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Building with the Most Trusted Autonomous Vehicle Platform

Start Date:10/31/2019

Start Time:11:00 AM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Uncertainty lies ahead for the Automotive market. As the technology matures and we get closer to deploying highly autonomous vehicles, there is a debate about how and where self-driving cars will be monetized. Each market segment – autonomous electric vehicles, shared vehicles, robotaxis, personal vehicles, etc. – must develop a platform suited for Level 4 and Level 5 autonomy.
 
This webinar addresses the top trends and challenges in the Automotive industry. We will discuss how each of the market segments is approaching both the business case and technology development efforts to build a trusted platform. We will look at the factors driving change in the underlying electronics and software architectures as well as explore why companies are choosing DDS as the framework to mitigate risks.

 

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Speaker

Bob Leigh

Bob Leigh, Senior Director of Market Development, Autonomous Vehicles, Real-Time Innovations (RTI)

Bob Leigh brings over 15 years of experience developing new markets and building technology companies to his role as Director of Market Development at RTI. Bob graduated from Queen’s University with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering and has used his education in control and communication systems to engineer embedded solutions for a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing and transportation. At each venture he has lead the charge to create new technologies for emerging markets and disruptive applications.

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