Sep 7-8, 2022

ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2022

The ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo is an annual automotive conference and expo that showcases the latest in autonomous vehicle technology. The expo is the leading conference for autonomous vehicles in Europe where it is traditionally hosted. 

The ADAS 2022 expo will showcase the latest technological advancements in autonomous vehicles and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Collimator is honored to be selected as one of the participants in its California debut.

What to expect from ADAS 2022 conference

The conference and expo will be held in San Jose McEnery convention center on September 7th and 8th from 9am – 5pm. Over 80 speakers will discuss topics related to automated driving systems, including standards, safety practices, and technology.

Conference Attendees and Speakers

Technology companies including Adastec, ARM, AWS, Collimator, Dell and Siemens will be in attendance. Also attending are automotive industry giants including Nissan, Mitsubishi, Mercedes-Benz who will hold sessions during the conference. 

If you are in any leadership position for any engineering company, you should consider attending this year's expo as well. This includes:

Conference Topics and Sessions

In the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2022 we expect to hear from companies specializing in a wide range of fields, including:

About Collimator

Collimator is a modeling and simulation platform for engineers to design and test complex, mission critical systems in a way that is reliable, secure, fast and intuitive. Collimator provides a unified environment to design, simulate, test, and continuously upgrade autonomous systems. This is important for the world today where big data is used to train neural networks and engineering design continues through the lifecycle of a system. Reduce your risk and bring products to market faster by using Collimator to:

Design autonomous systems using a graphical UI or Python Notebook
Integrate with 3D scenario modeling tools to get a system level view of performance
Use AI and ML tools to generate synthetic data or model autonomous systems
Run millions of test cases using HPC in the cloud before implementing in hardware
Call external libraries and models like PyTorch and TensorFlow directly within Collimator
Compare real-world operation with virtual operations in real-time, continuously

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