Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2018

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March 13, 14, 15, 2018
KINTEX, Seoul, Korea



All papers will be presented in Korean


Day 1: Tuesday 13 March

Day 1 - Automotive Test & Validation techniques

11:30

K-City and beyond

Seong-Woo Cho
KATRI
KOREA

11:55

Design for energy absorber to meet requirement of FMH performance

Namjeong Cho
GM Korea
KOREA

12:20

Solution for safe measurement in high-voltage environment of EV

Daehwan Kim
Manager
Vector Korea IT Inc
KOREA
After Diesel-gate, world governments are planning to get more electric vehicles out on the road, and many manufacturers have already announced their plans to stop manufacturing combustion engine vehicle. The new development and optimization of existing vehicles and concepts plays an essential role in enhancing their attractiveness to consumers. For this purpose, powerful measurement systems are needed that meet the increased safety requirements of the high-voltage environment and allow for efficient work. This presentation will introduce new measurement technology that satisfies the requirements: high-voltage safety, fast installation as well as ensuring exact and reliable measurement results.

12:45

CAE-based methodologies of vibration-induced fatigue analysis

Dr Hoon Hyung Jung
Famtech
KOREA

13:10

New defect diagnosis of automatic transmission gear system using bi-spectral method

Dr JaeHo Shim
Suwon University
KOREA

13:35

Optimization of NVH production line tests by using statistical approach

Youngkey Kim
SMI
KOREA

14:00

Weight Reduction of Automotive Body Structure using Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization of Crashworthiness, NVH and Durability

Hyo-sik Kim
Sr. Researcher
Renault Samsung
KOREA

14:25

Analysis and evaluation of the Euro-NCAP upper legform to the WAD 775mm test

SangOk Park
Hanyang University
KOREA

14:50

Development of a Portable Small Scale Multi Nozzle Flow Meter with Exit Pressure Control

Dr Sang Taik Oh
Seoul Industry
KOREA

Day 2: Wednesday 14 March

Day 2 - Autonomous vehicle and ADAS testing.

11:00

Evaluation suggestion and target robot development for advanced safety vehicle

Prof Jay I Jeong
Kukmin University
KOREA

11:25

Development of Nvidia multi-sensor (camera, radar, GPS) recognition algorithm for autonomous driving

Younghun Shim
Hancom MDS
KOREA

11:50

Development of assessment methods for advanced safety vehicle

Dr EunDok Lee
KATRI
KOREA

12:15

A modern sensor and tool approach to autonomous driving

Joonwoo Son
Principal research engineer
DGIST/Zuragon
KOREA

12:40

Transforming future vehicles: driver safety and vehicle security

Dhananjay Singh
Assistant professor
HUFS
KOREA
Internet of Vehicles is the domain of the futuristic transportation system (FTS), which is used to improve passengers' safety, real-time traffic situations and remote vehicle control in emergency cases. Automotive industries have great expectations and want to utilise everything possible from the solutions of FTS so they can improve their services. This presentation will discuss automotive networks and connected vehicles, and introduce an automotive cybersecurity mechanism. The connected vehicles have the capability to capture and share their real-time accident/traffic footage in text, audio and video forms to the related entities, such as nearest vehicles.

13:05

Introducing a data acquisition and time synchronization solution for ADAS projects

Hyeonggeun Mun
Hancom MDS
KOREA

13:30

How to easily develop your ADAS ECUs by using IPG’s CarMaker and Vector’s CAN network tool , with a case study

Homin Chung
Sales manager
IPG Automotive Korea Ltd
KOREA
Keun-Wook Chung
Business development manager
Vector
KOREA
This session would be practical and attractive to automotive ADAS electronic module developers and testers because it will show how to easily develop and verify ADAS ECU ( AFLS) by two tools – the Carmaker simulation S/W ( IPG Automotive ) and interactive ECU network tool ( Vector) . Now many ADAS ECU should be proven over various and complicate test conditions which covers real road and traffic conditions, even vehicle to vehicle crash condition. So In real-time base, Vector’s network testing S/W CANOE can be connected to the real-time vehicle simulation S/W CarMaker through FMI( functional mock up interface).

