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2017 Conference Programme

Day 1

Monday 6 March

10:30 - 16:30 - DAY 1

Moderator
Prof Jae Ho Shin, professor, Kyungil University, KOREA

10:30 - Test of Interio Air Quality in a New Car
Jongsoon Lim, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
The “new car smell” is something many consumers who have purchased a new car may encounter. Such odours are caused by various chemicals emitted from the materials inside new cars, and may induce physically harmful symptoms in drivers and passengers, including fatigue, headaches, eye and skin irritation. Such symptoms may also affect safe driving by making it difficult for drivers to maintain clear vision in keeping eyes forward and even cause degradation of cognitive abilities for those inside the car. With growing public awareness of health issues like “New House Syndrome” and its link to substances hazardous to the human body, more countries have become interested in the issue. Both South Korea and China have established new car indoor air quality management standards at the state level, including measurement standards such as ISO and KS. Nevertheless, no international standards for new car indoor air quality exists. Because of this, the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)has created a Vehicle Interior Air Quality Informal Working Group (VIAQIWG) under the Working Party on Pollution and Energy (GRPE), and through it, is developing the ‘International Standards for New Car Indoor Air Quality.’ An Introduction to Recent Trends

10:55 - Automotive Connected Car Testing Solution
Homin Chung, manager, National Instruments, KOREA
According to Gartner, over a quarter billion Connected Cars will be on the road by 2020. With reliable components testing for V2X, Autonomous Vehicle, or ADAS being demanded in the market, please join this session to be prepared for the future technology needs through real-world case studies such as Autonomous Vehicle Radar Test from German automobile manufacturer Audi and Infotainment Test solution from Harman, and to see how you can reduce test costs and time

11:20 - Validation method for development of ADAS Application based on V2X communication
Minho Kim, assistant manager, MDS Technology, KOREA
This presentation introduces a V2X communication based ADAS Application. It also outlines a number of cases of development and verification in which dSpace/Cohda played an important role in the preliminary development phase. The paper will cover the introduction to the current state of the C-ITS project, the V2X(Vehicle to everything) standard and V2X communication protocol. We will also touch on the use of RCP (Rapid Control Prototyping) provided by dSPACE in developing the V2X based ADAS Application, the use of dSPACE solutions for testing ADAS-related HIL (Hardware-in-the-loop) and the Development and verification of the V2X-based ADAS Application.

11:45 - Test of Vehicle Lighting System using New Technologies(LASER, LED, etc.)
Hosang Lee, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
In recent years, with the emergence of LED and laser light sources, a variety of new technologies are being applied to vehicle lamps. The purpose of this presentation is to introduce trends in vehicle lamps in line with these recent technological developments.

12:10 - Measurement of the transient phenomenon which always changes the driving speed and torque
Eiichi Oodaira, manager, Yokogawa, JAPAN
As a precision measurement of the transient phenomenon which always changes the driving speed and torque, Yokogawa delivers some solutions to evaluate EV & PHV. In this session, we would like to introduce performance of the instrument outstanding others and a measurement method using large current sensors indispensable for bigger current measurement and high frequency devices like reactor for inverter or wireless charger for vehicles.

12:35 - Localization of vibration sources by array of accelerometers
Youngkey Kim, president, SM Instruments, KOREA
One method of tracking noise/allophone sources makes use of a microphone array; this being known as a sound camera. However, this method is in need of enhancement. If the noise/allophone source is under some form of cover, or if it cannot be seen from the outside for whatever reason, it is not possible to take advantage of the method of using a microphone. Additionally, if the physical structure in which the sound occurs is smaller than the sound wavelength itself and the physical structure is complex, the sound camera will not be able to accurately detect the location of the vibration. In order to resolve this problem, this research introduces a method of tracking and analysing the origin of a noise source by making use of an accelerometer array. Because most sources of vibration take on a very complex structure and form, the electric waves which they produce are also complex and have dispersive characteristics. This research seeks to address this issue through the application of a pre-processing method, which makes use of filter banks. This research demonstrates the proven efficacy of the proposed method by making use of a simplified testing context. A number of practical applications of the method are also introduced.

13:00 - Efficient development and validation of multi-sensor applications
Hyun-Taek Jang, field application engineer, Vector Korea IT, KOREA
For the development of algorithms for driver assistance systems and automated driving, the new vADAS developer Version 2.0 offers comprehensive support. With Vector’s software tool, ADAS developers have a complete solution at their disposal, ranging from multi-sensor data recording to quick visualization of results. Even algorithm development along with implementation in simulation and testing systems can be realized in this way. Also, CANape option driver assistance extends the CANape measurement, calibration and diagnostic tool by adding a verification solution for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and a test environment for optimizing image processing algorithms.

Moderator
Jongsoo Kim, director, Korean Auto Safety Association, KOREA

13:25 - Using auto-ranging technology measuring range from 50 nA to 50 A
Nadhmi Nefoussi, sales manager (IMC), Kostech, KOREA
In the development and testing of devices and components with DC or battery supply, the examination and monitoring of operating currents is a very important topic. Anyone who measures currents that are determined by sophisticated power management, sleep modes, various operating modes and their transitions is faced with extreme dynamics that take conventional measurement technology to its limits. Auto-ranging offers new possibilities, but also new challenges.

13:50 - Triaxial accelerometer – high-frequency measurement and temperature stability considerations
David Kuntz, Junior Product Manager Acceleration, Kistler, USA
Many applications such as operational, environmental, structural or durability testing require increasingly more triaxial IEPE accelerometers with higher-frequency operation in the three orthogonal directions. The new, novel mounting for Kistler's miniature PiezoStar and Piezoceramic Triaxial cube accelerometer families offers a practical solution. Additionally, in certain applications that require ultra-low-sensitivity temperature coefficient, Piezostar offers a practical solution when piezoceramic sensors do not satisfy the application needs.

