2017 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA)
Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day

This is the premier event for manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, and tool providers to learn about Ethernet technologies and applications in the automotive environment.

2017 IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day
31 October - 2 November 2017, San Jose, California, USA

EVENT PRESENTATIONS

Keynote

The Connected, Automated Vehicle: Meeting the Challenges of Car 2.0
Ian Riches (Strategy Analytics)


Network and Architecture

High Performance Compute Architecture Supporting Revolutionary Requirements
Stefan Singer (NXP Semiconductors)

Distributed Software-Defined Networking: Scalable vehicular ad-hoc networks
Ahmed Sayed Hassan (Valeo)

Smart Ethernet Switch Architecture for E/E Networks
Michael Ziehensack (Elektrobit), Manfred Kunz (Marvell Semiconductor)

Experimental Assessment of QoS Protocols for In-Car Ethernet Networks
Nicolas Navet (University of Luxembourg), Josetxo Villanueva (Groupe Renault) Jörn Migge (RealTime-at-Work), Marc Boyer (ONERA)


Application, Connectivity

Automotive Connectivity: Impact on the Global Network of Tomorrow
Steven Carlson (High Speed Design), John D'Ambrosia (FutureWei Technologies)

eSync Architecture and Programming Model for OTA and Diagnostics Reaching Non-Ethernet Devices Over an Ethernet Backbone
Shrikant Acharya, Anoop Balakrishnan, Rema Balaraman (Excelfore Corporation)

Reliable Real-time Ethernet Communication for Advanced Safety Automotive Applications
Hoai Hoang Bengtsson (RISE Viktoria), Dorin Maxim (University of Lorraine, France) Ye-Qiong Song (University of Lorraine, France), Samuel Sigfridsson (Volvo Car)


Special Panel Session

Safety and Security Concerns in Vehicle Connectivity and Autonomous Driving: Can Ethernet Play a Role?
Moderator: Max Osella (General Motors)
Panelists: Nancy Cam-Winget (Cisco), Thomas Hogenmueller (Robert Bosch), Kevin Stanton (Intel),Flavio Bonomi (Nebbiolo Technologies), Stephen Zoepf (Center for Automotive Research at Stanford)


Security

Cyber Security Study for Automotive Ethernet in Japan Automotive Industry
Keisuke Terada (Yazaki), Mikio Kataoka (Hitachi AMS), Hiroyuki Matsumoto (Continental)

Designing for Cost Effective Ethernet Automotive E/E Architecture Against Security Threats
Mike Jones, Todd Slack (Microchip)

Nonce Misuse-Resistant Authenticated Encryption for Automotive Ethernet
Alexander Zeh (Infineon Technologies AG)
Patrick Kresmer (Infineon Technologies AG)


PHY, Switch, µC

Next Gen Automotive Ethernet Functions and the Implementation in an Ethernet MAC
Harald Zweck (Infineon)

Guaranteeing Interoperability of Efficient and Flexible Wake-up/Sleep in a 100BASE-T1 Environment
Philip Axer (NXP Semiconductors)
Fabian Nikolaus (C&S Group)


Validation & Test

Measuring 802.1AS Slave Clock Accuracy
Alon Regev (Ixia)

Influence of Aging Effects on RF Behavior Including Mode Conversion of STP and UTP Cables
Josef Ohni, Philipp Numberger (MD Elektronik)


AVB/TSN, Higher Layer Protocols, Software

IEEE 802.1 TSN Standards Overview & Update
Don Pannell, Kevin Stanton (Avnu Alliance)

Realizing Automated Driving Systems Using Ethernet TSN and Adaptive AUTOSAR
Prathap Venugopal (General Motors)

Using Redundant Data Paths and Clock Domains in Ethernet TSN for Mission-Critical Network Reliability
Shrikant Acharya, Anoop Balakrishnan, Shiro Ninomiya (Excelfore)

Verification of Time Sensitive Networking Based Ethernet Enabled Automotive Communication Systems
Wasiq Zia, Shikha Gupta, Vinod Kumar (Cadence Design Systems)