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Danny Atsmon

Danny Atsmon is a seasoned technologist and subject matter expert in the domains of machine learning, computer vision and automated driving. Leveraging this unique expertise, Atsmon has been in the business of launching high-tech products for more than 20 years. He served as Harman’s (NYSE: HAR now Samsung) director of advanced driver assistance systems and senior director of machine learning and has co-founded several successful technology companies operating at the intersection of artificial intelligence and automotive technology.


Transforming vehicle manufacturing: redefining sensor selection processes through cloud technology

The Automated Driving Perception Hub (ADPH) is a joint venture between Cognata, Microsoft and AMD, providing an end-to-end solution for selecting sensor packages with confidence and efficiency. It combines Cognata’s ADAS simulation software, Microsoft’s Azure cloud, AMD GPUs and sensor models supported by suppliers. The presentation will address the complexities of selecting a sensor suite for ADAS and autonomous vehicles, offering a solution to help impede innovation and reduce costs. The platform enables engineers to run virtual tests and analyze sensor package alternatives, producing a cost/performance analysis in a matter of days instead of weeks.

The audience will learn:

  • Transformative strategies and technologies that reshape sensor selection in vehicle manufacturing for enhanced decision making and workflow optimization
  • The role of digital twin-based simulations in facilitating precise, efficient and photorealistic sensor testing and evaluation processes
  • How to harness robust supercomputing and AI advancements, boosting data management, machine learning and operational functionalities in sensor selection
  • Evolving trends, breakthroughs and the future landscape of automotive sensor selection and integration