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Automobile 2017

Sessions / Tracks

Track 1: Automotive Engine

As of 2013 there was an inclusive variability of propulsion systems available or possibly available for automobiles and other vehicles. Alternatives included internal combustion engines fuelled by diesel, propane, petrol, or natural gas; hybrid vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, plug-in hybrids fuelled by hydrogen and all electric cars. Fuelled vehicles appeared to have the short term benefit due to the limited range and high cost of batteries. Some alternatives required construction of a network of fuelling or charging stations. With no compelling benefit for any specific option car makers pursued parallel growth tracks using a diversity of options. Reducing the weight of vehicles was one approach being employed.


Track 2: Automotive Vehicles and Design Technology

Automotive design is the work involved in the growth of the appearance, and to some scope the ergonomics, of motor vehicles or more specially road vehicles. This most usually refers to automobiles but moreover refers to motorcycles, buses, trucks, coaches, and vans. The functional design and development of a recent motor vehicle is usually done by a large team from several different disciplines involved within automotive engineering. Automotive design is trained by designers who frequently have an art background and a degree in transportation design or industrial design.


Track 3: Fuel Economy

The fuel economy of a vehicle or automobile is the fuel efficiency relationship between the distance travelled and the quantity of fuel consumed by the vehicle. Consumption can be stated in terms of volume of fuel to cover a distance, or the distance covered per unit volume of fuel consumed. Since fuel consumption of automobiles is a major factor in air pollution, and subsequently importation of motor fuel can be a huge part of a nation's foreign trade, many countries execute requirements for fuel economy.


Track 4: Alternate Energy Sources

Alternative energy is any energy source that is an alternative to fossil fuel. These alternatives are intended to address concerns about such fossil fuels, such as its high carbon dioxide emissions, an important factor in global warming. Ocean, wind and solar power are some sources of alternative energy. The nature of what constitutes an alternative energy source has changed considerably over time, as have controversies regarding energy use. Because of the variety of energy choices and differing goals of their advocates, defining some energy types as "alternative" is considered controversial.


Track 5: Automotive Electronics

Automotive electronics are several electrically-generated systems used in road automobiles, such as: carputers, in-car entertainment systems, telematics, etc. Automotive electronics initiated from the need to control engines. The first electronic parts were used to control engine functions and were mentioned to as engine control units (ECU). As electronic controls initiated to be used for further automotive applications, the acronym ECU took on the more common meaning of "electronic control unit", and then specific ECU's were developed. Now, ECU's are modular includes engine control modules (ECM) or transmission control modules (TCM).


Track 6: Vehicular Automation and Automatic Driving

Vehicular automation includes the use of mechatronics, artificial intelligence, and multi-agent system to support a vehicle's operator. These structures and the vehicles employing them may be labelled as intelligent or smart. A vehicle using automation for tough tasks, especially navigation, may be stated to as semi-autonomous. A vehicle relying exclusively on automation is consequently stated to as robotic or autonomous. After the development of the integrated circuit, the sophistication of automation technology improved. Manufacturers and researchers successively added a range of automated functions to automobiles and other vehicles.


Track 7: Tire Science and Technology

On the surface, tires may not seem even slightly complex. Rubber compound, steel belts, and air: that’s all there is to it. Decades ago that may have been the case, particularly for the consumer market, but in modern years tire manufacturers (including start-ups) are building completely new ideas of tire construction that yield more long-lasting, higher performance, and safer products that are every bit as valuable as other automotive advancements.


Track 8: Braking System

A brake is a mechanical device that obstructs motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. It is used for decelerating or stopping a moving vehicle, axle, wheel, or to prevent its motion, most often accomplished by means of friction.


Track 9: Automotive Safety

Automobile safety is the study and practice of design, equipment, construction and regulation to minimize the occurrence and consequences of traffic crashes. Road traffic safety more largely includes roadway design.


Track 10: Automotive Cyber Security

Modern vehicles contain computer systems that enable navigation, communication and entertainment. These units have the potential to generate evidence for a criminal or civil investigation. Research work undertaken thus far looks at applying digital forensic data recovery techniques to a number of automobile systems, both original equipment manufacturer and aftermarket. A number of challenges are faced by the community and are presented along with case studies, data analysis and suggestions for future work.


Track 11: Automotive Testing

It is very important to do the needful testing for any vehicles or automobile before launching or bring it for market. Automotive testing will help to identify any error or mistakes happened for the vehicle. The below topics are comes under Automotive testing.


