Autonomous Driving - How Technology Makes Cars Intelligent (Online Talk)

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Autonomous Driving - How Technology Makes Cars Intelligent (Online Talk by NTT Global Data Centers)

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The tremendous developments of technologies like artificial intelligence paved the way for new industry revolutions. First and foremost, the automotive sector shows up with the next generation of autonomous vehicles which are capable of sensing their environment and moving safely with little or no human input. Therefore, data and digital technologies are fundamental to bring intelligence into cars.

  • Which technologies are necessary for autonomous driving?
  • How can these technologies get implemented and applied in the best way?
  • How will data be handled and leveraged in this context?

The NTT Technology Experience Lab has brought together several highly experienced experts from different fields to give you valuable insights and answer your questions about this topic.


  1. Dr. Florian Baumann, CTO Automotive & AI, Dell Technologies: The Right Technology Stack for Automotive AI
  2. Bassam Abdelghani, Product Engineer Automated Driving and Software Solutions, dSPACE: Data Replay Validation for Autonomous Driving
  3. Dr. Olivia Lewis, Head of Data Science, The unbelievable Machine Company: Active Learning - Intelligent Parameter Selection for Hardware-in-the-Loop Tests in the Automotive Industry


Dominik Friedel, NTT


This talk will be held in English.


Date: Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Time: 10h00-11h00 CEST

Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the online talk


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