About This Training
Advancements in autonomous driving, electrification, fuel efficiency and emissions regulations are increasing the complexity of vehicle electronic systems. This complexity is causing vehicle quality issues and increasing the costs of warranty claims, recalls, maintenance and downtime as traditional diagnostics methods can no longer describe the vehicle's complex state and performance.
Existing Vehicle Health Management (VHM) solutions rely on diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and limited amounts of telematics data to detect and predict malfunctions. However, these methods provide minimal insights about the problem and fail to address modern vehicles' growing complexity. Join this webinar to see how SafeRide's VHM solutions simplify and automate the development of advanced neural networks on the S32G Vehicle Network Processor that provide early detection of malfunctions and help predict failures and identify the root cause of problems.