Recording date: April 19, 2018
This eSeminar demonstrates some of the applications of electromagnetic simulation in the automotive industry. EM simulation allows the performance of radar, automotive navigation, communication and entertainment systems to be analyzed as installed in a realistic environment.
The advancing integration of electronic devices in modern vehicle also requires an exact analysis of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), signal integrity (SI) and power integrity (PI) in order to comply with reliability and safety requirements. Integrating EM simulation into the early stages of the development process can make critical EMC issues easier to find or even avoid them entirely.
This webinar also presents EM simulation solutions in the development of electric vehicles, wireless charging, autonomous driving and systems for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I).
Discover how EM simulation SIMULIA CST can be used to analyze and improve your products through the use of virtual prototypes.
Matthias Tröscher received his doctorate from the Johannes Kepler University Linz in 2000 for his work on radar warning systems carried out for BMW in Munich. His professional career began with the development of simulation software for analyzing PCBs and cable harnesses. He has worked at CST since 2009 and is currently the Business Development Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In his new role as Business Development Executive for Transportation & Mobility he is focusing on EM simulation in the automotive industry.