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SAE connected and automated vehicle conference

January 16-17, 2019. Israel

AGENDA

Day One

January 16, 2019

 

Plenary Sessions

08:00-09:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:00-09:10

 Chairman Welcome, Joe Barkai, Chairman Vehicle IoT, SAE

09:10-09:25

 Welcome Remarks

09:25-09:55

Keynote Address: Preparing for the Coming 5G Tsunami

Roger Lanctot, Associate Director, Strategy Analytics

09:55-10:25

Keynote Address: Traffic Management and Control in a Connected and Automated Vehicle Environment

Nathan Gartner. Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts

10:25-11:00

Panel Discussion: Setting the Stage

Moderator: Israel Ronn, President, Spotam

11:00-11:30

Break / Exhibit Area Open

 

 

Track I

 

 

Track II

 

Advanced Mobility

 

 

V2X and Vehicle Infrastructure

11:30-11:50

MaaS (Mobility as a Service) - Israel Roadmap (Chanan Gabay, CG Smartech)

 

DSRC vs. Cellular V2X – Who Will Prevail? (Israel Ronn, Spotam)

11:50-12:10

Sensible Vehicle Sharing Systems (Tal Raviv, Tel Aviv University)

 

The future of V2X (Onn Haran, Autotalks)

12:10-12:30

Will Shared Automated Vehicles Resolve the Traffic Problems in the Tel-Aviv Metropolitan Area? (Golan Ben-Dor, Tel-Aviv University)

 

Enabling PCIe Connectivity in the Car (Michael Schachar, Valens)

12:30-12:50

Eliminating Congestion with Connected Vehicle Applications (Dov Ganor, Mobi)

 

Optimizing CAN Bus Security with In-place Cryptography (Assaf Harel, Karamba Security)

12:50-14:00

Lunch

 

 

ITS in Israel

 

 

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning & Mobility

14:00-14:20

Legal Aspect - Connected and Automated Vehicle (Gadi Ouzan, Shibolet Law Firm)

 

Building Safe and Flexible AI Accelerator for Autonomous Cars (Itai Yarom, Wave Computing)

14:20-14:40

Deployment of Cooperative ITS Services in Israel (Zeev Shadmi, Ministry of Transport and Road Safety)

 

The Inevitable Migration from AI to Edge-AI in Automotive Mobility Services (Ofer Tziperman, Anagog, Ltd.)

14:40-15:00

Ashdod Smart Mobility Living Lab (Erez Shmueli, Tel-Aviv University)

 

Touch Down on AI and Self-driving Cars (Angela Suen, FABUai)

15:00-15:20

The automotive vehicle as an urban project: re-planning new and existing neighborhoods for the era of future mobility (Architect Oded Kutok)

 

Simulation Platform for the Autonomous Age (Dan Atsmon, Cognata)

15:20-16:00

Break / Exhibit Area Open

 

16:00-16:30

Applying Innovation Approaches in Automated Vehicle Design Erez Tsalik Innovation Facilitator

16:30-17:00

Keynote Address: Value Chain Disintermediation: How Electronics and Software are the New Automotive Supply Chain Kings

Joe Barkai, Chairman Vehicle IoT, SAE

17:00-17:10

Day One Closes

 

Day Two

January 17, 2019

 

Plenary Sessions

08:00-09:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:00-09:35

Keynote Address: Advancing Civilization Through Technology

Lewis Horne, Founder & CEO, Uniti

09:35-10:10

Keynote Address: AI in the Driver’s Seat

Rammy Bahalul, Director, Industry Business Development, NVIDIA

10:10-10:50

Panel Discussion: "Regulation vs. Innovation: A Journey From “Regulate and Forget” to an Adaptive Market-driven Approach" Moderator: Dov Greenbaum - Professor of Law & Director of The Zvi Meitar Institute for Legal Implications of Emerging Technologies, IDC Herzliya

10:50-11:20

Break / Exhibit Area Open

 

 

Track I

 

 

Track II

 

Cybersecurity

 

 

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Mobility

11:20-11:40

Real-World Adversarial Attacks on Traffic Signs (Alexander Kreines, Harman International)

 

Developing Autonomous Vehicles: Digitalization of the Automotive Industry (Deon Blaauw, Siemens Industry Software)

11:40-12:00

A Thought-Provoking Discussion and Comparison of Security for Automotive On-Board Communication Technologies (Moshe Karl, Arilou Technologies, Ltd)

 

Deep Learning Processing Technologies for Embedded Systems (Hadar Zeitlin, Hailo Technologies)

12:00-12:20

Vehicle Safe-Mode Limp-Mode in the Service of Cyber Security (Tsvika Dagan, Tel Aviv University)

 

Bridging the Human and Machine Communication Gap: Adaptive and Intuitive Interfaces (Claudia V. Goldman, General Motors Global R&D)

12:20-12:40

Securing the Connected Car from the Cloud (Yoav Levy, Upstream Security)

 

The Effects of Intersection Types on Drivers’ Discomfort in Autonomous Vehicles (Guy Cohen, Ben-Gurion University)

12:40-13:00

Deep Hacking the Automotive Cyberspace (Uri Bear, Intel)

 

Pedestrians' Understanding of Fully Autonomous Vehicles' Intention: a Proposed Framework (Michal Hochman, Ben Gurion University)

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

 

Sensor Technologies

 

 

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Mobility

14:00-14:20

Future Sensors for Autonomous Driving: Robust Detection of Any Obstacle Under Any Weather and Lighting Conditions (Oren Bar-On, Foresight Automotive)

 

How AI and Deep Learning Enable Next Generation Driver and Cabin Monitoring (Ophir Herbst, Jungo Connectivity, Ltd.)

14:20-14:40

Advanced Sensor Fusion (Ehud Spiegel, IonTerra)

 

Registration and Navigation Methods for Connected Cars (Noam Meir, at Eli Etkes Sons Ltd)

14:40-15:00

Distributed Acoustic Sensing for Smart Transportation: Using Deep Learning Approaches for Processing Fiber-optic Sensors Data (Lihi Shiloh Tel Aviv University)

 

An introduction for ISO26262 for Software Developers (Daniel Liezrowice Development Tools Specialist, ESL Israel Ltd)

15:00-15:20

Tele-operations and Remote Monitoring for Safe Autonomous Vehicles (Rony Ohayon, LiveU)

 

Improving Coordination and Collaboration in Smart Transportation Development Projects Using Model Based Process Design (Avi Shaked, Tel Aviv University)

15:20-16:00

Break / Exhibit Area Open

 

16:00-17:00

Battle of the Minds: Is Japan's Silent Strategy for Developing Driverless Cars the Tortoise to America’s Hare?

17:00-17:20

ICAV 2019 Closes