Thanks to the rapid development of driver assistance systems, the digital world and mechanical automobiles are increasingly merging into one. Further, steps toward partially and fully automated driving for all types of transportation are consistently being taken, with the ultimate goal being to someday achieve a "zero accident rate". Given the dynamic developments in this area, manufacturers have to constantly stay on the ball. Combining presentations and in-depth discussions, the international ATZ Conference "Automated Driving – From Driver Assistance to Autonomous Driving"(formally "Driver Assistence Systems") offers you the ideal platform.
Artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms are exciting factors in the advancement of automated driving. At the same time, a key role is played by the cognitive abilities of human beings. Automated driving functions offer drivers greater degrees of freedom, but their reduced level of attention requires intelligent solutions that ensure that drivers are quickly returned “into the loop” cognitively when they are required to regain control of the vehicle. On the machine side, this is based on suitable software applications and the handling of large amounts of data. The aim is to combine the collaboration of artificial and human intelligence with the ability of humans and machines to cooperate in order to create new levels of interaction. The necessary prerequisite is that society accepts this development.
Insurance companies have also discovered the benefits of automated driving as an important and lucrative field of business. For example, they are increasingly focusing on telematics tariffs and already have a number of autonomous vehicles on the road as pilots. They also want to have a say in who owns the data in the vehicle.
The ATZ Conference on Automated Driving has proven itself as an annual trend barometer for the successes as well as the adaptations that are required for technical, legal, and social reasons. For that reason, comparisons and measurable improvements over the past 12 months are of the greatest interest in the submission of your paper. So please make us curious – and surprise us with your latest findings and experiences to provide the conference advisory board with a good basis for evaluation.
Artificial neural networks,
machine learning, evaluation
SENSOR SYSTEMS AND FUNCTIONAL SAFETY
Environment recognition, interfaces,
vehicle dynamics models,
Cooperation, collaboration, testing
The ATZ conference “Automated Driving – From Driver Assistance to Autonomous Driving” (formally "Driver Assistance Systems") is aimed at engineers and managers as well as experts involved in developing driver assistance systems and those who cooperate with these developers in the interdisciplinary field of vehicle-to-x technology. In addition to automotive engineers, the target group also includes function developers, software and IT engineers from industry, application-related research and teaching as well as experts working in fields relating to the social, economic and legal background conditions.
65185 Wiesbaden, Germany
German and English with simultaneous interpreting (German – English / English – German)
A trade exhibition of interesting suppliers and service providers rounds off the conference and provides the opportunity to find out about innovations on site.
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