Electronics Architecture Evolution Towards Automated Driving
An autonomous car is the main vision of the automotive industry for the next decade. In 2017, many OEMs started implementing intermediate milestones through advanced driver assistance (ADAS) functions to achieve a fully autonomous car. From the industry point of view, realizing the new technology with reasonable costs and reliability is a key requirement for deploying autonomous cars.
The upcoming “Automotive E/E Architecture China Conference 2017” to be held on the 25th-26th May. in Shanghai, has invited Mr. Akhilesh Kona to make a presentation that will provide an overview of the vehicle networking challenges and trends with a deep dive into ADAS sensor architecture evolution to support different levels of automated driving from L1 to L5. Mr. Akhilesh Kona covers the area of automotive electronics and semiconductor with a focus on autonomous cars, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and body electronics. He is primarily responsible for market research on sensors and semiconductors content including various technology trends and architectural developments in the field of autonomous cars. Before joining IHS, Akhilesh worked in the automotive semiconductor industry at Freescale Semiconductor and also on embedded systems for industrial automation at CMC Limited. Akhilesh has a Master's degree graduate in Electrical Engineering from Deggendorf University of Applied Sciences in Germany.
“Automotive E/E Architecture China Conference 2017” will help you build and establish the key industry contacts and generate new business leads with China local automotive OEMs and Tier1s, including Great Wall Motor, Yutong Bus, Huachen Auto, Yundo Auto, Dongfeng Auto, Haima Auto, Weltmeister Motor, Singulato Motor, Faw Automotive, Geely Auto, BAIC New Energy Vehicle, Mentor Graphics, UAES etc.
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