Automotive Tech.AD 2016 – a success!

250+

Leading Experts

75+

Industry-Focused Speakers

80:20

Buyer:Seller

70/30

Decision Makers / Senior Influencers


Who was there?


all Speakers

Impressions 2016

  • “A great place to meet people in the industry to build relations, get new contacts and talk about what's hot and what's not.”
    Anna Pernestål Brenden, KTH, Sweden

  • “Great networking opportunity with plenty of interactive discussion formats”
    Robin Schubert, BASELABS GmbH, Germany

  • “A very interesting exchange with all major actors involved in Autonomous Driving.”
    Laurent Chassoux, JTEKT, France

  • “Opening new horizons in a positive habitat.”
    Hakan Erduran, 2GetThere, The Netherlands

  • “The interactive sessions were fantastic.”
    Baro Hyun, Hyundai Motors, South Korea

  • “Good opportunity to meet people working on automated driving and future mobility from different points of view (customers, OEMs, Tier1s, planners...).”
    Patrick Heinemann, Audi AG, Germany

Key Topics 2016

  • Autonomous driving scenarios – Debate what sort of driving can be automated
  • The big hurdle: Legal and liability aspects of autonomous driving
  • HMI challenges – Explore the changing role of the driver and implications on HMI
  • Urban mobility towards 2020 – Discuss OEM strategies, V2X tech and smart communities today to create the path of automated vehicle technology of tomorrow
  • The whole picture of automated driving – Learn how to involve all key players: Legislators, transport authorities, communities, car manufacturers and real customers
  • The safety / availability trade-off in autonomous driving – the need to assure safety without affecting availability
  • Exploring how both Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications can enable improved effectiveness of active safety systems
  • Autonomous systems for off-highway and agriculture applications – discover challenges and opportunities


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