Thanks to the rapid development of driver assistance systems, the digital world and mechanical automobiles are increasingly merging into one. Also, steps toward partially and fully automated driving for all types of transportation are consistently being taken, the ultimate goal being to someday achieve a “zero accident rate”. Given the dynamic developments in this area, manufacturers have stay on the ball at all times.
By combining presentations with in-depth discussions, the international ATZ Conference “Driver Assistance Systems – from assistance to automated driving” offers you the ideal platform.
In 2016 we saw new developments in automated driving. Advanced assistance systems are now available that allow trucks to see, think, and act and the potential for transferring technology from cars to commercial vehicles will help with the development of these systems. Interoperability is a fundamental requirement for the introduction of highly automated driving and in around five years’ time we may well have reached that point, because there are no longer any technical problems involved in sharing data from different manufacturers. In order to ensure that data from vehicles and the environment, some of which is cloud-based, can be exchanged without difficulties, interfaces need to be opened up and standards agreed upon. In addition, secure and regular updates “over the air” are important to enable us to make use of the swarm intelligence that is necessary for automated driving. For the first time the conference includes presentations for participants from insurance companies who are working in the fields of river assistance systems and automated driving.
For the first time the conference includes presentations for participants from insurance companies who are working in the fields of driver assistance systems and automated driving.
ON-BOARD POWER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES
Energy Management, Intelligent Power Distribution, Functional Safety
IT and Data Security, Big Data, Diagnosis and Data Analysis, Digital Maps
MARKETS AND USERS
Customer Acceptance, Insurance and Legislation, Start-ups
Dr. Klaus Büttner
Prof. Dr. Ralf Herrtwich
Dr. Thomas M. Müller
MAN Truck & Bus
Putting automated driving to the test – what can be achieved and how and when can this be done?
Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, Roland Berger GmbH
Dr. Klaus Büttner, BMW Group
Ralph Lauxmann, Continental, Division Chassis & Safety
Marc-Oliver Matthias, R+V Allgemeine Versicherung AG
Stephan Stass, Robert Bosch GmbH
Christian Theis, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
The Program in Detail SpeakersAdvisory Board
The ATZ conference “Driver Assistance Systems – From assistance to automated driving” 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 car-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.
60325 Frankfurt am Main
German and English with simultaneous interpreting (German – English / English – German)
There will be no simultaneous interpreting for the “Versicherungskonzepte” and “Forschung und Praxis” sessions.
A trade exhibition of interesting suppliers and service providers rounds off the conference and provides the opportunity to find out about innovations on site.
Details on the trade exhibition