Don’t miss AutoSens! Only two weeks left to register
The event, which will be held from 20-22 September in Brussels, Belgium, has passed the initial attendance target and has already expanded twice to meet demand from exhibitors, becoming the largest vehicle perception conference in the world.
Rob Stead, Conference Director, reflected on the conference popularity. “It’s really testament to our advisory board, embedded at the heart of the automotive technology supply chain, that we’ve been able to offer a variety of topics which are so in demand, technically relevant and exciting for those throughout industry as it is now, but also catering for the topics that will be relevant over the coming years”.
“This quality of content from a range of great speakers has been reinforced by the various OEMs that will be in attendance, and supported by the world’s leading Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, many of whom will also be exhibiting – we’re really pleased with the reaction we’ve had from industry.”
Aside from dozens of globally recognisable automotive, semiconductor, intelligent mobility, ADAS, software and sensor brands, the event will also play host to number of start-ups with exciting innovations and new approaches. These emerging start-ups will pitch their products and services to an international audience of more than 300 delegates.
Attendees will enjoy networking opportunities with senior engineers and researchers from around the world, as well as the stunning surroundings of one of the best private car museums in Europe, AutoWorld in Brussels.
Places are available for anyone wishing to register for AutoSens before the higher ‘late fee’ comes into play on September 8th.
The event is supported by a variety of other social and professional activities, including the inaugural meeting of the IEEE Standards Association Working Group on Automotive System Image Quality, a free networking event to promote Self Driving Track Days, Europe’s first testing events for driverless vehicle technologies, and a training workshop on Advanced Sensing and Image Processing for Automotive Applications hosted by Professor Albert Theuwissen, as well as formal and informal receptions, panels and plenary sessions.