Hochautomatisierte Mobilität und Funktionalität durch die Qualifizierung von Konsumelektronik für elektronische Systeme der Automobil- und Automatisierungsindustrie(TRACE)
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Ziele und Vorgehen von TRACE

Das Projekt "Hochautomatisierte Mobilität und Funktionalität durch die Qualifizierung von Konsumelektronik für elektronische Systeme der Automobil- und Automatisierungsindustrie" (Kurztitel: TRACE), verfolgt das Ziel, eine Methode für die rasche und trotzdem sichere Qualifikation von Halbleiterkomponenten aus dem Bereich der Konsumelektronik für den Einsatz in neuen elektronischen Systemen zukünftiger Fahrzeuge und deren Infrastruktur zu entwickeln. Nur über Synergien mit der Konsumelektronik werden sich in Zukunft Preis und Platzbedarf der Elektronik für hochautomatisierte Mobilität und Funktionalität so weit reduzieren lassen, dass ein Einsatz in Serienprodukten gelingen kann. Für die Erreichung dieses Ziels ist die Kooperation der gesamten automobilen und industriellen Wertschöpfungskette erforderlich.

TRACE Steering Group Meeting and WP2/WP9 workshop held in Hamburg

On June 12, TRACE work package leader and national coordinators met together with the TRACE coordination and management team for the Second TRACE Steering Group meeting. The meeting was held at the NEXPERIA premises in Hamburg, Germany.
The TRACE Steering Group has been initiated end of 2017 to support all TRACE exploitation activities in general while putting special focus to the exploitation of the innovative TRACE database approach that is planned to be made publically available after the project’s end in the form of a VDE ITG working group MN5.7.

TRACE WP5 (Economics) Meeting in Stuttgart

Participants from seven companies and universities attended the last Work Package 5 workshop on Economics in Stuttgart. The workshop hosted by Daimler was focusing on cost and reliability modelling as well as the status of the demonstrators.

Special attention was paid to frameworks and formats with respect to cost and reliability modelling. Next upcoming steps and actions for the final demonstrators were also discussed.

Successful TRACE WP8 (Demonstrator) Meeting in Gothenburg

On March 7- 9, 2018, thirteen companies partook in a workshop of Work Package 8, focusing on the status of the three demonstrators and the next steps.

The TRACE project is soon entering the third and final year. Thus the demonstrators are not only focusing to show the benefits and challenges of using consumer electronics in automotive and automation, but also how the TRACE methodology enables the transition. An important outcome of the meeting was sharing of necessary mitigation strategies for increased reliability of systems using CE electronics.  Improvements  for specifications of how CE electronics is tested were also discussed.

AENEAS highlights TRACE project

The EUREKA CATRENE funding programme, managed by AENEAS, highlights the TRACE project in a press release. To find out more, please click here.

TRACE presented at BMWi and BMBF convention in Berlin, 2017-11-30 to 2017-12-01

Research and Technology for automated and connected Driving

The German public authorities of BMWi ( Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy) and BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) were hosting the 2nd annual convention on automated and connected Driving in Berlin. The meeting took place at the Harnack-House of the Max Planck Society. TRACE was given the privilege to be part of the opening session of this two day event of exchange and networking. Although only ten R&D consortia leaders were invited by the authorities, more than 200 participants listened to the individual, very interesting, presentations.

TRACE WP5 Economics Workshop at ams AG, Premstaetten, Austria

On 19th October 2017 the TRACE Workshop on WP5 Economics took place at ams AG’s premises in Premstaetten, Austria. Partners from Austria, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands met to work jointly on the tasks assigned. Important topics on Cost Analysis and Modelling have been discussed. Special attention was paid to Environmental Impact together with the partners from SWEREA.

TRACE at EuWoRel - 5th 'European Expert Workshop on Reliability of Electronics and Smart Systems' 2017

Since 2013, EuWoRel is the annual forum for addressing the concerns of reliability, robustness, and functional safety of new products and technologies in the field of electronics and smart systems. It makes further research requirements on reliability methodology clearly visible. In addition, EuWoRel is a great opportunity for showcasing recent results and for creating new project ideas for collaborative research.

TRACE face2face meeting WP2/9, WP6 and WP7

On September 27 the TRACE assembly meeting at the Fraunhofer Forum located in the heart of Berlin started. The partners of TRACE have been discussing the progress and deciding on the next steps for WP2 “Target System Analysis – Evaluation of Delta-Requirements” and WP9 “TRACE Methodology”. This activity continued on Sept. 28th and significant progress could be achieved.

TRACE WP5 Economics Workshop at University of Siegen, Germany

On 6th July 2017 the partners involved in TRACE WP5 Economics met in Germany at the University of Siegen to work jointly on Modelling and Industrial requirements. Partners from Germany, Austria, Sweden and The Netherlands worked on requirements definition, environmental and quality related issues. Progress updates have been done and the next steps were defined towards the upcoming workshop which will be held in Austria on 19th October 2017 at ams AG’s site in Premstaetten, Austria.