ASQF Professional Group Automotive Meeting Berlin/Brandenburg in March 2018
In his presentation, Dr. Erhardt Wunderlich addresses questions like “Which functionalities will future cars have?” or “How will we use cars in future?”
Different buzzwords are already named in this context: “autonomous driving”, “Car2x”, “Platooning”, “Level 5 Autonomy”.
The automotive industry is becoming increasingly complex and so testing of relevant functionality becomes more complex and expensive. What can we do to limit testing efforts to the necessary minimum? Which test technologies will we apply in this environment in future? Do we need “other” testers?
We would like to discuss these questions and many others at our professional group meeting.
The professional group meeting is open to everyone and free for all participants. Heiko Zastrau, Principal Consultant at Method Park, is the head of this professional group. On behalf of the ASQF, he merely asks participants to register for the meeting for planning purposes on the ASQF website.
Please also see our latest press release on the new ASQF group.
Dr. Erhardt Wunderlich joined Bombardier Transportation GmbH in October 2010 and took over the management of the test center for railway vehicles in 2016. From 2007 to 2010, he was the test center manager of BDT AG, Rottweil, Germany. Until 1999, Erhardt Wunderlich worked in the software development for test software at ALCATEL Germany and gave training on software testing worldwide. From 1999 to 2002, he was team leader of a software testing group at ALCATEL USA in Plano, Texas. In 2003, he became Senior Test Engineer at BDT AG. Additionally, Erhardt Wunderlich leads the ASQF Professional Group Software Testing in Berlin/Brandenburg.
March 20, 2018; 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
TEMIC Automotive Electric Motors GmbH