Connected and Automated Vehicles

With the advances in sensors, communications, machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies, automobile industries and related start-ups have been rapidly moving into the development, evaluation and commercialization of fully connected and automate vehicles. In order to realize these connected automated vehicles on public road in a near future, many technology, policy, legal and economic challenges need to properly addressed.

The main purpose of this forum sponsored by INNOPOIS is to bring experts in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and connected and automated vehicles (CAV) from US and Korea to discuss the current status and future challenges of CAV.

Friday, August 16, 2019

August 16 Friday, 1:30-3:30 PM, Room: Narita B
                                    
Time Title and Authors
Open Session 1:30 PM Opening and Welcome
1:35 PM Machine learning and AI Challenges for Connected Automated Vehicles
;Jaerock Kwon (Kettering University)
2:00 PM V2X Future Infrastructure for Connected/Autonomous Vehicles
; Nathan Byun (Fluxity)
2:25 PM Panel Discussion  
Panelists:
Yun Jae Cho (BOSCH)
Dongwook Jang (Here Technologies)
Jae Young Jung (Ford)
Henry Liu (U. of Michigan & DiDi)
Hani Mahmassani (Northwestern University)
Scott McCormick (Connected Vehicle Trade Association)
Tom Oh (Rochester Institute of Technology)
3:20 PM Q&A and Wrap up