Artificial Intelligence is a much-discussed area in our industries. At Continental, we are already using Artificial Intelligence in volume production – for example, self-learning neural networks for object recognition in our camera systems. Artificial Intelligence is becoming one of the most important basic technologies of our future product and service portfolios.
For the Chassis & Safety division of Continental, the direction is clear: the future of mobility leads to automated driving. Integrated active and passive safety technologies and products that support vehicle dynamics are providing greater safety, comfort and convenience.
Our lecturers
– Dr. Thomas Brohm, Head of the Sensorics Development at the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Business Unit of Continental will introduce the way “From Assisted to Automated Driving”
– Ralph Kiβner, Head of Sensorics Software Competence Center, Continental Business Unit Advanced Driver Assistance Systems presents the steps “From Environment Sensing to Scene Understanding”
– Robert Thiel, Head of Machine Learning, Continental, Business Unit Advanced Driver Assistance Systems clearly shows the improvement “From Feature Based Learning to Deep Machine Learning”
Time and venue:
28th November 2017, Tuesday
From 15:00-16:30
Room: QB F09
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
1117, Budapest
Magyar Tudósok körút 2.

To register, please visit: www.vik.bme.hu/continental

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