Raising the level of automation in trucks: ADAS maps and speed limits data for greater powertrain efficiency and speed control
PAST WEBINAR February 9, 2021 · 4:00pm CET / 10:00am ET

Raising the level of automation in trucks: ADAS maps and speed limits data for greater powertrain efficiency and speed control

We’re closer than ever to making safe automated driving (AD) a reality. But for AD to reach its full potential, carmakers and OEMs must be able to build advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in a scalable, cost-efficient way. That’s where TomTom map technology comes in.

Unmatched in the industry, the TomTom ADAS Map with Speed Limits optimizes vehicle safety, performance and powertrain efficiency. With our pre-integrated tech, you can incorporate advanced functionality like Predictive Powertrain Control (PPC) and Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) and bring ADAS-equipped models to market faster.

If you’re looking to power safer, smarter AD, join our webinar – Raising the level of automation in trucks: ADAS maps and Speed Limits for greater powertrain efficiency and speed control.

You’ll discover more about TomTom’s extensive range of solutions for ADAS, and how they can help you increase speed control and energy efficiency. You’ll also learn how we’re collaborating with Bosch on pre-integrated ADAS technologies – including a PPC system that reduces truck fuel consumption by up to 5%.
We’re closer than ever to making safe automated driving (AD) a reality. But for AD to reach its full potential, carmakers and OEMs must be able to build advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in a scalable, cost-efficient way. That’s where TomTom map technology comes in.

Unmatched in the industry, the TomTom ADAS Map with Speed Limits optimizes vehicle safety, performance and powertrain efficiency. With our pre-integrated tech, you can incorporate advanced functionality like Predictive Powertrain Control (PPC) and Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) and bring ADAS-equipped models to market faster.

If you’re looking to power safer, smarter AD, join our webinar – Raising the level of automation in trucks: ADAS maps and Speed Limits for greater powertrain efficiency and speed control.

You’ll discover more about TomTom’s extensive range of solutions for ADAS, and how they can help you increase speed control and energy efficiency. You’ll also learn how we’re collaborating with Bosch on pre-integrated ADAS technologies – including a PPC system that reduces truck fuel consumption by up to 5%.

Agenda

In a 45-minute session, TomTom experts and our special guest speaker from Bosch will present the following topics, followed by an open Q&A for any questions.

Introduction

George de Boer

TomTom ADAS Overview

Vincent Demuynck

TomTom ADAS Map Overview

Kris Kobylinski

ADASIS v2 Horizon Overview

Andre Schucht, Bosch

Wrap-up

Vincent Demuynck

Presenters

George de Boer
George de Boer
Global Director of Marketing Automotive

George oversees TomTom’s strategy and marketing for the automotive industry. He is one of Europe’s leading automotive experts, and highly committed to TomTom’s mission to shape tomorrow’s mobility. Since 2006, George has been developing and marketing real-time and historical traffic solutions and maps at TomTom, and oversaw the business development of TomTom Telematics' Connected Car solution. He has a background in IT and a degree in engineering.
Vincent Demuynck
Vincent Demuynck
Product Marketing Manager ADAS

Vincent is the Product Marketing Manager for ADAS products within the TomTom Automotive business. He is an enthusiastic, tech-savvy marketeer with a track record of successful product launches. Since joining TomTom in 2016, Vincent has launched well-received go-to-market strategies for products such as TomTom EV Services, TomTom ADAS Map and TomTom RoadCheck.
Kris Kobylinski
Kris Kobylinski
Sr. Product Manager ADAS

Kris is a Senior Product Manager in TomTom’s Autonomous Driving unit. He has extensive experience in business, engineering and research projects across various autonomous/connected/electrified (ACE) vehicle technologies, with a focus on big data, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, human machine interfaces, automotive infotainment, software development and electric vehicles.
Special guest
Andre Schucht
Andre Schucht
Senior Technical Lead Horizon, Bosch SoftTec GmbH

Andre is the expert for electronic horizon at Bosch. Seven years ago, he started the development of Bosch’s ADASIS v2 platform. Meanwhile, he is Bosch’s in-house consultant for all ADASIS-related questions. As Technical Lead for several horizon projects, Andre is still near to the code. Since 2015, he has led the Working Group 2 of the ADASIS AISBL, which is responsible for the new ADASIS v3 specification – and he is well at home in the world of ADASIS.
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About Bosch

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services. It employs roughly 400,000 associates worldwide (as of December 31, 2019). The company generated sales of 77.7 billion euros in 2019. Its operations are divided into four business sectors: Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. Mobility Solutions is the largest Bosch Group business sector. It generated sales of 46.8 billion euros in 2019, and thus contributed 60 percent of total sales from operations. This makes the Bosch Group one of the leading automotive suppliers.
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Agenda

In a 45-minute session, TomTom experts and our special guest speaker from Bosch will present the following topics, followed by an open Q&A for any questions.

Introduction

George de Boer

TomTom ADAS Overview

Vincent Demuynck

TomTom ADAS Map Overview

Kris Kobylinski

ADASIS v2 Horizon Overview

Andre Schucht, Bosch

Wrap-up

Vincent Demuynck

Presenters

George de Boer
George de Boer
Global Director of Marketing Automotive

George oversees TomTom’s strategy and marketing for the automotive industry. He is one of Europe’s leading automotive experts, and highly committed to TomTom’s mission to shape tomorrow’s mobility. Since 2006, George has been developing and marketing real-time and historical traffic solutions and maps at TomTom, and oversaw the business development of TomTom Telematics' Connected Car solution. He has a background in IT and a degree in engineering.
Vincent Demuynck
Vincent Demuynck
Product Marketing Manager ADAS

Vincent is the Product Marketing Manager for ADAS products within the TomTom Automotive business. He is an enthusiastic, tech-savvy marketeer with a track record of successful product launches. Since joining TomTom in 2016, Vincent has launched well-received go-to-market strategies for products such as TomTom EV Services, TomTom ADAS Map and TomTom RoadCheck.
Kris Kobylinski
Kris Kobylinski
Sr. Product Manager ADAS

Kris is a Senior Product Manager in TomTom’s Autonomous Driving unit. He has extensive experience in business, engineering and research projects across various autonomous/connected/electrified (ACE) vehicle technologies, with a focus on big data, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, human machine interfaces, automotive infotainment, software development and electric vehicles.
Special guest
Andre Schucht
Andre Schucht
Senior Technical Lead Horizon, Bosch SoftTec GmbH

Andre is the expert for electronic horizon at Bosch. Seven years ago, he started the development of Bosch’s ADASIS v2 platform. Meanwhile, he is Bosch’s in-house consultant for all ADASIS-related questions. As Technical Lead for several horizon projects, Andre is still near to the code. Since 2015, he has led the Working Group 2 of the ADASIS AISBL, which is responsible for the new ADASIS v3 specification – and he is well at home in the world of ADASIS.
Bosch logo
About Bosch

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services. It employs roughly 400,000 associates worldwide (as of December 31, 2019). The company generated sales of 77.7 billion euros in 2019. Its operations are divided into four business sectors: Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. Mobility Solutions is the largest Bosch Group business sector. It generated sales of 46.8 billion euros in 2019, and thus contributed 60 percent of total sales from operations. This makes the Bosch Group one of the leading automotive suppliers.