Autonomous driving presents many technological challenges, but maybe the most difficult and contentious are those of security and trust. Positioning plays a major role here, both relative and absolute, and of course tracking and navigation. Traditional positioning systems like GNSS need to work alongside sensor-fused systems, vision, ultrasonic, LIDAR or RADAR, and all feed into verifiably reliable and trustworthy vehicle control systems. Machine learning is likely to be an important part of the solution. There are many avenues for a potential attack on such a system.
Security and trust have increasingly become concerns for users of ranging technology too. Secure payments, Passive Keyless Entry Systems and vehicle control demand considerably more security than interactive gaming and augmented reality. Other uses for secure ranging and control, for example factory processes and automated farming, have their own specific considerations. Accurate localisation has become essential in defending against remote attacks.
In this Location SIG event, we will look at these two related topics and our speakers will explore the technological and social challenges involved in making positioning and navigation high-performing, trustworthy and secure enough to support these exciting new opportunities.
Starting at 2pm, the event will provide delegates with ample opportunities to network with fellow delegates and speakers to explore the themes of this event.
Following this event all delegates are invited to join the CW Founders' Dinner drinks reception, which is being held in the same location. The Founders' Dinner is an invitation-only event and offers business networking opportunities for Founder member organisations within the CW network.
Tickets for non-members are £150 plus VAT. CW membership may be more cost effective for your organisation than fully priced tickets – find out more about CW membership benefits.
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