Wednesday, 16 July

Room: Grand Peninsula D



7:00-8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-8:15am Symposium Welcome
Speaker:
 
  David Agnew, Continental Automotive Technology Strategy & Research and Member, AUVSI Board of Directors
8:15-8:45am Keynote Address
Clifford Nass Memorial Lecture - The Human Side of Automation
Speaker:
 
  Don Norman, Director, Design Lab, University of California, San Diego and Author of
"The Design of Future Things"

8:45-9:00am
Vehicle Manufacturer and Supplier Briefings
Speaker: 
  John Capp, Director, Electrical & Controls Systems Research & Active Safety Technology Strategy, General Motors Research & Development

 9:00-9:15am
Vehicle Manufacturer and Supplier Briefing
Speaker: 
 
Steffen Linkenbach, Director Systems & Technology, NAFTA, Continental

9:15-9:30am
Vehicle Manufacturer and Supplier Briefings
Speaker: 
  Patrice Reilhac, Innovation & Collaborative Research Director, Comfort & Driving Assistance Business Group, Valeo

9:30-9:45am
Vehicle Manufacturer and Supplier Panel
Realizing Self-Driving Vehicles 

Speaker: 
  Dr. Chris Urmson, Director, Self-Driving Cars, Google[x] 

9:45-10:00am
Vehicle Manufacturer and Supplier Panel
Moderator:
  Richard Bishop, AUVSI Subject Matter Expert on Automation  
Speakers:    John Capp, General Motors; Steffen Linkenbach, Continental; Patrice Reilhac, Valeo; Dr. Chris Urmson, Google  

10:00-10:30am Networking Break
10:30-10:50am CityMobil2: Automated Road Transport Systems in Urban Environments
Speaker:
  Dr. Adriano Alessandrini, Universit√† degli Studi di Roma

 10:50-11:10am
The AdaptIVe Project: Working on Research, Legal and Deployment Issues in Europe for Automated Vehicles
Speaker:
  Dr. Angelos Amditis, Research Director, I-Sense Group, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS)

 11:10-11:30am
The Drive Me Project: Autonomous Driving by Volvo
Speaker:
 
  Anders Tylman-Mikiewicz, General Manager, Volvo Monitoring & Concept Center, Volvo Car Corporation 

11:30am - 12:30pm Panel Session: Societal Issues and Non-technical Challenges
Moderator:
 
  Jane Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center and Chair, TRB Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee 
 Panelists:

  Ginger Goodin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Michael Gucwa, Management Science and Engineering department, Stanford University; Dr. Ken Laberteaux, Toyota Research Institute-North America; Mike VanNieuwkuyk, Executive Director of Global Automotive, J.D. Power and Associates

12:30 - 1:45pm Networking Lunch
1:45 - 5:30pm

















Breakout Sessions
Thank you for registering for the Automated Vehicles Symposium 2014. Please review the list of afternoon break-out sessions listed below and select the one session that you are most likely to attend. This selection will guide our selection of room size for the break-out sessions. You are not bound by the selection you make today: you may choose a different session at the symposium, you may attend more than one session.

1.
  
Evolutionary and Revolutionary Pathways to Automated Transit and Shared Mobility
2.   Regional Planning and Modeling Implications of Driverless Cars
3.
  Roadway management and operations with Automated Vehicles 
4.
  Truck Automation Opportunities 
5.
  Legal Accelerators and Brakes 
6.
  The State and Future Direction of Automated-Vehicle Human Factors
7.
  Near-Term Connected/Automated Technology Deployment Opportunities 
8.
  Personal Vehicle Automation Commercialization 
9.

  Technology Roadmap, Maturity and Performance: Operational Requirements for Vehicle-Road Automation Systems and Components
10.
  Road Infrastructure Needs of Connected-Automated Vehicles

Click Here to Register for a Breakout Session

***PLEASE NOTE: ALL BREAKOUT SESSIONS ARE CLOSED TO THE MEDIA***


5:30 - 7:00pm Networking Reception and Poster Presentations