14:15 - Development of year-round indoor winter testing facilities
Harri Eskelinen, engineering director, Test World, FINLAND
Testing in winter conditions used to mean that testers were forced to travel around the world to find winter or accept a limited test season. Test World has been the pioneer in the field of indoor winter testing, with world’s first indoor winter test facility launched in 2013. Indoor 1 is focused on objective testing and in 2015 we opened Indoor 2 to serve subjective testers – year round and without any risk of bad weather spoiling tests. In this presentation we’ll speak about the development of Indoor 1 and 2 and the next step: Indoor 3.

14:40 - Fatigue damage for accelerated testing with correlation to end-use environment
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, Vibration Research Corp, KOREA
Accumulated damage a product experiences in the field due to the variety of vibration stresses on it will eventually cause failures in the product. Failure modes resulting from dynamic stresses can be replicated in the laboratory and correlated to end-use environment to validate target reliability requirements. This presentation addresses three fundamental questions about developing an accurate vibration test: 1) What profile time frame is needed to accurately simulate the end-use environment over the lifecycle of my product? 2) How can I confidently combine different vibration environments into one accelerated test? 3) How can I use FDS to accelerate my test?

15:05 - New acceleration life testing method by the second-generation ED-HALT vibration system
Jaeho Shim, professor, University of Suwon, KOREA
HALT testing has been used for more than 40 years, and has achieved many benefits in various industries. But the traditional HALT system is not perfect. The low frequency contained in the vibration of the table is low, the uniformity of vibration at different points of the table is not well controlled, and the repeatability of test results is not consistent. The second-generation HALT, ED-HALT, replaces the air impactor with an ED-impactor, with control of current, timing of impact and creation of low-frequency vibration; the uniformity can be improved by the 45 impactors/9 zone or 80 impactors/16 zone. The PSD and FDS of traditional HALT (Air-HALT) and ED-HALT are compared to show their difference.

15:30 - Tekscan pressure mapping and embedded sensors for automotive applications
GunJae Yoo, CEO, Tekscan, KOREA
Tekscan's patented tactile force and pressure sensing solutions provide customers with the actionable information they need to optimize product design and improve research outcomes. The company's sensors and systems are used in test and measurement across a wide range of applications within the automotive industry or as embedded technology to create better and differentiated products. Tekscan's passion for innovation, broad expertise and commitment to quality help turn customers' visions into reality.

15:55 - Kurtosis Random Vibration Test
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, KOREA
The use of the Random Signals methodology for testing both durability and reliability has been widely applied in the design and verification of product defects. WJ.Wallaby’s well regarded wideband spectrum vibration test profile has been widely applied in the field of product testing, irrespective of industry and regardless of the product’s unique features. Recently, the use of FDS and/or Kurtosis as the index of quantitative management has made it possible to reduce the time involved for such tests. Nevertheless, in terms of Kurtosis control, an understanding of the features of the central limit theorem and of Random control is required. A comparison of the existing Kurtosis control methods and their key features will be provided.

16:20 - The test of Autonomous Vehicles with ADAS
KangYoon Lee, CEO, Control Works, KOREA
This presentation deals with various technique to test ADAS and autonomous vehicle system under various environments. It will introduce a simulator with hardware-in-the-loop to test automated valet parking, with cameras and ultrasonic sensors. RF system for testing RADAR sensors. Object-tracking system with a laser scanner. This presentation will introduce how to use these systems and applications.

Day 2

Tuesday 7 March

10:30 - 16:30 - DAY 2

Moderator
Jaewoo Lee, manager, GM Korea, KOREA

10:30 - Testing safe plastic and shape designs for crash and test conformity
Nam jeong Cho, assistant manager, GM Korea, KOREA
This study on selecting automotive materials aims to satisfy the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 201, which is intended to protect passengers in accidents involving impact to the passenger’s head. A study on the use of safe plastic and shape design in conformity to standards.

10:55 - Novel microphone designs for wind tunnel applications
Niklas Larsen, area manager, G.R.A.S. Sound & Vibration, DENMARK
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, KOREA
Wind-induced noise is one of the most important noise sources in modern automotive design. This has been further emphasized by the development of cars without traditional gasoline engines as a major noise source. The reduction of internal and external noise sources requires extensive knowledge of hydrodynamic pressure fluctuations found in wind flow, and acoustically transmitted pressure fluctuations. A new generation of precision acoustical pressure transducers allows for the separation of the different pressure fluctuations with minimum disturbance of the flow field.

11:20 - New requirements of EV/PHEV’s EMC evaluation
Sungeun Bang, manager, CanSystem, KOREA
With the introduction of EV/PHEV, cars have become both environmentally-friendly and increasingly efficient and convenient forms of transportation. With the commercialization of EV and PHEV, the automobile industry has been introduced to the novel notion of “Charging the Car. This process, the charging of EV/PHEV, is of the utmost importance. This means that cars are increasingly becoming viewed and treated as yet another form of electronic equipment. A car being charged is like a car connected to an entire system (in the same way as an AC socket or power distribution board in homes). In terms of form, they are starting to be treated the same as other common forms of electronic equipment and appliances. As to the measurement and evaluation of EMC, cars also require EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility), as do all electronic appliances (during the charging process), and this has become the subject of international regulation. Due to the introduction of new charging technology, the automobile industry is now required to adopt effective measures of EMC. Evaluation methods, which have more commonly been used for general electronic equipment, are also now being required. Accordingly, the introduction of new measurement methodologies and technologies have now become necessary. The current study outlines the new standards and testing equipment which will be introduced in the near future.

11:45 - The electrification of cars and other vehicles, along with the complexity of electrical powertrains, electrical engines and control units, causes the need for synchronized measurement solutions for R&D and test
Chan-Ho Kim, sales manager, Dewetron, KOREA
The electrification of cars and other vehicles increases the complexity of electrical powertrains, electrical engines and control units. This increases the need for highly accurate, synchronized measurement solutions for R&D and test. Efficiency aspects, demands of reducing losses and enlarging the range of electrical vehicles boosts the development of battery systems and polyphase electrical motors. Dewetron is a competent partner for standalone and fully integrated multi-signal power analyzers for automotive, HV, battery, electrical powertrain and polyphaser motor analysis/testing. Dewetron multi-signal power analyzer is ideal for HEV and EV testing applications including HEV and EV, train, truck testing; electric powertrain testing, real drive and testbed; battery testing; testing electrical control units and other electrical systems; analysis of electrical, mechanical and environmental parameters.

