AGENDA


6TH SEPTEMBER 20177TH SEPTEMBER 20178TH SEPTEMBER 2017
4.00

Reception

Opening of the technical exhibition

  • Test Cars & Driving Demonstrations
  • Driving Simulation
  • Test and Measurement Equipment
  • Virtual Testing

GET TOGETHER

9.00 – 9.30

Registration

9.30 – 9.40

Welcome & opening by the chairman

Dr.-Ing. Roman Henze

Dr Roman Henze
Manager Vehicle Dynamics & Active Systems
Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

MORNING KEYNOTES IN THE PLENUM

9.40 – 10.00

Connected and Automated Driving – What are the challenges?

Dr Axel Heinrich

Dr Axel Heinrich
Head of VW Group Research
Volkswagen AG, Germany

10.00 – 10.20

Seeing what no car has seen before: How Artificial Intelligence enables Automated Driving

Dr Uwe Franke

Dr Uwe Franke
Head of Image Understanding Group, Vehicle Automation and Chassis Systems
Daimler AG, Germany

10.20 – 10.40

Automated Driving at BMW

Dr Peter Schiele

Dr Peter Schiele
Head of Project Fully Automated
Driving, BMW Group, Germany

10.40 – 11.10

Coffee break

11.10 – 11.30

Digitalization of the Transport System. Connected Vehicle, Cooperative Systems and Automated Driving. Evolution or Revolution?

José-Manuel Barrios

José-Manuel Barrios
Head of Innovation
Applus IDIADA Group, Spain

11.30 – 11.50

Solutions for Automated Driving

Christian Schumacher

Christian Schumacher
Vice President Sales & Customer Project Management & Program Management Systems
Continental, Division Chassis & Safety, Germany

11.50 – 12.20

Plenary Discussion

Dr Axel Heinrich  Dr Uwe Franke  Dr Peter Schiele  José-Manuel Barrios  Christian Schumacher

Dr Axel Heinrich > Dr Uwe Franke > Dr Peter Schiele > José-Manuel Barrios > Christian Schumacher

12.20–1.45

Lunch

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

 HUMAN-MACHINE-INTERACTION 
1.45 – 2.10

Safety in Use of highly automated driving – Methodology and Data acquisition

  • Methodology of Safety in Use: Analysis and Quantification
  • Data Acquistion: Human Factor Studies, Natural Driving Studies and Field Operational Tests

Dr Florian Raisch

Dr Florian Raisch
Manager Safety in Use and Impact Assessment
BMW Group, Germany

2.10 – 2.35

Lane change system for automated driving

  • How does the driver want to be driven while lane change maneuvers?
  • Influence of the degree of automation on acceptance threshold values with regard to comfort and safety
  • Analysis of manual driving behavior while lane change maneuvers and benchmark

Thomas Strehlow

Thomas Strehlow
Volkswagen AG, Germany

 SITUATION PREDICTION AND TRAFFIC INTERACTION 
1.45 – 2.10

Traffic Scene Prediction and Interaction Strategies for Autonomous Driving

Martin Krähling

Martin Krähling
Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH, Germany

2.10 – 2.35

High-resolution radar based environment perception and maneuver planning

  • Challenges and development potentials of high-resolution radar
  • Radar based environment perception and free space detection
  • Cost function and decision-making strategies for collision avoidance maneuvers

Mingkang Li

Mingkang Li
Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

2.35 – 3.00

Intersection Assist – The key enabler towards automated driving in urban areas

Marc Simon

Marc Simon
Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG, Germany

3.00 – 3.20

Coffee break

 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & VEHICLE CONTROL 
3.20 – 3.45

Neural networks for adaptive control in future driver assistance systems

  • An adaptive approach to increase the fault tolerance of safety-related systems
  • Advanced online learning methods for robust usage of neural networks
  • Study of the long-term stability in the closed loop control system

Dr Philipp Schnetter

Philipp Schnetter
Development Engineer
Volkswagen AG, Germany

3.45 – 4.10

Saliency guided region proposal network for CNN based object detection

  • Detection of distant objects using a mono-camera for advanced driver assistance systems
  • Proposing saliency-guided region proposal networks to enhance CNN-based distant object detection
  • Evaluation on a vehicle dataset including small target objects with distances up to 200m

Ann-Katrin Batzer

Ann-Katrin Fattal
Technical University of Darmstadt & Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG, Germany

4.10 – 4.35

Deep learning – a new paradigm?

