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Workshop agenda announced for Self Driving Track Days

Self Driving Track Days, to take place on 10 July in Milton Keynes, presents six exciting half-day workshops from industry and academia. Cranfield University, WMG, Parkopedia, Horiba Mira dive deep into important subjects, alongside industry partners on the popular Introduction to self-driving technologies workshop, which will feature segments from sensor experts, software and algorithm developers and other suppliers to the autonomous vehicle technology ecosystem.

The one-day training event and exhibition takes place on July 10 at Daytona Karting in Milton Keynes UK, and is the perfect event for technicians, engineers, new entrants or specialists in autonomous vehicle technology fields, with training delivered by the professionals working on autonomous vehicle projects right now, from commercial research and development to scientific endeavour.

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