12:10 - Virtual durability testing and reliability prediction using Sherlock
Hyeong Ahn Kwon, CEO, ExleetEdge, KOREA
Virtual durability testing using PoF, especially on high-reliability applications like automotive, is useful for assessing the reliability of products at the design stage. Virtual durability simulation before building a prototpye provides great benefits in terms of saving money, increasing productivity and improving time to market and customer loyalty. This is why leading global companies adopt it as a critical process to be added to traditional design-build-test-fix (DBTF) data-driven reliability growth methodology.

12:35 - Thermal shock test simulator for cylinder head gasket validation
Osamu Aizawa, Director, Development Technology Department, Japan Metal Gasket Co Ltd, JAPAN
M H Lee, executive director, Metal Fit Korea Co Ltd, JAPAN
The presentation will introduced a new system for cylinder head gasket validation test in quasi-static test condition. In this system, a temperature gradient from -30ºC to 110ºC in a short period of time will simulate actual engine testing condition. This Deep Thermal Shock Test has the advantage of accelerated validation for most of the latest metal layered cylinder head gasket designs. Development time and cost savings are considerable with this system.

13:00 - Implementing safety requirements of micro mobility
Sojung Shim, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
Recent years have seen the introduction to the market of compact and sub-compact cars-and this trend has captured the attention of the market and consumers. One reason is that such cars are lightweight and mostly powered by electricity, resulting in reduced CO2 emissions or even zero emissions, which is in line with the global attempts to reduce CO2. New regulations or safety standards are required as a means of checking performance and guaranteeing safety before these new types of micro and compact cars begin to be widely sold on the market. This research aims to examine ways of introducing automotive safety standards for securing the safety of micro cars and similarly shaped vehicles.

Moderator
Jongsoo Kim, director, Korean Auto Safety Association, KOREA

13:25 - OROS advanced sound quality solution - Build Sound Quality into Your Brand DNA!
Li Yue, product manager, Beijing T&S Technologies Co Ltd, CHINA
Releasing vehicles with the perfect interior sound design is a strong demand in the automotive industry. Providing tools for both objective and subjective approaches, the OROS Sound Quality Solution, aims at making you reach this objective in the most efficient and productive way: from in-vehicle measurement to the final result. The OROS Sound Plus Solution features innovative tools for filtered listening, time-frequency colormaps edition, and psychoacoustic criteria evaluation assisting the ultimate step to the desired sound experience. OROS, as an expert in Noise and Vibration measurement and analysis, let you build sound quality into your brand DNA!

13:50 - Needs and demands for ADAS testing equipment for efficient practical testing
Cheonho Kim, Sales representative of DSD in Korea, DSD, KOREA
DSD has considerable ADAS testing experience as deliverer of 20 ADAS testing platforms to OEMs and Tier 1s in Europe and Asia. The presentation shows the needs of our customers that they figured out by day to day working with ADAS equipment on the proving ground, and how DSD met these needs with its very successful over-runable platform (UFO) and its all-new driving robot (launch in spring 2017) to offer efficient ADAS test equipment.

14:15 - Debugging the CANFD and SENT interface: An analysis
Changhun Oh, application egineer, Teledyne LeCroy Korea, KOREA
This presentation will outline the analysis methodology by using Teledyne LeCroy’s CANbus, CANFD bus, SENT interface decoding, triggering and eye diagrams. The presentation will then explain how the filtering function helps to locate the ID of transmitters which cause product faults. The study describes the verification process and its method used for determining signal quality in the eye diagram including the eye mask. Following this, an explanation will be provided on how to check analogue signals which are recorded by the sensor. This is done by tracking the data, which undergoes constant changes, from the decoding of SENT, SENT SPC and from the decoded value. These decoded values also change constantly.

14:40 - Real-time evaluation of real-drive emission (RDE) data
Rajesh Reddy, product manager, ETAS GmbH, GERMANY
Shinil Kim, measurement & calibration team leader, ETAS/STK1, KOREA
This system provides drivers with information about execution and evaluation of RDE-testdrive focusing on optimization of RDE-testdrive. During RDE-testdrive, the driver will be provided with important visual information about driving route, already driven sections and exhaust emissions, as well as boundary conditions to ensure compliance with legal requirements. This includes predictions about the validity of the route, advice to the driver about distance yet to be travelled in respective cycle (motorway-rural-urban), display of current percentage of valid windows, monitoring of NOx sensor, GPS, PEMS status, memory faults, battery status of PEMS. The concept is fully integrated in the ETAS-INCA toolchain to allow calibration engineers to work with their standard calibration toolchains.

15:05 - Evaluation of fiber orientation analysis methods in Avizo
Eric Ho, product marketing engineer, FEI, KOREA
Computed tomography (CT) is on its way to becoming the de facto standard in the field of material sciences and material development, especially when it comes to the analysis of fibrous materials. It provides full 3D details inside the materials, and enables non-destructive analysis, which may be coupled with either in-situ experiments or numerical simulations to assess the physical properties of the materials. The presentation focuses particularly on the distribution of fiber orientations within the material. It will highlight three different approaches that may operate at different resolutions to provide insights into the fiber orientations.

