SAE 2015 Active Safety Systems Symposium

November 4-5, 2015

Plymouth, Michigan, USA

The Inn at Saint John's

Your Personal Invitation to Attend

Cynthia Bay Dear Colleague:

As event organizers we have strived to make this symposium the place where the very latest developments in active safety systems technologies are presented in depth and detail. I personally have volunteered my time to help organize this event, because this is not only a great opportunity for me to work with industry leaders, but also is the ideal venue for me to contribute, learn and promote advancements in the area of active safety.

Drawn together by fellow organizers and myself, the SAE 2015 Active Safety Systems Symposium has been developed to bring government, OEMs and the entire supply chain together to present the current state and future direction 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 international regulatory agencies and other non-profit consumer focused organizations.

This year we are very proud to announce that we will be opening the event with a special Keynote Presentation highlighting "Consumer Acceptance Issues" given by Jake Fisher, Director of Auto Testing at Consumer Reports. Additionally, time spent at this symposium will be maximized as attendees will partake in two expert panels for more in-depth discussions on "CyberSecurity" as well as "Emerging Trends on Sensor Technologies"- both pressing topics in the active safety systems industry.

Today's automotive engineers are tasked with the challenge of how to keep drivers and passengers as safe as possible. The need to increase safety within the vehicle (occupants) and outside the vehicle (pedestrians, bicyclists) has resulted in this rapidly growing field within the industry. This symposium offers real world applications based content at a very competitive price - if you are at all involved with, or are interested to learn more about active safety systems technologies - you should join me at the SAE 2015 Active Safety Systems Symposium. I look forward to meeting you at this important symposium in November.

Best regards,

Cynthia Bay
Director of Active Safety Electronics and Controls