Partners

DELL

Texas, USA

@DellTech

Upcoming Session

 Tuesday 23 November

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 2:00pm GMT

Location: Stage 1

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The Software Revolution and the Future of In-Vehicle Electronics

The automotive market beyond 2030 will look quite different compared to today’s, and consequently so will traditional operating strategies. The development of a reliable and complete ecosystem is key for future success, both inside and outside the vehicle. The new functionalities found in cars today and expected in the future are not about hardware; instead the industry is entering the “software-defined everything” era. Software-defined vehicles and “functionality as a service” will continue to drive new revenue streams in the future, as well as create cost-reduction opportunities along the entire automotive value chain.

  • Hear the results of a Wards Intelligence/Dell Technologies automotive industry survey on future vehicle architectures
  • Learn how to put back-end processes and infrastructures in place to efficiently adjust and scale to the needs of the complex and broader ecosystem of the future

Hear from:

Larry Vivolo
Senior Business Development Manager for Automotive and Semiconductor Design and Manufacturing
Dell Technologies

Arm

Cambridge, UK

@ArmEmbedded

Upcoming Session

 Tuesday 23 November

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 11:10am GMT

Location: Stage 1

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Best of both: how to use the same image sensors for computer and human vision

Alongside the rapid progress in image sensor-based autonomous driving capabilities and associated sensor technologies, human viewing applications are an increasingly common and important differentiator for consumers. This presentation will examine the challenges we face when the same image sensors are used for both purposes simultaneously, and how we can avoid sacrificing image quality for flexibility in our hardware choices and software algorithms.

Hear from:

Matthew Hellewell
Principal Image Quality Engineer
Arm

Xperi

California, USA

@xperi_

Upcoming Session

 Tuesday 23 November

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 5:30pm GMT

Location: Stage 1

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Panel discussion: Is deep learning here to stay?

Deep learning has led to remarkable progress in artificial intelligence and has significantly advanced performance across areas in vehicle perception. Will deep learning be central to the next stages of development or will the challenges of advanced AI and limitations of deep learning mean otherwise? Please note this panel was recorded under Chatham House rules.

Hear from:

Firas Lethaus
Head, Deep Learning Expert Center, Software Innovation Center, Data Lab
VW Group

Danil Prokhorov
Project Leader and Research Manager
Toyota Tech Center

Jonathan Horgan
Deep Learning and Computer Vision Architecture Manager/Valeo Senior Expert
Valeo Vision Systems

Szabolcs Fulop
Director of Engineering
Xperi Corporation

Moderated by Dominique Bonte
Managing Director and Vice President
ABI Research