WHAT: Jim Tung of The MathWorks and participants from Cummins, Caterpillar Inc., Vector CANtech Inc., Delphi Electronics, and Freightliner will have a panel discussion on the global product development process.
Experts from The MathWorks will chair a technical session and present technical papers about applying Model-Based Design and testing, verification, and validation to the commercial vehicle industry.
WHERE/WHEN: SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois
Tuesday, October 7–Thursday, October 9, 2008
At the 2008 SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress, The MathWorks, a gold-level sponsor, will demonstrate the importance of tools that incorporate Model-Based Design and verification and validation in speeding global product development, reducing error, and lowering emissions and fuel consumption in commercial vehicles. Experts from The MathWorks will participate in the technical program and provide in-booth demonstrations.
Learn more about The MathWorks and Model-Based Design by attending the sessions listed below or stopping by Booth 203.
“Global Product Development Process” (Session Code: CV901)
Tuesday, October 7, 10:30 a.m., Room 1–3
Jim Tung, MathWorks Fellow, will join participants from Cummins Inc., Caterpillar Inc., Vector CANtech Inc., Delphi Electronics, and Freightliner for this panel discussion. Christopher A. Myers of Deere & Co. will moderate the panel.
The discussion will focus on the product development of commercial vehicles, which has become increasingly global due to the locations of technical resources and production facilities and the market application of common products. The panel will discuss the challenges of the global product development process and the tools required to enable efficient engineering of products designed for a global market.
“Electronics Reliability (Embedded Systems and V&V) (Part 1 of 2)” (Session Code: CV406)
Wednesday, October 8, 1:45 p.m., Room 6
Jon Friedman and Wensi Jin of The MathWorks will chair this technical session, which includes two papers from The MathWorks.
Experts from The MathWorks will present the following technical papers:
Thomas Egel, Wensi Jin, Michael Burke, and Michael Carone
Tuesday, October 7, 3:30 p.m., Room 6 (Session Code: CV408)
Thomas Erkkinen and Mirko Conrad
Wednesday, October 8, 2:15 p.m., Room 6 (Session Code: CV406)
Brian McKay, with copresenters Laurence Long and Gardell Gefke from Vehicle Systems Integration
Wednesday, October 8, 2:45 p.m., Room 6 (Session Code: CV406)
About The MathWorks
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