The AutoSens agenda in Brussels gets right to the heart of the challenges facing vision system engineers of today and tomorrow. The content is geared to provide insight, generate discussion, and propose solutions for shared challenges in ADAS and semi-autonomous vehicle technologies.
Themes to be addressed will include:
- Developments in sensor technologies, including LIDAR, radar, infrared and spectral imaging
- Sensor fusion, including validation challenges and discussion of different combinations of sensors
- Functional safety and testing, including real world versus virtual validation
- How much can simulation emulate reality?
- Image quality and standardisation
- What is needed to realise V2X and V2V
- Camera developments/challenges/HDR requirements
- Image processing requirements
- Evolution of algorithms
- Deep learning/computer vision and incorporating AI into embedded system
- Regulation/ethics considerations for self-driving vehicles
- Driver monitoring systems
- Human factors in sensor design
- Operational capability and making tactical decisions to stay within OC
Call for Papers – AutoSens 2018
Submissions should be along the following guidelines:
- Send a presentation title and abstract of no more than 500 words along with your name, job title, organisation and short biography to [email protected]
- Proposals are for a 20 minute presentation in any of the programme tracks
- All requests are sent to the advisory board and will be assessed for timeliness, quality and relevance to this year’s agenda objectives
- AutoSens organiser reserve the right to make the final decision on inclusion of any paper
- AutoSens Brussels Call for Papers deadline is 25 May 2018.
Agenda in 2017