October 23-24, 2014
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Although significant gains have been made in reducing injuries and casualties that occur from traffic accidents, the automotive industry is still facing many challenges in the advancement of vehicle and pedestrian safety. Now, more than ever, it is important that the automotive industry concentrate on this fast growing technology area.
As a two-day event, SAE 2014 Active Safety Systems Symposium will focus on the latest safety technologies, integration strategies, testing, and regulations being addressed within the mobility industry.
The Active Safety Systems Symposium has been developed to bring the OEMs and the entire supply chain together to present the current state of the industry. Discussions are focused around OEM strategies and development on active safety systems along with technology solutions in development by the tier supplier community for near and long-term solutions of advanced driver assist systems (ADAS). It is also designed to share with industry the various regulatory activities and expectations by the government. Lastly, it will address the legal ramifications of moving from driver controlled to fully automated vehicles. Time spent at this symposium will be maximized as you have the ability to partake in two expert panels for more in-depth discussions on mass deployment strategies and the integration of both active and passive safety.
Join SAE International and the industry at this important symposium.
This event is co-located with SAE 2014 Convergence.