Saugata Pal, International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT)
Today’s automotive systems are getting more and more complex with frequently added complex requirements to shorten time of delivery to minimizing the field issues.
Manage electric vehicle complexity, improve communication, and produce optimized vehicle performance using Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Successful MBSE requires the synthesis of stakeholder requirements into architecture models to create intuitive system descriptions.
MATLAB, Simulink, System Composer and Simulink Requirements together provide a platform to create a single descriptive architecture models that seamlessly bridge into detailed implementation models. The connected environment ensures items across the architecture and design worlds stay in sync. Systems engineers can establish a digital thread to navigate between system requirements, architecture models, implementation models, and embedded software.
In this 90-minute session, presented by MathWorks and ICAT ASPIRE, you will learn how you can develop Vehicle architecture and:
Saugata Pal, Advisor, International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT)
Saugata Pal is currently working as Advisor at International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), ICAT and is responsible for program management and ASPIRE Technology platform to support collaborative innovation for automotive domain from ICAT. He has done M.Tech from IIT, Kharagpur and Master in Business Administration from MS University, Baroda . Have 24+ years of working experience in the area of Automotive Program Management, Localization, Design & Development of Body-Exterior and Interior & Benchmarking . Have worked in 10 vehicle platforms and launch of 3 vehicles. Prior to ICAT he was working with General Motors Technical Centre India, Bangalore & General Motors India, Halol.
Gaurav Dubey, Principal Application Engineer, MathWorks
Gaurav Dubey is a Principal Engineer in Application Engineering team in MathWorks India and specializes in the fields of model-based system engineering, model-based development workflows, automatic code generation, verification and validation, and certifications. He closely interacts with customers in different domains to help them use MathWorks products for model-based development and model-based system engineering. Gaurav brings more than 17 years of experience in Automotive and Aerospace industries. Prior to joining MathWorks, Gaurav worked with Tata Motors Limited, where he gained hands-on experience in engine management system ECU development. He has also worked as a software analyst at Tata Consultancy Services on different automotive projects involving model-based development. Gaurav holds a master’s degree in instrumentation engineering, and a master’s degree in electronics and communications.
Prasanna Deshpande, Manager – Application Engineering, MathWorks
Prasanna Deshpande is a Manager of Automotive Industry Application Engineering Team with MathWorks India and specializes in the field of Automotive Electrification, Model-Based Control Design, and automation. He and his team members closely work with Automotive OEMs, Suppliers, Start-ups, and Services in adopting Model-Based Design for system simulation, embedded code generation and real-time testing. Prasanna brings more than 16 years of experience with various clients from the automotive industry. Prior to joining MathWorks, Prasanna was working as technical leader in the automotive group of KPIT Technologies Ltd., where he gained expertise in rapid control prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop simulation technologies for various automotive customers. He has also worked as an assistant manager at Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Prasanna holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and a master’s degree in instrumentation from University of Pune.
Recorded: 7 Sep 2021
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