Autonomous vehicles are rapidly becoming mainstream modes of transportation, including applications at airports, compounds and universities. The trend over the next several years is to expand their use to dense and congested urban centers.
Join this webinar as panel members discuss the technology that will be required to support autonomous shuttle evolution to move beyond existing geofencing constraints and achieve widespread deployment in complex and dynamic urban centers.
Panel members will discuss how industry leaders are forecasting technology development needs out to the year 2030 and how those forecasts are impacting design decisions today. Learn also how industry leaders are supporting autonomous vehicles' transition from geofenced applications to widespread use in urban centers.
- Gain insight into what future autonomous shuttles will look like as geofencing constraints are overcome
- Learn more about the possible impact of autonomous shuttles on city centers
- Understand the technological requirements necessary to support this evolution
- Learn how industry leaders forecast technology needs through the next decade and how those forecasts are impacting today's design decisions.
- Gain insight into what industry leaders are doing to support the autonomous vehicle transition from geofenced to city center applications.
Engineer, innovator and internationally recognized expert in advanced technologies, Mr. Saintellemy has over 21 years of experience in the electronics and automotive sector, with specialized knowledge in automotive, autonomous driving, AI, IoT and automation applications, in addition to business and product development, applications engineering, global sales and marketing. A dedicated entrepreneur and philanthropist, he is also Co-founder of Groupe 3737, an incubator and innovation center that houses more than 30 companies and start-ups, in addition to offering a framework for ideation to revenue generation.
Frantz Saintellemy joined LeddarTech in September 2017, having previously served as VP and General Manager of the Automotive and Industrial Division of Integrated Device Technology (Nasdaq: IDTI), a California-based company specializing in a broad array of complete mixed-signal solutions. Prior to IDT, Mr. Saintellemy was President and Executive VP of Global Sales and Marketing at ZMDI AG, a global supplier of MEMs-based sensor solutions for automotive and industrial applications, which was acquired by IDT in December 2015. Prior to ZMDI, Mr. Saintellemy was CTO and Corporate VP of Technical Marketing and Advanced Engineering Group at Future Electronics, a global distributor of semiconductors and passive, interconnect and electromechanical components.
Throughout his career, Mr. Saintellemy has produced numerous patents and technical innovations. He also founded and co-founded many successful start-ups and corporations, the likes of which include SMGT Inc., Q-Links Home Automation, Groupe Reno-Metrix, Capital Plus and OMNI Global, and sits on several boards and advisory committees.
Mr. Saintellemy holds degrees in electrical engineering, business and marketing, and is also a graduate of the MIT Sloan Engineering Fellows Program on Innovations and Global Leadership.
Steve Vozar, PhD, is co-founder and CTO of May Mobility. Prior to founding May, Dr. Vozar was a Research Fellow with the APRIL laboratory at the University of Michigan, contributing to projects including Ford's next-generation vehicle thrust and the DARPA Squad X core technologies program. Steve has previously worked at Johns Hopkins University, developing tele-robotic satellite servicing technology in collaboration with NASA. Steve was named a Human-Robot Interaction Pioneer (2012) for his PhD work on tele-robotic mobile manipulation. Steve also co-founded and acted as VP of Technology for Absolute Nano, a university spin-off developing instruments for nanomaterials research, which won a 2009 R&D 100 Award.
Patrick is an engineering and business-to-business