AMAA 2018

Smart Systems for Clean, Safe and Shared Road Vehicles

11-12 September 2018
Berlin (Germany)


Tuesday, 11 September 2018

09:30 Registration & welcome coffee

10:00 Opening session

Werner Wilke, Managing Director, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Clemens Zielonka, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany)
Silvo Corez, AustriaTech (Austria)
Risto Kulmala, Traficon (Finland)

11:30 Keynote session

Session Chair: Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

The Current State of Automated Driving and its Challenges
Christian Perwass, Bosch (Germany)

Automotive High-Perfomance Computing
Knut Hufeld, Infineon (Germany)

Big Data and the Future of Mobility
Gunnar Berghäuser, TomTom (Germany)

Towards Realizing Autonomous Driving Based on Distributed Decision Making for Complex Urban Environments
Sahin Albayrak, TU Berlin (Germany)

13:00 Lunch break

14:00 Session A: Clean, Safe & Shared Road Vehicles

Session Chair: Ulrich Köhler, Hella (Germany)

Connectivity design considerations for a dedicated shared mobility vehicle
Jörg Kottig, FEV Europe GmbH (Germany)

DCCS-ECU an Innovative Control and Energy Management Module for EV and HEV Applications
Paweł Irzmański, Impact Clean Power Technology S.A. (Poland)

Light electric vehicle design tailored to human needs 
Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion Srl (Italy)

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Session B: Automated Driving

Session Chair: Thomas Salbert, Continental (Germany)

TrustVehicle – Improved Trustworthiness and Weather-Independence of Conditionally Automated Vehicles in Mixed Traffic Scenarios
Daniel Watzenig, Virtual Vehicle Research Center (Austria)

Affordable and safe high performance vehicle computers with ultra-fast on-board Ethernet for automated driving
Sven Rzepka, Fraunhofer ENAS (Germany)

Towards Collaborative Perception for Automated Vehicles in Heterogeneous Traffic 
Saifullah Khan, German Aerospace Center, DLR (Germany)

17:00 Panel: Supporting the ECSEL Lighthouse Mobility.E

Michael Paulweber, AVL (Austria)
Pavel Vaclavek, Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)
Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion (Italy)
Daniel Watzenig, Virtual Vehicle Research Center (Austria)
Moderation:Gereon Meyer and Benjamin Wilsch, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

18:30 “Night at the Museum” (of Natural Sciences) and Dinner

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

09:00 Invited session: User Perspectives of Automation

Session Chair: Jörg Dubbert, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Trends and Challenges of the New Mobility Society
Sakuto Goda, Nomura Research Institute (Japan)

The Disrupters: First to Market Automation Technologies 
Fabio Cignini, Univerità degli Studi di Firenze (Italy)

User Response to Automated Traffic – The GATEWAY Project
Shaun Helman, TRL (U.K.)

10:00 Session C: Smart Sensors

Session Chair: Knut Hufeld, Infineon

All-weather vision for automotive safety: which spectral band?
Patrick Leduc, CEA/LETI (France)

Machine learning based automatic extrinsic calibration of an onboard monocular camera for driving assistance applications on smart mobile devices
Radu Danescu, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

Real time recognition of non-driving related task in the context of highly automated driving
Stephan Michael Enhuber, Chemnitz University of Technology (Germany)

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Session D: Big Data & Artificial Intelligence

Session Chair: Edgar Krune, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Towards a Privacy-Preserving Way of Vehicle Data Sharing – A Case for Blockchain Technology?
Christian Kaiser, Virtual Vehicle Research Center (Austria)

Challenges and opportunities of artificial intelligence for connected and automated driving
Benjamin Wilsch, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

12:00 Invited session: Innovation Strategies for Future Mobility

Session Chair: Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion (Italy)

Innovation strategies for future mobility

Remi Bastien, Renault / VEDECOM (France)

Comprehensive Roadmap for Level 4/5 Connected and Automated Driving
Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Automated Shuttle
Arwed Schmidt, Easymile (France)

13:00 Lunch break

Demonstration of the Automated Shuttle Bus Line
BVG / Easymile (on nearby Charité Campus, limited participation)

14:00 Invited session: Perspectives from Other Transport Modes

Session Chair: Beate Müller, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

Innovative electric ferries with high performance batteries
Hans Thornell, Echandria Marine (Sweden)

Urban Air Mobility – Trends & Challenges
Jochen Kaiser, Bauhaus Luftfahrt (Germany)

Cross-sectoral competitiveness aspects of the European transport manufacturing industry
Konstantin Konrad, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (Germany)

15:15 Session E: Driver Assistance & Human-Machine Interface

Session Chair: Dag Andersson, Sverea IVF (Sweden)

Adaptation Layer Based Hybrid Communication Architecture: Practical Approach in ADAS&ME
Prachi Mittal, DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbH (Germany)

Assistance and Mitigation Strategies in case of impaired motorcycle riders: The ADAS&ME case study
Marco Manuzzi, Dainese (Italy)

16:00 Closing session & farewell

EPoSS Working Group Transportation (Members Only)