ADAS to Automated Driving Digital Summit
The US NHTSA’s goal of zero auto fatalities is pushing the auto industry to move towards additional Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) with the penultimate goal of fully Automated Driving.
The ADAS to Automated Driving Digital Summit will help vet industry needs and solutions that are affordable for consumers and profitable for car makers. The ADAS to Automated Driving Digital Summit will address the recent advancements in connectivity, system engineering and machine learning systems that are transforming ADAS and automated vehicle systems research creating a new era of integrated and cooperative automated driving.
While the system complexity to achieve this is technically daunting, it also creates an open range of solutions from the entire supplier community. OEMs are spending millions of dollars annually to tackle the technological issues critical to implementing a systems level approach to vehicle safety required by government regulations and consumer demand. Meanwhile, SAE continues the development of additional standards to compliment the J3016 activities to ensure that these vehicles are safe for the consumer.
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Your FREE Registration to the ADAS to Automated Driving Digital Summit Includes:
- Two days of live streaming content
- Networking with industry peers, panelists and keynote presenters
- Access to session replays compatible with your busy schedule
Hear panelists from NHTSA, MIT, IBM, Toyota, Amazon and more.
As an attendee to the ADAS to Automated Driving Digital Summit, you’ll participate in two days of panel discussions covering foundational and emerging topics in automated vehicle systems, including challenges ranging from perception to decision making.
Panelists will participate from all comers of the industry from OEMs, suppliers, high-tech, government and academia, such as NHTSA, MIT, IBM, Toyota, Uber, Amazon, BMW and more.
Engage in panel discussions with topics focused on:
- Vehicle Architecture and Infrastructure – Reactionary Integrated Software and Firmware
- Human Behavior and ADAS
- Enabling of ADAS and AVS through AI and machine learning
- Standards, Policy and Regulations: What is Really Needed to Rapidly Advance AVs?