Autonomous Vehicle Technology: What’s Next?
November 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
YPN Lunch and Learn: Autonomous Vehicle Technology: What’s Next?
The future of autonomous driving is still to be determined, but here is what we know: Autonomous driving is both a visionary goal and a highly achievable feat of technical engineering. The race to launching the industry’s first fully autonomous vehicle is accelerating, as technology and ride sharing companies overcome technical challenges and enable an entirely new way of driving that will surprise and delight users.
Autonomous vehicle technology is constantly evolving and many products offer unique solutions to the same problem. What does this mean for AV adoption? Will there be a clear-cut technology
Join the SAA’s Young Professionals Network for a Lunch and Learn as we will be joined by autonomous driving specialist Daniel Bartz, who will discuss these questions and much more.
Daniel Bartz has been working in the areas of vehicle automation and robotics for 20 years in the auto, defense and startup communities. He received a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from Kettering University and Master’s Degree in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon in 2006. He participated in the 2005 and 2007 DARPA Challenges. Daniel recently served as Chairperson for the SAE On-Road Automated Vehicle committee and current Chairs the SAE ORAV Automated Driving Reference Architecture task force.