International VDI Conference - Automotive Sensor Systems Sensor Technologies on the Way to Autonomous Driving
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- Get an overview of the latest developments and legal aspects in sensor technology and their impact on autonomous driving
- Find out about future requirements on sensors like cameras, radars, lidars or ultrasonic sensors
- Broaden your knowledge about testing, simulation and valdiation approaches of ADAS sensor systems and learn how AI uses sensor data to make informed decisions
- Gain insights about the role of sensors for automotive security and functional safety
- Expand your international network, exchange your expertise and ideas with specialists and participants and profit from interactive discussions during the world café session
SAVE THE DATE - On February 11-12, 2020 the international VDI “Automotive Sensor Systems” conference is returning to Munich for the 3rd Edition! The event focuses on next-generation sensor technologies for autonomous vehicles, offering a valuable networking platform for experts from around the globe to discuss everything from sensor development, testing, simulation and applications to the the role of AI and the development of a regulatory framework.
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A Safety-First Approach to Developing and Marketing Driver Assistance Technology
Author: Velodyne LiDAR
Innovative Sensor Technology as the Backbone of Autonomous Driving
Automotive technology is progressing at an incredible pace. On the way from partly automated towards fully autonomous driving, exact environmental information provided by sensors (Radar, Lidar, Camera, Ultrasonic) is essential. Artificial intelligence is using, processing and interpreting the data gathered by sensors to make substantiated decisions. Accordingly, the performance of existing sensors has to be optimized, new systems need to be developed and requirements on the sensors (in technical, qualitative and economic terms) have to be redefined in order to make them scalable and even more safe and powerful.
Participants will profit from innovative ideas, best practice examples, case studies, tech presentations and interactive discussion rounds!We are currently preparing the final program for you. You will soon be able to download it here. Meanwhile, have a look at 2019’s focal points:
- Challenges & Trends in ADAS Sensing Technologies (Radar, Lidar, Camera, Ultrasonic)
- Innovations and future Requirements for Sensor Systems
- Functional Safety and Automotive Security Challenges
- The Role of AI in processing and interpreting Sensor Data
- The regulatory Framework & Development of Standards
- Excursus: Driver Monitoring
If you have any questions regarding the conference program or you want to become a speaker, please contact Leonie Bohnstedt.
Framework Program of the Conference
Take part in excellent networking opportunities and meet international experts, specialists and other participants for inspiring discussions both during the networking breaks as well as at the evening event in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Registration & Welcome Coffee
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address
Dipl.-Ing. Holger Meinel, Independent Automotive Radar Expert, Germany
I. The Future Road - Where are we heading with ADAS Sensing Technologies?
ADAS Sensor Market & Technology Trends
Cédric Malaquin, Market & Technology Analyst, Yole Développement, France
ADAS Sensor Systems - Challenges, Trends and Technologies towards Automated Driving
Dr.-Ing. Martin Pfitzner, Head of Sensor Networks, Continental AG, Germany
II. Innovations and future Requirements in ADAS Sensing Technologies
Multi-Domain LiDAR Sensing
Raul Bravo, CEO, Dibotics, France
Deep Learning in Sensors: The New Big Data
Mohammad Shokoohi-Yekta, PhD, Senior Data Scientist and Adjunct Faculty, Stanford University, USA
A centralized Environment Model as an Enabler for Assisted and Automated Driving
Dr.-Ing. Mirko Mählisch, Senior Manger and Head of Development Environment Model and Map-Learning for Automated Driving, Audi AG, Germany
Camera based Lane Change Assistant for mirrorless Cars
Enes Dayangac, SW Product Engineer, ADASENS Automotive GmbH, Germany
Near-Field 3D Sensing based on Ultrasound
Tobias Bahnemann, Managing Director & Co-Founder, Toposens GmbH, Germany
Interactive World Café Session (Exemplary Topics)
Networking & Coffee Break
III. Legal Framework, Functional Safety and Security Challenges
The AUTOSAR joint Platforms for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Scharnhorst, Spokesperson, AUTOSAR Development Partnership, Germany
Legal Challenges for Autonomous Driving and ADAS
Status quo: What is legally possible in ADAS?
Dr., LL.M. Andreas Eustacchio, Attorney at Law, Partner, EUSTACCHIO Rechtsanwälte – Attorneys at Law, Austria
Functional Safety for Automated Driving
SOTIF: Status quo and future developments
Thomas Weispfenning, Senior System Safety Engineer, Opel Automobile GmbH, Germany
Threats and Solutions in Automotive Sensors - GNSS and LiDAR
Gal Cohen, M.Sc., VP R&D, co-author: Yoav Zangvil, B.Sc., CTO & co-Founder, both: Regulus Cyber, Israel
End of Conference Day One
IV. Testing, Simulation & Validation of Sensor Functions and ADAS System
Advanced Safety LiDAR Solutions and Opportunities in their Testing and Validation
Dr.-Ing. Mircea Gradu, Chief Quality Officer, Velodyne LiDAR, President SAE International, USA
Enabling virtual Product Validation: Standards for the Development of Autonomous Driving
Carlo van Driesten, M.Sc., Project Lead Virtual Test & Validation, BMW AG, Germany
Networking & Coffee Break
Collision Detection Systems for Future Robots and Vehicles inspired by Insects
Prof. Shigang Yue, Professor in Computer Science, University of Lincoln, UK
V. Excursus: Driver Monitoring
Eyetracking on the Way to fully Autonomous Vehicles
Henrik Lind, Chief Research Officer, Smart Eye AB, Sweden
Attention Sense: Coffee Break Estimation for Truck Drivers
Dr. Oguz Icoglu, R&D Engineer, co-author: Dr. Ilhan Kubilay Yalci, R&D Engineer, both: Ford Otosan, Turkey
3D Eye Tracking for Level 5 HMI
Bastjan Prenaj, Co-founder and CBDO, Eyeware, Switzerland
VI. The Role of AI in interpreting Sensor Data & its Impact on ADAS Applications
Staying ahead of the Curve: Advancing Radar and the Future of Autonomous Driving
Dr. Yoram Stettiner, CSO, Arbe Robotics, Israel
AI, Insurance and Automotive Safety – Using AI to Increase Road Safety
Liselott Johansson, CEO, Greater Than AB, Sweden
3D Computer Vision for Self-Driving Cars
Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers, Chair of Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence, TUM and Co-Founder & CSO, Artisense Corporation, Germany
Conference Chair‘s closing Remarks
End of Conference
Who should attend the Conference?
This international conference addresses engineers and technical specialists as well as decision makers with technical background from OEMs and suppliers of the automotive industry working in the following areas:
- ADAS / Driver Assistance Systems
- Automated / Autonomous Driving
- Active Safety / Functional Safety
- Automotive Security
- Sensor Systems for environmental Analysis, Sensor and Information Fusion
- Maps & localization
- Advanced Development & Engineering
- Testing & Simulation
- Electrics / Electronics
The conference will also be of interest to software and technical service providers, system integrators, component and module suppliers as well as to specialists from the areas of standardization and certification.
Book the VDI Conference Automotive Sensor Systems 2020 now
Would you like to keep track on the latest developments when it comes to sensor technology and its relevance for automated and autonomous driving? Are you looking for an event that offers presentations from internationally renowned experts as well as excellent networking opportunities? Then secure your seats right now for the international VDI “Automotive Sensor Systems” conference!
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