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Resilient and Robust Sensing for Automated Systems for Transportation

Event: Resilient and Robust Sensing for Automated Systems for Transportation

Date: Wednesday 19th June 2024

Venue: Scarman, University of Warwick, CV4 7SH


For the third year running, WMG in association with AESIN are pleased to announce the return of the Resilient and Robust Sensing Conference on Wednesday 19th June 2024 at the University of Warwick.

About the event:

The conference brings together stakeholders from academia and industry, including national and international experts working on Automated Systems for Transportation.

You will have the opportunity to understand and discuss the latest technical advancements in the area of resilient and robust sensing, and consider 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 four topics and include panel sessions. The sessions will include contributions from high profile world-leading experts in the field of Sensors for automated systems for transport.

Conference topics:

Sensor Data Quality, Degradation, and Metrics

Sensor Testing, Modelling, and Validation

Emerging Sensor Technologies (Quantum, Machine Learning, etc.)

Perception, Fusion, Mitigations

If you would like to submit a poster for the conference please click here.
Submission deadline: 10pm on Sunday 19th May 2024
Agenda

Time

Title

Speaker

09.00- 09.25

Registration

-

09.30 – 09.45

Welcome

-

09.45 – 10.20

Keynote 1: Virtual Test Platform Qualification for Automated Driving Systems

Ghazal Farhani (Automotive and Surface Transportation, Canada)

10.20 – 12.00

Session 1: Sensing in adverse conditions and data degradation

Anthony Huggett (onsemi, UK)

12.00 – 12.55

Lunch

13.00 - 13.30

Poster Session/Panel

13.30 – 14.05

Keynote 2: Development of RADAR model under extreme weather conditions

Yuri Poledna (THI and CARISSMA, Germany)

14.05 – 15.15

Session 2: Robust sensing, modelling, and safety

John Molloy (Uni of York, UK)

15.15 – 15.30

Break

15.30 – 16.15

Workshop – Sim4CAMSens CAV Catalogue

Alan Walker, Dirk Parker (Syselek)

16.15– 16.30

Close and final remarks


WMG's Sensors for Intelligent Vehicles group Link opens in a new windowhas a focus on "Robust Sensing”, as the quality of sensor data is key for any decision-making process in these systems, either based on traditional algorithms or AI-based ones. The group is led by Dr. Valentina DonzellaLink opens in a new window. who will be facilitating the conference.

Dr. Donzella will be joined alongside Gunwant DhadyallaLink opens in a new window, AESIN Director and Engineering leader with over 30 years' experience in the automotive industry.

AESIN Link opens in a new windowlaunched in 2012, is an outstanding member-based community committed to the next generation of UK-centric automotive electronics & software systems and supply chains.

See below highlights from the 2023 event.