The AVCC2023 event, organized by the global autonomous vehicles (AV) consortium AVCC, has announced its keynote speakers for the upcoming September event. Suraj Gajendra, Vice President of Automotive Products, Software, and Solutions at Arm, will deliver the morning keynote on September 27th.
Gajendra’s keynote, titled ‘Four Wheels and One Billion Lines of Code,’ will address software-defined vehicle (SDV) trends, Arm’s role in SDV, and AVCC’s work in this area. Gajendra emphasizes the complexity of the challenges to achieve large-scale autonomous and automated driving, stating that collaboration is needed among technology providers, silicon partners, cloud service providers, software vendors, and the entire automotive supply chain.
Seval Oz, Founder of Oz Advisors and Board Member of MicroVision and Pioneer Electronics, will kick off the program on September 28th. Her keynote, titled ‘Learning from the Past to Make Autonomous Vehicles a Reality in the Present: No Shortcuts, No Dead Ends,’ will discuss the history of automated vehicle technology and the necessary steps to make fully autonomous cars a reality.
The AVCC2023 program offers a unique opportunity to learn about the future of automated and autonomous transportation. It will include presentations on cutting-edge computing platforms, state-of-the-art sensors, and the latest machine learning algorithms. Attendees will have the chance to connect with industry leaders, participate in workshops and discussions, and witness emerging technologies in action.
The inaugural AVCC2023 event, hosted by Arm, brings together industry leaders, technologists, and mobility experts to showcase the future of autonomous vehicle technologies. Industry professionals can register for a free entry and secure their tickets to be part of shaping the future of mobility technology.
– Sarah LaLiberte, AVCC