The Automotive Test Expo (ATE) in Stuttgart, in the heart of the German auto industry, is one of the grandest showcases of technology driving the future of the auto indsutry. We were on the ground during the event in Stuttgart. Here's a summary of our time there.
This year,we’vecreated a series of new technical sessions focused onDesign and ArchitectureandSoftware Engineeringby partnering withseveralsubject matter experts and leveraging LabVIEW Champions inmanyfields and industries.
Millennials have a reputation for embracing technology to share information, stay connected, and improve their productivity. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is doing the same for production machines.
At NIWeek 2017, we saw how our partnerships are inspiring innovation in automotive development and test. One of the key underlying trends enabling these innovations is the evolution of in-vehicle networks (IVNs), namely Automotive Ethernet.
Four of our Germany-based Alliance Partners formed a collaboration called ADAS iiT. Their technology, based on the NI platform, moves the testing of safety critical systems in vehicles from the road to the lab table.
Faster time-to-market is critical right now for automakers investing in this technology, so there’s a drastic increase in the need for automated testing for automotive testers. The automaker that masters this market first will cement their market share.
Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) Europe is one of the most important expos for the automotive industry. Honestly, we’re excited to see the emerging tech at the show since the market trend toward autonomous vehicles is becoming so competitive.