Europe’s AutoSens conference is shaping up as an important event on the Continent for the autonomous and connected vehicle industry.
The conference takes a comprehensive approach to driverless technology with speakers, industry meetings, opportunities for product pitches, and vehicle and technology exhibitions.
The AutoSens conference will be held at AutoWorld in Brussels on September 20-22. Driverless Transportation is a media sponsor of the event.
The speaker and panelist list includes leaders from GM, Toyota, BMW, Valeo, Continental, Intel, Jaguar Land Rover, Faraday Future, Texas Instruments, IEEE, Panasonic Automotive, Palo Alto Research Center, Cognizant and many others.
AutoSens says it is built by engineers, for engineers. The idea being that the conference on the continent gives those active in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) the opportunity to network and learn from others in the same space.
The attendees will be those working in imaging, machine vision, deep learning, engineering, sensor fusion, signal processing, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, user experience, sensors (radar, LIDAR, IR and visible light), safety and ADAS, semiconductors, mapping, vehicle to vehicle communications, HMI and more.
By bringing these experts together the conference organizers believe they will help to develop sensor technology, processing hardware and algorithms, and system architecture to meet the future demands of automotive OEMs.
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The conference features a first in-person meeting of the IEEE Standards Association workgroup on Automotive System Image Quality. The meeting, chaired by Robert Stead, is designed to develop a standardized approach to the auto imaging technologies.
“The standard will specifies methods and metrics for measuring and testing automotive image quality to ensure consistency and create cross-industry reference points,” according to a press release.
The Accelerator program gives innovators the opportunity to pitch their product. Plans call for 15 start-ups to speak for less than three minutes to an audience of senior engineers, technologists and other leaders from auto OEMs, and Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers in the ADAS and autonomous sector.
Product pitches are limited to three categories –
Sensors – for interior and exterior environmental perception;
Computer vision/Sensor fusion – algorithms and software for environmental understanding;
Mapping/Geospatial systems – sensors, systems or software.
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