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AutoSens is a world class conference addressing the future of self-driving vehicles
AutoSens is a truly international audience collaborating and learning from each other’s experiences. Join us to meet new people and catch up with old friends. For local engineers, it’s a chance to make some new connections from the wider world, and for those travelling to Detroit, Michigan it’s a unique chance to visit the heartland of the US automotive industry and build lasting relationships.
Specific highlights on the program include the opening plenary with presentations from the US Highway Loss Data Institute talking about the impact of current deployed ADAS technologies on road safety. A Keynote presentation from Ed Bernardon, VP Strategic Automotive Initiatives at Siemens, and a fireside chat with Daniel Prokhorov, Head of the Future Research Department, Toyota Motor North America. Technical presentations from experts at GM, Changan, Aptiv, Daimler, NVIDIA, Valeo, Sony, TomTom and more, as well as academics from Wayne State University, University of South Carolina and MIT.
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Khronos Member Sessions
Ensuring safe AI in a car
Date & Time: Thu May 16/ 11:25 AM - 11:50 AM Speaker: Michael Wong, Vice President of Research and Development, Codeplay Location: IMAX Theater Website: Link
This talk is about the practical engineering challenges of turning deep learning, classical machine vision and sensor fusion algorithms from research prototypes into real-world automotive-grade systems. Codeplay is working hard in standards bodies and with industrial partners to deliver automotive-grade, safe, high performance AI software development tools.