For the third consecutive year, the Groupement ADAS will participate at the Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo. These experts in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems will therefore be present from 20 to 22 June 2017 in Stuttgart to expose their latest developments and to speak at the Autonomous Vehicule Software Symposium.
Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo: a key event
Engineers around the world are working to bring this much awaited technology to the market: the autonomous vehicle. The Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo is one of the only international fairs dedicated to technologies that contribute to the development of this famous autonomous vehicle, which makes it impossible to circumvent. From driving software, sensors and communication systems, to complete vehicle concepts, to tires and wheels, each of the themes will be represented among these selected exhibitors. The same topics will be presented and discussed at three symposia held throughout the three days.
Meet us at the booth AV2015 – Hall C2
The groupement ADAS federate 10 high-technology SMEs and has for mission to bring electronical and digital innovation into your vehicles to answer to adress road safety challenges and driving comfort needs.
The groupement ADAS supports its customers in their approach of creation and integration of new ADAS solutions in their environment :
- by capitalizing on its multidisciplinary expertise,
- by proposing its interoperable and open technologies,
- by assessing in order to integrate, if necessary, the available technologies.
Meet the experts of NEXYAD, NIT, INTEMPORA and SHERPA ENGINEERING at booth AV2015 of the groupement ADAS
The expertise of the groupement ADAS at the symposium
Nicolas DU LAC, CEO of INTEMPORA, will honor us by speaking at the symposium “Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium”. On June 21st at 11:00 am, he will explain how to “Mastering time coherency and execution performance in your AD software”. As embedded software in intelligent vehicles becomes more and more complex, because the number of ECUs and parallel software tasks has increased tremendously, it becomes critical to set up mechanisms that can handle time coherency among these software tasks and data streams. In this presentation we will address some of the software design concepts in the RTMaps framework that allow time coherency to be mastered in multi-thread and distributed architectures while achieving unprecedented execution performance in applications for autonomous driving, from the early stages of applications prototyping down to the execution on the most recent ECU architectures.