Understand the limitations of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and how quantitative, repeatable testing solutions can help investigate these limitations and provide real-world insights for improving ADAS performance.
"Advanced Driver Assistance Systems to the Rescue! Sometimes…"
THURSDAY, april 20 | 11:15 a.m.
While various ADAS technologies have become ubiquitous in passenger vehicles, these systems' ability to avoid or mitigate vehicle crashes comes with necessary limitations. While many of these limitations are outlined in owner's manuals for ADAS-equipped vehicles, there remain many scenarios where a crash is completely unavoidable in spite of optimal performance from the system. By leveraging programmable, robotic, nondestructive vehicle test platforms, we can quantitatively and in a controlled repeated fashion demonstrate and investigate the limitations of these systems in increasingly realistic scenarios.
Moderator: Samantha Burnett, Esq., Counsel, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Speakers: Michelle Kuykendal, Ph.D., P.E., CFEI, CVFI, Senior Managing Engineer, Exponent, Phoenix, Arizona; Sean Scally, Senior Associate, Exponent, Natick, Massachusetts; John Gersch, Esq., Managing Counsel, Toyota Motor North America, Inc., Plano, Texas; Jennifer White Esq., Corporate Counsel, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., Herndon, Virginia
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