Progressing to Level 3 Autonomy: Sensor Integration with Machine Learning Autonomy

Available On Demand Until October 25th 2019

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As personal vehicles move toward the increased sophistication of SAE Level 3 autonomy, more advanced sensors are required, as is their ability to collaborate with onboard machine-intelligence capabilities. This 60-minute Webinar from the editors of SAE International explores the latest sensor advances such as solid-state Lidar, millimeter-wave radar, and their integration with new onboard capabilities such as HD mapping and artificial intelligence.

A Q&A follows the technical presentation.


Noam Arkind, Ph.D., Co-founder and CTO, Arbe Robotics 

Dr. Noam Arkind is Co-founder and CTO of Arbe Robotics. He has over 10 years of experience in R&D and holds a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the Robotics Lab at Weizmann Institute of Science. At Arbe Robotics, Noam and the R&D team work toward making autonomous driving a reality, developing a proprietary imaging radar to provide real-time 4D mapping in high resolution. Prior to Arbe Robotics, Noam led the algorithm development at Taptica and the Space IL control system.

Kimberly Clavin, VP of Engineering, Pillar Technology, an Accenture Industry X.0 Company 

Kimberly Clavin is the VP of Engineering for LOOP at Pillar, an Accenture Industry X.0 company. Kimberly is called the “Connector of Things” since she concentrates on creating digital experiences that bring together people, places, and products. Using her previous experience in the corporate and education sector, she develops strategies for applications of embedded solutions in wearables and useful products for people of all ages. Her passion for all things smart and connected plays into her work on LOOP – a test framework used as a velocity multiplier for Pillar Technology's embedded development engagements. Kimberly holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Tom Driscoll, Founder and CTO, Echodyne 

Tom Driscoll is Founder and CTO of Echodyne, which provides breakthrough radar sensors to commercial markets. Tom leads the engineering team to develop the company’s product portfolio, helping them redefine sensing for an autonomous age. Previously Tom was Managing Director of the Metamaterials Commercialization Center at Intellectual Ventures, where he and a small team of scientists realized a metamaterials technology platform that has underwritten four start-up companies. Tom holds a Ph.D. in physics from UCSD and a B.S. in physics from Harvey Mudd. He is also an adjunct professor at Duke University.

Nicolas du Lac, CEO, Intempora 

Nicolas du Lac is the CEO of Intempora, which specializes in advanced solutions for real-time multisensor applications for robotics, ADAS, and autonomous vehicles. Nicolas earned his engineering degree from Ecole des Mines de Paris, where he majored in robotics. He joined Intempora in 2001 as a lead software developer for RTMaps®, took over technical management of the company in 2002, and became CEO in 2012. Nicolas has a strong technical background in software development and real-time systems. He has been involved in many R&D projects in the field of ADAS development and autonomous vehicle prototypes.


Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

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