Following on from the topics covered in our ADAS & AV Session at AESIN 2017, this one day Seminar will provide an opportunity to further explore in detail the enabling Electronic System Technology for next generation ADAS & AV technology. The presentations will cover the ADAS AV spectrum of Sensing, Machine Control, Safety and System Modelling, which precedes the dedicated Test themed workshop the following day hosted by National Instruments.
Delegates attending will be from across the Automotive Electronics supply chain from OEM, Tier 1 through to Tier 2 component and system software developers. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear discussion on the latest technology, network with ADAS & AV specialists and meet with our Exhibitors at the co located Supplier Exhibition.
Click on the bold presentation titles to view and download the speaker presentations.
Welcome & Introduction
– Paul Jarvie, AESIN & Alan Walker, AVL
“Introduction to WMG”
– Dr Graham Lee, WMG, University of Warwick
“Neural Network Acceleration for ADAS and Autonomous Driving”
– Bryce Johnstone, Imagination Technologies
“Systems Engineering and the Future Mobility as a Service Market”
– Pete Lockhart, Roke
“Machine learning Based Intelligent Interconnect for Next Generation Autonomous Vehicle SoCs”
– Anush Mohandass, Netspeed Systems
“Manycore Processor for Autonomous Car”
– David Clark, Kalray
“Improving Confidence in the Safety of ADAS/AV Designs that Incorporate ‘Unqualified’ Software or Hardware Components”
– Michael Pont, SafeTTy Systems
“UK Autodrive Project Update”
– Andy Harris, TATA Motors
“Open Standards for ADAS Vision and Machine Learning”
– Illya Rudkin, Codeplay Software
“The Evolution of ADAS – Testing Systems that Include Cameras, Radar, and Sensor Fusion”
– Ashish Naik, National Instruments