About the Conference

Classic vehicles are turning into mobile, software-defined vehicles and IoT devices. Vehicles of the future require the highest computing performance, with more powerful control units and compliance with continuously stricter standards. Challenges include security, functional safety, cloud connectivity, increased design complexity, and more. At ACC we rethink traditional approaches to fit the way we work in the automotive industry. Our renowned speakers will dive into the topic of automotive high-performance computing on many different aspects.

Our Focus Topic in 2022

How will intelligence be distributed in future zone-based E/E architectures?

The automotive industry is gearing towards zone-based architectures, leading to improved scalability, system performance, more efficient distribution of data and energy consumption, at lower costs. We will look at the key technical and economical questions on the road ahead.

Our 2022 Speakers

Martin Bornemann
Director Systems Mobility Architecture Group APTIV
Marco Giudici
Product Manager Alkalee
Martin Hiller
Technical Leader - Logical Elements and Programming Architecture Volvo Car Group
Matt Jones
Head of Global Technology & VP / CPO Engineering & Product Ford Motor Company

Why Join ACC

Join experts in discussion

The hybrid conference is an intensive program for managers, project managers, and lead architects, focusing on best practices in the automotive industry. We encourage an open dialog among attendees and participants on opportunities, innovations, and challenges on the topic of automotive high-performance computing.

Network

Enjoy various opportunities to expand your professional network and make the most out of the day

Connect

Use the opportunity to get in touch with your peers and other industry experts – live or virtually

Get inspired

Listen to captivating speeches from renowned speakers and hear about new approaches

Sit back

Enjoy an exciting speaker lineup – either live in Frankfurt or from the comfort of your desk

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