  • Deep learning is a big hype today, but not a solution to everything
  • Where do traditional algorithm still play a role
  • Power efficient implementation in high performance semiconductor solutions
  • What does the volume market require, what is expected in the premium segment

Cyril Cordoba
Global ADAS Solution Strategy, Renesas Electronics Corporation

 TELEMATICS & DIGITAL MAPS 
3.20 – 3.45

Safe, Secure OTA software updates for the automated driving future

  • Digitalization and the growing need for remote software management
  • Remotely tuning automated driving algorithms
  • Value-added revenue streams for the „Third Space“

Timo Littke

Timo Littke
Chief Analyst
ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH, Germany

3.45 – 4.10

Highly accurate HD maps to enable vehicle indoor localization for autonomous valet parking

  • Definition and production of HD parking area maps
  • Concept of vehicle indoor localization using maps
  • Native vs. artificial landmarks
  • Follow up service cost and robustness due to changes

Bernhard Müller-Beßler

Bernhard Müller-Beßler
Promotives GmbH, Germany

3.45 – 4.10

Building dynamic on-street parking maps for advanced vehicle guidance

  • The pain of finding parking: Causes & effects
  • Using deep CNNs on street-level imagery to create HD parking maps
  • AI-based modeling and validation of parking occupancy at nationwide scale

Johannes Riedel
Co-Founder / Product Manager, AIPARK, Germany

4.35 – 4.50

Coffee break

PLENARY SPEECH

4.50 – 5.15

The Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform

Dr Andreas Brands

Dr Andreas Brands
Digital Advisors
Microsoft, Germany

5.15 – 5.40

Impact of automated driving on the future of mobility

Arunprasad Nandakumar

Arunprasad Nandakumar
Frost & Sullivan, Germany

5.40 – 6.05

Automotive Platform – How to ensure safe and
secure telematics access to in-vehicle data

Markus Bartsch

Markus Bartsch
Head of Marketing/Sales
TÜV Informationstechnik GmbH, Germany

6.05 – 6.20

Questions and Answers

6.20

End of presentations

6.45 – 10.00

Evening event

At the end of the first conference day, CTI invites you to a dinner in the brewhouse Ernst August.
Enjoy dinner and networking!

8.25 – 8.50

Reception

8.50 – 9.00

Opening of day 2 by the chairman

Dr.-Ing. Roman Henze

Dr Roman Henze
Manager Vehicle Dynamics & Active Systems
Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

MORNING KEYNOTES IN THE PLENUM

9.00 – 9.20

Future Mobility in Europe

Gilles Carabin
Unit B.4 Sustainable and Intelligent Transport, DG MOVE – Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission, Belgium

9.20 – 9.40

Driverless driving – from ethical challenges to
functional safety

Prof. Manfred Broy
Technical University of Munich
Institute for Informatics, Ethics-Commission for automatic driving, Germany

9.40 – 10.00

Automated Driving – More safety and more fun?

Prof. Dr Mark Vollrath

Prof. Dr Mark Vollrath
Department of Traffic and Engineering Psychology
Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

10.00 – 10.20

Mobility as a service: how to properly plan for the future

Prof. Jaume Barceló

Prof. Jaume Barceló
Strategic Advisor PTV Group
Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Spain

10.20 – 10.40

Questions and Answers

10.40 – 11.10

Coffee break

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

 LEGAL ASPECTS 
11.10 – 11.35

Automated driving and the supply chain

  • Change of contract structure due to the disruptive entrance of new players
  • The traditional supply chain in the automotive industry – Challenges and obstacles für suppliers
  • The new players in the market for driver assistance systems and automated driving and their roll and force

Dr Christian Kessel

Dr Christian Kessel
Partner
Bird & Bird LLP, Germany

11.35 – 12.00

Autonomous driving: Cars as smartphones on four wheels

  • The current legal framework
  • The challenges to our concepts of liability and data privacy
  • Who shall be considered the driver of the car?
  • Data security issues

Dr Joerg Kahler

Dr Joerg Kahler
Lawyer, Partner
GSK Stockmann, Germany

 ADVANCED ENVIRONMENT SENSING 
11.10 – 11.35

Road model information fusion for automated driving

  • Proposal of a high-level road model information fusion framework for automated driving
  • Combination of regulatory traffic elements, lane geometry, and digital map information
  • Consideration of incomplete, uncertain and inconsistent information sources

Dr Matthias Schreier

Dr Matthias Schreier
Continental Teves AG & Co. oHG, Germany

11.35 – 12.00

Challenges of secure environment sensing for automated driving

  • Camera based environment detection for automated driving
  • Self learning algorithms in vehicle applications
  • Requirements to Safety, SOTIF, Security and validation
  • Illustration of challenges within the BMWi-founded research project AutoConctruct

Heiko Ehrich

Heiko Ehrich
Head of Electronic Systems & Car IT
TÜV NORD Mobilität GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

12.00 – 1.00

Lunch

 CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS/SERVICES/BUSINESS MODELS 
1.00 – 1.25

What will be the real impact of vehicle autonomy on traffic conditions?

