ETAS Connections 2018 – Challenges in the Development of Autonomous Driving Systems

ETAS Connections 2018 will take place on October 22 and 23 in Stuttgart’s Wagenhallen. Many esteemed decision-makers and experts will convene at this annual event to discuss topics important to the automotive industry’s future. This year’s focus lies on the topic “What are the challenges in the development of autonomous driving systems?”

The age of autonomous robots is upon us. At home, on farms, in the air, and on the road – smart systems are assisting us everywhere and this is only the beginning. Autonomous driving is drawing closer. But will it help us turn the vision of accident-free driving into reality? What is the state of the art? Where are the barriers? What are the challenges? What can we achieve today?

Together with the Advisory Board, an impressive line-up of international speakers addressing the following topics was organized:

•            Simulation-based development
•            Data-driven development
•            Software development methods and tools for level 2 to 5 systems
•            Adaptive AUTOSAR
•            Software platforms for autonomous driving
•            Artificial intelligence in autonomous vehicles
•            Functional safety and SOTIF (Safety of the Intended Functionality)
•            Security as the key to digital transformation

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