Following its launch in San Jose last year, the newest US West Coast exhibition and conference for ADAS and automated driving returns to California later this month, at the Santa Clara Convention Center on September 20 & 21, 2023. ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo California will feature over 80 exhibitors from North America, Europe and beyond. Register here for your free fast-track entry code.
Already established as the leading expo on the subject in Europe, the California show follows the same winning formula, featuring a free-to-attend exhibition that brings together service providers big and small to showcase all the latest developmental tools designed to improve ADAS and move toward full AVs.
Visitors will find the best new equipment for simulation, synthetic data, datalogging, labeling and annotation, absolute positioning, mapping, V2X and signal testing, alongside the latest lidar, radar, cameras, sensor fusion and AI processing – everything you need for your testing and vehicle progression, all under one roof.
Highlights include a new vulnerable road user (VRU) target platform from AB Dynamics; a cloud software solution for autonomous driving simulation and validation from dSpace; the latest in critical scenario creation from Siemens; and an ADAS replay and HIL system built in with RDMA technology, from NI. Meanwhile, OxTS will debut a new lidar odometry solution; and Xylon is set to reveal its Quattro datalogging and HIL system.
See all the latest exhibitor news here.
What’s more, 70+ expert speakers from OEMs, big tech and Tier 1s, including Amazon, Plus, Google, Uber, Motional and Intel, will present at the adjoining conference (rates apply). Presentations not to miss include a deep dive into ‘Radars in autonomy – current landscape, challenges, and the future‘ from Zoox, while Waymo will reveal ‘How to measure surprising road user behavior‘. See the full conference speaker list here; and read the full conference program here.
You can read ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle International’s official show preview here.