Luigi Bisbiglia

Luigi Bisbiglia
Business Development Manager
SBD Automotive, England

1.25 – 1.50

Use case analysis – opportunities for a preventive risk management in mobility services

  • The derivation of key performance indicators for a continuous monitoring during operation
  • A data quality check ensures a reliable outcome of trend and forecast models and enables preventive reactions
  • Automated and human management decisions to maintain customer satisfaction

Prof. Dr Robert Dust

Prof. Dr Robert Dust
Technical University of Berlin, Germany

1.50 – 2.15

Effectiveness Assessment for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in the Field of Parking and Maneuvering

  • Development and analysis of an in-depth accident database using property damage insurance claims
  • Classification of accident kinematics in the field of parking and maneuvering and derivation of test scenarios
  • Development of a monetary effectiveness assessment method for ADAS addressing the field of parking and maneuvering
  • prospective monetary assessment of an exemplary ADAS

M.Sc. Julian Schatz

M.Sc. Julian Schatz
Research Associate
Technical University of Munich/Allianz Center for Technology, Germany

 TESTING + SIMULATION 
1.00 – 1.25

Development & validation of ADAS & predictive energy management systems

  • Development & validation from simulation to testbed to road
  • Predictive adaptive cruise control for commercial vehicles
  • Traffic light assistant for conventional & electrified cars
  • Cyber security & functional safety

Dr Stephen Jones

Dr Stephen Jones
Senior Product Manager Systems & Principal Engineer
AVL List GmbH, Austria

1.25 – 1.50

Vehicle-in-the-Loop: Augmenting real-world driving
tests with virtual elements for validation of highly
automated driving

  • Adding virtual elements (objects, scenarios, events) to real-world driving tests
  • Bridging the gap between simulation-based test environments and real-world vehicle tests
  • Improving the possibilities of validation in all development phase

Dr Roland Kallweit

Dr Roland Kallweit
Team Manager Predictive Safety
IAV GmbH, Germany

1.50 – 2.15

A Simulation-based approach for testing and validation of cooperative and automated vehicles

  • The challenges and potential solutions of releasing cooperative and automated vehicles
  • General requirements for the development of cooperative and automated vehicles
  • Composition of simulation-based tool chains for testing and validation

Sven Hallerbach

Sven Hallerbach
Adam Opel GmbH, Germany

2.15 – 2.45

Coffee Break

2.45 – 3.10

Carsharing and Ridesharing. Two services, one fleet (and other ways to increase utilization).

  • Learn how vehicle utilization in new mobility services drives profitability and which techniques to use to achieve the highest utilization rates.
  • Learn what’s required to launch a new mobility service offering, including end-to-end workflow, dispatch, scheduling, balancing supply, demand, CRM and payments.
  • Examine lessons learned from launching one of the largest car sharing programs in the US market

Armin Fendrich

Armin Fendrich
General Manager
Ridecell EMEA, California, USA

3.10 – 3.35

Will dealers play a key role in a shift from ownership to mobility? The industry is reinventing itself as car buying behaviour changes

  • clear strategies on how to turn online leads into relationships and sales
  • data science is unlocking sales potential by focusing on three key winning drivers in the new era

Mikael Moeslund

Mikael Moeslund
CEO and Co-Founder
EASI’R, part of Loyalty Factory GmbH, Germany

3.35 – 4.00

New business models impacting dealer networks in the world of autonomous vehicles

  • Connectivity of vehicles and workshops
  • Repairs and Maintenance of vehicles in world of automated driving
  • Shift to new retail business models, offer of new services
  • How to prepare salesmen and what to do with showrooms

Jiri Kakac

Jiri Kakac
Managing Partner
Powertrain s.r.o., Czech Republic

2.45 – 3.10

AUTOSAR adaptive platform for Intelligent vehicles

  • AUTOSAR classic platform overview and achievements
  • New challenges, use-cases and technological drivers
  • Future of AUTOSAR, the adaptive platform
  • New cooperation model

Dr Thomas Scharnhorst

Dr Thomas Scharnhorst
AUTOSAR official Spokesperson
AUTOSAR Development Partnership, Germany

3.10 – 3.35

ADAS and autonomous vehicle radar simulation with high-fidelity physics

  • Isolated radar simulation
  • As-installed radar simulation
  • In-environment radar simulation
  • In-driving-scenario radar simulation

Jacques Duysens, Systems Business Development Director of EMEA, ANSYS Inc., USA

3.35 – 4.00

Proving Ground Support for Automated Testing

M.Sc. Niklas Lundin, Acting CTO, AstaZero, Sweden

4.00 – 4.10

Summary by the chairman

4.10

End of international Symposium