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AutoSens Detroit features packed speaker lineup

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The Michigan Science Center, situated next-door to Wayne State University in Detroit, facilitates a meeting of minds for senior engineers, technical experts, innovative business leaders and academics. Uniting at AutoSens in Detroit, from 14-16 May, the community will discuss and debate the challenges that lie ahead for ADAS and autonomous vehicles.

Fusing leading academic research, industry R&D and OEM insights, AutoSens in Detroit is a practical learning tool for engineers as well as a first-class networking experience. The conference dives into the US automotive market delivering invaluable updates for an international audience of 450+ technical experts and engineers. With in-depth workshops, roundtable discussions, vehicle demonstrations, conference sessions and an exhibition of the latest technology showcases; AutoSens provides the perfect environment to foster collaborations through a culture of openness, sharing and discussion.

Specific program highlights include the opening plenary with presentations from the US Highway Loss Data Institute talking about the impact of current deployed ADAS technologies on road safety. A Keynote presentation from Ed Bernardon, VP Strategic Automotive Initiatives at Siemens, and a fireside chat with Daniel Prokhorov, Head of the Future Research Department, Toyota Motor North America. There will be technical presentations from experts at GM, Changan, Aptiv, Daimler, NVIDIA, Valeo, Sony, TomTom and more, as well as academics from Wayne State University, University of South Carolina and MIT. The pre-conference Workshops this year are four very interesting sessions from Osram about infra-red sensing, 3M discussing materials science, a ROS tutorial from Microsoft, and Forrest Iandola of DeepScale one of the world’s leading experts on deep neural nets, a key technology of the future for autonomous vehicles.

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