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21. - 24.03.2022
CARIAD joins Nvidia GTC

What’s the event about?

NVIDIA GTC, described as the leading AI developer conference, offers participants the chance to discover technological advancements and groundbreaking research that are making it possible to take on the world’s great challenges – including those in the area automated driving.

GTC will take place from 21 to 24 March, with sessions and workshops by industry experts. The event caters to a whole range of participants, including developers and data scientists, educators and researchers, and business leaders. 

How to meet CARIAD

CARIAD will be hosting two presentations at GTC.

Firstly, Stefan Sicklinger, Head of Division – Big Loop and Advanced Systems, will introduce our Big Loop system. He’ll explain how, when paired with the size of the Volkswagen Group fleet, the system can be used to scale continuous data-driven development. Stefan will hold his session on Wednesday 23 March at 12:00 – 12:50 pm CET.

Secondly, Cristina Rico, Head of Sensor Fusion, will give a talk on the transition from object-level to AI-based sensor fusion in order to achieve higher levels of autonomous driving. She’ll describe various technical approaches and their advantages and disadvantages, as well as how an AI-based sensor fusion layer can be designed. Cristina will hold her session on Wednesday 23 March at 1:00 – 1:25 pm CET.

Find out more on the NVIDIA website and register for the talks by Stefan and Cristina.

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