Proceedings

Proceedings

Tuesday, July 19

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Bringing Autonomous Vehicles Into Production: An Automotive OEM Perspective

Colm Boran, Autonomous Vehicle Platform, Ford Motor Co.

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Truck Automation: Enabling ADAS and Beyond through Connectivity

Dr. Josh Switkes, CEO, Peloton Technology Inc.

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Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles: Beyond Weird Crash Dilemmas

Dr. Patrick Lin, Philosophy Professor, Emerging Technologies, California Polytechnic State University

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Are Consumers Ready and Waiting for Automated Vehicles?

Kristin Kolodge, Executive Director of Driver Interaction and Human Machine Interface (HMI), J.D. Power and Associates

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Automated Driving Law

Bryant Walker Smith, Assistant Professor of Law, University of South Carolina

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Human Factors Recommendations for Highly Automated Driving in the EU Project AdaptIVe

Marc Dziennus, Cognitive Psychologist, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

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The Traffic Jam of Robots: Implications of Autonomous Vehicles on Trip-Making

Dr. Joan Walker, Professor, University of California, Berkeley

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The Right Role for Autonomous Vehicle Technology in Cities

Gabe Klein, Fontinalis Partners Special Venture Partner and National Association of City Transportation Officials Strategic Advisory Board;
Seleta Reynolds, General Manager of Los Angeles Dept of Transportation, President of National Association of City Transportation Officials

Breakout Sessions

  • Breakout 1: Public Transport and Shared Mobility
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  • Breakout 2; Law and Policy as Infrastructure
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  • Breakout 3: Human Factors in Road Vehicle Automation
    Part One: Look Ma’, No Hands! My Car Does What? Preparing the American Public for Automated Vehicles and a Changing Transportation Network
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  • Breakout 4: Impact Assessment
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  • Breakout 5: Enabling Technologies
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  • Breakout 6: Safety Assurance
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  • Breakout 7: Future Challenges for Automated Trucks
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  • Breakout 8: Traffic Signal Control with Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs)
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  • Breakout 9: Methods for Assessing Market Acceptance, Adoption, and Usage of AVs
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  • Breakout 10: Ethical and Social Implications of Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 11: Early Implementation Alternatives for Automated Vehicles: An Interactive Scenario Planning Session
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  • Breakout 12: "AV-Ready" Cities or "City-Ready AVs?"
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Presentation Series: Commercial Advances in Automated Vehicles

Commercial Advances in Automated Vehicles

Wednesday, July 20

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Symposium Welcome

Mark Norman, Director of Development and Strategic Initiatives, Transportation Research Board

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in the UK

Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport

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European Activities on Connected and Automated Driving; the Present and Beyond - The ADAPTIVE and AUTONET2030 Use Cases

Dr. Angelos Amditis, Research Director, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems

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Connected and Automated Driving in The Netherlands: Challenge, Experience and the Declaration of Amsterdam

Tom Alkim, Senior Advisor C-ITS and Automated Driving, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Netherlands

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i-GAME: From Platooning to Cooperative Automated Maneuvering

Dr. Jeroen Ploeg, Senior Research Scientist, TNO Automotive, The Netherlands

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CityMobil2: Four Years of Demonstrating Automated Road Transport Systems in European Cities

Dr. Adriano Alessandrini, Università degli Studi di Firenze

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Drive Sweden: A National Effort on an Automated Transportation System

Jan Hellåker, Head of Automation, Lindholmen Science Park AB

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Connected and Automated Standards are Key to New Vehicle Technologies

Jack Pokrzywa, Director, SAE Global Ground Vehicle Standards US TAG ISO TC22 Chairperson

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Cybersecurity Challenges for Automated Vehicles

Dr. Jonathan Petit, Principal Scientist, Security Innovation, Inc.

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Safety Assurance for Highly Automated Driving: The PEGASUS Approach

Dr. Hermann Winner, Technische Universität Darmstadt

Breakout Sessions

  • Breakout 1: Public Transport and Shared Mobility
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  • Breakout 2: Law and Policy as Infrastructure
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  • Breakout 3: Human Factors in Road Vehicle Automation Part Two: Human Factors Issues Associated with “Connected Automation” Applications
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  • Breakout 13: Design and Operational Challenges/Opportunities for Deploying Automated Vehicles on Freeways and Managed Lanes
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  • Breakout 14: Reducing Conflict Between Vulnerable Road Users and Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 15: Behavioral Experiments for Modeling Adoption and Use of Autonomous Vehicles
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  • Breakout 16: Aftermarket Systems (ADAS- related)
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  • Breakout 17: Policy Making for Automated Vehicles: A Proactive Approach for Government
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  • Breakout 18: Effects of Vehicle Automation on Energy- and Carbon- Intensity
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  • Breakout 19: Cyber Security and Resilience Challenges and Opportunities for Self-Driving Vehicles
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  • Breakout 20: Physical Infrastructure, Work Zones, and Digital Infrastructure
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  • Breakout 21: Traffic Flow of Connected Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 22: Can Our Research Processes Keep Up in an Age of Automated Vehicles & Other Transformational Technologies?
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Presentation Series: Commercial Advances in Automated Vehicles

Commercial Advances in Automated Vehicles

Thursday, July 21

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Symposium Welcome

David Agnew, Director of Advanced Engineering, Hyundai MOBIS North America and Member, AUVSI Board of Directors

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European Collaboration on Road Automation

Liam Breslin, Head of Unit Surface Transport, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation

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Latest Developments in SIP-adus and Related Activites in Japan

Hajime Amano, President, ITS Japan

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USDOT Automation and Smart Cities Research

Kevin Dopart, Program Manager, Connected Vehicle Safety and Automation, Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office, U.S. DOT

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U.S. DOT Smart City Challenge

Brian Cronin, Director, Office of Operations and Development, Federal Highway Administration

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Automated Vehicles; Accelerating Their Safe Arrival

Nathaniel Beuse, Associate Administrator, Vehicle Safety Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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Transportation as a System: DOE SMART Mobility

Reuben Sarkar, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation, U.S. Department of Energy

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Automated Vehicles and the Environment

Karl Simon, Director, Transportation and Climate Division of the Office of Transportation and Air Quality, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Thursday Report Out Files

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Ancillary Meeting: U.S. Department of Transportation Listening Session