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AESIN ADAS and HAV Seminar

December 6, 2018 @ 12:00 am

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Thank you to our Host:

Welcome to our second newly titled AESIN ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) & HAV (Highly Automated Vehicles) Seminar to be hosted by WMG at the University of Warwick.

Following on from the topics covered in our ADAS & AV Session at AESIN 2018, this one day Seminar will provide an opportunity to further explore in detail the enabling Electronic System Technology for next generation ADAS & HAV deployment.

The presentations will cover solutions and collaborative approaches across the ADAS HAV spectrum with themes including Data, Safety, Software, Machine Control, ML and AI Testing.

Delegates attending will be from across the Automotive Electronics supply chain including Academic Researchers, OEMs, Tier 1, through to Tier 2 component and system software developers. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear discussions on the latest technology, network with ADAS & HAV specialists and meet with our Exhibitors at the co-located Supplier Exhibition.


  • Gunny Dhadyalla – Warwick University
  • Chris Tubbs – Green Hills Software
  • Andrew Girdler – Imagination Technologies
  • James McCloskey – Frazer-Nash Consultancy
  • Charles Macfarlane - Codeplay Software
  • Daniel Clapham - National Instruments
  • Graham Lee - WMG, University of Warwick
  • Philip Clarke – dSpace Ltd
  •  David Evans – Applys IDIADA UK.

Panel Session:

Alan Walker (AVL), Alan Banks (AESIN Chairman) & Charles Macfarlane (Codeplay Software)


If you would like more information on Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Angela Tansey.


If you would like more information on the opportunities available to present at the ADAS & HAV Seminar, please contact Angela Tansey

Thank you to our Sponsors / Exhibitors:

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