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Flanders Make ledenevenement bij Siemens PLM Software

Op 29 maart organiseren we naar jaarlijkse gewoonte een netwerkevenement voor onze leden. Gastheer is Siemens PLM Software (Interleuvenlaan 68, 3001 Leuven). 

Het thema van deze editie is autonome systemen. Voertuigautomatisering staat hoog op de internationale agenda en is dan ook een belangrijke pijler in het onderzoek dat wij voeren. Vlaamse bedrijven timmeren mee aan de weg en richten zich daarbij vaak op niche-toepassingen zoals openbaar vervoer, hulpdiensten, schoonmaakvoertuigen, afvaltrucks, heftrucks, grasmaaiers, landbouwvoertuigen en zo meer. We laten drie sprekers aan het woord die elk op hun beurt voertuigautomatisering belichten en hun visie over autonomie geven. 

Siemens was een van de partners in een project rond zelfrijdende bussen (bekijk hier de video). Het project is afgelopen maar de ontwikkelde technologieën worden nu door de projectpartners verder omgezet naar concrete producten en diensten. Het ontwikkelde demonstratievoertuig fungeert als open onderzoeksplatform om voertuig- en systeemautomatisering verder in de Vlaamse bedrijven binnen te rijden en hen zo een competitief voordeel te bieden. Na de presentaties biedt Siemens een rondleiding in hun gebouwen, en vertellen ze meer over het automatiseringstraject waar we samen aan gewerkt hebben. We sluiten af met een netwerkdrink. 

Programma

15u30 Ontvangst

16u00 Welkomstwoord
Door Dirk Torfs, CEO, Flanders Make
Door Jan Leuridan, CEO, Siemens PLM Software NV & Exec VP Simulation and Testing Solutions

16u10 Supporting the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry
Door Dirk Torfs, CEO, Flanders Make

The challenge for autonomous systems is substantial. They will only be accepted if we can fully trust them. A prerequisite for success is the availability of smart sensors, computational power and learning & decision making capabilities as well as the (inter)connectivity of the vehicles, machines and tools to be used. Multi-context adaptability can be targeted now, enabling safe, robust and adaptable products to become intelligent actors fitting in agile environments. With its renewed research strategy, Flanders Make remains committed to support the manufacturing industry in its journey to continuously innovate at a high speed and to embrace and support the digital transformation of the industry.

16u30 SimcenterTM: The Digital Innovation Platform to realize the Performance Digital Twin
Door Jan Leuridan, CEO, Siemens PLM Software NV & Exec VP Simulation and Testing Solutions

The Digital Twin, for product creation, realization and utilization, is the state of the art approach companies follow to deliver innovation. Digitally mirroring the product in all its physical aspects over its entire lifecycle can present several advantages, such as more effective development, better manufacturing precision, smart product behavior and many more. The Simcenter simulation and testing solutions portfolio, built on the legacy of LMS solutions, CD-Adapco, Tass and others, allows manufacturers to create and maintain a Digital Twin in support of product engineering. This one will allow simultaneous optimization of various performance aspects from the very beginning of the design cycle,  by providing an integrated view on the product, including software and controls.

16u50 Autonomous Vehicle Research and Test Infrastructure 
Door Bert Paquet, Cluster Manager Motion Products, Flanders Make

Within the competence cluster Motion Products, Flanders Make is leveraging past and planned research in the area of functional safety, path planning, control and ADAS information functions to enable the Flemish industry to level up on future evolutions. Focusing on self-driving buses for public transport, a research platform for self-driving vehicles is available that will place Flemish technology in the international spotlights. The platform will allow Flemish OEMs, TIER1, infrastructure, component and service provides to research and provide a proof of concept of their products on system level.

17u10 Development and validation of Automated Driving and Integrated Safety systems
Door Gwen van Vugt, Director Mobility Center, TASS International

TASS International’s vision is that the most effective way to develop and validate automated driving systems is by using a combination of simulation, laboratory experiments and real-world testing. Simulation results are used to define the physical experiments, whereas experimental results are used to validate the simulations. Our methodology and tool-suite enables our customers to validate automated driving systems at a much earlier stage and for much smaller investments. In addition to this, TASS International also provides a wide range of engineering and consultancy services for automated vehicle development.

17u30 Connected Automated Driving: from the near to the full potential
Door Maurice Kwakkernaat, Programme Manager Automated Driving and Integrated Vehicle Safety, TNO 

TNO is convinced that the full potential of automated driving can only be achieved using cooperative and connected automated technology. TNO is playing an important role in cooperative vehicle automation and safety assessment, acting as a valuable research, development and knowledge partner, with unique expertise, tools and research facilities for many automotive OEMs and TIER1 suppliers in the world. We are focusing on connected automated driving applications, enabling technologies and assessment methodologies with the goal to accelerate development and deployment of automated driving.

17u50 Conclusies
Door Dirk Torfs, CEO, Flanders Make

18u00 Rondleiding demonstratoren en netwerkdrink 

20u00 Einde 
 

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Datum: 
29/03/2018 -
15:30 tot 20:00
Plaats: 
Siemens PLM Software, Interleuvenlaan 68, 3001 Leuven