SAE International is holding a unique applied research event to discuss and exchange ideas and methods for validation, benchmarking, and assessment of Connected and Automated Vehicle Systems (CAVS).
Hosted by Hosted by Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), the Automated and Connected Vehicle Systems Testing Symposium will take place June 20-21 in Greenville, South Carolina.
Through a series of panels and workshops, attendees will gain an understanding of the complexity of engendered engineering verification and validation, and share and gain insights into new paradigms and reference architectures and consensus-benchmarks with complex computational models and fielded experimental deployments.
“Identifying inhibitors and enablers to bridge the gap from technologies to products is the major focus of the program,” Dr. Venkat Krovi, the symposium’s executive program committee chair and CU-ICAR’s Michelin-endowed chair in vehicle automation, said.
“A forum to showcase the engineering challenges, the underlying engineering frameworks, systematic down-selection processes; and to discuss engineering validation and benchmarking needs is critical.
“The symposium will go beyond a set of general presentations into an applications-based discussion of reference-architectures, design- and implementation-choices, detailed/statistical test-results and analyses to assist the industry in establishing priorities for solving problems and creating work groups to solve them.”
Session topics will include:
- Show Me the Money: Monetizing Vehicle Connections
- To err is human. Is your automated vehicle safer than you?
- Safe Automated Vehicles Benchmarking
- To Augment Reality (or Not): A Quintessential Test & Validation Question?
- Testing Centers and Pilots
- Knowledge and Experience Transfer between commercial vehicle and automotive industries
- SAE Automated Vehicle Standards and Initiatives
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