13:55

Mastering present and future challenges in V2X testing

Jong Yeol Park
Technical sales engineer/assistant manager
CANsystem Co Ltd
KOREA
With the continuous need to improve the driver and passenger experience in terms of safety, information, convenience and entertainment, vehicles are becoming increasingly connected – with each other, with the internet and with surrounding infrastructure. The complex nature of these technologies and the variety of vendors involved poses significant challenges for the automotive industry. They must ensure interoperability and security while remaining competitive in an ever-dynamic environment. This presentation discusses these challenges and highlights some well-proven approaches for addressing conformance requirements and performance issues.

14:20

HIL verification based on camera, radar and ultrasonic waves for ADAS and autonomous driving

Heejae Choi
Hancom MDS
KOREA

14:45

Scenario-based testing for approval of highly automated driving systems

Dr Houssem Abdellatif
Global head autonomous driving and ADAS
TÜV SÜD
GERMANY
Although the technology of automated driving (AD) is quite advanced, the regulatory side still lacks necessary specifications. The question about how to type approve or homologate an AD system is still open. In this talk we propose a framework for such tasks by enhancing and extending classic approval, e.g. for brakes and steering systems by the next level regarding the decision taking. It is necessary to verify if an autonomous vehicle can take the right decisions while driving. For this purpose, a scenario-based approach is demonstrated for real vehicle testing as well as by using simulation.

15:10

Automotive Ethernet compliance testing

Changhun Oh
Applications engineer
Teledyne LeCroy Korea
KOREA
This presentation will cover the basic setup for automotive Ethernet compliance testing. It will also provide more details about the five test modes of the BroadR-Reach test specification and one more mode for 100BASE-T1. Most testing engineers have difficulties in testing distortion because of the synchronization or absence of the output clock. This presentation will cover how to overcome those difficulties with a Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscope.

15:35

ADAS validation test technology and trends

Murali Ravindran
National Instruments
KOREA

16:00

Sensor fusion for development and test of autonomous vehicles

Hyejin Kim
Hancom MDS
KOREA

Day 3: Thursday 15 March

Day 3 - Best practises for testing automotive products

11:00

How AB Dynamics have integrated track testing products with the aVDS driving simulator to simplify ADAS system development and testing

Dr Adrian Simms
Business manager - laboratory test systems
AB Dynamics
UK
Cho Hyang Seol
Team manager (technical support department 1)
Magus Technology
KOREA

11:25

FDS: product fatigue and analysis

David Yoon
President
Famtech, on behalf of Vibration Research
USA
Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain wave-forms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. FDS: a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.

11:50

Characteristics of Real Driving Emissions and Particulate Matter with Light-duty vehicles

Dr Junepyo Cha
University of Transport
KOREA

12:15

New stress solution – VH6501

Jinwook Seok
Manager
Vector Korea
KOREA
The VH6501 offers the following capabilities: forcing freely definable sequences of recessive or dominant disturbance pulses; disturbance of specific frames via trigger; manipulation of the bit fields of CAN/CAN FD frames.

12:40

Navigating global certifications for EV charging systems and cordsets

Rich Byczek
Global technical director
Intertek
USA
Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) is a necessary and critical part of vehicle electrification. In particular, IC-CPD (in-cable control and protecting devices), otherwise referred to as portable cordsets, present a unique challenge as they are designed to plug in to typical household electrical outlets. Therefore, these systems are subject to different regulatory schemes, requirements and standards than typical 'onboard' electronics, and are specifically addressed in the new IEC 62752 standard. This discussion presents some of the key global certification schemes as well as guidance on implementing a global certification and regulatory compliance program for these devices.

13:05

Onboard fast measurement of vehicle emissions

Matthew Duckhouse
Senior applications engineer
Cambustion
UK
An onboard version of fast-response gas analyzers with millisecond response time enables the recording of high temporal resolution transient HC, CO, CO2 and NOx emissions during cold start and pull-away, gear changes, speed bumps and other real-world transient conditions. The data has been correlated with onboard engine data available from the vehicle’s electronic control unit to study the underlying causes of these short-duration events. Exhaust gas was sampled from before and after the catalyst to monitor catalyst efficiency and tailpipe breakthrough under certain conditions. High-frequency detail allows accurate integration of pollutant concentration and measured engine exhaust mass.

13:30

Ensuring data quality in your daily work

Mikolaj Lentz Rudyk
Famtech
DENMARK

13:55

How to accurately measure the electrical power efficiency of EV motors and inverters

Hyung Lee
Yokogawa
KOREA

14:20

Vehicle data collection and utilization

Kyunghwa Choi
Director, Test Automation Laboratory
Suresoft Technologies Inc
KOREA
The presentation will introduce a vehicle data collection device and collection server, and discuss use cases for maintenance/verification.

