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Due to the overwhelming number of interested people, we have moved this seminar from October 2 to October 26, where a larger conference room is available. 

The Campus Technology Seminar (CTS) is the meeting place for technical experts in- and outside of High Tech Campus Eindhoven! The CTS provides a forum where professionals can share technical information, knowledge and experience with other experts. Scientists, engineers and technicians are welcome to listen, learn and discuss several topics.

The world of self-driving autonomous cars is only around the corner, and companies across the globe, from car makers such as Tesla, Audi and Nissan, to tech firms like Google are spending millions to get the technology on the road. While the research and development is continuing at speed, what will it mean for you?

Automotive Campus Helmond and High Tech Campus Eindhoven invite you to join the Campus New Technology Seminar about Autonomous Driving on October 2nd. Admission is free, but please register to ensure there is a seat for everyone.

About the program:
15.00 - 15.30u: Walk in Conference Center High Tech Campus
15:30 - 16.00u: Maurice Kwakkernaat, TNO

Vehicle Automation - towards safe and efficient transport of people and goods
An overview of the global trends in vehicle automation will be given, together with a roadmap for technology and application development. The main challenges for large-scale deployment are placed in context focusing on applications, enabling technologies and assessment methodologies.

Over the past 30 years, TNO has proven to be a valuable research, development and knowledge partner, with unique expertise, tools and research facilities for many automotive OEMs and TIER1 suppliers in the world. TNO has built a strong track record in applied automotive research, providing our customers with innovative, integrated and tailor-made solutions for safety and powertrain related technologies. Since 2000, TNO is playing a leading role in cooperative vehicle automation and safety assessment.

16:00 - 16:30u: Merien ten Houten, Amber Mobility

Self-driving Eindhoven 2018  
You may have heard of Amber in international media like TechCrunch and Venture Beat as “the Dutch self-driving startup that could beat Uber, Google, and Tesla to mass market”…. Well, their headquarters are right here on the High Tech Campus, and they’ve recently opened a car sharing hub on the campus as well. If you’re curious to learn just how this ambitious startup is planning to get self-driving cars on the streets of Eindhoven next year, come to their presentation to find out.

16:30 - 17.00u: Gerardo Daalderop, NXP

Gerardo currently works in the CTO Office of NXP Semiconductors as Technology Scout. Before he was active as sr principal architect and program manager in engagement projects to deploy NXP solutions in cooperative Intelligent Traffic Systems and Telematics. Amongst others, he led a number of very successful NXP road-trials on E-Call, Road-pricing, Car-as-a-Sensor (Smart-in-Car), and participated in the definition and management of a large number of other (European) projects, such as Spits, Sensor City Mobility Assen, Beter Benutten Spookfiles A-58, HTAS Connected Cruise Control, Deserve, Mobinet, Embedded Mixed Criticality Multi Core systems to name a few.

17:00 - 17:30: Free drinks in the reception area

Campus New Technology Seminar: Autonomous driving

Click here to register for free 
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Questions? Please contact hilde.de.vocht@hightechcampus.com
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