General Information about AVEC

The AVEC Symposium has a long and successful history as one of the leading international conferences on vehicle dynamics and advanced vehicle control. The first symposium was held in 1992 in Yokohama. Since then, AVEC has been established internationally and was, outside of Japan, previously held in Aachen, Ann Arbor, Arnhem, Taipei, Loughborough and Seoul.

 

Objectives of AVEC

The main objective of the symposium is to bring together the world's leading scientists and experts in the fields of vehicle dynamics and advanced vehicle control. Latest developments and progress in research will be presented and discussed at the symposium and new impulses be given. As the vehicle continues its evolution into an increasingly ‘scientific’ product at a rapid pace, cross-fertilization between industry and academia cultivated by AVEC symposia is more relevant than ever and an opportunity not to be missed.

 

Emphasis of AVEC'16

AVEC'16 will put a special focus on automatic driving and autonomous driving functions, integrated control of interacting control systems, controlled suspension systems, active wheel torque distribution and vehicle state and parameter estimation.
Because automatic driving is not ready to go into mass production in the near future, the driver's assistance is seen as a bridge technology in this direction and will be focussed at AVEC'16 as well.

 

History of AVEC

japan1992 : Yokohama
JAPAN

japan1998 : Nagoya
JAPAN

niederlande2004 : Arnhem
NETHERLANDS

uk2010 : Loughborough
UK

japan1994 : Tsukuba
JAPAN

usa2000 : Ann Arbor
USA

china2006 : Taipei
TAIWAN

korea2012 : Seoul
KOREA

deutschland1996 : Aachen
GERMANY

japan2002 : Hiroshima
JAPAN

japan2008 : Kobe
JAPAN

japan2014 : Tokyo
JAPAN

 

deutschland2016: Munich
GERMANY

     

 





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