On October 21 - 22, 2021, the 5th Shanghai-Stuttgart-Symposium will be held as a hybrid conference.
The Shanghai-Stuttgart-Symposium is aimed at engineers and scientists in the automotive industry. With more than 60 presentations, the symposium offers the latest findings from research and development and provides a platform for an exchange of views between experts. This year, the focus is on topics such as Automotive Aero-Dynamics and Lightweight, Autonomous Vehicle, Fuel Cell Vehicle and Powertrain and Electrical Propulsion Technology.
For the first time, TWT will also be represented at the Shanghai-Stuttgart-Symposium and, together with Dr.-Ing. Dan Keilhoff from the University of Stuttgart, will give a presentation on "New Mobility at the Campus: Virtual Validation of Mobility Concepts at the University of Stuttgart Using Tronis®".
The presentation will provide insights into current research work at the so-called Mobility Living Lab at the University of Stuttgart, where the campus is becoming CO2-neutral through an innovative mobility concept. The development and validation of automated driving functions for the future campus shuttle and autonomous e-scooters is a major challenge that can be supported by modern simulation environments. We demonstrate the virtual validation of scenarios in such automated, connected and autonomous driving applications with Tronis®.
Would you like to learn more? Visit our presentation at the Shanghai-Stuttgart-Symposium. More information about when and how the presentation will take place will be available soon on the Shanghai-Stuttgart Symposium page.