Today, radar and cameras provide the critical information for high-end vehicles with high tech Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). In fact, some vehicles have eight radar sensors, as well as several video cameras. Advances in lidar, image sensing, radar and even communication based positioning such as Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) promise to make the sensing in future ADAS applications including fully autonomous vehicles, more affordable and more effective. With experts from over eight industry leading companies, the ADAS Sensors Workshop 2016 will put these advances into perspective and provide system suppliers and users the information they need to take advantage of these technologies.
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