Report on WEBINAR on “Antilock Brake System – A Vehicle Safety Technology” held at Presidency University
March 29, 2021 | News & Events
The Department of ECE in collaboration with ISTE organized a LIVE webinar on “Antilock Brake System – A Vehicle Safety Technology” on 13th March 2021 from 9:30 AM for 1st semester M. Tech and 6th semester students of ECE. The webinar was organized live online on Microsoft Teams. The speaker for the event was Mr. Vijay, Program Manager, Robert Bosch,Japan.
Mr. Vijay has 6.5+ years of experience in Automotive s/w development and testing at RBEI and has handled key components of the s/w like the CAN, Diagnostics, Application s/w and played a key role as a test project responsible in test strategy planning for the s/w. He is responsible for the failsafe strategy for the ABS ECUs and in handling the queries from the customer site and the application. Experienced in working with OEs across the globe particularly from the US, EU, JP, ASEAN, China and deputed to Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh city for 1 month to train the team in failsafe topics.
The online program was graced by the presence of Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh, Professor & Head, Department of ECE and Dr. Shilpa Mehta, Member Secretary – ISTE Chapter, Professor, ECE. The program was coordinated by ECE department Forum Coordinators Dr. M S Divya Rani, Ms. Aruna M, Ms Samreen Fiza and Ms. Anupama Sindgi. It was attended by 1st semester M. Tech and 6th semester students with a count of 296.
The session started at 9:30 AM with the blessings and wishes from Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh, Professor & Head, Department of ECE and Dr. Shilpa Mehta, Member Secretary – ISTE Chapter, Professor, Department of ECE. Ms Samreen Fiza welcomed the guest with welcome speech. Followed by this formal inauguration, the speaker Mr. Vijay took over the session and introduced the audience to Antilock Braking System (ABS). The antilock braking system (ABS) prevents the wheels from locking and enables safe braking. Locking wheels reduce the adhesion between tires and the road surface and make the vehicle unsteerable. The antilock braking system (ABS) prevents the wheels from locking and enables safe braking. The speaker also spoke about how to grab opportunities, and the skills needed to be employable and message at the end which says practice is the right approach for enabling students to be Industry Ready.
The speaker encouraged students to ask clarifications wherever required and students were equally enthusiastic in the questions raised and answers received. The program concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by Ms. Anupama Sindgi (Asst. professor ECE Dept). Some screenshots from the event are attached.