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high Voltage Connect Feature

Technical Keynote: Reflections over the Development of ISO 26262

A study on Automated Traction Control System for Electrical Vehicle


(Oral Only) Joseph D. Miller, TRW Automotive US LLC

(Oral Only) Ataur Rahman, Associate Professor

Trista Schieffer, Suneet Katoch, Richard Marsh, General Motors Company

Applying Software Dependence Analysis for Automotive Embedded Software

Impact of Motor Capacitance on Vehicle Electrical System Transients



Srihari Sukumaran, GM Technical Center India Ltd. - General Motors Company; Trenton haines, General Motors Company; Ramesh S, GM Technical Center India Ltd. - General Motors Company

Donald Seyerle, howard Kendall, General Motors Company

Virtualization for ECU Platform Software Testing in Automotive Embedded

having Your Cake and Eating It: A Model- Based Approach for Satisfying ISO26262 Software Development Requirements

Improving Performance for Indirect, Natural Gas Line heaters




Rajesh Kumar Katyal, Srinath S, GM Technical Center India Ltd. - General Motors Company

Darren Buttle, Gunter Blache, Ulrich Lefarth, hans-Jörg Wolff, ETAS Gmbh

Badih Ali Jawad, Kurt Adams, Lawrence Technological Univ.; Gerald C. Marshall, Consumer Energy

Using Model Transformation/Code Generation Technology to Migrate Legacy Software Assets to AUTOSAR

Fault-Tree Generation for Embedded Software implementing Dual-Path Checking

Virtual hILS : A Model-Based Control Software Validation Method




Rick Flores, David Rosa, Mohan Murugesan, General Motors Company

Arkadeb Ghosal, Barbara Czerny, Joseph D’Ambrosio, General Motors Company

Yasuhiro Ito, hitachi; Yasuo Sugure, Shigeru Oho, hitachi Ltd; Masahiro Matsushita, hitachi Advanced Digital, Inc

Technical Keynote: AUTOSAR Status and Challenges

Reference Workflow for Model-Based Development of Safety-Related Software according to ISO26262

Development of Low Cost Vehicle Concept for United States using Systems Engineering Principles.

(Oral Only) Ralf Fritz, Vector CANtech Inc.

(Oral Only) Shahriar Kamal, dSPACE Inc; Michael Beine


hussain Tajmahal, Shantanu Ranadive, The University of Michigan - Dearborn

ISO 26262 Release just ahead: Remaining Problems and Proposals for Solutions

Modeling human-Machine Interactions Using Statecharts: One hot and Cool Example



Reinhold hamann, Stefan Kriso, Kyle Williams, Jürgen Klarmann, Jürgen Sauler, Robert Bosch Gmbh

Asaf Degani, Andrew W. Gellatly PhD, General Motors Company

SAhARA – A Systematic Approach for hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment

Technical Challenges in Future Electrical Architectures.



Soeren Kemmann, Mario Trapp, Fraunhofer IESE

Robert Schwabel, General Motors Company

Software Tool Qualification According to ISO 26262

Comprehensive Overview of EREV human Interface



Mirko Conrad, Guido Sandmann, Patrick Munier, The MathWorks Inc.

Danielle Cory, Eugenie Abboud, General Motors Company


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Effects of Fretting Corrosion on Rear Liftglass

(2011-01-1434) Richard Pyszel, General Motors Company

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SAE 2011 World Congress



Organizers: Jeremy Tibbett, LEONI WIRING SYSTEMS

Subramaniam Ganesan, Oakland Univ.; Ken Rao, IBES Inc.

Chairpersons: Subramaniam Ganesan, Oakland University; Ken Rao, IBES Inc

Chairpersons: Jeremy Tibbett, LEONI WIRING SYSTEMS

THURSDA , APRIL 14 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions

Wiring harness protection against Short circuit & overload condition: Test methodology

(2011-01-1435) Neeta Ladikkar, TATA MOTORS LTD


Organizers: Robert Miller , Vector CANtech Inc; Bruce Emaus, Retired

Chairpersons: Bruce Emaus, Retired


Joseph G. D’Ambrosio, General Motors R&D Ctr.; Brian T. Murray, United Technologies Research Center; Markus Plankensteiner, TTTech Automotive Gmbh

Chairpersons: Markus Plankensteiner, TTTech Automotive Gmbh

The focus of the session is on system safety analysis and design of safety-critical systems employing electronic controls. Topics include: implementation of safety-relevant systems, fail-safe strategies, distributed fault tolerant systems and hazard analysis. Application areas include: automotive active safety and alternative energy systems as well as avionics and mission management. Finally, the session addresses application of new or revised safety standards such as ISO

This session addresses automotive requirements, high level system design, cost analysis, simulation, modeling, testing, and validation. System includes components, sub assemblies, computer based controllers, hardware and software. The session focuses on intelligent and efficient approaches to analysis, design (not detailed design), modeling, measurement, document management and optimizing performance. Topics on effect of cost, and

The Electrical Wiring harness session deals with innovations and new develops surrounding the design, development, optimization, and manufacturing of wiring systems, connectors, terminals, wires, coverings, and other related components. The session will also hit on new topics for more robust environmental performance, alternate materials, integration with other systems, and high voltage/current considerations.

26262 and DO-178C. 1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

human machine interface are covered. 1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

2:40 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Process for the Selection of Low Cost and Weight Electrical Architectures

(2011-01-1022) James D. Marus, General Motors Company


Ludwig Brabetz, Mohamed Ayeb, heiko Neumeier, University of Kassel



Safety Critical Systems (Part 2 of 2) (AE300)

Systems Engineering (Part 2 of 2) (AE312)


Christopher P. Quigley, Warwick Control Technologies


In-Vehicle Software (AE306)

This session concentrates on the development of embedded software that resides in production vehicle electronic modules. With a focus on current technical, business, and legal issues relevant to the auto industry, this session covers all aspects of embedded software development including requirements, implementation, algorithms, modeling, and autocode generation. Expert speakers from the embedded software community are encouraged to share their experiences and opinions.

1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.


Electrical Wiring Harnesses (AE301)

high Voltage Power Allocation Management of hybrid/Electric Vehicles (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

A New Approach to the Thermal Analysis of Electrical Distribution Systems


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