Track 12: Automotive Industry

The automotive industry is a wide variety of companies and organizations involved in the design, manufacturing, development, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles, several of them are called automakers. It is one of the world's most essential economic sectors by revenue.


Track 13: Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) in Automobiles

Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), also well-known as noise and vibration (N&V), is the study and modification of the noise and vibration features of vehicles, mostly cars and trucks. While noise and vibration can be readily measured, harshness is a particular quality, and is measured either via "jury" valuations, or with analytical tools that can deliver results reflecting human subjective imitations. These latter tools belong to the field known as "psychoacoustics." Interior NVH contracts with noise and vibration experienced by the occupants of the cabin, while exterior NVH is largely concerned with the noise released by the vehicle, and includes drive-by noise testing.


Track 14: Automotive Ergonomics

Use of ergonomic and cognitive ideas and their application has long been utilized by automobile manufacturers to make motors as a lot as protect and relaxed to the customer. The primary objective of inner layout of any car is to maximise the consolation and satisfaction of the passengers. Concepts like HVAC Systems and climate manipulate, automotive force Interfaces, Anthropometric databases, Comfort Factors, Ergonomics and Comfort Design, riding Simulators, Driver Friendly structures and area research, Digital Human Body Modelling etc. are primarily considered when designing the interior of an automobile.


Track 15: Automobile Pollution and Control Management

Motor automobile emissions make a contribution to air pollutants and are a major ingredient in the creation of smog in some large towns. Transportation contributed more than half of the carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides, and almost a quarter of the hydrocarbons emitted into our air.


Track 16: Emerging Trends in Automotive Engineering

According to research on the World Car of the Year Study in 2014, the key emerging car trends are efficiency, lightweight materials, design, connectivity and new energy. The similar study conducted in 2016 focused on connectivity in cars and the trends that go along side it including safety, autonomous driving, and smartphone integration.

About Conference

ConferenceSeries Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend ''3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile Engineering (Automobile 2017)'' during September 28-29, 2017 at Berlin, Germany which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Automobile 2017 Conference is an automotive engineering expo which is comprised of 16 scientific sessions and 100+ sub-sessions which have designed to offer comprehensive review and discussion on the current topics and issues of automotive engineering and auto industry. Automotive engineering expo 2017 is one of the few global automotive conferences, which covers all the fields of automotive engineering. In order to make Automobile 2017 conference will make the perfect platform for global networking as it brings together renowned speakers, researchers, business persons across the globe to a most exciting and memorable scientific event filled with much enlightening interactive sessions, world class exhibition and poster presentations. 

Target Audience:

  • Engineers who are specialized on the specific fields like Automotive engineers, Electronics Engineers, Mechanical Engineers.
  • Automotive industry professionals
  • Automobile Manufacturers,
  • Auto Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Automotive Part Manufacturers.
  • Green Vehicle Manufacturers
  • Car Retailers
  • Software Publishing Houses specializing in Vehicle Design software’s
  • Automobile Engineering Associations, and Societies
  • Mechanical and Automotive engineering institutes
  • Business Entrepreneurs

Market Analysis

Germany is Europe’s number one automotive market in production and sales terms; accounting for around 30 percent of all passenger cars manufactured and almost 20 percent of all new registrations. Germany also boasts the largest concentration of OEM plants in Europe. There are currently 41 OEM sites located in Germany. German OEM market share in Western Europe was more than 51 percent in 2015. Germany is conveniently located next to Poland, the biggest Eastern European market with passenger car unit sales of 355.000 (eight percent annual increase) in 2015.

The automotive industry is the largest industry sector in Germany. In 2015, the auto sector recorded turnover of EUR 404 billion – around 20 percent of total German industry revenue. The automobile industry is one of the largest employers in Germany, with a workforce of around 792,500 in 2015; an increase of almost two percent compared to the previous year.

The Germany automotive industry will perform best in the developing world in the years ahead. At home, the sector will consolidate its leading market position, largely as a result of development and growth in the premium market segment. The European share of value added in the premium vehicle segment will be more pronounced than in other regions, where the segment is comparatively small or negligible. China will remain a strong performer in the volume segment, with India also recording a significant increase in demand in the small vehicle segment. The US vehicle market is in upturn mode and one of the most important sales markets for German OEMs. In global comparison, Europe is the most promising automotive investment location in value-added terms.

