Workshop  /  09/22/2015, 9:45 - 16:30

High-Speed Data Transmission for Next Generation Automotive Networks

Data transmission speeds are rapidly increasing, due largely to high-resolution video data applications. Although the automotive sector still relies primarily on 1 Gbit solutions, industry experts are already discussing the possibility of 12 Gbit alternatives. In this workshop, we will outline the demand for future vehicle data transmission applications and put forward various solutions for data transmission up to 12 Gbit/s. Furthermore, we will showcase a 10 Gbit/s data link over single twisted pair.

Program

Part 1: Transmission Solution Requirements Profile
09:45 Welcome speech
Prof. Dr. Albert Heuberger, Fraunhofer IIS
10:00

Future Automotive High Speed Video Link Requirements
Dr. Jan Bauer, Daimler

- High speed video links in an up-to-date high end telematic system
- Future high level requirements for automotive high speed display, data and camera links
- The need for an automotive HSVL standard
10:30 High-speed interface requirements
Thomas Wischnack, Porsche Engineering
11:00 Break
11:15 High-speed networks: What will be deployed in the future?
Jürgen Röder, Continental Automotive Cross Divisional Systems
11:45 Evolution of switched Ethernet in the automobile
Dr. Rajeev Roy, NXP
12:15 Lunch
Part 2: Recommended Solutions
13:15 Plugs and cables for data transmission up to 12 Gbit/s
Dr. Gunnar Armbrecht, Rosenberger
13:45 Methods for optimizing cable performance
14:15 Solutions for transmission channels with severely limited bandwidth
Dr. Peter Nagel, Fraunhofer IIS
14:45 Architectures and switches for the 10-12 Gbit physical layer
Conrad Zerna, Fraunhofer IIS
15:15 Break
Part 3: Discussion & Networking