Chennai; 10 October, 2023: MathWorks, the leading developer of mathematical computing software, has successfully concluded its second MathWorks Automotive Conference 2023 in Pune and Chennai. The event brought together engineers, automotive industry professionals, researchers, and academicians from across the country to discuss the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in the automotive industry.
Ramamurthy Mani, Engineering Director of MathWorks, delivered the keynote address, “Architecting Software-Defined Vehicles through Model-Based Design,” that shows how automotive engineers can use Model-Based Design for software architecture conceptualization, component design, software integration, and testing to enable higher quality and reliability of the final product. In addition, this year’s conference gathered noteworthy industry leaders and decision makers, including Sanjeev Madhav and Asawad Kulkarni from Tata Consultancy Services, Sivakumar Uppaluri from Volvo, Bhanu Prakash Padiri from Continental, Ujwala Karle from The Automotive Research Association of India, Neema Nair from Cummins, Dr. Philip Jose from Mahindra Last Mile Mobility, Bhupesh Tekade and Armelle Guerin from Renault Nissan Technology & Business Center India, Hariharan Lakshminarayanan from Stellantis, Dr.Manaswini Rath from KPIT, Gerd Winkler from Vitesco Technologies and many more. The group participated in engaging panel discussions and technical sessions across various topics, such as “The Transformative Journey of Software-Defined Vehicles with Model-Based Design” and “Celebrating Women in Automotive.”
Sunil Motwani, Country Head of MathWorks India, said, “We are delighted by the resounding success of the MathWorks Automotive Conference 2023 in Chennai and Pune. The event highlighted the influential role of the Software-Defined Vehicle in the automotive industry and enabled MathWorks to showcase how MATLAB® and Simulink® can help automotive engineers drive innovation within the industry.”
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