Vehicle Development: Machine Learning, Testing & Simulation

Agenda

  • Thursday, February 13, 2020
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    8:30 AM 
    Breakfast, Networking and Demos
    Speak with the executives shaping the future of automotive by getting your technology into their hands during the networking breaks. Show-and-tell tables are available in registration.

    Be sure to stop by the demo tables from:
    • Nvidia
    • Fujifilm
    • Dassault Systemes
    • Samasource
    • Metamoto
    • Aceinna
    • CalmCar Vision Systems
    • NextChip
    • A2Mac1
    • Cluster Imaging
    9:00 AM 
    Opening Remarks
    9:05 AM 
    Market Overview
    Today's analyst will set the stage for this meeting with background and facts on the current state of the Vehicle Development, an update on where the technology is headed, and some insight into the opportunity for innovation in this segment.

    • Jim Hines, The Analyst Syndicate
    9:25 AM 
    Keynote: Leveraging Simulation
    Autonomous vehicles must be tested in conditions that are risky for humans as well as those that are difficult for driverless cars before they can operate on public roads. Simulation makes it possible to drive millions of miles in virtual environments across a broad range of scenarios — from routine driving to rare or even dangerous situations — with greater efficiency, cost-effectiveness and safety than what is possible in the real world. Learn how autonomous vehicle developers are leveraging high-fidelity simulation to validate their technology at massive scale.
    • Matthew Cragun, Product Manager, DRIVE Constellation, Nvidia
    9:45 AM 
    Panel: Using Simulation and ML in ADAS
    Simulation is essential in developing and testing the systems that assist drivers in the cars of today. Using huge training datasets, Machine Learning, and Virtualized Simulations of real-world situations, ADAS performance can be improved, contributing to driver safety, comfort, and new features. But there are subtle and nagging differences between the real world, and the simulations, and bridging these is the crux of modern science. Our panel of hands-on experts will tell us the tricks and techniques they are using to get the most out of Simulations, and what it's offering today's cars.

    Panelists:
    • Moderator: Derek Kerton, Chairman, Autotech Council
    • Heidi Hysell, CEO & Co-Founder, Alpha Drive
    • Vijay Nagasamy, Research Scientist, Ford
    10:30 AM 
    Networking Break
    Flip over your agenda to the attendee list and put some faces to those names as we give everyone 30 minutes to connect with each other. As always, we are happy to help you find the person you want to meet.
    11:00 AM 
    Rapid-Fire Demo Presentations / Fastpitch
    Companies with relevant cutting edge mobility products, services and solutions are welcome to register to be a rapid-fire presenter. These demo slots are 5-minutes and used to introduce new companies or new products, in the hopes of creating interest and follow-up from the Silicon Valley telecom and automotive community including the carriers, the manufacturers, and the investors who follow innovation in this segment.

    • Rick Sturgeon, Senior Director Transportation & Mobility at Dassault Systemes
    • Duncan Curtis, VP Product at Samasource
    • Mark Hary, Sr. Sales Executive at Metamoto
    • David Hallac, Founder & CEO at Viaduct
    • Reem Malik, Sr. Sales Engineer at Aceinna
    • Jun Wang, President at CalmCar Vision Systems
    • Barry Fitzgerald, Business Development at NextChip
    • Glenn Compton, Area Sales Manager at A2Mac1
    • Semyon Nisenzon, President & CEO at Cluster Imaging
    • Heidi Hysell, CEO at Alpha Drive
    12:15 PM 
    Lunch
    Please close this meeting by connecting with the companies and people who presented their new ideas and products during the rapid fire pitches.
    1:00 PM 
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