This website uses cookies

Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make a user's experience more secure and to analyze traffic to the site. We use cookies for the following purposes:

- Necessary: Cookies are required to access secure areas of the website and to provide important platform notifications. The site cannot function properly without these cookies
- Statistics: Cookies are used to track device information anonymously to better understand how visitors interact with the website.

This notice applies to the following domains:

Advances for Autonomous-Vehicle Sensing

Thursday, March 14, 2019 at noon U.S. EST

Click HERE to find the start time at your location

Development of Lidar and absolute localization (high-precision GNSS) for autonomous-vehicle applications continues at a breakneck pace with the goal of reducing size and cost while enhancing performance.
This one-hour Technical Webinar from the editors of SAE International explores the latest advances in these technologies and sensor simulation and discusses what they can do to speed the adoption of high-level vehicle automation.

An audience Q&A is included.


Joel Gibson, Executive Vice President of Automotive, Swift Navigation

Joel Gibson, Executive Vice President of Automotive, heads Swift’s Detroit Michigan office and is responsible for automotive strategy, enabling automated driving, precision navigation, and other safety and ADAS applications. Previously, he served a long tenure with Magna Electronics, a company that provides innovative electronic systems to the automotive industry. Over the course of 15 years with Magna, Joel fulfilled many roles in both Germany and Michigan and began a camera product line that grew to be the largest automotive camera Tier-1 supplier worldwide. He holds a bachelor’s degree in systems engineering from Oakland University.

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.
Aravind Ratnam, VP of Product Management, AEye

Aravind Ratnam leads product management at AEye, where he is responsible for product strategy, requirements, roadmap, content, and specifications. A former management consultant, Aravind has a deep understanding of business models and broad exposure to various markets, including semiconductor, industrial/robotics, and aerospace/defense. Prior to AEye, he led product management at the Connected Vehicle Solutions business unit of Wind River. He also led corporate strategy at Wind River, garnering recognition for his crisp points of view and tight business model framing in autonomous driving, cybersecurity, edge analytics, and related areas. Aravind holds advanced graduate degrees in space science from Florida Tech, as well as in management and engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Moderator: Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

By submitting your personal information, you agree that Tech Briefs Media Group and carefully selected industry Sponsors of this content may contact you and that you have read and agree to the  Privacy Policy. You may reach us at You may unsubscribe at any time.  


close log in form button
Log In Now Not Registered?

close register form button
Register Now Already Registered?