Detroit’s Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is set to host the AutoSens Conference May 14-17, the center announced today. The conference is held in both Europe and North America and attracts more than 750 autonomous vehicle technology experts.
“AutoSens is one of the most influential meeting places for OEM, Tier 1, and supply chain engineers to advance ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) technologies and improve automotive safety,” says Patrick Denny, chairman of the AutoSens Advisory Board. “It combines high-level technical discussion with a first-class social program.”
The conference will showcase presentations by experts in robotics, computer vision, automotive electronics, digital imaging, functional safety, and more.
“At the Michigan Science Center, we are focused on creating the next generation of designers, users, and disrupters of this technology, from vehicle engineering to the urban infrastructure,” says Tonya Matthews, president and CEO of the Michigan Science Center. “Our mission aligns perfectly with that of AutoSens, making MiSci the ideal location for this important event.”
Conference tickets are still available here. Discounted tickets are available here as part of AutoSens’ Women in Engineering initiative, an effort to support gender equality within the automotive industry and to involve more women in the conference.
MiSci will be closed to the public during the conference.