November 5-7, 2013
Detroit/Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Doubletree Hotel Detroit/Dearborn
Although significant gains have been made in reducing injuries and casualties that occur from traffic accidents in the United States, we are still facing many challenges in advancing mobility safety. New strategies are needed to sustain this downward trend.
This three-day Symposium will explore the current safety technologies available to the industry, along with the OEM application of near-term and long-term active safety systems. Additional examination and its effect on increasing the future development of autonomous vehicle technology will be addressed.
Experts will also speak about the challenges in implementing this technology, consumer acceptance, and the governments’ role in developing a strategy for moving towards fully autonomous vehicles.
Additional discussions will focus on:
- Cost and benefits
- Deployment strategies by OEMs
- A review of research needs and gaps analysis
- Global standardization and development of standards
- Tests and data needs