IEEE Connected and Automated Vehicle Summit 8 February 2018 – Santa Clara, CA, USA 🗓


IEEE Connected and Automated Vehicle Summit
8 February 2018 – Santa Clara, CA, USA

Meeting Date: Thursday, Feb 8th, 2018

The IEEE Connected and Automated Vehicle Summit will be held on February 8, 2018, at the Hilton Santa Clara, 4949 Great America Parkway. Parking is free with each registration.

Hilton Santa Clara
4949 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California 95054

Special offer: Use code 5GV50 at checkout to get 50 percent off the prices listed below. Offer good through January 31, 2018.

Fees are as follows, in US Dollars:
IEEE ComSoc or IEEE VTS Member: $179.00
IEEE Member: $219.00
Non Member: $249.00

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Bio: What does the future hold for autonomous and connected vehicles, and how will communications technology help reach this destination? During this one-day industry summit hosted by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS), executives, technical leaders, and internationally recognized academics will discuss future use cases, challenges, and opportunities related to connected and automated vehicles, including how 5G networks can support the automotive and mobility industries. The summit will include perspectives from automakers, network operators, and developers of enabling automotive technologies. Topics will include autonomous driving, sensor fusion, deep learning, 5G, DSRC, LIDAR, radar, mapping, computing platforms, IoT, cloud, security, and societal impacts. We invite you to join this unique and collaborative IEEE summit in the heart of Silicon Valley, where featured speakers will include:

Dr. Steve Shladover, Road Vehicle Automation Systems Researcher
Prof. Michele Zorzi, University of Padova, Italy
Roxie Paine, Director, Autonomous Transportation Ecosystems, Analog Devices Inc.
Colm Prendergast, Principal Autonomous Driving System Architect, Analog Devices Inc.
Erdal Yilmaz, Autonomous Driving System Architect, Analog Devices Inc.
Ken DiPrima, Assistant Vice President, Assistant Vice President, AT&T Business Solutions – Internet of Things (IoT)
Dragos Maciuca, Executive Technical Director, Ford Research and Innovation Center
Ken Horne, Automotive and Energy Strategic Planning Manager, Keysight Technologies
Dr. Melissa Cefkin, Principal Scientist, Design Anthropologist, Nissan Research Center
Liam Pedersen, Senior Manager for Autonomous Vehicles, Nissan Research Center
Vaibhav Garg, Systems Manager, Texas Instruments
Dr. Takayuki Shimizu, Researcher, Toyota ITC
Ganesh V. Iyer, CIO & Digital Operations Executive, NIO
Dr. Arunesh Roy, Systems Architect, NXP Semiconductors
Dr. Jonathan Petit, Senior Director of Research, OnBoard Security
Jeff Willey, Director of Research, RFNav
Dr. Maha Achour, CEO and co-founder, Metawave Corp
Leigh M. Chinitz, Ph.D., CEO, octoScope
Ravi Puvvala, CEO, SAVARI
Daniel Richart, Founder and CEO, Teraki
Joao Barros, Founder and CEO, Veniam