About The Event
BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF THE STUTTGART AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE EXPO & CONFERENCE
Using the hugely successful formula that has been applied to the annual international event held in Europe, UKi Media & Events has announced that ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo & Conference will head to the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, USA on March 1 & 2, 2022
San Jose, in California’s Silicon Valley, continues to emerge as a critical global center for transport and smart mobility development.
Engineering, research and development teams from most of the world’s automotive OEMs, transport startups and deep technology suppliers have operations here, and the San Jose event provides ideal access to new business and opportunities to expand client relationships.
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo San Jose, CA, 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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Automotive engineers and technologists from transport startups, OEMs, Tier 1 research and development teams, AV trucking, last-mile delivery and campus mobility.
Rivian | TuSimple | Lucid | NIO | Volvo | Toyota Research Institute | Mercedes Benz R&D | Nuro | Pony AI | Motional | Zoox | Amazon | Apple | Waymo | Tesla | Torc Robotics | Embark | Peloton Technology | May Mobility | Aurora | Faraday Future | Baidu | Byton | Ford Silicon Valley | Renault Nissan | Paccar Truck | Cruise | Aptiv | AutoX | Woven Planet | Outrider | Bestmile | Honda Innovations | Nissan Research Center | And more…
Bringing together world leading experts in the field of autonomous vehicle research, AI, software, sensor fusion, AV testing, validation, development, standards and safety.
The 2022 ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo Conference will be held in San Jose California, alongside the expo, on March 1 & 2. Over 40 speakers will discuss the latest developments in the world of next-generation ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology.
First speakers announced
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Interested in speaking at the event?
If you would like to make a presentation at the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo
The organisers of the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo USA 2022, invite you to put forward a presentation for consideration, to speak at the conference taking place on March 1 & 2, 2022, at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, USA.
Your presentation should provide a technical insight, share unique challenges and experiences, and discuss technical solutions, addressing the challenges and opportunities of developing 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.
We are also 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.
Please submit your proposal here. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss your submission in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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