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On Our Own

Networked Thinking: Chassis as an Overall System

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 The latest developments in the technology areas of chassis, steering, brakes and tires/wheels will be discussed in chassis.tech plus 2023. ATZlive invites you to Munich (Germany) on June 20 and 21, 2023. Participation is also possible virtually via live stream. Register now!

The 14th International Munich Chassis Symposium will once again bring the chassis community together in 2023 to discuss current developments in detail. Technical experts in suspension, steering, brakes and tires/wheels, as well as ADAS and automated driving can use the chassis symposium to obtain the latest information and exchange ideas on current developments across disciplines.

You can look forward to more than 50 wide-ranging papers, including keynote lectures by Franciscus van Meel (BMW M), Dr. Davide Danesin (Maserati), Prof. Dr. Christof Ebert (Vector Consulting Services), and Bernd Korte (Continental Tires) on the frst day of the symposium, and experience the new module of interaction with the plenum. On the second day, Thomas Sprengel (Porsche Engineering Services) and Victor Underberg
(Lamborghini) will present their keynote lectures.

Key topics of chassis.tech plus 2023 include:

  • tailor-made and innovative chassis systems
  • integrated chassis systems
  • smart steering systems
  • modern brake systems
  • reliable tire-wheel components.

Four Congresses in one event

The frst day of the event will be taken up by an interdisciplinary chassis.tech plus section with keynotes in the morning and two parallel sessions of lectures in the afternoon. Overarching topics from the feld of vehicle dynamics and automated driving will be addressed before the symposium divides into the four parallel specialist sections chassis.tech, steering.tech, brake.tech and tire.wheel.tech on the second day. In the afternoon, the parallel sections will merge together again for the interdisciplinary section chassis.tech plus.

chassis.tech plus is aimed at manufacturers of passenger cars and commercial vehicles and their suppliers, development service providers, universities and research institutes, manufacturers of measuring, testing and simulation systems, as well as authorities, associations and testing institutes.

Information about the Event

Date:

June 20 and 21, 2023

Venue:

Munich (Germany) or virtually via live stream

Scientific Director:

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer, Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences

Cooperation Partner:

TÜV Süd AG

Media Partner:

ATZ, ATZelectronics

Scientific Partner:IAVSD

Participation Fee on-site in Munich:

1695.00 euros plus VAT

Participation Fee virtually via live stream:995.00 euros plus VAT

Further Information:

https://www.atzlive.com/chassis
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