German companies represent 10 percent of European manufacturing companies and generate 27 percent of total EU turnover in this sector. In fact, the manufacturing sector represents more than one fifth of Germany’s “value added” – one of the highest shares in Europe. Increasingly more international companies are placing their faith in Germany as a vital production site location, and are benefiting from superior productivity rates and the country’s excellent business framework of stable labour costs, excellent production standards, and a highly skilled workforce.

In order to maintain European automotive industry competitiveness and sustainability, the European Commission set up the CARS 2020 Action Plan in 2012. Consisting of concrete policy initiative proposals, CARS 2020 directly addresses the opportunities opening up in emerging economies. Central to the initiative’s objectives are four areas of activity: 1. the promotion of investment in advanced technologies and innovation for clean vehicles; 2. Improve market conditions; 3. Support industry in accessing the global market; 4. Pro- mote investment in skills and training. Research and innovation activities will be streamlined under the European Green Vehicle Initiative, with European Investment Bank cooperation providing small and medium-sized enterprises with access to credit.


Past Conference Report

Automobile 2016

The 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile Engineering was held in Valencia, Spain during December 01 - 02, 2016.

Automobile 2016 was based on the theme of “Exploring Advances in Automobile Engineering”. The highly exalted conference hosted by Conference Series LLC was marked with the attendance of automotive engineering experts, business & academic delegates and talented students representing more than 15 countries around the world. The conference covered every aspect and area related to the modern applications of automotive engineering.  

The primary focus of the conference was on subjects like Automotive Design & Vehicle Electronics, IC Engine & Automotive Transmission, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, Fuel Economy, Automotive Manufacturing, Alternate Energy Sources, Automotive Industry, Automotive Safety, Automation in Driving, Automotive Ergonomics, NVH in Automobiles, Pollution by Automobiles, and several other prominent areas of automotive industry. The two days event implanted a firm relation of upcoming strategies in the field of Automotive engineering between the scientific and the industrial community. The conceptual and applicable knowledge shared, will also foster organizational collaborations to nurture scientific accelerations.

We are thankful to all our speakers for encouraging and supporting us to conduct the conference and catapulting the same to pinnacle of success.

The Organizing Committee would like to thank the moderator Ms. Anna Lykke Lundholm-Andersen, Marketing Coordinator, Valcon Design A/S, Denmark for her contribution and support which resulted in smooth functioning of the conference.

Also we would like to thanks MS-Schramberg, Germany to be an Exhibitor for Automobile 2016. Our special thanks to the sponsors Grafen Biotech, Allied Academies, Meeting International and Pulsus.

A series of invited lectures by Honorable guest and members of the Keynote Forum marked the commencement of the event. Prominent people like Dr. Francisco Trinidad of Exide Technologies, Spain, Dr. Kadir Aydin of Çukurova University, Turkey, Dr. Hakan Kaleli of Yıldız Technical University, Austria, Mr. Janus Juul Rasmussen of Valcon Design A/S, Denmark, Mr. Gareth Dafydd Owen Davies of University of South Wales, UK., Dr. Derya Haroglu of Erciyes University, Turkey, Mr. Pawel Adamski of Technical University of Lodz, Poland, Dr. Jana Vychytilová of Tomas Bata University in Zlin, The Czech Republic, Dr. Sangwook Han of Korea Automotive Technology Institute, Korea, Dr. Dohee Kim of Hyundai Motor Company, Korea, Dr. Akın Oktav of Bogazici University, Turkey; gave their fruitful contributions in the form of highly informative presentations and made the conference an intimate yet extremely productive meeting of professionals. Poster presentations by Grafen Biotech, Turkey and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland were also featured at the conference. Additionally, in order to promote the spread of automotive engineering in the future scientists and engineers, a Young Researcher Forum was conducted at the conference, in which young and enthusiastic students from renowned institutions like RMIT University, Concordia University, etc have participated.

2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile Engineering, Automobile 2016 would not have been a success if not with the support of International, Multi-Professional Steering Committee and Coordination from Advances in Automobile Engineering; Journal of Material Sciences & Engineering; Journal of Pollution Effects & Control, to whom we express our deep sense of gratitude.

We are delighted to announce 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile Engineering, Automobile 2017, as a continuum. The event will be held during September 28-29, 2017 in Berlin, Germany. Mark your calendars; we are hoping to see you soon!

Let us meet again @ Automobile 2017


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1. Advances in Automobile Engineering 2. Journal of Material Sciences & Engineering 3. Journal of Pollution Effects & Control

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