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Automated Driving 2024

19-03-2024 – 20-03-2024 – Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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Program

Let yourself be inspired by top-class keynote speeches and trailblazing specialist presentations. Use the breaks and the evening event for in-depth discussions and to make contacts away from “day-to-day business”.

Welcome and opening of the conference

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group, Springer Nature, Germany

Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Torsten Bertram
Head of the Institute of Control Theory and Systems Engineering (RST), TU Dortmund University, Germany

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KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Moderation

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group, Springer Nature, Germany

Keynote Speech

Navigating the path to mass market autonomous mobility

Prof. Shai Shalev-Shwartz
CTO, Mobileye, Israel

Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Keynote Speech

Sustainable Urban Mobility Frankfurt (SUMP): risks and opportunities of autonomous vehicles

Heiko Nickel
Head of Strategic Transport Planning, City of Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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DEVELOPMENT METHODS I

Moderation

Andrea Conti
Vice President ADAS/AD, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Application of MBSE methods in virtual homologation procedures for automated driving functions

Till Temmen
Project Engineer FEV.io GmbH and Research Associate, Intelligent Mobility & Software, Teaching and Research Area Mechatronics in Mobile Propulsion, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Coauthors: Max-Arno Meyer, Prof. Dr. Jakob Andert, Louis Wachtmeister, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Sébastien Christiaens, Dr. Christoph Kugler, Mohammadsadegh Zabihi, FEV.io GmbH, Germany

Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS I

Efficient data replay for AD validation: cutting costs, enhancing speed

Gregor Hordys
Product Manager, Connectivity Automated Driving & Software Solutions, dSPACE GmbH

Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS I

Virtual validation of driving functions along a continuous tool chain

Dr. Michael Kochem
Vice President Strategic Consulting & Engineering, IPG Automotive GmbH, Germany

Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS I

Lunch in the exhibition area

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DRIVING FUNCTIONS I

Moderation

Dr. Karl-Heinz Glander
Senior Vice President Global Engineering, NNG, Germany

The technology of the "AutBus" autonomously driving people- and goods-mover

Armin Engstle
Site Manager AVL Roding, AVL Software and Functions GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Felix Elrod, Diego Turrado Blanco, Daniel Schröder, AVL Software and Functions GmbH, Germany

Session: DRIVING FUNCTIONS I

EDAG CityBot – automated driving control of a multifunctional, autonomous robot vehicle

David Münzing
Portfolio Manager ADAS, EDAG Engineering GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Jonas Grötzinger, EDAG Engineering GmbH, Germany

Session: DRIVING FUNCTIONS I

The journey to regular operation of a fully automatic terminal tractor at a depot in mixed operation

Rüdiger Meyer
System Designer, ZF CV Systems Hannover GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Thomas Wolf, ZF CV Systems Hannover GmbH, Germany

Session: DRIVING FUNCTIONS I

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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PERCEPTION I

Moderation

Georges Massing
Vice President MB.OS Automated Driving, Powernet & E/E-Integration, Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany

Improving 3D object detection for autonomous driving – a case study of data-driven development

Dr. Christopher Pinke
Product Manager Robotaxi, Continental Autonomous Mobility Germany GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Andreas Hartmannsgruber, Shanoop Pangottil, Chen Jing, Continental Autonomous Mobility Germany GmbH, Germany

Session: PERCEPTION I

Multi-object tracking based on imaging radar 3D object detection

Patrick Palmer
Research Assistant, Institute of Control Theory and Systems Engineering (RST), TU Dortmund University, Germany

Coauthors: Martin Krüger, Prof. Dr. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Torsten Bertram, Institute of Control Theory and Systems Engineering (RST), TU Dortmund, Germany; Dr. Richard Altendorfer, ZF Group, Germany

Session: PERCEPTION I

Enhancing digital maps with AI-derived confidence information

Dr. Martin Pfeifle
CTO, NNG, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Karl-Heinz Glander, Marcell Szántó, NNG, Germany

Session: PERCEPTION I

System for functional hedging of automated and autonomous vehicles in the assembly line

Lennard Margies
Group Manager Automotive Assembly and Production of Alternative Drive Technologies, Zentrum für Mechatronik und Automatisierungstechnik gGmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Rainer Müller, Zentrum für Mechatronik und Automatisierungstechnik gGmbH, Germany

Session: PERCEPTION I

End of the 1st conference day

Networking Dinner

Enjoy a pleasant evening and interesting conversations over dinner with colleagues and speakers.

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