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Join us on day one as Tarika George, Programme Manager at Cambridge Consultants, explains how global companies have refocused their efforts on autonomous systems and the potential of intelligent simulation, beyond traditional use cases in the automotive industry.

Simulated environments for the future of autonomy 

Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022, 12:15 PM GMT 

Location: Coventry Building Society Arena (SAT NAV: CV6 6GE)

Speaker: Tarika George, Programme Manager and Product Strategy for autonomy and mobility services at Cambridge Consultants.

During this session, Cambridge Consultants will reveal a modular intelligent simulation framework created for autonomous vehicle design - both for on and off highway applications - to explore its applicability in a wide range of industries including smart infrastructure, construction, warehouse logistics and more.

Attendees will learn about state-of-the-art approaches to creating intelligent simulated environments, new development opportunities across the autonomy stack, implications for radar simulation, and the many benefits made available, including a reduced barrier to entry for the design, development, and verification of autonomous vehicles and systems. 


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