Technical Webcast Series from the editors of SAE:
Efficient Model-Based Development
Available On-Demand Until April 24, 2015
Model-based development is an efficient iterative process that allows engineers to improve quality and deliver on the demanding needs of product variants in the current competitive environment. However, the MBD process leads to the generation of large volumes of data artifacts and work products. To maintain efficiency while continuously improving the quality of products in the MBD paradigm, it is necessary to be able to manage this data in an effective manner that is supportive of the development process. This free 60-minute webcast will examine the requirements for a model-based verification and validation environment and present data-management solutions that increase process efficiency. Webcast attendees will be invited to interact with the experts during a question-and-answer segment.
Allen, Lead Technical Specialist for Simulation and Test
Systems, dSPACE Inc.
Jace Allen, Lead Technical Specialist for Simulation and Test Systems at dSPACE Inc., has designed and managed more than 200 hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) system implementations for various customers. In the past 20 years, he has handled many diverse modeling, controls, and simulation test applications in the automotive, commercial vehicle, and aerospace areas. His background includes model and core product development for vehicle powertrain, safety/security systems, and software development with embedded controls tools.
|Talus Park, Skill Team
Leader, Calibration, AVL Powertrain Engineering
Talus Park is the Calibration Skill Team Leader at AVL Powertrain Engineering based in Plymouth, Michigan. He is responsible for diesel and gasoline engine calibration, transmission calibration, and certification services throughout North America. His team is focused on utilizing innovative tools and methods to deliver high-quality calibration projects with maximum efficiency. He has more than 14 years of experience in the transportation industry focused on calibration and earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from West Virginia University.
Development Manager, MathWorks |
Gavin Walker leads one of the Simulink Core Development groups. He has been with MathWorks for more than 15 years and is based in the Cambridge, U.K. office. For many years, he worked in the MathWorks Consulting Services group, specializing in configuration management systems and advanced simulation techniques. Gavin received his Ph.D. from the Control Group of Cambridge University Engineering Department, researching the fundamental limits of vehicle suspension systems, and was part of the team that developed the inerter. He is a regular speaker for MathWorks, focusing on the ways in which MATLAB and Simulink can support teams working together to efficiently solve demanding, complex problems.
Lisa Arrigo, SAE International