Automated and Autonomous Vehicles: Overcoming Engineering Challenges for Future Mobility, 20 June 2019, Nuneaton
Start date: 20/06/2019
Cost: Cost: Please register via link:
When: Thursday 20th June 2019 | 08:30 – 17:30
Where: Mira Technology Institute, MIRA Technology Park 1 Eastern Avenue, Nuneaton CV10 0UX
Best for: All those involved in CAE and CAV technologies
It is widely accepted that automated technology will play a bigger part in the automobile industry in the future, and that the industry is building towards autonomous vehicles through ever more capable automated and driver assistance features.
According to recent industry research, the shared driverless vehicle market could potentially reach $10.40 billion by 2031. However there are a number of issues to resolve including safety measures and sensor integration before the industry achieves this.
This seminar will provide attendees with an update on the latest technology and developments while helping them understand the opportunities, issues and risks associated with this technology. Take away best practice from thought leaders and engineers in industry that will enable your organisation to develop safe, robust systems.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
- Current technology capability and the future roadmap
- Meeting legal requirements through updates on safety legislation and regulation
- Validation and verification of autonomous systems
- Identification technology including sensor integration, LiDAR and Infrared
- The future of connectivity and system architecture
- Public knowledge and perception
Full details and registration available at http://events.imeche.org/ViewEvent?code=SEM6870
DISCOUNT FOR NAA MEMBERS:
As a supporting organisation of this event, NAA members can save on their place. Simply book at the Supporting Organisation rate online or contact IMechE Event Enquiries and mention your membership (firstname.lastname@example.org)