6. International VDI Conference - Automated Driving 2019
- Expert presentations and interactive sessions on latest automated and autonomous driving topics
- Meet internationally well-known specialists and experts from OEMs and suppliers
- With 1 conference ticket you get admission to 2 international conferences on “Automated Driving“ and “Cyber Security for Vehicles“
- Extensive networking opportunities during breaks and at the evening reception
Save the Date! On July 09-10, 2019 our international VDI conference on Automated Driving will return, this year located in Dusseldorf. Automated and autonomous driving are technologies of key importance for the automotive industry and future mobility. However, there are still many technical, legal and ethical questions that need to be addressed.
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Solving the storage conundrum in ADAS development and validation
Author: DELL EMC
Autonomous vehicles are already a reality
Autonomous cars represent a major innovation for the automotive industry – Yet, their potential impact is still vague with regard to timing or uptake. However, the impact autonomous vehicles could have on mobility, economy, and society as a whole will be far-reaching. It is unlikely that any on-road vehicles will drive fully autonomously in the short term, even though in some areas with controlled environments, such as mining or agriculture, autonomous vehicles are already a reality. First on-road autonomous vehicles on public roads will probably be trucks, followed by vehicles for parcel delivery and automated drones. OEMs, suppliers and other mobility innovators are currently working intensively on smart and autonomous cars for the future. On the road towards autonomous driving, many technical, infrastructural and legal challenges still need to be faced. Discuss these key issues with international experts at our 6th international conference Automated Driving next July in Dusseldorf.
The following topics will be covered in 2019
This year’s focus topics will cover:
- Perspectives on Autonomous Driving
- AI and self-driving Cars: Hype vs. Reality
- Simulation, Valdiation & Verification of AV's
- New Mobility, Business Models & Smart last Mile Concepts
- OTA, Sensor and Perception Technology
We have listened to your needs and have added a session on simulation, validation & verification as well as some insights into new mobility solutions and las mile delivery. Also we will once again prepare an interactive world café session four you - for even better networking opportunities!
Accompanying and complementing the conference we also offer two international Workshops, taking place on July 11th at the same venue:
Book both, the conference and one of the Workshops to benefit from a discounted package price.
Registration & Welcome Coffee
Chair’s Welcome & Opening Address
I. Perspectives on Autonomous Driving
Evolution of the autonomous vehicle to Multi-Robot Systems with distributed Intelligence
Marc Crawford, Chief Engineer Autonomous Driving Systems, American HAVAL Motor Technology, USA
II. AI and self-driving Cars: Hype vs. Reality
AI Planning for intelligent Vehicles
Challenges of AI in the Automotive Industry
Dr. Florian Baumann, CTO Automotive & AI, Dell EMC, Germany
AI and Big Data Management for Autonomous Driving
Dipl. Ing. (FH) Frank Kraemer, IT Systems Architect, IBM Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Interactive World Café Session
Networking & Coffee Break
III. Simulation, Validation & Verification of AV‘s
How to validate Automated Driving – A structured Analysis and Survey of Approaches
Dr.-Ing. Jan Stellet, Research Engineer Automated Driving, co-authors: Dr.-Ing. Tino Brade, Dr. Alexander Poddey, Dr. Wolfgang Branz, all: Robert Bosch GmbH,
Driver in the Loop Simulation to move from Level 2 to Level 3 Autonomy
Pim van der Jagt, Technical Director, AB Dynamics Europe GmbH, Germany
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as a Tool for the Safety Validation of Highly Automated Driving Functions
Julian Bock, Research Scientist & PhD Student, co-authors: Robert Krajewski and Dr. Adrian Zlocki, all: Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen – fka,
End of Conference Day One
At the end of the first conference day we kindly invite you to use the relaxed and informal atmosphere for in-depth conversations with other participants and speakers.
IV. New Mobility, Business Models & Smart last Mile Concepts
Reinventing Urban Mobility for new Business Strategies
Stéphane Barbier, Chief Development Officer, Transpolis SAS, France
Smart Mobility Solutions – Autonomous Technologies powering driverless Vehicles
Benedikt Sperling-Zikesch, Head of Business Development, co-author: Dr.-Ing. Arwed Schmidt, both: EasyMile GmbH, Germany
Digitization and Automation in Last Mile Delivery
Michael Loehr, Founder, tiramizoo GmbH, Germany
Networking & Coffee Break
Deployment of an integrated autonomous urban Transport System
Rodrigo Caetano, Business Development & Strategic Alliances Manager, Rutger Hörndahl, Sr. Technical Adviser, Buses & Coaches, both: Scania CV AB, Sweden
Future of Transportation – A modular self-driving Ecosystem
Dr. Tommaso Gecchelin, Founder and CTO, NEXT Future Transportation, Italy
V. OTA, Sensor and Perception Technology
Enabler Technologies fore Autonomous Driving
Dr.-Ing. Mirko Mählisch, Head of Development Sensor Fusion / MapLearning autonomous Driving, Audi AG, Germany
Secured and Efficient Over-the-Air Software Updates
Hadas Topor Cohen, Sr. Director, OTA Product Management, HARMAN, Israel
VI. Legal Aspects, Policy and shifting Skill Needs
Prospects for US AV Policy in the current political Climate
Chan D. Lieu, Senior Policy Advisor, Venable LLP, USA
Progress on the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform for Intelligent Vehicles
Michael Niklas, Chairman, AUTOSAR, Germany
Autonomous Vehicles and Shifting Labour and Skill Needs in Canada
Alexandra Cutean, Research & Policy Senior Director, Information & Communications Technology Council (ICTC), Canada
Conference Chair‘s closing Remarks
End of Conference
Networking is the key
Extra benefit for our participants: Register for the “Automated Driving” conference and visit our parallel conference on “Cyber Security for Vehicles“ free of extra charge.
Meet experts as well as participants of both events during the networking breaks and at the evening reception. Get in touch with experts, business partners, specialists and investors from the international automotive and IT industry in a relaxed atmosphere. Use the networking opportunities and have interesting discussions about existing possibilities in the automotive market and the field of automated and autonomous driving. Do not miss out on this international automotive event in Dusseldorf!
Who should attend the Automated Driving conference?
This international conference is directed at engineers and automotive experts from all over the world. Engineers, designers and specialists from car makers and suppliers of the automotive industry should attend this technical event, in particular those working in:
- ADAS/Driver Assistance
- Driver Information Systems
- Prospective Autonomous Driving
- Connectivity/Connected Vehicles
- Software and Car-IT
- Active Safety
- Business Development and Product Management
Book your Ticket now
You’re interested in making the most of the current developments and challenges in automated and autonomous driving and keen to learn more? You’d like to network with other professionals in the field and gain an overview of the challenges and opportunities present for the industry on its way towards autonomy? Then book your ticket for the VDI Automated Driving conference now.
If you have any questions regarding the program, are interested in becoming a speaker or need further information please contact Leonie Bohnstedt.
Are you interested in sponsoring and exhibition opportunities for your company and products at the conference? Contact Martina Slominski for more details.
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