AutoSens – Award-Winning Automotive Sensor and Perception Conference & Exhibition – 5th edition
Before cars can be connected, engineers must first connect. The most influential vehicle perception event, invites 900 of the world’s leading minds in ADAS and autonomous vehicles to meet again throughout 2018. The AutoSens experience is replicated on both sides of the Atlantic, with events at at AutoWorld in Brussels, Belgium, and the Michigan Science Center in Detroit, Michigan USA. Two exclusive, unique venues providing the perfect backdrop for the continuation of technical discussion concerning the future of vehicle perception technology. The show in Detroit took place in May, and the 5th edition flagship event in Brussels takes place this September with an Awards Ceremony. Each event is a week of discussions, collaborations, debates, business meetings, interactive learning, autonomous driving demonstrations and technology showcasing.
STOP PRESS! Attendees at the 5th edition of AutoSens represent the entire spectrum of organisations across the supply chain. With 500 attendees already booked to attend Brussels this month, it is just about to SELL OUT! Check out who is already booked >>17-20 September 2018 – AutoSens at AutoWorld Brussels, Belgium View
19 September 2018 – AutoSens Awards at The Atomium, Brussels View
13-16 May 2019 – AutoSens at Michigan Science Center, Detroit, MI View
16-19 September 2019 – AutoSens at AutoWorld Brussels, Belgium View
Latest News & Interviews
- AEye is changing the way all robots, big and small, perceive the environment
- Major Car Brands encouraged to contribute to vital standards work
- Metamoto recognised as a force for change
- Ouster gaining momentum
- Robot Cars are coming to AutoSens
AutoSens forecast to SELL OUT at famous AutoWorld Museum
Brussels, Belgium. AutoWorld is a private automotive museum in Brussels, Belgium. It goes without saying that thanks to its architecture and splendid collection of motorcars (one of the most impressive in Europe) this exceptional site provided us with a truly unique setting for the 5th edition of the AutoSens conference. The event looks set to attract up over 500 attendees through its doors in September 2018.
17-20 September 2018 – AutoSens at AutoWorld Brussels, Belgium View
AutoSens, about to embark on its 5th edition, connects technologists in all disciplines of vehicle perception to network, collaborate, solve shared challenges and advance ADAS technologies more rapidly. The event brings together engineers from several engineering disciplines including automotive imaging, LiDAR, radar, image processing, computer vision, in-car networking, testing and validation, certification and standards; AutoSens is a collaborative environment geared towards supporting engineering activities.
AutoSens Awards are back with a bang!
AutoSens Awards | 19 September 2018 | Atomium Brussels, Belgium. The AutoSens Awards are the highlight of the global vehicle perception world social calendar.
Highlighting the greatest design, technical and marketing innovations within the automotive imaging sector, categories will celebrate individual contributions, team efforts and company excellence, as well as exploring academic endeavour, start-up excitement and corporate genius.
Watch the AutoSens in Detroit 2018 Highlights Videos
AutoSens wins silver for Best Conference by a Small Company!
At the ceremony in London AutoSens was recognised with the Silver Award for “Best Conference by a Small Company” which is a huge honor for us to receive. The trophy has pride of place in the office for all to see.
Rob Stead commented “Winning this Award is a great accolade for us as a business, it’s reassuring to know that those within the industry see value in what we are producing and it was a great feeling to celebrate with the other winners last Friday. Bringing the trophy home to the office gives me a great sense of pride in what we have achieved, but watch out, we’ll be gunning for Gold in 2019!”
Women in Engineering
In a bid to support gender equality within our industry, we are offering women working in automotive engineering to join all AutoSens Conferences at a significantly reduced rate. We will have limited tickets available at this low price and will be releasing more at slightly higher rates once they sell out.
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Explore the videos from AutoSens last year
AutoSens is committed to sharing great ideas from across the vehicle perception industry. We have made available all of the 2017 conference presentation in video format, online for you to digest and watch as you please.
Who should attend AutoSens?
Engineers involved in automotive imaging, LiDAR, radar, image processing, computer vision, in-car networking, testing and validation, development software, certification and standards as well as academics in relevant fields, regulators and expert consultants. It is the world’s foremost meeting of automotive engineers working to improve automotive imaging and vehicle perception for production vehicles – cars, trucks and other transport.
Job titles of those who attend
Press, Regulator, Other
Company types who attend
Europe’s BIGGEST ADAS event took place in September 2017
As ADAS improves at a rapid rate and autonomous vehicles edge closer to mainstream production, it is more important than ever for engineers to raise their heads and participate in industry-wide knowledge sharing and discussion. AutoSens 2017 in Brussels enjoyed incredible support from senior engineers at OEM and Tier 1 companies. It was Europe’s biggest ADAS event with over 450 engineers and technical experts at AutoWorld in Belgium. The community extended to business leaders from the full supply chain as well as leading academics, and technical experts in the various component fields. Earlier in 2018 we also flew across the Atlantic to create a truly global meeting place.
AutoSens heads back to Detroit for third year in 2019
400 engineers and technologists joined AutoSens for the 4-day US edition of the world-class conference in Detroit – leading the discussion of vehicle perception technology. The next Detroit AutoSens will take place from May 13-16, 2019 at the Michigan Science Center, Detroit, MI, USA.
13-16 May 2019 – AutoSens at Michigan Science Center, Detroit, MI
Interested in Sponsoring or Exhibiting at AutoSens 2019?
We are already 99% SOLD-OUT for the Exhibition in AutoSens Brussels 2018, but there are plenty of Sponsorship opportunities still available, plus exhibit packages for 2019. Including the AutoSens Awards 2018.
- Get your product in front of senior technical experts driving technology adoption at OEMs and Tier 1s
- Showcase your brand in innovative ways pre, during and post event
- Benefit from our dedicated marketing campaign to assemble a community of ADAS technical experts
- Generate new business – 95% of suppliers generate new business at events run by our team
Get in touch with one of our Business Development team today to discuss our Sponsorship Opportunities further.
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Don’t just take it from us…
"This is my favourite venue on the conference circuit – I spend a lot of time travelling, but I just had to come back to AutoSens to experience the AutoWorld museum setting again!" Rudy Burger, Woodside Capital Partners
"AutoSens is excellent to get in touch with relevant persons and topics in the area of autonomous driving." Matthias Lehmann, University of Applied Science
"A perfect mix of cutting edge technology from the autonomous driving community." Jeremy Bennington, Spirent Communications
"AutoSens is the place to gather experienced ADAS and AD engineers and professionals. It brings a lot to the industry in order to see real problems in development. The topics are really practical and each made a genuine contribution." Thusitha Parakrama, MOBIS Parts Europe
"Good for see what is going on in the active safety and connected areas." Yvonne Malmsten, Volvo Car Corporation