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DAY: 3 Tailored digital twins in target locations for ADAS and AV testing
In Stuttgart, MORAI is displaying MORAI SIM: Drive, its innovative digital twin simulation platform that targets specific regions. The South Korean startup is already making an impact within the ADAS and AV sector with its simulation solution, tailored to ‘target locations’. According to MORAI, feedback from stakeholders and customers has been positive and is what draws them to the company.
Day 3: High-resolution digital lidar for superior 3D perception in all weather conditions
At this year’s ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo in Stuttgart, Ouster is showcasing its newest OS sensor hardware release, Rev 06. Powered by the company’s new L2X chip and equipped with the latest firmware that offers full dual-return capabilities and doubles the signal processing power of all its OS sensors, Rev 06 provides superior 3D perception through fog, rain, dust and snow.
DAY 2: MicroVision unveils new lidar product line to enable high-speed highway safety features
MicroVision is in Stuttgart to introduce its new generation of sensors, developed with an OEM-friendly design to enable high-speed highway safety features. The MAVIN DR is a dynamic-view lidar system that will enable new ADAS safety features, meeting the need to see further with greater clarity and respond more quickly to emerging situations.
DAY 2: Solid-state lidar for accurate near-field perception and more
Velodyne Lidar EMEA is presenting its latest hardware and software solutions at the expo. Its Velarray M1600 solid-state sensor has been designed for autonomous applications in public, commercial and industrial environments and is optimized for accurate near-field detection for autonomous platforms.
DAY 2: Advanced triple-band antenna and smart GNSS signal splitter provide RTK and PPP accuracy
Tallysman is at ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo in Stuttgart to demonstrate its RTK (real-time kinematics) and PPP (precise point positioning) accurate antennas, featuring a tight radio frequency phase center variation (L1/L2/L5, etc), strong multipath mitigation, wide bandwidth to support all constellations and their spread spectrum signals, as well as deep filtering to mitigate near band signals.
DAY 2: Full solid-state lidar modules boast next-level sensing
Marelli Automotive Lighting
Marelli Automotive Lighting and XenomatiX have combined their expertise in optics and electronics to create a new line-up of lidar modules for autonomous vehicles, which they are presenting at the expo.
DAY 2: Open-architecture solution for rapid prototyping and AD development
Klas has announced at the expo that its RAVEN (Ruggedized Autonomous Vehicle Network) open-architecture solution for rapid prototyping and development of ADS and ADAS now supports logging from GMSL2 cameras.
DAY 2: Simplified ADAS testing with model-based, virtual development
Elektrobit is in Stuttgart to share how it can help simplify the development process in ADAS testing with model-based and virtualized development. It aims to help companies develop profitable embedded software programs that will validate test drive scenes and avoid expensive simulation.
DAY 2: AVL showcases its ADAS/AD portfolio, validation toolchain and proving ground
AVL is exhibiting its complete ADAS/AD portfolio, from ADAS/AD engineering services to ground truth data generation, data management and analytics, scenario-based test preparation and virtual testing solutions with its steering force emulator.
DAY 2: Automated driving full software stack with reusable, model-space-based perception
aiMotive is showcasing the latest generation of its automated driving full software stack, aiDrive 3.0, featuring in-house, model-space-based perception, which the company says is the foundation for higher-level automation but achieves much more than that.
DAY 1: Make sense of massive amounts of automated driving data with Simcenter Scaptor
Siemens is in Stuttgart to display its Simcenter Scaptor (sensor capture), which provides high-speed in-vehicle recording with a scalable and flexible hardware platform to capture, synchronize and store vast amounts of raw data under rugged test conditions.
DAY 1: 3D millimeter-wave radar simulator for autonomous driving
DAY 1: Cloud platform enables large-scale regression testing and more
Cognata is displaying a new Cloud platform that can manage data from simulations and real-world driving, as well as provide a full ADAS lifecycle management platform, on the first day of ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo, in Stuttgart, Germany.
DAY 1: Synthetic sensor data platform provides high-fidelity training data in real time
DAY 1: Deep learning AI inspection to speed up data curation and labeling
AIMMO is in Stuttgart to launch its Smart Labeling technology to the European market, claiming it can significantly reduce the time between data acquisition and availability of high-quality training data, enabling new scenarios, locations and edge cases to be trained faster.
DAY 1: Highly immersive, compact aVDS-S from AB Dynamics accelerates ADAS development
AB Dynamics presented its compact aVDS static driving simulator (aVDS-S) on Day 1 of the show. It features an active brake pedal and steering force feedback system for enhanced immersion, meaning it can be used for more advanced applications than traditional static simulators, such as regenerative braking control strategies and power steering calibration.
DAY 1: ReplicaR of the World simulation platform
Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AAI)
On the opening day of ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo in Stuttgart, Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AAI) is providing live demonstrations of its knowledge and data-driven approaches to its simulation platform, ReplicaR of the World, which combines vehicle data with synthetic data.
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About The Expo and Conference
Taking place alongside Automotive Testing Expo… More than 150 ADAS and autonomous tech exhibitors
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo returns to Stuttgart, Germany – Europe’s most influential hub for automotive innovation, research and development – on 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 Automotive Testing Expo Europe.
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ADAS & 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
Tuesday, June 21
09:00hrs – 17:00hrs
Wednesday, June 22
09:00hrs – 17:00hrs
Thursday, June 23
09:00hrs – 15:00hrs
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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.
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Amazon Web Services
Christian Contreras Campana
Automotive Artificial Intelligence (AAI) GmbH
Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
AVL List GmbH
AVL List GmbH
AVL List GmbH
Thomas Nguyen That
b-plus automotive GmbH
Carlo van Driesten
CETRAN - Centre of Excellence for Testing & Research of Autonomous Vehicles – NTU University Singapore
EDI GmbH - Engineering Data Intelligence
Ertico - ITS Europe
Christian Bering Pedersen
IAMTS (International Alliance for Mobility Testing and Standardization)
Xavier Sellart Ortega
Insight from Outside Consulting
KAN Engineering Ltd
Ernst Phillip Mrohs
Nokia Mobile Networks
P3 Automotive GmbH | University of Aveiro
Robin Van der Made
Siemens Industry Software
Spirent Communications plc
University of California
University of California
WMG, University of Warwick
Bird & Bird LLP
Continental AI Development Center
Nicolas du Lac
Istanbul Okan University
Panasonic Automotive Europe
Pedro López Estepa
The Linux Foundation
TTTech Auto AG
UL International Germany GmbH
University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Vector Informatik GmbH
Kris De Meester
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