During the last five years, the Tech Center a-drive established a workshop series every year focusing on a special topic of automated driving. It always aimed at bringing together experts from industry and science to trigger fruitful discussions and foster development. The direct interaction and personal exchange within the community was always a pillar for this format.
In the current situation, where we all cannot meet in person, a workshop in the established format cannot be held. While digital and online workshops can cover special topics by presentations of keynote speakers, the exchange in the community cannot be supported. The added value of interaction on the personal level cannot be easily transferred to an online-only event. Therefore, the Tech Center a-drive decided to not hold an online-only workshop this year. We are sorry that there will be no Tech Center a-drive in 2020 but in the current situation, we think this is the right thing to do.
The recent advances in AI methods pave the way for a broad application of AI methods in automated driving. This year's workshop raised the question of how such systems can be validated and tested to ensure their proper fit and overall safety in future systems. Find the programme, pictures and more here >>
The programme for this year's workshop is now online and the registration is open. This year we could gather international speakers on the focus topic Validation and Testing of Trained AI Methods.
The workshop will take place 07/11/2019 at Ulm University. For more information follow the link.>>
As one of its regular activities, the Tech Center a-drive organises workshops on focus topics in the domain of automated driving. This year’s workshop will bring together two of the most discussed topics currently: AI and validation and testing.
Save the date: 07/11/2019 Ulm University. Please klick here for further information.>>
Das Tech Center a-drive ist ein Zusammenschluss der Wissenschaftspartner Universität Ulm, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik und dem Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) sowie dem Industriepartner Daimler AG.
Das Tech Center a-drive bündelt die Kompetenzen auf dem Gebiet des autonomen Fahrens in Baden-Württemberg.
Schwerpunkte des Tech Center a-drive sind die Erforschung und Entwicklung von Technologien zur robusten Wahrnehmung und Untersuchungen zur gesellschaftlichen Akzeptanz hochautomatisierter und autonomer Fahrfunktionen.