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BASELABS frequently participates in relevant industry events. We are active as both speakers and participants at conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs. These events are excellent opportunities for a personal chat – contact us prior to your event participation to ensure that a BASELABS representative is available for a meeting at the event.



20.06.2017 - 22.06.2017

Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo 2017

Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo, with it's handpicked, exclusive exhibitors and three dedicated conferences, will showcase, discuss and debate everything you need to develop your intelligent vehicle, from the obvious autonomous vehicle driving software, sensors and communication systems, to tyres and wheels for autonomous vehicles, or complete vehicle concepts. The conferences include the Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium; the Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Development Symposium; and the Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium.

BASELABS will contribute with an own booth at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo. We will present the Data Fusion Designer of BASELABS Create. By means of the graphical configuration of complex data fusion applications, the latest version of the software framework BASELABS Create offers a simple scaling from systems consisting of a low number of sensors up to extensive sensor configurations providing a 360°-coverage of the vehicle environment. This innovative approach allows a significant increase in development speed.

Visit us at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo and configure your data fusion at our booth!  More information about the Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo

Furthermore, Dr. Eric Richter, our CTO Development Software and Validation Products, will speak about "Probabilistic sensor models for the simulation of ADAS sensor data." at the Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Development Symposium on Tuesday, June 22nd 12:15 pm. Contents of his presentation: The simulation of sensor data is one of the key challenges during development and validation of ADAS. Although ideal sensor models do not simulate any inaccuracies inherent in real sensor data, physical sensor models may not meet real-time requirements. The probabilistic sensor models of BaseLabs fill this gap by injecting typical random and systematic errors into the ideal data provided by simulation environments. The presentation provides an overview of the available probabilistic sensor simulation models and their technology. Furthermore, a workflow for the sensor model parameterisation based on the data of real sensors is presented.

We are looking forward to meet you at the event!



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