Engineers who eat, sleep and breathe the objectives of automated driving, machine vision, LiDAR, driver monitoring, and active safety know that the sensor requirements keep evolving every six months. Application of these automotive technologies calls upon the need for proactive sensor cleaning. In his article, Freddie Holmes (2019) points out that while the vehicle’s beltline is the ideal viewing point for vision sensors, it can also be the dirtiest. As sensor availability is mission-critical, sensor cleaning takes on a prominent role. Read more about the intrigue of sensor cleaning and the dlhBOWLES proactive approach here: https://www.automotiveworld.com/articles/poised-and-prepared-proactive-sensor-cleaning-is-a-must/
(2019). Poised and prepared: proactive sensor cleaning is a must. Automotive World. Retrieved from https://www.automotiveworld.com/articles/poised-and-prepared-proactive-sensor-cleaning-is-a-must/
Join us and more than 250 stakeholders at the San Jose Marriott for Automotive World’s M:bility California conference on September 17 and 18. Insightful practical and research-based discussions will be led by technology and automotive industry pacesetters. Among many others, speakers will include: Rasheq Zarif of Deloitte, Jim Alder of Toyota AI Ventures, Ganesh Iyer of NIO, Brian Kushnir of Kantar, Sam Abuelsamid of Navigant Research, Daniel Davenport of Capgemini, Ravi N. Raj of Passage AI, Kevin Roberts of EY, Nokia’s Houman Modarres, TomTom’s Praveen Chandrasekar, Steve Wernikoff of Honigman, and Scott Mercer of Volta Industries.
The four technology-driven trends: connected, autonomous, shared, and electric (CASE) – indicate a revolution in motion that will change the way people and goods move. Expounding on mobility trends and future changes, the topics covered will include mastering maps and sensors, customer pain points, artificial intelligence, fifth-generation (5G) wireless data, safety, testing, strategic partnerships, the user experience, and government regulations, as well as the numerous challenges the industry faces in its quest to bring electric vehicles into the mainstream.
Future CASE mobility solutions are riding on the trust and acceptance of the consumer. Government representatives Jared Ho of United States Federal Trade Commission, Jean Schlitz of Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy, Jill North of the City of San Jose, and Carol Kuester of Metropolitan Transportation Commission will provide clear understanding of the regulatory role that must be undertaken in the key relationship between artificial intelligence, mobility providers, and their customers. We hope to meet you at M:bility California. Book your tickets here: https://www.automotiveworld.com/conferences/mbility-california-book-tickets/
dlhBOWLES has partnered with Automotive World to sponsor the M:bility|Europe Conference. The two-day conference on July 9th and 10th in Stuttgart, Germany is designed to help stakeholders understand how the development and implementation of mobility will drive change while highlighting the challenges to overcome.
Featured speakers and panelists from leading companies in mobility innovation will include BMW Group, Volvo Group, Deutsche Telecom, Continental Automotive, Renovo, Trafi, and NIO Germany. This year’s conference will include the topics of safety, fuel cell technology, sensor data collection, artificial intelligence, and consumer privacy to provide attendees insight to grasp the future of mobility.
dlhBOWLES will be featuring our LiDAR cleaning demo debuted at CES2019. The demo utilizes the latest Leddartech LiDAR unit integrated with our patented cleaning system to keep the LiDAR functional in all environmental conditions. Engineering and Sales staff will be on hand to answer any of your questions.
Schedule a time to meet with us: https://dlhbowles.com/solutions-services/adas-autonomous-vehicle-technology-2/#contact
Visit the conference site for more information or to register to attend the event.