Programme

Programme

Monday, 6 November 2017

Registration opens at 08:30. Tea and coffee will be served.

Programme

10:00–10:10

WELCOME AND OPENING

 

10:10–10:30

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Antonio Perlot – Secretary General of the European Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (ACEM)

 

SESSION 1: Urban mobility – moderated by Geoff Liersch

Parallel Expert Dialogue
Electric motorcycles

 

 

10:30–11:00

C-ITS for PTW – Motorcycle approach from road-safety perspective
Hennes Fischer – Yamaha Motor Europe NV; Tomohiro Matsuda – Kawasaki Motors Europe NV; Oliver Kohlinger – Honda R&D Europe; Arne Purschwitz – BMW Motorrad

11:00–11:30

Technology evaluation for two-wheeler-based personal mobility in emerging markets beyond 2020
Pradeep Ramachandra, Prashanth Anantha and Manohar Halahali – Bosch Ltd, Two Wheeler and Powersports

11:30–12:00

RESOLVE – Innovative solutions for urban mobility
Georg Deuschle and Stefano Granvillano – Ricardo

12:00–13:30

LUNCH

 

SESSION 2: Powertrain technologies – moderated by Paul Etheridge

Parallel Expert Dialogue
Connected motorcycles

 

 

 

13:30–14:00

KTM two-stroke fuel injection for offroad motorcycle applications
Michael Viertlmayr, Michael Derntl, Helmut Drochner, Martin Forster, Peter Gorbach, Philipp Habsburg, Bernd Holzleitner, Christian Mayrhofer, Christian Rathgeb, Markus Raeuschenboeck​, Christian Rehrl and Stefan Spatzenegger – KTM AG

14:00–14:30

Design optimization and automation for SI engine intake port development
Anthony Coffey – Harley-Davidson Motor Company

14:30–15:00

Exhaust system design for stricter noise and emission regulation (Transition from EU3 to EU4 and coming EU5)
Jaka Klemenc, Gasper Sedej and Boris Stanic – Akrapovic dd

15:00–15:30

Diesel in motorcycle – is there a way to enable diesel use in MC?
Uwe Moser – FEV Europe GmbH

15:30–16:15

COFFEE

 

SESSION 3: Vehicle technologies – moderated by Prof. Dr. Angelo Onorati

Parallel Expert Dialogue
Technology roadmapping

 

 

 

16:15–16:45

Electric motorcycles, risk management and how to increase safety
Bjarni Freyr Guðmundsson and Jesper Vind – Fenris Motorcycles

16:45–17:15

Rider profile detection – the first self-learning method for motorcycle systems based on individual detection of rider-specific profiles
Gerald Matschl – KTM AG; Matthias Moerbe and Markus Henzler – Robert Bosch GmbH; Dr. Sebastian Will – WIVW

17:15–17:45

Evaluation of the potential of Advanced Rider Assistance Systems for the actual accident scenarios
Alessio Sevarin, Dr. Christian Ellersdorfer and Dr. Ernst Tomasch – Graz University of Technology, Vehicle Safety Institute; Christian Rathgeb – KTM AG; Karin Ausserer and Dr. Ralf Risser – FACTUM

17:45–18:15

The development of Ducati 1299 Panigale Superleggera
Leonardo Bagnoli and Simone Di Piazza – Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A.

18:15–18:30

SUMMARY OF EXPERT DIALOGUES

 

18:30

CLOSING REMARKS

 

Transfer to Deus ex Machina 

 

19:30 

DINNER AND EVENING EVENT

 

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