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Resilient and Robust Sensing for Automated Systems for Transportation



Event: Resilient and Robust Sensing for Automated Systems for Transportation
Date: Thursday 23rd June 2022
Location: The University of Warwick
Time: 9am - 5pm
Cost: Free

About the event

This one day conference aims to bring together the different stakeholders and national and international experts working on Automated Systems for Transportation. The event will offer an opportunity to understand and discuss the latest technical advancements in the area of resilient and robust sensing, and will highlight the key challenges that need to be overcome to ensure the safety of the automated systems based on environmental perception sensors.

The day will have three tracks focused on the key aspects described below; the last session will be an interactive activity to gather interest on topics to be covered in the following events, with the aim of building a sensor community based in the UK but open to international contributions meeting regularly two times per year.

Each session will have one longer talk (30 min) from high profile world-leading experts, with additional 10 min talks followed by Q&A. Please see the full agenda below.


Agenda

Time

Title

Speaker

09:00 - 09:30

Registration

 
09:30 - 09:45

Welcome

Dr. Valentina DonzellaLink opens in a new window, WMG

Gunwant DhadyallaLink opens in a new window, AESIN

09:45 - 12:00

Session 1: Robust sensing - sensor data degradation and its implications on the automated system performance.

Darryl PerksLink opens in a new window, ON Semiconductor - Image Analytics Engineer

Pak Hung (Harry) ChanLink opens in a new window, WMG, Project Engineer, Intelligent Vehicles - Sensor Group

Dr. Kashif SiddiqLink opens in a new window, Oxford RF Solutions, CEO & CTO

Richard DudleyLink opens in a new window, NPL, Principal Research Scientist

12:00 - 13:00

Networking lunch

 

13:00 - 14:00

Session 2: Left shifting of testing - what can we achieve in simulation and the importance of sensor models and data collection.

Fabio RewayLink opens in a new window, CARISSMA, Research Fellow

Bogomil ShtarkalevLink opens in a new window, IPG Automotive, ADAS Application Engineer

Joss PetitLink opens in a new window, Ansys, Manager Application Engineering

 14:00 - 15:15

Session 3: Sensor vulnerabilities and sensor fusion - cyber attacks, interference, but also fusion techniques to mitigate sensor weaknesses.

Alejandro TruebaLink opens in a new window, MIRA, Simulation and Modelling Engineer

Jonathan RobinsonLink opens in a new window, WMG, Project Engineer, Intelligent Vehicles - Sensor Group

Dr. Dimitrios TzagkasLink opens in a new window, JLR, RADAR Specialist

Jasmine ZidanLink opens in a new window, WMG, Communication and Electronics Engineer.

15:15 - 15:30

Tea/coffee break

 
15:30 - 16:15

Workshop and closing remarks

 
16:15 - 17:00

Tour of WMG facilities (optional)

 

Registration:

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The event will be delivered in partnership with:

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If you would like to learn more about WMG's Intelligent Vehicles Sensors research, please click hereLink opens in a new window.