September 25 - 26, 2017    Birmingham , United Kingdom
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers and The Institution of Engineering and Technology have joined forces for an exclusive conference on Connected and Automated Vehicle Engineering. Over two days, you will hear a series of technical presentations on sensor technologies, human factors considerations, vehicle usability, functional safety, cyber security, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Learn from industry experts and thought leaders in automotive engineering who will discuss the fundamental mechanical, electrical and infrastructure challenges that need to be solved in order to get fully automated vehicles on the road. Other topics to be addressed include: • Autonomous systems • Automated vehicles • Data processing technologies • Testing and validation • Communications and connectivity • Connected technologies • Physical and digital infrastructure • Advanced driver assistance Systems Why attend this conference? • Gain insights into the success of current UK trials and the latest updates on future projects • Hear a series of technical presentations into sensor technologies, human factors considerations, functional safety and cyber security • Hear about the latest design, development and testing methods being implemented by engineers • Discuss and debate some of the fundamental mechanical, electrical and infrastructure challenges that need to be solved to get fully automated vehicles on the road • Take part in interactive panel sessions and discussions on legislation, vehicle usability, and the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning To view the full speaker line-up and conference programme, visit http://www.imeche.org/cave

Venue

Location: Aston Villa Football Club
Contact 218 Witton Lane, , B6 6HE, United Kingdom Birmingham , United Kingdom

Organizer

Institution of Mechanical Engineers
1 Birdcage Walk Westminster London SW1H 9JJ
+44 (0)20 7222 7899