Aurora Summit 2018: Safe and Secure Automated Transport in All Conditions
In all modes of transport, automation is one of the key trends and at the same time one of the key challenges. Aurora Summit 2018 will take place to discuss this highly important theme of future traffic: intelligent transport that works safely and securely in all conditions, even outside the sunny California and when it is raining cats, dogs, snow or hail.
The Summit brings together the public and private sectors to discuss the state-of-the-art as well as the necessary actions needed for automated transport to meet this challenge.
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Aurora Summit 2018 presentations
Tuesday 16th January 2018
Cees de Wijs, ERTICO: Connected and automated driving: from vehicle to infrastructure development
Cristopher Bassler, US Navy: US Navy and Interests in Autonomy R&D
Claude van Rooten, PIARC: presentation
Dirk-Jan de Bruijn, Rijkswaterstaat: Smart mobility Challenges
Reija Viinanen, Finninsh Transport Agency: Introduction: We have a job to do!
Markku Mylly, EMSA: Why maritime transport needs automation?
Miklós Horváth, The European Freight & Logistics Leaders’ Forum: presentation
Sauli Eloranta, Rolls-Royce: Autonomous Ships: Automated maritime transport: why, how and when
Steve Dellenback, Southwest Research Institute: Off-Road Activities in the U.S
Wednesday 17th January 2018
Alina Koskela, Finnish Transport Agency: Aurora – The Intelligent Road
Tero Heinonen, Arctic RED: presentation
Bernd C. Datler, ASFINAG: Testing infrastructure for automated driving
Christian Rousseau, Renault: International test ecosystem
Harri Santamala, Sensible4: Shared Driverless Mobility
Jarkko Koskinen, National Land Survey of Finland: Positioning, location data and GNSS as solution for Autonomous driving
Lasse Nykänen, VTT: Artic Challenge –CAD coalition: Martti -demo driving
Marit Brandtsegg, Norwegian Public Road Administration: The Norwegian perspective
Matti Seimola, V-Traffic: Safety for Real
Päivi Haikkola, ONE SEA: One Sea –Testing autonomous maritime traffic
Steve Dellenback, Southwest Research Institute: State of the Practice in the U.S.
Reija Viinanen, Finninsh Transport Agency: presentation for test bed panel session
Timo Saarenketo, Roadscanners Group: Maintenance of Infrastructure when Automated Driving Takes Over