AutoSens Conference & Exhibition in Hong Kong
5/F, Building 5E, 5 Science Park East Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park
Building on the strength of the AutoSens name and leveraging relationships in their community, organisers will gather the leading engineering minds and innovative technologists across Asia to develop this event. Arriving in Hong Kong in early 2021, the third iteration to the annual AutoSens calendar will deliver more of the same in-depth technical content addressing vehicle perception and sensing challenges, as well as establishing a local finger on the pulse, to discuss the latest pan-Asian market developments.
Agenda for Hong Kong
The agenda will be in development over the course of 2020. Audiences can expect sessions on sensor hardware, image processing, validation and simulation, driver monitoring, HMI, regulatory challenges, computer vision and more.
We are currently accepting abstracts and papers to speak on the Agenda in Hong Kong. Call for Papers is open until the end of 2020
About the Event
What’s on at AutoSens in Hong Kong?
AutoSens in Hong Kong will take place over 3 days in 2021, with a wide range of educational, networking and hands-on experiences to give attendees maximum value from the event.
From sensors to software, systems to simulation, hardware, testing and services there will be plenty to see over the three days. Many of the exhibitors will have demos on their stands, so it is the ideal chance to see the latest technology. Ask us about the Technology Showcase.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
If you have a product or service that would benefit any of the delegates attending any of the AutoSens conferences and exhibitions, why not enquire to see how AutoSens can help your business. As well as Exhibition space, we also have a wide range of bespoke sponsor and exhibition items available and can tailor a package to your specific needs.
Why Hong Kong?
Hong Kong Science & Technology Park
Hong Kong Science Park is a living laboratory where innovative technologies are tested and applied, and valuable data and feedback are collected to enable future innovation. It is also piloted as a smart region to further Hong Kong’s Smart City vision. The park also engages the community to communicate the economic significance of innovation and technology and the possibilities they bring. They support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education and strive to build the city’s STEM talent pool.