Day 3

Wednesday 8 March

10:30 - 12:30 - DAY 3

Moderator
Prof Byoungkee Han, professor, department of mechanical and systems design engineering, Hongik University, KOREA

10:30 - Introduction for characteristics of RDE-LDV (Real Driving Emissions-Light Duty Vehicles) with Euro-6 Vehicles in Korea
Junepyo Cha, professor, Korea National University of Transportation, KOREA
According to the conclusions of recent EU studies, road transport pollution (one of the sources of NOx emission pollution) has not undergone any significant reduction. This is in spite of the EU having endeavoured to gradually strengthen the regulations related to gas emissions. One reason for this is that there has been an increase in the traffic volume and the proportion of diesel cars. More importantly, the methods of verifying and testing the emission levels of diesel cars emission fails to reflect the variety and reality of driving patterns. Therefore, the EC-JRC has recently legislated on the regulation of RDE-LDV (Real driving emissions-light duty vehicle), and has also incrementally stengthened the regulation of RDE-LDV. Reflecting this new EU policy, the Korean government’s Ministry of Environment has been conducting research into how best to evaluate real driving emissions, and has done so by applying PEMS to compact diesel cars. The MoE has now finalized plans for an inspection method which reflects real driving conditions, and this new system will come into force from September 2017.

10:55 - The effective verification of ADAS and autonomous driving using dSPACE solution
Jiho Kim, assistant manager, MDS Technology, KOREA
This presentation proposes tool chains which are necessary elements of real and virtual test driving. It also introduces methods which can help cut both development times and costs through the preliminary stages of product development and validation. This paper will also touch on the future challenges and requirements of ADAS and autonomous driving, requirements for prototyping new functions, verification methods of Autonomous-driving and ADAS and autonomous-driving verification: The dSPACE Approach.

11:20 - Fast measurement of transient gaseous pollutants for Real World Driving Emissions
Jeong-Eun An, sales manager, Parkor Korea Ltd - Korean distributor for Cambustion, KOREA
One of the main reasons of adopting RDE legislation was to capture real world transient emissions and the accurate measurement of these “spikes” of pollutants is an important aspect of solving such problems. Conventional Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) have a relatively slow response time and are partly limited by mixing in the vehicle’s exhaust and muffler system. This presentation describes the adaptation of ultra-fast gas analyzers to the measurement of pre-muffler transient exhaust emissions. The correlation of such transients with other engine parameters (for example, AFR) allow the engine’s calibrators to identify how best to control the emissions more effectively.

11:45 - Assessment of thermal energy at fire resistance test for REESS
Seulki Lee, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
The market share occupied by electric vehicles is gradually increasing. This is due to regulations on environmental pollution being enforced around the world. This enforcement is being prompted by both climate change from greenhouse gases and the need of alternative energy sources to petroleum energy. Electric cars require the same degree of mechanical integrity as cars with internal combustion engines, as well as high safety standards for energy storage devices and high-powered electrical equipment. The United Nations (UN) has carried out an initial discussion to introduce Global Technical Regulations (GTR) for electric vehicles since 2012, when the Electric Vehicle Safety (EVS) Informal Working Group (IWG) was established. In particular, in terms of fire tests for batteries, South Korea suggested a test method based on domestic safety standards for LPG burners as analternative to the gasoline-based test method proposed by UN R100. This study aims to demonstrate the thermal energy equivalence of both test methods.

12:10 - Development and testing of ADAS using CarMaker technology
Kwanhoe Huh, senior application engineer, IPG Automotive Korea Ltd, KOREA
In this presentation, we will show our new solutions for development and testing of ADAS: the challenges in development and testing of ADAS; virtual test driving solution; ADAS development and test with IPG CarMaker; creating a virtual environment and test scenario for ADAS application; testing solution for camera-based ADAS.

12:35 - Data acquisition and HVAC test bench solutions by Ipetronik
Myung-Sik Kong, technical sales engineer, Ipertronik, KOREA
This presentation reveal the latest news from Ipetronik's pool of solutions: data acquisition hardware, software and test benches for HVAC components and systems.

13:00 - Data logging in the development of vehicles
Jennifer Gerber, sales manager, Telemotive AG
This presentation will propose how data logging solutions work in the real vehicle and what features they support. It also describes the solution that works with CAN FD, the latest vehicle communication standard.

13:25 - Test of electronic stability control and new regulations
Youngdon Jeon, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
At the global level, automotive Advanced Safety System Technology is rapidly evolving, and such systems improve drivers’ safety and convenience. Most of the Advanced Safety System Technology is limited to passenger vehicles in its application. This is because commercial vehicles, compared with passenger vehicles, are slower and it is harder to develop and apply such technology to them due to the variety of vehicle types. Even when accidents occur, commercial vehicles are more likely to be involved in large-scale accidents than passenger vehicles. In particular, commercial vehicles have higher occurrence rates of accidents involving rollovers, due to their higher centres of gravity. The Automotive Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system, which hasbeen utilised in passenger vehicles, multi-purpose vehicles, and trucks below 4.5 tons gross weight since January 1, 2015, is an Advanced Safety System Technology system specifically designed to prevent rollover accidents. This system, developed as a combination of brake-related devices such as ABS, TCS, etc., prevents accidents through traction control over each wheel while driving on wet roads or when negotiating curves.

13:50 - Vehicle exhaust gas simulation equipment for turbocharger, EGRC and exhaust components
Sang-Taek Oh, CEO, Seoul Industry Engineering Co Ltd, KOREA
Exhaust gas simulation test equipment will accurately simulate exhaust gas temperature and flow rate. It will significantly reduce operating costs and manpower for testing, and will bring more accurate test results than ever.

14:15 - Development and test of in-vehicle Ethernet networks
Dong-Hoon Lee, technical sales manager, K2L, KOREA
Jong Yeol Park, application egineer, K2L, KOREA
Distributed electronic systems are omnipresent in today's vehicles, consisting of a large number of devices that are connected to each other via different automotive networking technologies like CAN, LIN, CAN-FD, MOST and Ethernet. The focus of this presentation will be automotive Ethernet and the protocols involved in transporting time-sensitive audio and video streams, the mechanisms applied for service discovery and control and the use cases of Ethernet tools in the automotive development cycle. Finally, the experiences from the development of an AVB/MOST gateway demo will be shared with the audience.

*This Programme may be subject to change.

