The DATE initiative on Autonomous Systems Design (ASD) is a two-day special event at DATE, the leading European conference on embedded hardware and software design. It focuses on recent trends and emerging challenges in the field of autonomous systems. Such systems are becoming more and more integral parts of many Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) applications. Automated driving constitutes today one of the best examples of this trend, in addition to other application domains such as avionics and robotics. The initiative gathers distinguished speakers from both academia and industry, including participation from Airbus, AUDI AG, DENSO Automotive, NXP Semiconductors, Robert Bosch GmbH, Toyota Research Institute, Volkswagen AG and Volocopter.
The ASD initiative is organized as a Thursday Special day and Friday Workshop day to constitute a two-day continuous program covering architectures and frameworks for autonomous systems, adaptive techniques for managing software and environmental uncertainty, and formal verification methods for safety assurance in machine learning algorithms. The main areas of interest include but are not limited to the following:
This year, we will have two keynotes by Pascal Traverse from Airbus and Florian-Michael Adolf. More details
The ASD initiative will host the Autonomous Renault Zoe vehicle provided by INRIA Rhone-Alpes, for a demo entitled Driving Demo: Focus on the Embedded Bayesian Perception component . More information is available here.
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The special day on Thursday consists of regular sessions discussing novel technical contributions, hot topics and emerging challenges in the field of autonomous systems. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process and accepted papers will appear in the DATE conference proceedings.
The workshop day consists of interactive and working sessions involving methodologies, application kernels and models,software tools and industrial challenges. All accepted papers will be published in Dagstuhl’s OpenAccess Series in Informatics (OASIcs), free and open access online proceedings.
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