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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

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Subjects Covered

  • Active Noise Control
  • ADAS, Driver Information and Infotainment
  • Automotive Ethernet
  • Design Architecture
  • Design Change Management
  • ECAD/MCAD Integration
  • EE Architecture Optimization
  • Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Electronics Design
  • Electrical Analysis
  • Electrical Systems Design
  • Industry Trends and Case Studies
  • Integrating Electro-mechanical and Control Software
  • ISO 26262
  • LED lighting
  • Managing Complexity
  • Mechatronics Design & Simulation
  • Model-driven Development
  • Optimizing Harness Manufacturing Operations
  • PCB Systems Design
  • Requirements Tracing
  • Service and Documentation
  • Systems Engineering
  • Systems Integration
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Virtual ECUs
  • Wire Harness Engineering
  • Worst Case Analysis