OYSTER BAY, N.Y., Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominique Bonte, ABI Research's Vice President, Verticals/End Markets will lead will the first workshop of the AutoSens 2018 conference:
"HD Maps for Driverless Vehicles: Technologies, Business Models, and Players"
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Time: 9:15am – 12:45pm CEST
The requirement for high accuracy 3D maps for autonomous and driverless vehicles is transforming map generation into an AI-based automated and self-healing vehicle sensor crowdsourcing process, disrupting an industry traditionally dominated by just a few players like HERE. The critical importance of HD Maps is illustrated by HERE now being co-owned by a consortium of premium car OEMs (Audi, BMW, and Daimler), Tier1 suppliers (Continental and Bosch), and silicon vendor Intel. High accuracy maps will be increasingly integrated into driverless solutions as a critical, functionally safe, component next to ADAS, V2X, sensor fusion, and HMI.
Workshop attendees will:
- Get in-depth, behind the scenes insight in HD map technologies and vendor landscape
- Understand the need for and requirements of HD maps
- Overview of main HD map players, initiatives and partnerships
- Get a view of the bigger picture of how maps will interact with ADAS and V2X
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