The speaker line-up has been confirmed for AutoSens, an ADAS conference which will take place in Belgium this September, with big names from OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers.
Keynote speakers, panellists and advisers from some of the world’s biggest automotive manufacturers including GM, Daimler, Ford, BMW, Volvo, Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota; technology suppliers including Intel, Continental, Valeo, Panasonic; and newer autonomous industry entrants such as Faraday Future and ADASWorks will take part in the two day event.
Growing from its origins in image sensors and cameras, AutoSens will cover the full range of sensor modes for internal and external perception, processors and software for computer vision and sensor fusion, cable and Wi-Fi network technology. The context of functional safety, testing and validation, regulations and liability, and standards development will be discussed as well as case studies from around the world.
With keynotes from the world’s biggest OEMs to start-up pitches for embryonic research groups, AutoSens is the only conference which connects the full value chain, removing barriers to entry and engaging stakeholders in the autonomous, self-driving car; intelligent mobility and integrated transport eco-system. Delegates and exhibitors will include academia, commercial researchers, electronics experts, and engineers, with diverse organisations from start-ups, to SMEs to multi-nationals at OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2 level.
The conference will include:
• A training workshop on vehicle image sensor technology
• AutoSens Accelerator: new technology start-up pitches and dedicated display area
• ADAS supplier exhibition stands
• Worldwide exclusive OEM vehicle demonstrations
• IEEE standards working group meeting
• Three-track, two-day conference programme
• Social networking programme set within the inspiring backdrop of one of the world’s finest automotive museums.
AutoSens will feature the first face-to-face meeting of the IEEE Standards Association workgroup on Automotive Image Quality – Project 2020
Chaired by Robert Stead, who is also the Conference Director of the AutoSens event, this working group will support industry activities by working to establish common benchmarks for image quality evaluation in display output and computer vision applications. The meeting, hosted at AutoSens on 20th September represents the first important milestone in working towards development of this brand new IEEE standard.
To find out more, visit the AutoSens conference 2016 website. To receive 15% off the entry price, use the discount code “ASCD15UST” during the online registration process.