Proceedings

Proceedings

Tuesday, July 11

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Caltrans Leadership in Automated Vehicle Research

Malcolm Dougherty, Director, California Department of Transportation

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Integrating Autonomous Drive into the New Automotive Reality

Dr. Maarten Sierhuis, Director, Nissan Research Center, Silicon Valley

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Regulating Autonomous Vehicles Amid Uncertainty

Dr. Nidhi Kalra, Senior Information Scientist, Rand Corporation

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Automated Vehicle Regulation in Europe

Edwin Nas, Deputy Project Leader, Connected and Automated Driving, Ministry of Infrastructure and The Environment, The Netherlands

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Deep Learning and Highly Automated Vehicles

Robert Seidl, Managing Director, Motus Ventures

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Systematic and Data-Driven Approaches to Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Certification

Michael Wagner, Co-Founder and CEO, Edge Case Research

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PEGASUS: First Steps for Safe Introduction of Automated Driving

Dr. Hermann Winner, Technische Universität Darmstadt

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Let's Move the Security Needle: Think Offensively

Dr. Jonathan Petit, Senior Director of Research, OnBoard Security, Inc.

Breakout Sessions

  • Breakout 1: Research To Examine Behavioral Responses to AVs
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  • Breakout 2.1: Judging a Car by its Cover: Human Factors Implications for Automated Vehicle External Communication
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  • Breakout 3: Enabling Technologies for Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 4: An AV Crashes: What Happens Next?
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  • Breakout 5: Public Transport and Shared Mobility
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  • Breakout 6: Trucking Automation: Key Deployment Scenarios
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  • Breakout 8: Urbanism Next Workshop: AV’s Effects on Urban Development
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  • Breakout 9: Effects of Vehicle Automation on Energy-Usage and Emissions
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  • Breakout 10: Data Sharing Models and Policy
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  • Breakout 11: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for Automated Vehicles (AV): Exploring Tools, Algorithms, and Emerging Issues
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  • Breakout 12: Testing Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs): Accelerating Innovation, Integration, Deployment and Sharing Results
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  • Breakout 13: Challenges and Opportunities for the Intersection of Vulnerable Road Users (VRU) and AVs
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  • Breakout 14: Enhancing the Validity of Traffic Flow Models with Emerging Data
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  • Breakout 15: CAV Scenarios for High-Speed, Controlled Access Facilities
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  • Breakout 23: Connected and Automated Vehicle Early Deployment Alternatives
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Enterprise Solution Series

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Germany: Progress on Autonomous and Connected Drive Technologies

Stefan Di Bitonto, Senior Manager Investor Consulting Automotive Industry, Germany Trade and Invest

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Saving Lives Now With Automation

Alex Epstein, Sr. Director, Digital Strategy & Content, National Safety Council and Kelly Nantel, VP, Communications and Advocacy, National Safety Council

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Safe and Reliable; Link Process Models, IOS26262 and Cyber Security

Bodo Seifert, Director, Advanced Engineering, Magna Electronics

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Building Blocks of Highly Automated Vehicles – Developing Automated Vehicle

Phil Magney, Founder and Principal Advisor, Vision Systems Intelligence (VSI Labs)

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Building Blocks of Autonomy

Cameron Gieda, Regional Sales Manager, AutonomouStuff

Tuesday Posters

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Wednesday, July 12

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Symposium Welcome

Neil Pedersen, Executive Director, Transportation Research Board (TRB)

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Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Automated Highway Systems Demo '97

Richard Bishop, Principal, Bishop Consulting; Kevin Dopart, U.S. Department of Transportation; Dr. Steve Shladover, University of California PATH Program

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Drones, Loops, and Robotaxis: A City Roadmap to Our Hyper-Uber Future

Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, Los Angeles Department of Transportation

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Future of Urban and Autonomous Mobility: Bringing Autonomy On and Beyond the Streets of Boston

Andrey Berdichevskiy, Practice Lead Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum

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Panel Session: Trucking Automation Technology Developments

