Future Radar Technologies for Autonomous Driving
In the near future the number of radar sensors in cars is expected to significantly increase and finally even to double within 5 to 8 years. Autonomous driving will further boost this number and require new ideas for radar system concepts. The workshop chair discusses actual and especially future radar systems in the context of autonomous driving and invites attendees to actively participate.
Radar Technology offers important additional benefit to drivers
Automotive radars can increase the security of drivers, which is absolutely fundamental in terms of autonomous driving. Besides, future radars will render more information, be more flexible and will also be smaller, cheaper and more reliable. This workshop supplements our international VDI conference “Automated Driving” with the topic of radar technologies and enables deep learning as well as active information exchange between participants.
During the workshop “Future Radar Technologies for Autonomous Driving“ you will especially learn about the actual radar state of the art, autonomous driving radar requirements and important future radar trends.
Topics of the Workshop
The workshop “Future Radar Technologies for Autonomous Driving” will cover the following topics:
- Radar State Of The Art
- Autonomous Driving Radar Requirements
- Radar Technology Concepts
- Future Automotive Radar For Autonomous Driving
Motivation: Radar as enabler for autonomous driving
Autonomous Driving Radar Requirements
Disruptive Future of Automotive Radar Concepts
Automotive Radar Signal Processing Automotive radar modulation schemes:
CR: Novel Radar HW Technology
Automotive Radar Testing
Radar Interference and Mitigation Techniques
Who should attend this international Workshop?
This workshop on automotive radars addresses engineers, technologists, radar specialists, suppliers and solution providers. It is directed particularly at managers and staff from the departments of:
- Automotive Radar R&D
- Radar Production Industry
- Automotive Sensor Industry
- Car Connectivity
The Workshop will be held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Zwick, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Dr.-Ing. E.h. mult. Werner Wiesbeck, Inst. Hochfrequenztechnik und Elektronik, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany and Dr.-Ing. Martin Kunert, Senior Expert Advanced Engineering Sensor Systems, Robert Bosch, Leonberg, Germany and Prof. Dr.-Ing Christian Waldschmidt, Ulm University, Germany.
|28.11 - 29.11.2017||Nürtingen||available||1690 €|
A limited number of rooms has been reserved for the benefit of the event participants.