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Autonomous driving has received much attention globally. Here we explore how innovation globally will impact the nature of autonomous driving.
Whilst machines may take over driving, there will still be a human who needs to use and trust the vehicle and, for now at least, a human that needs to market this technology’s attributes.
From testing to real-time processing & decision making, AI has a massive role to play in autonomous driving. Learn how to harness AI development.
Public road testing, virtual testing, simulation, embedded software testing, safety and crash testing…. There are now a multitude of test bases for ADAS and self-driving vehicle platforms.
• Explore the differences between validation of autonomous vehicles and validation of ADAS systems.
• Discuss the challenge in testing the sheer number of possible scenarios that an autonomous vehicle could face. Learn advantages of possible solutions incl. applying AI to testing
• Consider how data collected from test cars and digital simulation can be applied in the design process. Debate the need for a technical data consortium to share anonymized test data
Autonomous vehicles require highly accurate, up-to-date maps for a safe and smooth driving experience. Explore how AVs can access real-time maps with minimal latency.
Understand why edge cases will become more and more important among emerging players
The autonomous vehicles is a fragmented space and customer adoption is slow but First Group works with local cities and municipalities on how to incorporate AV’s
Neural networks are becoming ubiquitous in solving the perception problems in ADAS and self-driving cars. In addition to the classical use of the neural networks for sign recognition, they are increasingly used in other areas, such as semantic segmentation, traffic lane recognition, etc.
Find out how these adversarial images can be easily manufactured, why these attacks pose a new type of security threats and cannot be caught by traditional cybersecurity methods
Law makers and local authorities have a make-or-break role in the testing and roll-out of AV. This session will discuss current and upcoming regulation.