AVL’s Armin Engstle and Diego Turrado Blanco discuss the importance of systematic parameter variation for improving sensor perception during adverse weather conditions.
Quectel’s Bryan Galusha explains how precise location data integrates and provides a key ingredient in ADAS and self-driving systems.
Vayyar’s Ian Podkamien discusses a paradigm shift that’s allowing automakers to reassess the industry’s legacy approach while enhancing safety and yielding significant cost savings.
Jace Allen of dSPACE presents a software development and validation solution for autonomous vehicles that uses scenario-based testing, physics-based vehicle and sensor simulation, open standards, and cloud/SaaS technologies.
Roland Berger’s Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart and Manuel Yoon discuss existing and future challenges in the ADAS and autonomous driving ecosystem.
Dow and bdtronic discuss how the right dispensing equipment applying the very best material science can make all the difference to the production line and production time.
Simon Weiss of Trinamix and BASF’s Thomas Bayerl and Michaela Liese present several innovative sensor solutions for autonomous vehicles.
Experts from Keysight showcase a radar test solution geared towards volume manufacturing and a new target simulator for LiDAR.
Srinivas Polavarapu and Frank Schulte of dSPACE explore solutions for virtual test environments, sensor simulation, and the integration of software under test.
Dr. Dennis Kengo Oka outlines a practical step by step guide to building fuzz testing into the CI pipeline using the Zephyr Project RTOS as an example.
Armin Engstle and Thomas Guntschnig introduce AVL’s Dynamic Ground Truth System, a highly precise solution for recording and processing real-world data to support the development and homologation of ADAS/AD systems.
Ken Horne of Keysight Technologies provides unique insight into the company’s approach to autonomous drive emulation (ADE).
Vayyar VP and Head of Automotive Ian Podkamien examines the role 4D imaging radar can play in addressing motorcycle safety challenges.
HERE’s Filip Klippel and Howard Abbey of SBD Automotive explore how current ADAS solutions increase safety and efficiency for trucks.
Experts from Microchip discuss PCIe and automotive Ethernet’s critical role in creating complete end-to-end centralized computer platform architectures for ADAS and other connected vehicle technologies.
Ben Hager of dSPACE presents Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solutions for autonomous vehicle testing, covering both closed-loop simulation and data replay testing.
Elektrobit’s Nazareth Samson presents a bird’s-eye view of augmented reality and explains its role in the future of mobility.
Experts from HERE Technologies provide unique insight into data annotation, the process of humans labelling static and dynamic imagery so machines can understand what they are ‘seeing’.
Nexar’s Roni Floman explains how cameras will impact the vehicle market and what that means for OEMs and their suppliers.
INTEMPORA’s Nicolas Du Lac explains how to simplify ADAS and AD data collection using versatile tagging techniques and optimized cloud-based data management.