Day 1: Tuesday 13 March

Day 1 - Automotive Test & Validation techniques

11:30

K-City and beyond

Seong-Woo Cho
KATRI
KOREA

11:55

Design for energy absorber to meet requirement of FMH performance

Namjeong Cho
GM Korea
KOREA

12:20

Solution for safe measurement in high-voltage environment of EV

Daehwan Kim
Manager
Vector Korea IT Inc
KOREA
After Diesel-gate, world governments are planning to get more electric vehicles out on the road, and many manufacturers have already announced their plans to stop manufacturing combustion engine vehicle. The new development and optimization of existing vehicles and concepts plays an essential role in enhancing their attractiveness to consumers. For this purpose, powerful measurement systems are needed that meet the increased safety requirements of the high-voltage environment and allow for efficient work. This presentation will introduce new measurement technology that satisfies the requirements: high-voltage safety, fast installation as well as ensuring exact and reliable measurement results.

12:45

CAE-based methodologies of vibration-induced fatigue analysis

Dr Hoon Hyung Jung
Famtech
KOREA

13:10

New defect diagnosis of automatic transmission gear system using bi-spectral method

Dr JaeHo Shim
Suwon University
KOREA

13:35

Optimization of NVH production line tests by using statistical approach

Youngkey Kim
SMI
KOREA

14:00

Weight Reduction of Automotive Body Structure using Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization of Crashworthiness, NVH and Durability

Hyo-sik Kim
Sr. Researcher
Renault Samsung
KOREA

14:25

Analysis and evaluation of the Euro-NCAP upper legform to the WAD 775mm test

SangOk Park
Hanyang University
KOREA

14:50

Development of a Portable Small Scale Multi Nozzle Flow Meter with Exit Pressure Control

Dr Sang Taik Oh
Seoul Industry
KOREA

Day 2: Wednesday 14 March

Day 2 - Autonomous vehicle and ADAS testing.

11:00

Evaluation suggestion and target robot development for advanced safety vehicle

Prof Jay I Jeong
Kukmin University
KOREA

11:25

Development of Nvidia multi-sensor (camera, radar, GPS) recognition algorithm for autonomous driving

Younghun Shim
Hancom MDS
KOREA

11:50

Development of assessment methods for advanced safety vehicle

Dr EunDok Lee
KATRI
KOREA

12:15

A modern sensor and tool approach to autonomous driving

Joonwoo Son
Principal research engineer
DGIST/Zuragon
KOREA

12:40

Transforming future vehicles: driver safety and vehicle security

Dhananjay Singh
Assistant professor
HUFS
KOREA
Internet of Vehicles is the domain of the futuristic transportation system (FTS), which is used to improve passengers' safety, real-time traffic situations and remote vehicle control in emergency cases. Automotive industries have great expectations and want to utilise everything possible from the solutions of FTS so they can improve their services. This presentation will discuss automotive networks and connected vehicles, and introduce an automotive cybersecurity mechanism. The connected vehicles have the capability to capture and share their real-time accident/traffic footage in text, audio and video forms to the related entities, such as nearest vehicles.

13:05

Introducing a data acquisition and time synchronization solution for ADAS projects

Hyeonggeun Mun
Hancom MDS
KOREA

13:30

How to easily develop your ADAS ECUs by using IPG’s CarMaker and Vector’s CAN network tool , with a case study

Homin Chung
Sales manager
IPG Automotive Korea Ltd
KOREA
Keun-Wook Chung
Business development manager
Vector
KOREA
This session would be practical and attractive to automotive ADAS electronic module developers and testers because it will show how to easily develop and verify ADAS ECU ( AFLS) by two tools – the Carmaker simulation S/W ( IPG Automotive ) and interactive ECU network tool ( Vector) . Now many ADAS ECU should be proven over various and complicate test conditions which covers real road and traffic conditions, even vehicle to vehicle crash condition. So In real-time base, Vector’s network testing S/W CANOE can be connected to the real-time vehicle simulation S/W CarMaker through FMI( functional mock up interface).

13:55

Mastering present and future challenges in V2X testing

Jong Yeol Park
Technical sales engineer/assistant manager
CANsystem Co Ltd
KOREA
With the continuous need to improve the driver and passenger experience in terms of safety, information, convenience and entertainment, vehicles are becoming increasingly connected – with each other, with the internet and with surrounding infrastructure. The complex nature of these technologies and the variety of vendors involved poses significant challenges for the automotive industry. They must ensure interoperability and security while remaining competitive in an ever-dynamic environment. This presentation discusses these challenges and highlights some well-proven approaches for addressing conformance requirements and performance issues.

