12th International CTI Conference

Automotive Diagnostic Systems

Europeans first and biggest meeting point for diagnostic experts CTI - Car Training Institute ConferenceMarch 24 and 25, 2015, Stuttgart

Programme

Training will be in German!

INTRODUCTION TRAINING
CAR DIAGNOSTICS

23 March 2015 at University of Applied Sciences Esslingen
Start: 9.30 a.m. / End 5 p.m.

Chairman: Prof. Dr Norbert Schreier

Practical introduction to car diagnostics

  • Car diagnostics – how does it work at a car repair shop?
  • What functions do OBD and vehicle self diagnostics include?
  • What computer based diagnostic functions does the external diagnosis offer?
  • How does guided troubleshooting work?
  • What is the state of the art in car diagnostics?
  • What are the latest developments in diagnostics technology?
  • Can diagnostics be used in other areas of the automotive industry?

Practical application:
Demonstration of all basic diagnostic functions using a selected workshop diagnostics system on a latest car model and application

  • Identification of vehicle and control unit readout and delete fault memory, actual values
  • Switch inputs, actuators
  • Tests, coding
  • Adjustment, maintenance
  • Repair, programming etc.

Teamwork:
Practical troubleshooting on cars

MAIN CONFERENCE

24 March 2015, Day one: Start: 9 a.m. / End: 5.30 p.m. / Evening event: 6 p.m.
Coffee, Tea, Soft drinks, Snacks and Lunch will be provided

8.30-9.00
Registration for conference

9.00-9.15
Welcome address and introduction by CTI and the chairman Prof. Dr Norbert Schreier

Chairman: Prof. Dr Norbert Schreier

9.15-9.45
Development of market driven service diagnosis solutions and their diagnosis roll-out in BRIC states

  • How to handle errors of complex systems in the emerging markets (with less system know-how)?
  • GTS platforms for powertrain
  • All-in-one solutions (platform development, handbook, integration into Grade-X, ODX-Toolchain)
  • Market driven – builder model

Udo Kalbfell, Project Leader OES Diagnsotic Solutions for BRIC-States, Robert Bosch GmbH

9.45-10.15
Diagnosis – the challenge in cooperation between OEMs

  • Diagnostic is not plug and play
  • Introduction of different cooperation models
  • Diagnostic is not only integration in after sales tester
  • Differencies in OEM specific standards have to be handled in engineering, production and after sales
  • ISO, AUTOSAR and ASAM standards are a good basis for cooperation – but it is not all
  • Diagnostic in 2020 – the challenges for cooperations

Simon Stimmler, Manager Cooperations Diagnostics& Reprogramming, Daimler AG

10.15-10.45
New opportunities using "advanced analytics" and "big data" with vehicle data

  • The secrets behind "advanced analytics" and "big data"
  • Contributions for the entire process chain from development to after sales
  • Practical examples and lessons learned

Dr Johann Prenninger, Head of Field Data Analysis, BMW Group

10.45-11.15
Questions and discussion with the speakers

11.15-11.45
Networking break in the exhibition

11.45-12.15
Why we need a harmonized interface between vehicles and the cloud

  • Definition of a cloud interface (basic tasks, suggested configuration for vehicles)?
  • Applicable standards, requirements for additional standardization
  • Vehicle interaction with the cloud
  • Supporting end-2-end-diagnostics
  • Chances & risks

Dr Roman Cunis, Senior Consultant Diagnostics, ServiceXpert GmbH &
Matthias Weber, Senior Manager Global System Integration, Continental Engineering Services GmbH

12.15-12.45
Connected and augmented – the technician of the future

  • Enabling workshop technicians to be more effective in diagnostic and repair procedures from near or far
  • Guide and inform the technician to secure process reliability
  • Diagnostics of the future combined with the knowledge of experts

Phil Hornby, Technical Specialist Diagnostics and Services, Continental Automotive Trading UK Ltd.

