AutoSens Detroit launches programme agenda

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This year AutoSens in Detroit promises to be bigger and better than ever. Returning to the Michigan Science Center in May 2020, AutoSens brings together the brightest minds in the industry at an international forum for idea sharing, technical discussion and collaboration.

70+ pioneering companies who have just been announced on the program include Mercedes Benz, Siemens, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cruise, GM,, Ford, Zenuity, zoox, Continental, FCA, Magna, AAA, Robosense and Automobility plus many more.

AutoSens in Detroit is a learning experience for engineers that unites an academic focus with research and innovation from key players in the industry.

A third technical track is being added this year, to delve deeper into discussion on deep learning, sensor fusion, and validation and calibration. Attendees will also get to understand the latest developments in in-cabin monitoring, RADAR, LiDAR and thermal, covering the full sensor suite available, whilst appreciating how image quality and AEB challenges are being addressed.

With a mix of conference sessions, discussion forums, in-depth tutorials and a showcase of cutting-edge tech, AutoSens is the place for technical experts to delve deeper, make valuable connections and share knowledge.

The conference and exhibition at AutoSens runs from 12-14 May 2020 at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit. Early bird ticket prices end Friday March 6.

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