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The future of automotive will be defined by the autonomous vehicle. But how is the ADAS & autonomous landscape shaping up right now?
From testing to real-time processing & decision making, AI has a massive role to play in autonomous driving. Learn how to harness AI development.
Whether federal, state or city level, law-makers & local authorities have a make-or-break role in the testing & roll-out of ADAS & autonomous tech. Get up-to-speed on current & upcoming regulation.
The autonomous vehicle represents a paradigm shift in how vehicles will be designed in the future. From HMI’s to OS’s, nothing will ever be the same!
Explore the risks of cyber-physical security and techniques for adversaries to disrupt e.g. machine learning/AI systems. Learn the latest methods & research for implementing security.
Public road testing, virtual testing, simulation, embedded software testing, safety and crash testing…. There are now a multitude of test bases for ADAS and self-driving vehicle platforms.
• Explore the differences between validation of autonomous vehicles and validation of ADAS systems
• Discuss the challenge in testing the sheer number of possible scenarios that an autonomous vehicle could face. Learn advantages of possible solutions incl. applying AI to testing
• Consider how data collected from test cars and digital simulation can be applied in the design process. Debate the need for a technical data consortium to share anonymized test data
Discover how engineering simulation is expanding across the entire product lifecycle, from digital exploration to digital prototyping to operations and maintenance using digital twins.
The automotive industry is heading towards the path of autonomy with the development of autonomous vehicles. This presentation will focus on the requirement of redundant mechanical systems and controls as part of the autonomous vehicle platform since there will be no driver backup present in highly automated vehicles.
The basic architecture of perception platforms for autonomous vehicles hasn't changed much since the DARPA Grand Challenge. With the emergence of new technologies and the introduction of functional artificial intelligence, there are new opportunities to rethink, redefine, and redesign perception platforms
The increasing appetite to invest in “sexy” auto tech start-ups raises questions about how to really value these disruptive technologies. Will they live up to the hype?
Hear from a batch of the latest start-ups focusing on ADAS & AV development. This is your chance to hear from the newest teams in the race to autonomy