12.45-1.00
Questions and discussion with the speakers

1.00-2.15
Networking lunch in the exhibition

2.15-2.45
Interactive remote diagnostics for vehicles worldwide – chances and challenges
Ralf Abramowitsch, Senior Software Development Engineer, Vector Informatik GmbH

2.45-3.15
Modular car concept for combustion and electric drivetrain – data acquisition for diagnosis and performance
Michael Biggel, Development Manager Mechanical Systems, University of Applied Sciences Esslingen

3.15-3.30
Questions and discussion with the speakers

3.30-4.00
Networking break in the exhibition

4.00-4.30
Driving for change with OTX as an enabler

  • Diagnostic challenges for an OEM service organisation
  • Application of OTX in the end-end diagnostic and repair lifecycle
  • Beyond OTX

Philip Ward, Manager Diagnostics & Service Products, Ford of Europe

4.30-5.00
Leading change: principles of a diagnostic renewal projects

  • Changes beyond ODX
  • How to connect vehicle- and diagnostic development
  • Rollout and the big bang theory

Marcel Wendland, Head of R&D, AVL DiTEST

5.00-5.30
Questions and discussion with the speakers

5.30
End of the first conference day

6.00
CTI invites you to a dinner in a relaxed atmosphere. Here you will get the opportunity to deepen your conversation and to network.

MAIN CONFERENCE

25 March 2015, Day two: Start: 9 a.m. / End: 3.00 p.m.
Coffee, Tea, Soft drinks, Snacks and Lunch will be provided

9.00-9.30
Flashing over the air – case study and outlook
Guido Rulhof,
Group Leader, Bosch Automotive Service Solution GmbH

9.30-10.00
Challenges in cooperative analytics of diagnostic data - Beyond the OEM data

  • Collecting diagnostic data across the supply chain
  • More input: multiple sources within the product life cycle
  • Adding value by integrating all available data sources
  • The Challenges: data ownership, quality, modeling, integration, and more
  • Tackling the challenges: PRO-Opt, a research project funded by the German Ministry of Economics

Dr Simon Becker, Product Portfolio Manager, DSA Daten- und Systemtechnik GmbH

10.00-10.30
Guided troubleshooting efficiently streamlined – an automotive diagnostic reality based on ODX/OTX

  • Simplifying complex diagnostic processes covering high quality expert knowledge mixed with feedback from the field by a central knowledge base
  • Knowledge platform to unify diagnostic processes, treatment instructions, spare parts and tools around the globe, for all service shops
  • OEM case study presenting automotive diagnostics excellence with a new innovative information tool chain
  • Latest technology for an integrated editorial and runtime tester, supporting standards like ODX/OTX and EURO-5/RMI

Eddie Mönch, Senior Sales Manager, Empolis Information Management GmbH

10.30-11.00
Questions and discussion with the speakers

11.00-11.30
Networking break in exhibition

11.30-12.30
Round Table Session
Join in the discussions at hosted theme-tables. Write, draw or sketch your thoughts and ideas. Switch between theme-tables – take your ideas forward.

12.30-1.30
Networking lunch in the exhibition

1.30-2.00
OTX is growing up – news from the standardization

  • New OTX extensions
  • OTX as an integrator for test tasks in the field of MCD
  • Calibration sequence language – CSL
  • Open test language – OTL

Dr Jörg Supke, General Manager, EMOTIVE GmbH & Co. KG

2.00-2.30
Three clicks and the script is running: Programming concepts for creating diagnostic procedures using OTX with particular regard to changing user requirements

  • The OTX dilemma: Flexibility versus usability
  • Diagnostic tasks along the development process in engineering, manufacturing and aftersales
  • Typical roles implying different knowhow and approaches of diagnostic experts when using OTX
  • Putting it all together: Programming concepts to address the wide range of OTX users

Matthias Meyer, Product Manager, Softing Automotive Electronics GmbH

2.30-3.00
Questions and discussion with the speakers

3.00
End of the conference "Automotive Diagnostic Systems"