Apply Existing Technologies to Enable the Next Phase in Auto Safety

The most focussed forum on the here and now of self-driving technology. As these technologies storm the headlines, we focus on the current challenges and unite players from research labs, automakers, tier 1’s and the complete supply chain to plan for the imminent future.

Topics to be discussed:

  • ADAS VS. ACTIVE SAFETY VS. AUTONOMOUS: What exactly are the NHTSA and SAE definitions? Get to grips with the classifications to set the scene for how the tech. and legislations will develop

  • COLLISION AVOIDANCE: Hazardous weather, pedestrians, intersections – no problem! Develop failsafe solutions that deal with the realities of the road – whatever the scenario

  • HUMAN FACTORS: Like it or not – humans are part of the equation. How to transition from vehicle to human control? Do drivers actually want active safety tech? Tackle the twin challenges tech. and trust to build consumer buy-in

  • VEHICLE SECURITY: With hacking and data corruption a very real threat to vehicle safety! Tackle data packaging, privacy and the V2X network to ensure security is at the core of every tech. decision

  • THE NEXT WAVE: From integrating active safety with passive safety to the role of IoT e.g. utilizing biometric data for vehicles to base decisions – see into the future of active safety

Experts who will share insights in 2015:

  • Chuck Gulash, Director – Collaborative Safety Research Center, Toyota
  • Amine Taleb, Manager – Advanced Projects, Valeo
  • Benedikt Brecht, Senior IT Connected Vehicle Engineer, Volkswagen
  • Bryan Reimer, Research Scientist, MIT/MIT AgeLab
  • Chan Lieu,Senior Legislative Advisor, Venable LLP
  • Gail Gottehrer, Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP
  • Phil Magney, Principal Analyst - Automotive, Vision Systems Intelligence, LLC
  • Richard Wallace, Director, Transportation Systems Analysis, CARS
  • Roger Berg, VP North America Research & Development, Denso
  • Stephen Novosad, ITS Texas
  • Christian Schumacher, ADAS Business Unit, NAFTA division Chassis & Safety, Continental
  • Donald Grimm, Senior Researcher – Global Research & Development, General Motors

Meet Your Next Partner

  • We're famous for uniting the entire industry under one roof. Millions of dollars of business is signed every year at TU-Automotive events
  • 20+ hours of networking sessions will ensure you walk away with a host of genuine new contacts and potential partners

See what the industry said about the 2014 event:

This is a great conference to get focused content on V2X communications for safety and vehicle automation

Hyundai Ventures

Hyundai Ventures

Excellent representation from all players within the V2X community

Visteon

Visteon

Great opportunity to catch up with existing partners, meet new entrants to the market and build partnerships

Security Innovation

Security Innovation

Very well organized and very informative conference

Volkswagen

Volkswagen

I met people at the conference who had answers to questions I had

Nissan

Nissan

Well attended across many involved industries. It met my expectations and was well worth the investment.

Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls

Excellent show - time well spent!

State Farm Insurance

State Farm Insurance

The V2V and V2I conference is continuing to gain traction as it broadens its focus to include active safety and ITS topics

Continental

Continental

Thanks,

Ruthana

Ruthana Foulkes
Ruthana Foulkes
Director
TU-Automotive
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