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The Critical Role of Sensors in Autonomous Vehicles

Available On-Demand Until: November 1, 2019

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Autonomous vehicles are now moving beyond early applications in the military and construction industries to revolutionize the way we drive every day. Sensors and actuators play a critical role in self-driving vehicles, controlling both the driving and safety aspects of the car. As such, they must operate flawlessly.

This 60-Minute Webinar from SAE International and Tech Briefs Media looks at the function of various types of sensors as well as which sensors are best suited for each function.

A Q&A follows the technical presentation.


Speakers:


Akash Kotamraju, Systems Engineer, HELLA

Akash Kotamraju is a Systems Engineer at HELLA Corporate Center USA Inc., where he specializes in sensor technology and is responsible for the technical delivery of products to meet customer requirements. He also serves as the technical lead for the Rain Light sensor and Structural Health and Knock Emission (SHAKE) sensor. Prior to joining HELLA in 2017, Akash held various positions including Powertrain Systems Engineer and Powertrain Validation/Test Engineer at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. He earned a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Mississippi State University.

Christopher Wiegand, Ph.D., Product Manager, dSPACE GmbH

Dr. Christopher Wiegand is Product Manager at dSPACE GmbH, where he is responsible for the ADAS/AD sensor simulation/validation tool chain in the context of model-, software-, and hardware-in-the-loop testing methods. Before joining product management, Christopher worked at the University of Paderborn in the Sensor Technology Group and at the Fraunhofer Institute as a research engineer. He received a doctor’s degree in electrical engineering.

Matthieu Worm, Program Lead Autonomous Driving, Siemens PLM

Matthieu Worm joined the Simulation and Test Solutions group of Siemens PLM in 2016 to drive the program for the ADAS and autonomous driving domain. Before working at Siemens, he was Engineering Manager at Moog, developing high-end driving simulators and automotive test equipment. Matthieu started his working career at Toyota Motor Europe as Vehicle Safety Engineer. He earned master’s degrees in industrial design engineering at Delft University of Technology and in business administration at Antwerp Management School.



Moderator: 

Lisa Arrigo, SAE International
 

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