Which Direction is Automotive Radar Heading?



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When

September 14-16, 2022

Where

Holiday Inn Munich

City Centre

Munich, Germany

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Introduction

Exploring the future path of the industry including imaging radar, where more channels are driving demand for increased processing power and additional antennas, etc. Considering current test and validation systems and examining how Radar Target Simulators (RTS) should help improve quality of the latest radar solutions. How do OEMs compare and contrast different radar technologies, without industry standard performance metrics for differing use-cases? How will in-vehicle (Sensor-MPU) connectivity evolve to support increasing data transfer requirements? How can we set the radar industry on the right path for ADAS over the next decade?

Workshop Goals

    • Asses how Auto OEMs compare and contrast different radar technologies
    • Explore how in-vehicle (Sensor-MPU) connectivity will evolve to support increasing data transfer requirements
    • Understand how the radar industry can set itself on the right path for ADAS over the next decade
    • Identify communications technologies which support the evolution of high-speed sensors within in-vehicle architectures

Agenda

DAY 1
September 14

Wednesday

19:00

Evening Reception & Registration

Hotel

DAY 2
September 15

Thursday

07:00

Breakfast

Hotel

08:00

Welcome and Introductions

 

 

 

 

 

Host Introduction and Keynote

 



 

 

 

 

Which Direction is Automotive Radar Heading?

 

Radar Expert, Audi

Automotive Radars in Highly Automated Driving

 

 

Senior System Development Engineer, CARIAD

10:00

Networking Break


10:40


Future Partitioning of the Automotive Radar Signal Chain

 

Development of driving experience Sensors Radar (EF-60) Senior Expert SNSF/SEF, and Senior Expert In-Vehicle Communications

BMW

 

 

Future Proofing Vehicles by Leveraging Perception Radar

 

Chief Radar Officer, Arbe



12:00 Noon

Networking Lunch

 

13:00


Digital Code Modulation (DCM) Radar for Improved ADAS Safety

 

VP Product Management and Corporate Fellow, Uhnder


Applying Advanced Signal Processing & AI/ML in Next-Gen Automotive Radar Sensors

 

Senior Director, Marketing ADAS, NXP

 

 

Harnessing the Power of Automotive Imaging Radars for Urban Radar Mapping and Positioning

 

Senior Staff Team Lead, TDK

 

 


15:00

Networking Break

 

15:40



Software-Defined Digital Imaging Radar

 

GM EyeC Radar, MobilEye

 


 

Highly Precise Automotive Radar Sensors for Analyzing Dynamic Operating Conditions

 

Automotive Field Application Engineer

Texas Instruments

 


 

 


17:00

Day 1 Panel
Communication Technologies to Optimally Integrate High-Speed Sensors into the In-Vehicle Architecture:

Led by Senior Expert Communications Technologies, BMW and Automotive SerDes Alliiance

18:00

Adjourn

 

19:00

Networking Dinner

 

 

DAY 3
September 16

 

 

Thursday

07:00

Breakfast


08:00


Novel System-in-Module Technology for 140 GHz Automotive Radar

 

Program Manager, IMEC

Director Business Line, AT&S



Which Direction is the Automotive Radome Heading?


EEO Team Leader & Group R&D and Innovation Director, Zanini

 


3D Waveguide Antenna: Latest Advancements


Head, Product Management & Development

Huber+Suhner

 



09:30


Flexible Luneberg Lens Radar Architecture for Automotive Applications


CEO, Lunewave Inc & Tier 1 Partner

 

 

 

10:00 AM

Networking Break

 

10:30 AM


Road to Lab:  Validation of ADAS/AD Functions in Automotive with Real Sensors

 

Automotive and Energy Solutions, Keysight Technologies

 

 

Automotive Radar Target Simulation for current and future imaging radars without compromise

 

CEO and Founder & CTO, UniqueSec


 

Enhancing Radar Detections through Machine Learning (ML) - Standardized Metrics for Radar Noise and its ML Applications alongside CFAR+ Quantization Stacks

 

CEO, TERAKI


 


12:00 Noon

Networking Lunch

 

13:00


Enabling Silicon Technologies for mmWave Radar Trends and Requirements

 

AIM SBU CTO Group, Radar & mmWave Systems,

Global Foundries


 

FD-SOI: The Silicon Technology Shaping the Future of Automotive Radars

 

Product Marketing, FD-SOI Automotive Business Unit,

Soitec

 

 

Innovative Materials Enabling Reliability of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Autonomous Vehicles

 

Market Segment Leader, Rogers Corp.

 


Radar Antenna Design Engineers Require Cost-Effective Solutions for their Antenna PCBs

 

RF BU Vice President, Global Marketing Coordination,

AGC Electro-Material General Division

 

 

15:00

Networking Break

15:40



Enabling Technologies for competitive imaging Automotive Radar

 

Professor, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

(Radar Technologies)

 

16:20

Closing Discussion

Key Take-Aways


 

17:00 PM

Adjourn

 

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  1. What is the deadline for presentation/handout materials?

    Deadline for electronic version of presentation/handout materials: September 2, 2022

  2. Who are the attendees?
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    • We only permit "first hand knowledge experts" in business and technology issues, prepared to contribute to the discussion.
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    ALL Hosts, Speakers, Panel Members and Attendees will be asked to cover out-of-pocket workshop costs such as conference room costs, food (Social Reception plus First Day breakfast/lunch/dinner plus Second Day breakfast/lunch plus Breaks), audio/visual costs, etc.

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    Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre
    Hochstrasse 3
    Munich, Germany 81669
    Phone: +49 89 4803 - 6011

    Hotel Website

    The IWPC room block rate is Euro 304/night. The deadline for hotel reservations is Monday, August 15, 2022. After that date, rooms cannot be guaranteed at the IWPC rate. The "Hotel Website" link above takes you to group room link.

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  6. Are there any audiovisual requirements?

    A Computer Projector will be available for the speakers.

    In addition, we audiotape all presentations and the interactive discussions. Post workshop, presentations are made available to IWPC Members on the IWPC WEB site, along with “recordings” of all presentations and panel sessions.

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    Business cards will be collected at the door from all attendees. We will make copies of these cards, which will be available to all who provided a business card.

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    Business casual suggested. No ties, please!

  9. How will handout materials be provided?

    For ALL IWPC members:

    All IWPC members are invited to submit materials to be included in the online workshop folder in the IWPC Research Library. This should NOT BE SALES MATERIALS. Rather, we suggest it contain technical information about your technology as it relates to the workshop topics.

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