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Mercedes me Adapter: Diagnostics meets Digitalization
Pascal Schattner, Daimler AG
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Diagnostics in the Age of Connected Services
Frank Oswald, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Remote Diagnostic Support as an Example for the Implementation of Extended Vehicle at Daimler AG
Martin Reinmuth, Daimler AG
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Smooth Integration of Automotive OTA into Existing Processes
Udo Schifferdecker, Vector Informatik GmbH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Diagnostics 4.0 from a one Stop Shop - How Worldwide Available Data Transforms to Information in the Cloud
Julian Erber, Softing Automotive Electronics GmbH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Deep Learning and Diagnostic Data
Dr. Ulrich Bodenhausen, Vector Consulting Services GmbH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Intelligent and Self-Learning Systems for Reactive and Predictive Diagnosis
Dr. Norbert Waleschkowski, Semantis Information Builders GmbH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
E-Mobility is Now in the Market - and in the Workshop
Peter Gollob, AVL DiTEST GMBH
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
Independent Remote Vehicle Diagnostics, Bridging all Cars and Tools over the Internet
Frank Bouman, Jifeline BV ; Dr. Roel Verdult, Jifeline BV
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
In Car, Out Car & Around Car. Agile with Quality
Ing. Marc Kienzler, SEAT, S.A.
16th International CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics, 19.03.2019
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