About The Expo and Conference
Taking place alongside Automotive Testing Expo. More than 150 ADAS and autonomous tech exhibitors
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2024 Stuttgart returns to Stuttgart, Germany – Europe’s most influential hub for automotive innovation, research and development – on June 4, 5 & 6, 2024!
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.
Save the dates – book your booth today!
Three full days, 150+ exhibitors, 120+ conference speakers and thousands of visitors from across the European vehicle safety, validation and autonomous driving sector
Ralph Grewe - Product manager, Continental
“The ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo in Stuttgart is one of the biggest conferences and exhibitions focusing on ADAS/AD professionals that I am aware of,” said Ralph Grewe, perception product manager of the driverless innovation line at Continental. “It’s a great event to get an overview of the current trends and products relevant for ADAS/AD development, and a must-have in your calendar.”
Oliver King - ADAS development engineer, Nissan
“We wanted to see some of the latest technology available from suppliers, to understand areas where currently we’re not up to standard, and get a better overall understanding of the industry,” commented Oliver King, an ADAS development engineer at Nissan. “We’ve come in search of some key topics around connected vehicles and how to evaluate them, as well as data management, as we’re seeing vehicles with a lot more sensors now, and in turn, we have a lot more data to manage and analyze. [The show] has been really good, really interesting. There’s lots of interesting technology – and helpful people to explain it all to us.”
Guido Fusco - ADAS systems engineer, Iveco
“I’m an ADAS engineer at a vehicle truck company in Italy that is always interested in innovation. We are looking for new solutions and are very curious about what’s happening on the market and discovering the latest trends,” explained Guido Fusco, an ADAS systems engineer at Iveco. “We have been looking around to see what we can do to improve our products and to look toward the future with new solutions. I’m mostly focusing on ADAS systems and autonomous driving where the main challenges involve the sensors, perception and AI training – and there are a lot of very interesting companies here, so it’s been awesome.”
Check out our exhibitor interviews from recent events
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2024 Stuttgart 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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Welcome to the Press Center for ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2024 Stuttgart
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Point One Navigation launches GraphQL API
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