Agenda Topics in Detroit

Agenda Topics

By engineers, for engineers, that’s our mantra. We’ll bring you a range of workshops, demonstration sessions, high level presentations and panel discussion that address the issues of today and tomorrow for engineers and research managers working on vehicle perception.

We all know that the long-term plan is to bring fully autonomous vehicles to the masses, but the AutoSens Advisory Board have been assembled to ensure that these meeting agendas are relevant to the hardware and software engineering challenges faced by OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies.

Read the Program Announcement for Detroit 2019 

Themes to be addressed will include:

  • Developments and challenges in sensor hardware, including camera, LIDAR, radar, infrared and spectral imaging
  • Sensor fusion, image processing and ECU requirements
  • Functional safety requirements and standards
  • Real world testing versus virtual validation/simulation
  • Deep learning/computer vision
  • Image quality and standards
  • AI/training data and ground truth modelling
  • Regulation/ethics considerations for self-driving vehicles
  • Driver monitoring systems
  • Human factors in sensor design and operability
  • Cybersecurity and data protection for autonomous vehicles

Find out more about AutoSens in Detroit

Academic – Poster Session

The technical agenda for Detroit is now finalised and will be released soon. If you are an academic or a research institute and missed the call for papers deadline, why not submit your research for presentation in our poster session.

AutoSens focuses on vehicle perception for ADAS and autonomous vehicles, covering sensor hardware, computer vision, AI and image processing and more. We are interested in showcasing the latest academic research via our poster session and encourage submissions to be made from all relevant research fields.

Please download our guide to find out more

Call for Papers – AutoSens 2019

Call for papers for 2019 are now closed for Detroit, and the agenda is now confirmed. If you wish to speak at AutoSens in Brussels – please get in touch as detailed below.

Send a presentation title and abstract of no more than 500 words, plus 3-5 takeaways/lessons learnt from the presentation, along with the speaker’s name, job title, organisation and short biography to

Submissions for AutoSens in Brussels 2019 close 24 May 2019.

Find out why you should attend AutoSens here  

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