Recognised Experts Guide the Agenda
Smithers Apex would like to thank the following renowned experts who have already joined the Advisory Board for the IS Auto Europe 2018 Conference:
Markus Adameck is General Manager at Panasonic Automotive Systems Europe since 2014. Panasonic is one of the worldwide leader in automotive Camera Systems. He supports the European Panasonic Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Business and is in charge for Customer Project Management and Development.
Markus has around 20 years’ experience in Development of ADAS Camera Systems supporting Object Recognition and Classification. He introduced first Single-Chip CMOS camera into automotive. In his professional career he was working for several Tier1 suppliers like Hella (2002), Magna Electronics (2006), and Continental (2012). Markus received his Physics Diploma in “Nonlinear Optics” and his PHD for the Development of “High Speed 3D Camera Scannig Systems” in Hamburg Germany.
Bharanidhar Duraisamy has started as a M.Sc. Robotics and Automation student with Daimler AG’s research and development department. After completion of his Doctoral tenure in the area of automotive multi-level sensor fusion based on several active and passive environment perception sensors, multi-sensor data association designed for state estimation and signal processing designed for automotive intelligent vehicular applications. At present he is working as a research and development engineer focused on target tracking and fusion activities in the team specializes in various level of signal processing work related to automotive Radar.
Ian Riches is a Director in the Global Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics. He heads a research team that covers all aspects of embedded automotive electronic systems, semiconductors and sensors on a worldwide basis.
His areas of research include powertrain, chassis, safety, security and body applications – including high-growth areas such as hybrid and electric vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles.
With over twenty years of analyst experience, he is one of the foremost industry analysts in the automotive electronics sector. Ian holds a degree in engineering from Cambridge University, UK.
Senthil Yogamani is a technical lead in computer vision department at Valeo for the past four years. He is currently responsible for research and design of the overall computer vision algorithm architecture for next generation automated driving systems. He has over 11 years of experience in computer vision and machine learning including 9 years of experience in industrial automotive systems. He is an author of 18 publications and 13 patents. He serves in the editorial board of various IEEE automotive conferences including ITSC and ICVES. He is a recipient of best associate editor award at ITSC 2015 and best paper award at ITST 2012.