About The Event
Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo returns to Stuttgart, Germany – Europe’s most influential hub for automotive innovation, research and development – from June 21, 22, 23, 2022!
Exhibitors will showcase the latest technologies to enable and accelerate end-to-end autonomous and ADAS applications, including testing tools, simulation, software, sensing and AI.
You can also benefit by networking in one dedicated meeting place with international delegates and speakers from the adjoining autonomous vehicle technology conferences.
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AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY EXPO STUTTGART, WILL SHOWCASE INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INCLUDING:
- AV/ADAS software
- Artificial intelligence
- Testing tools
- Simulation platforms
- Validation tools
- AV/ADAS hardware
- Imaging applications
- HD mapping and navigation
- Wireless communications – 5G
- V2V - V2X
- Investment VC
- Engineering services and consulting
- Test tracks and facilities
- Concepts and design
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Developing an autonomous vehicle?
This is the conference you should attend!
Two conference tracks with three conference stages. Expert speakers on the latest AV test and development technologies and practices, PLUS expert speakers on AV AI, software and sensor fusion.
Hear from around 100 expert speakers, who will showcase the essential building blocks and systems, including AI and deep learning, virtual environments, verification and validation of autonomous systems, and testing and development tools and technologies.
The Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development conference track was launched in 2015 and brings together almost 400 of the world’s leading engineers in the field of autonomous vehicle research, testing, validation and development. Speakers will present on: testing in synthetic environments, cyber threat testing, V2V and V2X testing, embedded software testing, human factors and HMI testing, validation and verification, safety standards and legislation, VeHIL, reliability testing of software and hardware systems, collaboration in testing & development, and much more.
Interested in speaking at the event?
If you would like to make a presentation at the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo
You are invited to put forward a proposed presentation for consideration. Your presentation should provide a technical insight, share unique challenges and experiences, and discuss technical solutions, addressing the challenges and opportunities of developing autonomous and ADAS technologies.
For track one we are seeking presentations discussing AI and software platforms for autonomous and self-driving vehicles; AI/programming best practice; sensor fusion; and how to understand, utilize and manage big data. For track 2 we are seeking presentations on AV testing, validation and development. Topics include, but are not limited to, testing in synthetic environments, HIL, real-world and open road testing, HD mapping, LiDAR, radar and camera development, cyber-threat testing, V2V and V2X, embedded software testing, plus all important safety standards and legislation.
If you have worked on a relevant project, have an opinion you’d like to share with the industry, or have a theory you would like to discuss, please submit your presentation title and a 100-word abstract. Sadly, we can’t accommodate every submission, but an early abstract or interest in speaking will increase your chances of securing a presentation position within the program.
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