PEGASUS Symposium - HOW SAFE IS SAFE ENOUGH?
9th November 2017, Aachen, Germany
HOW SAFE IS SAFE ENOUGH? HOW CAN WE PROVE THAT THE AUTOMATION IS GOOD ENOUGH?
17 scientific and industry partners are working in the joint research project PEGASUS to answer these questions, define a new state of the art for the test and release of highly-automated driving functions and demonstrate the procedure hands-on using a sample application - autonomous Autobahn-driving.
With the PEGASUS Symposium, an international platform will be created which allows an open exchange for effective and uniform testing as well as for securing highly-automated vehicles.
» The PEGASUS Symposium allows an international exchange between economy and science regarding strategies for securing automated driving. «
|Thursday||9th November 2017|
|11:15||General introduction to PEGASUS opening of the parallel exhibition|
|12:00||Lunch & exhibition|
|13:00||Automated driving initiatives and projects|
|15:30||PEGASUS key activities|
ABOUT THE EVENT
The PEGASUS Symposium will be accompanied by an exhibition which provides insights into the work of PEGASUS and presents the major results of the first half of the project.
Prof. Dr. Karsten Lemmer (DLR)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Form (Volkswagen)
Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein (fka)
Alexander Kraus (TÜV SÜD Automotive)
Prof. Dr. Hermann Winner (TU Darmstadt)
Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika) RWTH Aachen, University
9th November 2017
Costs (incl. evening reception, excl. VAT)
€ 380 Conference fee
€ 280 University, public authorities
The number of participants is limited so that timely and binding registration is advisable.