, upgrades of functional scope throughout the life cycle, adjustments to individual needs and integration in the user-centered digital eco-system.

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      You know the feeling, you are sitting in the car and time just flashes by, while commuting to work, running errands or driving the kids to and from their leisure activities. In everyday life, time is scarce. That is why many try to manage their daily routine while they are in the car: reading e-mails, making phone calls, ordering food, checking in for the next flight or reserving movie tickets. That is very dangerous out on the road – we have the answer!

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      Vehicle diagnostics are leaving the repair shop and becoming part of the car owner’s “mobile lifestyle”: this is our vision of “remote diagnostics”. This will make breakdowns and problems less daunting – because through the cloud the driver can contact a service center at any time

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      Ambient lighting has a key influence on our sense of well-being and on our mood – you only have to compare the gloomy mood in fall with the attitude to life in sunshine at the height of summer. With driving too, much depends on whether the lighting inside the vehicle

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      The car of the future will be empathic. It will identify the driver’s current state and create an atmosphere inside the vehicle that provides maximum well-being. The “sensory organs” needed for this already exist, and more and more people constantly have them on:

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      The future belongs to autonomous driving. Controlling a vehicle from a mobile device, such as a tablet computer, provides a taste of what to expect. The driver can maneuver the vehicle by remote control while standing outside or sitting inside the car.

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      Without a copilot, a rally driver would not get very far. The co-pilot constantly provides him with information on the stretch ahead and with advice on optimizing driving style. In a race, this wins those crucial seconds and prevents accidents.

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      Tomorrow’s vehicle users will expect permanent and flexible connectivity for their vehicles. At the same time, they will want to know that they can fully rely on their personal data and vehicle information being protected from misuse.

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    • Forum am Schlosspark Ludwigsburg

      Stuttgarter Straße 33–35
      71638 Ludwigsburg

      Where to find us

      Venue

      Forum am Schlosspark Ludwigsburg
      Stuttgarter Straße 33–35
      71638 Ludwigsburg

      Exhibition hours

      Tuesday, June 27
      8.30 a.m. – 9.00 p.m.

      Wednesday, June28
      8.50 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.

       

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