Mobileye at IAA 2021
Out of the Garage and Onto the Streets
IAA Mobility is taking place as a face-to-face event in Munich, Germany (with a digital extension) September 7-12; and Intel’s Mobileye will have a significant speakership and booth presence. During the event, Intel and Mobileye will share exciting new updates and insight into the inherently scalable approach bringing self-driving tech out of the garage and onto the streets.
See below for a snapshot of our sessions.
Speakers and Bios
IAA Keynote by Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger
Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEO, will discuss the important role Intel plays in the future of mobility and autonomy.
When: Tuesday, September 7 | 5 p.m. CEST
Conference Sessions & Panels
Smart Mobility / Mobility-as-a-Service – Johann Jungwirth
Johann Jungwirth, Vice President of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) at Mobileye, an Intel Company
Johann Jungwirth, Vice President, Mobility-as-a-Service at Mobileye, will join Andreas Herrmann, Prof. at University of St Gallen and at London School of Economics join presentation on Smart Mobility / Mobility-as-a-Service. Herrmann will focus on the social impact and smart city aspect and JJ on the technology and business impact. Session is followed by a 15–20 minute panel discuss with Lukas Neckermann as a moderator.
When: Wednesday, September 8th | 10 a.m. CEST
Autonomous Mobility in Cities of the Future – Erez Dagan
Erez Dagan, Executive Vice President of Products and Strategy at Mobileye and Vice President at Intel
Autonomous driving on demand sounds like a promising vision of the future for urban areas and metropolises. But what requirements would have to be met and already considered in planning today for this vision to be fulfilled? This panel is presented by Boston Consulting Group, partner of IAA Conference.
- Augustin Wegscheider – Auto & Mobility Partner, BCG (Moderator)
- Kris Carter – City of Boston
- Manja Greimeier – Continental
- Christoph Schroeder – Luminar Technologies
- Michael Wiesinger – Kodiak Robotics (by video)
When: Thursday, September 9 | 5 p.m. CEST
The Importance of Scenarios & Simulations in AV Safety – Jack Weast
Jack Weast, Intel Fellow | Corporate Strategy Office CTO, Mobileye Vice President
Scenario-based safety assessments are being proposed as a method to underpin the next generation of autonomous vehicle policy, but the crucial role of simulation tools in these assessments is often overlooked.
In this session, industry leading safety experts will discuss the need for simulation tools in AV safety assurance, and explore key challenges such as tool fidelity, creating digital twins, HD maps and structuring assessments.
- Siddartha Khastgir – WMG
- Andrea Kollmorgen – Siemens
- Jack Weast – Mobileye
- Shauna McIntyre – Sense Photonics
- Mohammad Musa – Deepen AI (Moderator)
When: Friday, September 10th | 11 a.m. CEST