Day 1

Monday 6 March

10:30 - 16:30 - DAY 1

Moderator
Prof Jae Ho Shin, professor, Kyungil University, KOREA

10:30 - Test of Interio Air Quality in a New Car
Jongsoon Lim, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
The “new car smell” is something many consumers who have purchased a new car may encounter. Such odours are caused by various chemicals emitted from the materials inside new cars, and may induce physically harmful symptoms in drivers and passengers, including fatigue, headaches, eye and skin irritation. Such symptoms may also affect safe driving by making it difficult for drivers to maintain clear vision in keeping eyes forward and even cause degradation of cognitive abilities for those inside the car. With growing public awareness of health issues like “New House Syndrome” and its link to substances hazardous to the human body, more countries have become interested in the issue. Both South Korea and China have established new car indoor air quality management standards at the state level, including measurement standards such as ISO and KS. Nevertheless, no international standards for new car indoor air quality exists. Because of this, the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)has created a Vehicle Interior Air Quality Informal Working Group (VIAQIWG) under the Working Party on Pollution and Energy (GRPE), and through it, is developing the ‘International Standards for New Car Indoor Air Quality.’ An Introduction to Recent Trends

10:55 - Automotive Connected Car Testing Solution
Homin Chung, manager, National Instruments, KOREA
According to Gartner, over a quarter billion Connected Cars will be on the road by 2020. With reliable components testing for V2X, Autonomous Vehicle, or ADAS being demanded in the market, please join this session to be prepared for the future technology needs through real-world case studies such as Autonomous Vehicle Radar Test from German automobile manufacturer Audi and Infotainment Test solution from Harman, and to see how you can reduce test costs and time

11:20 - Validation method for development of ADAS Application based on V2X communication
Minho Kim, assistant manager, MDS Technology, KOREA
This presentation introduces a V2X communication based ADAS Application. It also outlines a number of cases of development and verification in which dSpace/Cohda played an important role in the preliminary development phase. The paper will cover the introduction to the current state of the C-ITS project, the V2X(Vehicle to everything) standard and V2X communication protocol. We will also touch on the use of RCP (Rapid Control Prototyping) provided by dSPACE in developing the V2X based ADAS Application, the use of dSPACE solutions for testing ADAS-related HIL (Hardware-in-the-loop) and the Development and verification of the V2X-based ADAS Application.

11:45 - Test of Vehicle Lighting System using New Technologies(LASER, LED, etc.)
Hosang Lee, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
In recent years, with the emergence of LED and laser light sources, a variety of new technologies are being applied to vehicle lamps. The purpose of this presentation is to introduce trends in vehicle lamps in line with these recent technological developments.

12:10 - Measurement of the transient phenomenon which always changes the driving speed and torque
Eiichi Oodaira, manager, Yokogawa, JAPAN
As a precision measurement of the transient phenomenon which always changes the driving speed and torque, Yokogawa delivers some solutions to evaluate EV & PHV. In this session, we would like to introduce performance of the instrument outstanding others and a measurement method using large current sensors indispensable for bigger current measurement and high frequency devices like reactor for inverter or wireless charger for vehicles.

12:35 - Localization of vibration sources by array of accelerometers
Youngkey Kim, president, SM Instruments, KOREA
One method of tracking noise/allophone sources makes use of a microphone array; this being known as a sound camera. However, this method is in need of enhancement. If the noise/allophone source is under some form of cover, or if it cannot be seen from the outside for whatever reason, it is not possible to take advantage of the method of using a microphone. Additionally, if the physical structure in which the sound occurs is smaller than the sound wavelength itself and the physical structure is complex, the sound camera will not be able to accurately detect the location of the vibration. In order to resolve this problem, this research introduces a method of tracking and analysing the origin of a noise source by making use of an accelerometer array. Because most sources of vibration take on a very complex structure and form, the electric waves which they produce are also complex and have dispersive characteristics. This research seeks to address this issue through the application of a pre-processing method, which makes use of filter banks. This research demonstrates the proven efficacy of the proposed method by making use of a simplified testing context. A number of practical applications of the method are also introduced.

13:00 - Efficient development and validation of multi-sensor applications
Hyun-Taek Jang, field application engineer, Vector Korea IT, KOREA
For the development of algorithms for driver assistance systems and automated driving, the new vADAS developer Version 2.0 offers comprehensive support. With Vector’s software tool, ADAS developers have a complete solution at their disposal, ranging from multi-sensor data recording to quick visualization of results. Even algorithm development along with implementation in simulation and testing systems can be realized in this way. Also, CANape option driver assistance extends the CANape measurement, calibration and diagnostic tool by adding a verification solution for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and a test environment for optimizing image processing algorithms.

Moderator
Jongsoo Kim, director, Korean Auto Safety Association, KOREA

13:25 - Using auto-ranging technology measuring range from 50 nA to 50 A
Nadhmi Nefoussi, sales manager (IMC), Kostech, KOREA
In the development and testing of devices and components with DC or battery supply, the examination and monitoring of operating currents is a very important topic. Anyone who measures currents that are determined by sophisticated power management, sleep modes, various operating modes and their transitions is faced with extreme dynamics that take conventional measurement technology to its limits. Auto-ranging offers new possibilities, but also new challenges.

13:50 - Triaxial accelerometer – high-frequency measurement and temperature stability considerations
David Kuntz, Junior Product Manager Acceleration, Kistler, USA
Many applications such as operational, environmental, structural or durability testing require increasingly more triaxial IEPE accelerometers with higher-frequency operation in the three orthogonal directions. The new, novel mounting for Kistler's miniature PiezoStar and Piezoceramic Triaxial cube accelerometer families offers a practical solution. Additionally, in certain applications that require ultra-low-sensitivity temperature coefficient, Piezostar offers a practical solution when piezoceramic sensors do not satisfy the application needs.

