From ADAS to Automated Driving

October 9-11, 2018 │ Detroit, MI │ Cobo Center

Explore the Evolution with SAE International

Follow the path to the future of automotive engineering at the From ADAS to Automated Driving Symposium, returning to Detroit’s Cobo Center for a second year, October 9-11, 2018. At this thought-leading event, you’ll join fellow engineers, systems developers, and business managers for two days of highly technical, high-caliber learning and ideas sharing on all of the technologies driving current and projected progress from driver-controlled vehicles to Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) to fully autonomous vehicles.

Explore new ideas and emerging innovation. Share best practices and business strategies. And tackle the most pressing topics in the industry, including:

  • Market analysis and outlook
  • Deployment strategies
  • Safety
  • Benefits
  • Testing and data collection
  • AI and machine learning of autonomous systems
  • Sensor fusion
  • Car architecture
  • Maintenance
  • Human experience
  • Insurance and legal.

The future is on its way—and it’s about to be automated. Get ahead of emerging advancements. Register to attend today.


Colocated ITU/SAE workshop

Add to your From ADAS to Automated Driving event experience by attending the complimentary International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and SAE joint workshop “How Communications Will Change Vehicles and Transport.” At this 1.5-day workshop, you will explore the new opportunities and challenges created by converging automotive and information and communication technologies supporting smart cities and autonomous driving.

Register for this no-charge workshop.

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Event Organizers

Carla Bailo

President and CEO, Center for Automotive Research

Michael Carpenter

Vehicle Performance Owner–Active Safety, General Motors

Dennis Craggs

Quality, Reliability, and Data Analytics Consultant

Scott Craig

Senior Executive Manager–Automotive, ON Semi

Ismail Hamieh

Research Council Officer, National Research Council Canada

Fred Huntzicker

Technical Fellow for Active Safety and Autonomous Vehicles , General Motors

Joseph N. Kanianthra, Ph.D.

Senior Technical Advisor, U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, retired

Kai Konrad

Senior Marketing Manager–Automotive Safety Systems, Infineon Technologies

Mahendra Muli

Director–Marketing and New Business Development, dSPACE Inc.

Bob Neff

Sales and Marketing Insight

Don Parker

Principal, Exponent Inc.

Taufiq Rahman

Automotive Controls Engineer, National Research Council Canada

Rini Sherony

Senior Principal Engineer, Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center

Oliver Spiess

Director–Product Strategy and Business Development Sales, ZF