Autonomous Vehicle Development: Digitalization from Chip to City


Duration:60 minutes


Autonomous Vehicles will be computers on wheels. This drastically impacts traditional vehicle development processes. It’s no longer about chassis and combustion engines; the future success of carmakers depends on autonomous driving and inclusion in mobility-as-a-service offerings.

During this webinar, attendees will learn more about:

  • Closed-loop vehicle development, integrating data driven and physics-based approaches
  • Digitalization throughout the supply chain: From chip, through system and vehicle, up to city level mobility systems
  • Massive validation and verification; testing autonomous vehicle technology in 100.000s of relevant test cases
  • The identification of unknown-unsafe corner case scenarios to drive falsification approaches

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Matthieu Worm

Director, Autonomous Vehicles

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Matthieu Worm drives the program for the ADAS and autonomous driving domain within the Simulation and Test Solutions group of Siemens Digital Industries Software. He has brought coherency and consistency in the Simcenter solution portfolio for the development of autonomous systems and continues to work on the integration, extension and deepening of the offering. Before working at Siemens, he was engineering manager at Moog, developing high-end driving simulators and automotive test equipment. Matthieu started his working career at Toyota Motor Europe as vehicle safety engineer. He earned master’s degrees in Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology and in Business Administration at Antwerp Management School.

Martijn Schut

Business Development Manager, Autonomous Vehicles

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Martijn Schut is business development manager automated driving within Siemens Digital Industry Software. He has 20 years of experience in increasingly responsible roles as project and business manager in ICT, mobility and automotive industry. 3,5 years ago, he left Siemens to start working at TASS International which has been acquired by Siemens 3 years ago. TASS International complements the Siemens ADAS offering of virtual and physical verification, validation and certification. As a business developer for Automated driving, Martijn has a global responsibility to drive the virtual and physical validation and verification roadmap and tool chain together with product management for Siemens.

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