14:15 - Development of year-round indoor winter testing facilities
Harri Eskelinen, engineering director, Test World, FINLAND
Testing in winter conditions used to mean that testers were forced to travel around the world to find winter or accept a limited test season. Test World has been the pioneer in the field of indoor winter testing, with world’s first indoor winter test facility launched in 2013. Indoor 1 is focused on objective testing and in 2015 we opened Indoor 2 to serve subjective testers – year round and without any risk of bad weather spoiling tests. In this presentation we’ll speak about the development of Indoor 1 and 2 and the next step: Indoor 3.

14:40 - Fatigue damage for accelerated testing with correlation to end-use environment
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, Vibration Research Corp, KOREA
Accumulated damage a product experiences in the field due to the variety of vibration stresses on it will eventually cause failures in the product. Failure modes resulting from dynamic stresses can be replicated in the laboratory and correlated to end-use environment to validate target reliability requirements. This presentation addresses three fundamental questions about developing an accurate vibration test: 1) What profile time frame is needed to accurately simulate the end-use environment over the lifecycle of my product? 2) How can I confidently combine different vibration environments into one accelerated test? 3) How can I use FDS to accelerate my test?

15:05 - New acceleration life testing method by the second-generation ED-HALT vibration system
Jaeho Shim, professor, University of Suwon, KOREA
HALT testing has been used for more than 40 years, and has achieved many benefits in various industries. But the traditional HALT system is not perfect. The low frequency contained in the vibration of the table is low, the uniformity of vibration at different points of the table is not well controlled, and the repeatability of test results is not consistent. The second-generation HALT, ED-HALT, replaces the air impactor with an ED-impactor, with control of current, timing of impact and creation of low-frequency vibration; the uniformity can be improved by the 45 impactors/9 zone or 80 impactors/16 zone. The PSD and FDS of traditional HALT (Air-HALT) and ED-HALT are compared to show their difference.

15:30 - Tekscan pressure mapping and embedded sensors for automotive applications
GunJae Yoo, CEO, Tekscan, KOREA
Tekscan's patented tactile force and pressure sensing solutions provide customers with the actionable information they need to optimize product design and improve research outcomes. The company's sensors and systems are used in test and measurement across a wide range of applications within the automotive industry or as embedded technology to create better and differentiated products. Tekscan's passion for innovation, broad expertise and commitment to quality help turn customers' visions into reality.

15:55 - Kurtosis Random Vibration Test
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, KOREA
The use of the Random Signals methodology for testing both durability and reliability has been widely applied in the design and verification of product defects. WJ.Wallaby’s well regarded wideband spectrum vibration test profile has been widely applied in the field of product testing, irrespective of industry and regardless of the product’s unique features. Recently, the use of FDS and/or Kurtosis as the index of quantitative management has made it possible to reduce the time involved for such tests. Nevertheless, in terms of Kurtosis control, an understanding of the features of the central limit theorem and of Random control is required. A comparison of the existing Kurtosis control methods and their key features will be provided.

16:20 - The test of Autonomous Vehicles with ADAS
KangYoon Lee, CEO, Control Works, KOREA
This presentation deals with various technique to test ADAS and autonomous vehicle system under various environments. It will introduce a simulator with hardware-in-the-loop to test automated valet parking, with cameras and ultrasonic sensors. RF system for testing RADAR sensors. Object-tracking system with a laser scanner. This presentation will introduce how to use these systems and applications.

*This Programme may be subject to change.

Day 2

Tuesday 7 March

10:30 - 16:30 - DAY 2

Moderator
Jaewoo Lee, manager, GM Korea, KOREA

10:30 - Testing safe plastic and shape designs for crash and test conformity
Nam jeong Cho, assistant manager, GM Korea, KOREA
This study on selecting automotive materials aims to satisfy the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 201, which is intended to protect passengers in accidents involving impact to the passenger’s head. A study on the use of safe plastic and shape design in conformity to standards.

10:55 - Novel microphone designs for wind tunnel applications
Niklas Larsen, area manager, G.R.A.S. Sound & Vibration, DENMARK
David Yoon, CEO, Famtech, KOREA
Wind-induced noise is one of the most important noise sources in modern automotive design. This has been further emphasized by the development of cars without traditional gasoline engines as a major noise source. The reduction of internal and external noise sources requires extensive knowledge of hydrodynamic pressure fluctuations found in wind flow, and acoustically transmitted pressure fluctuations. A new generation of precision acoustical pressure transducers allows for the separation of the different pressure fluctuations with minimum disturbance of the flow field.

11:20 - New requirements of EV/PHEV’s EMC evaluation
Sungeun Bang, manager, CanSystem, KOREA
With the introduction of EV/PHEV, cars have become both environmentally-friendly and increasingly efficient and convenient forms of transportation. With the commercialization of EV and PHEV, the automobile industry has been introduced to the novel notion of “Charging the Car. This process, the charging of EV/PHEV, is of the utmost importance. This means that cars are increasingly becoming viewed and treated as yet another form of electronic equipment. A car being charged is like a car connected to an entire system (in the same way as an AC socket or power distribution board in homes). In terms of form, they are starting to be treated the same as other common forms of electronic equipment and appliances. As to the measurement and evaluation of EMC, cars also require EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility), as do all electronic appliances (during the charging process), and this has become the subject of international regulation. Due to the introduction of new charging technology, the automobile industry is now required to adopt effective measures of EMC. Evaluation methods, which have more commonly been used for general electronic equipment, are also now being required. Accordingly, the introduction of new measurement methodologies and technologies have now become necessary. The current study outlines the new standards and testing equipment which will be introduced in the near future.

11:45 - The electrification of cars and other vehicles, along with the complexity of electrical powertrains, electrical engines and control units, causes the need for synchronized measurement solutions for R&D and test
Chan-Ho Kim, sales manager, Dewetron, KOREA
The electrification of cars and other vehicles increases the complexity of electrical powertrains, electrical engines and control units. This increases the need for highly accurate, synchronized measurement solutions for R&D and test. Efficiency aspects, demands of reducing losses and enlarging the range of electrical vehicles boosts the development of battery systems and polyphase electrical motors. Dewetron is a competent partner for standalone and fully integrated multi-signal power analyzers for automotive, HV, battery, electrical powertrain and polyphaser motor analysis/testing. Dewetron multi-signal power analyzer is ideal for HEV and EV testing applications including HEV and EV, train, truck testing; electric powertrain testing, real drive and testbed; battery testing; testing electrical control units and other electrical systems; analysis of electrical, mechanical and environmental parameters.

