On 21st and 22nd February 2018, the fifth Bosch ConnectedWorld takes place at the STATION Berlin. The Internet of Things conference addresses current IoT applications and business models. Kian Saemian opens the “Testing & Simulation” breakout session with his keynote speech “Game engines for safety relevant autonomous driving simulations?”
The fifth Bosch ConnectedWorld conference takes place on the 21st and 22nd February 2018. Kian Saemian, Senior Manager Business Development at Mackevision, opens the “Testing & Simulation” breakout session with his keynote speech “Game engines for safety relevant autonomous driving simulations?”. He presents the proof of concept (POC) of a future platform for engineers and developers created in collaboration with Bosch. The project enables engineers and developers to efficiently and productively test their sensors in a virtual environment via a validation platform. A vast range of scenarios can be simulated, saving both time and the cost of expensive real-world trials.
The ConnectedWorld Conference takes place at the STATION Berlin and includes more than 140 lectures on four stages with over 80 exhibitors. More than 3,500 participants have the opportunity to find out everything they want to know about current Internet of Things applications and business models. The Bosch Connected Experience Hackathon also takes place during the two-day conference and will cover diverse topics such as mobility, autonomous driving, connected home and many more.
Keynote “Game Engines for Safety Relevant Autonomous Driving Simulations?”
When and where?
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2018 | February 22, 2018 | Day 2 | 11:00am
Breakout Session: Testing & Simulation | Stage C
More information can be found at: http://bcw.bosch-si.com/berlin/