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CES takeaways part 2

Part 2: Our top takeaways from CES 2024: Innovations in Software Defined Vehicle Technology

In this second edition of the CES takeaways by myself (Sara Sargent) and Kayleigh Pearson we cover innovations discovered from Samsung, Smart Eye, STMicroelectronics, AIRY3D, Cipia, and Sony+ Siemens at CES. I’m kicking this blog off first with a a breakdown of regulation meets Software Defined Vehicles – then enjoy the company updates and of course, tune in again for the next release!

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CES takeaways

Part 1: Our top takeaways from CES 2024: Reporting on the latest trends in ADAS & AV technology

What better way to kick off 2024, than a visit to CES to see the latest tech in the ADAS & AV industry? Our experts Sara Sargent and Kayleigh Pearson headed to the show in Las Vegas to gather the latest movements in the industry. Read Kayleigh’s first report…

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ASUSA24 first keynote speakers blog feature

AutoSens USA 2024: The Visionaries Behind the Wheel

The countdown to AutoSens 2024 has officially begun, and we’re thrilled to introduce our two exceptional keynote speakers who will set the stage for an unforgettable conference experience. Mark your calendars for May 21-23 2024 in the vibrant city of Detroit, for this pivotal event in the world of automotive sensing technology.

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Matthias Feulner

Automotive Radar Innovations Enable Next-Gen ADAS and Autonomous Driving

How can radar advance to be cost effective, meet safety standards and drive adoption? In this article, Matthias Feulner, Senior Director ADAS at NXP Semiconductors, explores automotive radar innovations that are doing just that. Don’t miss Matthias at AutoSens Brussels, where he’ll be diving deeper into the future of radar.

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Shashank Dabral

The Challenge of Designing Systems with High Levels of Autonomy

What system level challenges does the increasing level of compute and sensors now demanded for modern vehicles present? In this article, Shashank Dabral, Lead Platform Architect at Rivian, explores this in the context of body design, sensor cleaning, the camera harness – and the costs of this level of innovation. Shashank highlights key sessions for each feature that are not to be missed at AutoSens Brussels.

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