12:10 - Virtual durability testing and reliability prediction using Sherlock
Hyeong Ahn Kwon, CEO, ExleetEdge, KOREA
Virtual durability testing using PoF, especially on high-reliability applications like automotive, is useful for assessing the reliability of products at the design stage. Virtual durability simulation before building a prototpye provides great benefits in terms of saving money, increasing productivity and improving time to market and customer loyalty. This is why leading global companies adopt it as a critical process to be added to traditional design-build-test-fix (DBTF) data-driven reliability growth methodology.

12:35 - Thermal shock test simulator for cylinder head gasket validation
Osamu Aizawa, Director, Development Technology Department, Japan Metal Gasket Co Ltd, JAPAN
M H Lee, executive director, Metal Fit Korea Co Ltd, JAPAN
The presentation will introduced a new system for cylinder head gasket validation test in quasi-static test condition. In this system, a temperature gradient from -30ºC to 110ºC in a short period of time will simulate actual engine testing condition. This Deep Thermal Shock Test has the advantage of accelerated validation for most of the latest metal layered cylinder head gasket designs. Development time and cost savings are considerable with this system.

13:00 - Implementing safety requirements of micro mobility
Sojung Shim, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
Recent years have seen the introduction to the market of compact and sub-compact cars-and this trend has captured the attention of the market and consumers. One reason is that such cars are lightweight and mostly powered by electricity, resulting in reduced CO2 emissions or even zero emissions, which is in line with the global attempts to reduce CO2. New regulations or safety standards are required as a means of checking performance and guaranteeing safety before these new types of micro and compact cars begin to be widely sold on the market. This research aims to examine ways of introducing automotive safety standards for securing the safety of micro cars and similarly shaped vehicles.

Moderator
Jongsoo Kim, director, Korean Auto Safety Association, KOREA

13:25 - OROS advanced sound quality solution - Build Sound Quality into Your Brand DNA!
Li Yue, product manager, Beijing T&S Technologies Co Ltd, CHINA
Releasing vehicles with the perfect interior sound design is a strong demand in the automotive industry. Providing tools for both objective and subjective approaches, the OROS Sound Quality Solution, aims at making you reach this objective in the most efficient and productive way: from in-vehicle measurement to the final result. The OROS Sound Plus Solution features innovative tools for filtered listening, time-frequency colormaps edition, and psychoacoustic criteria evaluation assisting the ultimate step to the desired sound experience. OROS, as an expert in Noise and Vibration measurement and analysis, let you build sound quality into your brand DNA!

13:50 - Needs and demands for ADAS testing equipment for efficient practical testing
Cheonho Kim, Sales representative of DSD in Korea, DSD, KOREA
DSD has considerable ADAS testing experience as deliverer of 20 ADAS testing platforms to OEMs and Tier 1s in Europe and Asia. The presentation shows the needs of our customers that they figured out by day to day working with ADAS equipment on the proving ground, and how DSD met these needs with its very successful over-runable platform (UFO) and its all-new driving robot (launch in spring 2017) to offer efficient ADAS test equipment.

14:15 - Debugging the CANFD and SENT interface: An analysis
Changhun Oh, application egineer, Teledyne LeCroy Korea, KOREA
This presentation will outline the analysis methodology by using Teledyne LeCroy’s CANbus, CANFD bus, SENT interface decoding, triggering and eye diagrams. The presentation will then explain how the filtering function helps to locate the ID of transmitters which cause product faults. The study describes the verification process and its method used for determining signal quality in the eye diagram including the eye mask. Following this, an explanation will be provided on how to check analogue signals which are recorded by the sensor. This is done by tracking the data, which undergoes constant changes, from the decoding of SENT, SENT SPC and from the decoded value. These decoded values also change constantly.

14:40 - Real-time evaluation of real-drive emission (RDE) data
Rajesh Reddy, product manager, ETAS GmbH, GERMANY
Shinil Kim, measurement & calibration team leader, ETAS/STK1, KOREA
This system provides drivers with information about execution and evaluation of RDE-testdrive focusing on optimization of RDE-testdrive. During RDE-testdrive, the driver will be provided with important visual information about driving route, already driven sections and exhaust emissions, as well as boundary conditions to ensure compliance with legal requirements. This includes predictions about the validity of the route, advice to the driver about distance yet to be travelled in respective cycle (motorway-rural-urban), display of current percentage of valid windows, monitoring of NOx sensor, GPS, PEMS status, memory faults, battery status of PEMS. The concept is fully integrated in the ETAS-INCA toolchain to allow calibration engineers to work with their standard calibration toolchains.

15:05 - Evaluation of fiber orientation analysis methods in Avizo
Eric Ho, product marketing engineer, FEI, KOREA
Computed tomography (CT) is on its way to becoming the de facto standard in the field of material sciences and material development, especially when it comes to the analysis of fibrous materials. It provides full 3D details inside the materials, and enables non-destructive analysis, which may be coupled with either in-situ experiments or numerical simulations to assess the physical properties of the materials. The presentation focuses particularly on the distribution of fiber orientations within the material. It will highlight three different approaches that may operate at different resolutions to provide insights into the fiber orientations.

*This Programme may be subject to change.

