ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo – four weeks to go!

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Leading companies specializing in sensors, simulation, mapping, data capture, testing, AI and sensor fusion – in fact anything required for the development of ADAS and AVs – will be exhibiting their latest innovations all under one roof at the Stuttgart Messe on June 21, 22 and 23, 2022, at ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2022.

The free-to-attend exhibition will showcase solutions from ADAS to full autonomy, including advanced technologies essential for AV development such as AI learning, virtual environments and the latest autonomous test and validation systems. The exhibition hall is expected to feature around 85+ specialist exhibitors, handpicked for their pioneering ADAS and AV expertise. Leading names include AVL, Horiba MIRA, Siemens and Velodyne.

For maximum convenience, the event is co-located with the adjacent Automotive Testing Expo (the world’s largest vehicle test and development technologies exhibition), featuring more than 350 exhibitors, where visitors can see countless more AV and ADAS validation systems and services.

Early exhibitor news includes Siemens announcing it will display its Simcenter Scaptor (sensor capture), which provides high-speed in-vehicle recording with a scalable and flexible hardware platform to accurately capture, synchronize and store vast amounts of raw data under rugged test conditions. Data can be structured using advanced automatic annotation to boost efficiency and productivity in the process, with the output from each scene in a structured dynamic and static environment, including all types of road users and the scenarios they create. This gives the possibility to find data gaps to fill, incorrect tags and to retrieve the appropriate scenarios for tests at any time. As such, Scaptor directly improves productivity by allowing developers to spend less time searching for the right data and more time using it to support algorithm development.

Klas will showcase its Ruggedized Autonomous Vehicle Network (RAVEN): an open-architecture platform for the development and assessment of autonomous driving stacks. RAVEN provides all the necessary computing, datalogging and storage, networking and connectivity for AV development in a compact, ruggedized form designed for life on the road. Multiple development environments can be implemented in a single test vehicle, significantly reducing the cost and effort of delivering on the promise of fully autonomous driving.

OPINA will share how it is building one of Europe’s leading open-innovation autonomous vehicle design and development platforms, together with important cluster services to support SMEs, startups, R&D organizations, OEMs, academics and researchers. OPINA platform services include training for ADAS and mobility development; software and hardware development and testing, such as MIL/SIL/DIL/HIL simulation and testing functions; and field testing on a regulated test track with autonomous test vehicles. OPINA also plans to be an accredited center.

Mechanical Simulation Corporation will be in Stuttgart to explain more about its recent acquisition by Applied Intuition and how this will allow customers to combine Applied’s simulation and software tools for autonomous vehicle (AV) development with its own vehicle dynamics simulation software (CarSim, TruckSim, BikeSim and SuspensionSim) that provides accurate and realistic predictions of real-world vehicle behavior. Visitors will see the benefits of Applied Intuition’s ADAS and AV tools, including comprehensive scenario development, physics-based sensors, procedural pipelines for 3D world creation, closed-loop re-simulation, and large-scale cloud simulations in continuous integration to scale, alongside automated scenario-based testing.

You can also hear the world’s leading ADAS and AV experts share their ideas and opinions via two dedicated conference tracks: Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development; and Autonomous Vehicle AI, Software and Sensor Fusion. One pass (rates apply) grants access to both conference tracks, for a combined program of more than 80 speakers, including experts from Amazon, BMW, Baidu, Einride, the European Commission, IBM, Intel, Mercedes-Benz, Renault and Volvo.

A must-attend event for anyone involved in ADAS and AV development, visit the website today to register for your free exhibition entry pass.

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