Keynote Speakers

VP Project Development, CAVNUE

How does the future of connected, automated and electrified driving look like from an infrastructure perspective

Audi, Verification & Validation Autonomous Driving

The challenges for L3/L4 certification from an OEM perspective

The automotive industry is moving towards the introduction of highly automated and fully autonomous driving and this requires adequate regulatory frameworks to manage the operational risk and to enable virtual homologation during the lifecycle of a vehicle. Claudia’s presentation will provide an overview from an OEM perspective where the challenges are that need to be tackled.
CTO TUEV Sued Mobility and Chairman of IAMTS

Global AV Regulations and the Way to Scalable Approvals of CAVs

The keynote will provide an overview about status and readiness of global CAV regulations. Based on best practices and practical examples the possibilites but also limitations to achieve type approvals of highly automated vehicles will be introduced. Impulses for a scalable CAV homologation will be presented.
President Florida Transportation Builder Association and former Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation

How to Prepare Infrastructure for Connected and Automated Vehicles

Presentation on how Public Transportation Agencies can prepare for Connected and Automated Vehicles including infrastructure needs, funding, public-private partnerships and challenges with implementation.
Global Vice President & General Manager Critical Systems & Mobility, UL

Intertwined Safety and Security Compliance Frameworks for AVs

Safety performance standards can address the fundamental questions of whether self-driving vehicles will make safe decisions. But separate process standards and frameworks are necessary to assure the public that self-driving vehicles will in fact perform safely and securely as claimed by manufacturers.
Director Automotive AAA

How the American Automobile Association test and validates ADAS systems from a consumer perspective

The “driver” in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems is the most important component responsible for any benefits that the safety systems provide. AAA will share details about its testing of ADAS and consumer feedback about how these systems work and what needs to be improved to increase effectiveness.
Chief Marketing Officer at Beep Inc. | Electric, Safe, Multi-Passenger Autonomous Mobility Solutions & Networks for Public and Private Sector

How to develop automated micromobility solutions for smart communities

The keynote will address how automated micromobility solutions can be successfully deployed in smart communities. Racquel has pioneered many deployments of low-speed autonomous shuttles and will share her experience how to get regulatory approval and how to enable safe operation. As an example she will explain how the potential of automated micromobility has been assessed in the Seaside community of 30A in Florida and will be supported in her remarks by Robert Davis, the founder of Seaside.
Founder of Seaside

How to Develop Automated Micromobility Solutions for Smart Communities

The keynote will address how automated micromobility solutions can be successfully deployed in smart communities. Racquel has pioneered many deployments of lowspeed autonomous shuttles and will share her experience how to get regulatory approval and how to enable safe operation. As an example, she will explain how the potential of automated micromobility has been assessed in the Seaside community of 30A in Florida and will be supported in her remarks by Robert Davis.

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