Day 3

Wednesday 8 March

10:30 - 12:30 - DAY 3

Moderator
Prof Byoungkee Han, professor, department of mechanical and systems design engineering, Hongik University, KOREA

10:30 - Introduction for characteristics of RDE-LDV (Real Driving Emissions-Light Duty Vehicles) with Euro-6 Vehicles in Korea
Junepyo Cha, professor, Korea National University of Transportation, KOREA
According to the conclusions of recent EU studies, road transport pollution (one of the sources of NOx emission pollution) has not undergone any significant reduction. This is in spite of the EU having endeavoured to gradually strengthen the regulations related to gas emissions. One reason for this is that there has been an increase in the traffic volume and the proportion of diesel cars. More importantly, the methods of verifying and testing the emission levels of diesel cars emission fails to reflect the variety and reality of driving patterns. Therefore, the EC-JRC has recently legislated on the regulation of RDE-LDV (Real driving emissions-light duty vehicle), and has also incrementally stengthened the regulation of RDE-LDV. Reflecting this new EU policy, the Korean government’s Ministry of Environment has been conducting research into how best to evaluate real driving emissions, and has done so by applying PEMS to compact diesel cars. The MoE has now finalized plans for an inspection method which reflects real driving conditions, and this new system will come into force from September 2017.

10:55 - The effective verification of ADAS and autonomous driving using dSPACE solution
Jiho Kim, assistant manager, MDS Technology, KOREA
This presentation proposes tool chains which are necessary elements of real and virtual test driving. It also introduces methods which can help cut both development times and costs through the preliminary stages of product development and validation. This paper will also touch on the future challenges and requirements of ADAS and autonomous driving, requirements for prototyping new functions, verification methods of Autonomous-driving and ADAS and autonomous-driving verification: The dSPACE Approach.

11:20 - Fast measurement of transient gaseous pollutants for Real World Driving Emissions
Jeong-Eun An, sales manager, Parkor Korea Ltd - Korean distributor for Cambustion, KOREA
One of the main reasons of adopting RDE legislation was to capture real world transient emissions and the accurate measurement of these “spikes” of pollutants is an important aspect of solving such problems. Conventional Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS) have a relatively slow response time and are partly limited by mixing in the vehicle’s exhaust and muffler system. This presentation describes the adaptation of ultra-fast gas analyzers to the measurement of pre-muffler transient exhaust emissions. The correlation of such transients with other engine parameters (for example, AFR) allow the engine’s calibrators to identify how best to control the emissions more effectively.

11:45 - Assessment of thermal energy at fire resistance test for REESS
Seulki Lee, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
The market share occupied by electric vehicles is gradually increasing. This is due to regulations on environmental pollution being enforced around the world. This enforcement is being prompted by both climate change from greenhouse gases and the need of alternative energy sources to petroleum energy. Electric cars require the same degree of mechanical integrity as cars with internal combustion engines, as well as high safety standards for energy storage devices and high-powered electrical equipment. The United Nations (UN) has carried out an initial discussion to introduce Global Technical Regulations (GTR) for electric vehicles since 2012, when the Electric Vehicle Safety (EVS) Informal Working Group (IWG) was established. In particular, in terms of fire tests for batteries, South Korea suggested a test method based on domestic safety standards for LPG burners as analternative to the gasoline-based test method proposed by UN R100. This study aims to demonstrate the thermal energy equivalence of both test methods.

12:10 - Development and testing of ADAS using CarMaker technology
Kwanhoe Huh, senior application engineer, IPG Automotive Korea Ltd, KOREA
In this presentation, we will show our new solutions for development and testing of ADAS: the challenges in development and testing of ADAS; virtual test driving solution; ADAS development and test with IPG CarMaker; creating a virtual environment and test scenario for ADAS application; testing solution for camera-based ADAS.

12:35 - Data acquisition and HVAC test bench solutions by Ipetronik
Myung-Sik Kong, technical sales engineer, Ipertronik, KOREA
This presentation reveal the latest news from Ipetronik's pool of solutions: data acquisition hardware, software and test benches for HVAC components and systems.

13:00 - Data logging in the development of vehicles
Jennifer Gerber, sales manager, Telemotive AG
This presentation will propose how data logging solutions work in the real vehicle and what features they support. It also describes the solution that works with CAN FD, the latest vehicle communication standard.

13:25 - Test of electronic stability control and new regulations
Youngdon Jeon, senior researcher, KATRI, KOREA
At the global level, automotive Advanced Safety System Technology is rapidly evolving, and such systems improve drivers’ safety and convenience. Most of the Advanced Safety System Technology is limited to passenger vehicles in its application. This is because commercial vehicles, compared with passenger vehicles, are slower and it is harder to develop and apply such technology to them due to the variety of vehicle types. Even when accidents occur, commercial vehicles are more likely to be involved in large-scale accidents than passenger vehicles. In particular, commercial vehicles have higher occurrence rates of accidents involving rollovers, due to their higher centres of gravity. The Automotive Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system, which hasbeen utilised in passenger vehicles, multi-purpose vehicles, and trucks below 4.5 tons gross weight since January 1, 2015, is an Advanced Safety System Technology system specifically designed to prevent rollover accidents. This system, developed as a combination of brake-related devices such as ABS, TCS, etc., prevents accidents through traction control over each wheel while driving on wet roads or when negotiating curves.

13:50 - Vehicle exhaust gas simulation equipment for turbocharger, EGRC and exhaust components
Sang-Taek Oh, CEO, Seoul Industry Engineering Co Ltd, KOREA
Exhaust gas simulation test equipment will accurately simulate exhaust gas temperature and flow rate. It will significantly reduce operating costs and manpower for testing, and will bring more accurate test results than ever.

14:15 - Development and test of in-vehicle Ethernet networks
Dong-Hoon Lee, technical sales manager, K2L, KOREA
Jong Yeol Park, application egineer, K2L, KOREA
Distributed electronic systems are omnipresent in today's vehicles, consisting of a large number of devices that are connected to each other via different automotive networking technologies like CAN, LIN, CAN-FD, MOST and Ethernet. The focus of this presentation will be automotive Ethernet and the protocols involved in transporting time-sensitive audio and video streams, the mechanisms applied for service discovery and control and the use cases of Ethernet tools in the automotive development cycle. Finally, the experiences from the development of an AVB/MOST gateway demo will be shared with the audience.

*This Programme may be subject to change.

 
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