From the social and economic impacts relating to our evolving population, various aspects will give a historic reflection on how these automated or connected vehicle technologies will likely evolve. Presentations will include many of the imbedded technologies, the need for a digital infrastructure solution, current evolution of geospatial applications, testing and validation of the technologies, and an overview of programs and research in the next steps.
Evolution of Automobile Technologies
Thomas Fisher, University of Minnesota, Twin CitiesShow Abstract
From the evolution of the automobile to the current technologies of autonomous vehicles this presentation covers many of the challenges and benefits affecting traditional social aspects of society, changes to engineering designs and urban planning standards used today
Digital Infrastructure and Status of Technologies Through FHWA's Perspective
Kevin Dopart, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and TechnologyShow Abstract
Presentation concerning the digital infrastructure and the status of the technologies through the FHWA perspective.
Key Systems for Autonomous Vehicles and Technologies: Flash Lidar, Cameras, and Radar
David Baraniak, Continential CorporationShow Abstract
As a Tier 1 provider to many of the products and solutions being research and incorporated in the automobile industry for the autonomous vehicles, this presentation will cover the working of some of the key systems. Technologies covered will include flash Lidar, cameras, and radar.