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IESF 2015: Detroit

The conference for addressing design challenges and solutions in the automotive, truck, off-highway and military vehicle industries

IESF is the conference and expo for EE Design in the automotive, commercial vehicle, and off-highway industries--now in its 15th year. The event is designed specifically for electrical/electronic design engineers, managers, and executives. Attendees can explore issues, examine solutions, and network with an estimated 1,000 industry peers while attending a range of keynotes, business and technical sessions, educational tutorials, a solutions expo, roundtables, and networking events.

IESF attracts attendees from every major automotive, commercial, and off-highway vehicle OEM and their suppliers. We expect demand for registration to be at its highest level ever, so please register early to ensure your spot. IESF is free to attend.

Ford Conference and Event Center


May 19, 2015


Ford Motor Company
Conference & Event Center
1151 Village Road
Dearborn, MI 48124

Featured Event

Connected Engineering™

Connected Engineering

Mentor Graphics provides a unique solution for Connected Engineering™ for the automotive industry. The Connected Engineering™ approach supports OEMs and supply-chain to optimize quality and cost with market leading technologies from start to finish. It covers the entire automotive E/E design flow from Function/Software/ECU/Electrical architecture evaluation through to implementation with AUTOSAR and Android or Linux based applications. Connected Engineering also encompasses Thermal analysis, Process Optimization and wire harness design & manufacturing and finally on-demand vehicle service documentation.

Technical Focus Breakout Tracks

Mentor Graphics will be discussing the latest innovations in these key focus areas:

Subjects Covered

  • Industry Trends and Case Studies
  • Systems Integration
  • Electrical Systems Design
  • Requirements Tracing
  • AUTOSAREE Architecture Optimization
  • Model-driven Development
  • Wire Harness Engineering
  • Open Source in IVI
  • Designing To Optimize Operating Income
  • Rules-driven Electrical Design
  • Design Change Management
  • Integrating Electro-mechanical and Control Software
  • Thermal Analysis
  • ECAD/MCAD Integration
  • Mechatronics Design & Simulation
  • Virtual Prototyping
  • Design Architecture
  • Electrical Analysis
  • Service and Documentation
  • Optimizing Harness Manufacturing Operations
  • Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Electronics Design
  • ISO 26262