14:20

HIL verification based on camera, radar and ultrasonic waves for ADAS and autonomous driving

Heejae Choi
Hancom MDS
KOREA

14:45

Scenario-based testing for approval of highly automated driving systems

Dr Houssem Abdellatif
Global head autonomous driving and ADAS
TÜV SÜD
GERMANY
Although the technology of automated driving (AD) is quite advanced, the regulatory side still lacks necessary specifications. The question about how to type approve or homologate an AD system is still open. In this talk we propose a framework for such tasks by enhancing and extending classic approval, e.g. for brakes and steering systems by the next level regarding the decision taking. It is necessary to verify if an autonomous vehicle can take the right decisions while driving. For this purpose, a scenario-based approach is demonstrated for real vehicle testing as well as by using simulation.

15:10

Automotive Ethernet compliance testing

Changhun Oh
Applications engineer
Teledyne LeCroy Korea
KOREA
This presentation will cover the basic setup for automotive Ethernet compliance testing. It will also provide more details about the five test modes of the BroadR-Reach test specification and one more mode for 100BASE-T1. Most testing engineers have difficulties in testing distortion because of the synchronization or absence of the output clock. This presentation will cover how to overcome those difficulties with a Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscope.

15:35

ADAS validation test technology and trends

Murali Ravindran
National Instruments
KOREA

16:00

Sensor fusion for development and test of autonomous vehicles

Hyejin Kim
Hancom MDS
KOREA

Day 3: Thursday 15 March

Day 3 - Best practises for testing automotive products

11:00

How AB Dynamics have integrated track testing products with the aVDS driving simulator to simplify ADAS system development and testing

Dr Adrian Simms
Business manager - laboratory test systems
AB Dynamics
UK
Cho Hyang Seol
Team manager (technical support department 1)
Magus Technology
KOREA

11:25

FDS: product fatigue and analysis

David Yoon
President
Famtech, on behalf of Vibration Research
USA
Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain wave-forms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. FDS: a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.

11:50

Characteristics of Real Driving Emissions and Particulate Matter with Light-duty vehicles

Dr Junepyo Cha
University of Transport
KOREA

12:15

New stress solution – VH6501

Jinwook Seok
Manager
Vector Korea
KOREA
The VH6501 offers the following capabilities: forcing freely definable sequences of recessive or dominant disturbance pulses; disturbance of specific frames via trigger; manipulation of the bit fields of CAN/CAN FD frames.

12:40

Navigating global certifications for EV charging systems and cordsets

Rich Byczek
Global technical director
Intertek
USA
Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) is a necessary and critical part of vehicle electrification. In particular, IC-CPD (in-cable control and protecting devices), otherwise referred to as portable cordsets, present a unique challenge as they are designed to plug in to typical household electrical outlets. Therefore, these systems are subject to different regulatory schemes, requirements and standards than typical 'onboard' electronics, and are specifically addressed in the new IEC 62752 standard. This discussion presents some of the key global certification schemes as well as guidance on implementing a global certification and regulatory compliance program for these devices.

13:05

Onboard fast measurement of vehicle emissions

Matthew Duckhouse
Senior applications engineer
Cambustion
UK
An onboard version of fast-response gas analyzers with millisecond response time enables the recording of high temporal resolution transient HC, CO, CO2 and NOx emissions during cold start and pull-away, gear changes, speed bumps and other real-world transient conditions. The data has been correlated with onboard engine data available from the vehicle’s electronic control unit to study the underlying causes of these short-duration events. Exhaust gas was sampled from before and after the catalyst to monitor catalyst efficiency and tailpipe breakthrough under certain conditions. High-frequency detail allows accurate integration of pollutant concentration and measured engine exhaust mass.

13:30

Ensuring data quality in your daily work

Mikolaj Lentz Rudyk
Famtech
DENMARK

13:55

How to accurately measure the electrical power efficiency of EV motors and inverters

Hyung Lee
Yokogawa
KOREA

14:20

Vehicle data collection and utilization

Kyunghwa Choi
Director, Test Automation Laboratory
Suresoft Technologies Inc
KOREA
The presentation will introduce a vehicle data collection device and collection server, and discuss use cases for maintenance/verification.
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