AutoSens in Detroit has a number of activities spanning from May 14-17 2018
Day One: May 14 – IEEE P2020 Working Group
Registration link to follow
Day Two: May 15 – Tutorial Day, Exhibition Preview, Roundtable Discussions and Autonomous Vehicle Demonstrations
Delegates can choose from topics such as:
- Understanding lidar and its use cases
- Introduction to Image processing
- Functional safety requirements for ADAS and AVs
Tutors will lead groups of around 15-25 in 3 hour sessions, through collaborative and interactive discussions. Read more here >>
For access to the Tutorial Day, just book an “AutoSens LEARN” ticket.
Dataspeed and AutonomouStuff will be running demo laps of their vehicles, featuring an array of sensors, processors and software, at a nearby location to Michigan Science Center, as well as giving technical overviews of the technology. VSI will also give attendees the chance to ride on the local roads surrounding our demo area in their Tesla Model S AP2 research car. During this demo VSI will be discussing the OTA activities of this car and new autopilot features.
Visitors and press are invited to see first-hand what the latest technology can do and talk to the engineers developing the full vehicle systems. Attendees will have time to get up close and hands-on with the vehicles to learn about how they operate.
The vehicles have been developed by leading edge companies with the highest level of technical expertise, so engineers at all levels will benefit from exposure to this state-of-the-art autonomous vehicle technology show-case.
Access to the demos is included in all tickets, including AutoSens Lite, which also provides access to the main AutoSens exhibition (on Tuesday afternoon only).
PLUS! The AutoSens Exhibition zone will be open to all AutoSens attendees, for a preview session from 1pm, followed by a round table discussion session at 5:30pm and a Welcome Drinks Reception in the Exhibition Zone.
Day Three: May 16 – Conference Day 1 and Evening Reception
- 40+ speakers presentations over 2 days
- Extensive networking sessions
- Start-up pitches
- Poster session curated by University of Michigan-Dearborn
- Panel discussions
- Technology exhibition with over 30 displays
Day Four: May 17 – Breakfast Briefing and Conference Day 2
Attendees have the chance to fit in some early networking at Arm’s hosted breakfast briefing. Join them for a seated buffet breakfast, and the chance to discuss what it takes to bring autonomous vehicles to mass deployment.
The proceedings will close with a second day of conference content, consisting of two further program tracks and a closing plenary session featuring the world’s most renowned technical experts covering the latest essential topics in vehicle perception technology.