Moderator: Richard Bishop, Principal, Bishop Consulting
Panelists: Michael Cammisa, Vice President, Safety Policy & Connectivity, American Trucking Associations; Max Fuller, Executive Chairman, U.S. Xpress, Inc.; Dr. Josh Switkes, Founder and CEO, Peloton Technology; Alden Woodrow, ‎Product Lead, Self Driving Trucks, Uber Advanced Technologies Group; Dr. Kelly Regal, Associate Administrator of Research and Information Technology, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA); Dr. Aravind Kailas, Principal Technology Planner, Volvo Group North America

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Panel Session: Shared Mobility

Moderator: Kelley Coyner, Senior Fellow, Center for Regional Analysis-Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
Panelists: Jeff Hobson, Deputy Director for Planning, San Francisco County Transportation Authority; Joseph Okpaku, VP, Government Relations, Lyft; Adam Gromis, Global Lead on Sustainability and Environmental Impact, Uber

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Identifying and Addressing Non-Technical Key Research Questions: Infrastructure

Shailen Bhatt, Executive Director, Colorado Department of Transportation

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Serving the Needs of All through Better Design

Dr. Edward Steinfeld, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Architecture and Director, IDeA Center, School of Architecture and Planning University at Buffalo, SUNY

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Revisiting the Topic ‐ The Future is Autonomous Driving ‐ But Are “We” on a Near Term Collision Course?

Dr. Bryan Reimer, Research Scientist MIT AgeLab and Associate Director New England University Transportation Center

Breakout Sessions

  • Breakout 1: Research To Examine Behavioral Responses to AVs
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  • Breakout 2.2: Automated Vehicle Challenges: How can Human Factors Research Help Inform Designers, Road Users, and Policy Makers?
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  • Breakout 3: Enabling Technologies for Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 5: Public Transport and Shared Mobility
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  • Breakout 6: Trucking Automation: Key Deployment Scenarios
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  • Breakout 16: Aftermarket Systems (ADAS- related)
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  • Breakout 17: Safety Assurance
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  • Breakout 18: Reading the Road Ahead: Infrastructure Readiness
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  • Breakout 19: SHARK TANK – Change is Coming: Who Will Survive?
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  • Breakout 20: Making Automation Work for Cities
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  • Breakout 21: Connected and Automated Vehicles in Traffic Signal Systems
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  • Breakout 22: Legal and Policy Approaches: Finding the Right Balance on Legislating for Automated Vehicles
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  • Breakout 24: Automated Vehicles for People with Disabilities
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  • Breakout 25: Ethical and Social Implications
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Enterprise Solutions Series

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LiDAR and the Autonomous Vehicle Revolution for Truck and Ride Sharing Fleets

Louay Eldada, CEO and Co-founder, Quanergy

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Insurance is Not a Barrier for Autonomous Vehicles and Here is Why…

Maureen Brown, VP, Underwriting and Operations Lead, Munich RE and Mike Scrudato, SVP, Strategic Innovation Leader/Mobility Domain, Munich RE

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GeigerCruizer™: The eye-safe, scalable 250 meter automotive LiDAR

Sam Wilton, Manager, LiDAR Research, Princeton Lightwave

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AAA NCNU: The Road Ahead

Suna Taymaz, VP Corporate Strategy, AAA NCNU

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Vires & Virtual Test Drive

Marius Dupuis, Managing Director, VIRES GmbH

Wednesday Posters

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Thursday, July 13

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Drive Sweden: An update on Swedish Automation Activities

Jan Hellåker, Program Director, Drive Sweden

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Korea’s Autonomous Vehicle Policies

Kim Chae-gyu, Director General, Bureau of Motor Vehicles Policy, Republic of Korea

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Automated Vehicles in the UK

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

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SIP-adus: An update on Japanese Initiatives for Automated Driving

Yoichi Sugimoto, Senior Chief Engineer, Integrated Control System Development Division, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Centre

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Public Agency Automated Vehicle Initiatives: European Commission

Dr. Gereon Meyer, Head of Strategic Projects, Future Technologies and Europe Department, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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DOE's Focus on Energy Efficient Mobility Systems

David Anderson, Technology Development Manager, Vehicle Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy

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Update on U.S. Department of Transportation Automation Programs

Kevin Dopart, Program Manager, Vehicle Safety & Automation, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Joint Program Office, U.S. Department of Transportation