Automated vehicles are already here today, with constraints helping to accelerate their development. Take the examples of highway autopilot systems and parallel parking assist systems: both have limited scope, both are examples of automated technologies available today. In this workshop, we will discuss with experts who have designed automated systems using constraints as a development path.
9:00 Welcome and Remarks, Reilly Brennan
9:45 Panel 1: Constraints How are innovators using constraints to accelerate self-driving features for today?
Panelists: Jan Becker (Faraday Future), Matt Carroll (Peloton), Stefan Heck (Nauto), Alex Rodrigues (Varden Labs).
10:20 BREAK 10 MIN
10:30 Research Discussion: Vision, Assistant Professor Gordon Wetzstein, EE
10:50 Research Discussion: Hardware, Professor Olav Solgaard, EE
11:10 BREAK 5 MIN
11:15 Panel 2: System integrators How are we integrating autonomous features into vehicles? A conversation with system integrators and manufacturers.
Panelists: John Eggert (Velodyne), Darnell Moore (Texas Instruments), Gary O'Brien (Delphi), Tory Smith (Ford).