CIO.com to Host Virtual Roundtable on Data-Driven Development of Autonomous Vehicles: Platforms and Methods for Today and Tomorrow
By: IDG Communications, Inc.
Developments in automation, vehicle electrification and artificial intelligence are laying a strong foundation for autonomous driving (AD). The convergence of these - and other - innovations will fundamentally transform personal, public and commercial transportation. The cultural, economic, and technological implications will be vast. However, the full promise of AD will not be fulfilled unless leaders in the industry can effectively address how to collect, manage, and use exabytes of data effectively for AI training and software development in a highly distributed, global environment to create consumer-ready safe and robust autonomous driving technology.
Executives with responsibilities for autonomous driving engineering along with business program leadership from top North American automakers and Tier-1 suppliers are invited to join experts from DXC Technology and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to discuss how the changing priorities in Autonomous Driving are impacting engineering programs, including data-driven development platforms and methods.
Questions to be discussed in this 90 minute session include:
* State of Autonomous Driving: what are the 'hot' business cases (trucking, highway pilots, robotaxis, other?) How the priorities are changing as a result of the COVID-19 impact?
* What are the market/consumer/
What topics do you see driving OEMs and T1 together and what are the key tensions to this approach? How is the data revolution changing the supplier and partner ecosystem?
* How much driving data (real or synthetic) do we need to develop and validate AD technology for highly demanded business cases?
* How does the data-development platform need to look to address new business demands? What are the bottlenecks of today, and priorities for tomorrow?
Those interested in participating in this event are invited to register here:
Virtual Roundtables are learning and networking opportunities for IT executives (i.e., C-level, VP and director titles). To attend this event, to ensure an appropriate peer group, you must be of that level and work at a company in the automotive industry that has 500 or more employees.
Pre-registration is required.
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