The June edition of AutoSensONLINE has the overarching theme of Advances in Sensors for ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles, with two afternoon’s of content addressing developments in cameras, automotive radar, thermal systems and LiDAR. On the first day technical presentations will be given by Zoox on advances in cameras and OmniVision will be focusing on improvements in automotive CMOS image sensors. Tower Semiconductor will also be discussing automotive radar, and FLIR will be presenting research into how thermal cameras can improve AEB.
On day two we’ll be hearing from RoboSense on the evolution of automotive LiDAR, and VSI Labs will examine the efficacy of autonomous sensor and perception systems in adverse weather conditions, with special attention to snow and winter weather. ON Semiconductor are presenting a session exploring 4D imaging, and TRIOPTICS will be sharing the findings of a paper on the assembly and testing of LiDAR components.
Fresh features for June
New for the June edition, we are hosting virtual round table discussions across topics from the challenge of keeping sensors clean, to safety requirements and the current struggles in the AV industry. Presenting companies include Zoox, TTP, Valens, AEye, and the Southwest Research Institute. Attendees can play an active part in the discussion, or listen in passively.
Plus, a selection of our AutoSens partners will be running virtual demo sessions to give attendees deeper insights into their technical offerings. We will have demonstrations from Algolux, Image Engineering, OmniVision, and TriEye. You can click here to find out more about our virtual demos.
What’s more, we are giving attendees the chance to join virtual coffee breaks, interspersed throughout the afternoon’s content, through which you can have an informal chat with groups of your fellow attendees.
Registration is free!
Attendees can register just once to receive free access for all seven days of AutoSensONLINE, comprising of all the content from AutoSensONLINE in May available to watch ON-Demand, and access to both two day events in June and July. Content from each series is made available online for participants to watch after each event.