7th Edition of
on Safety Driven By
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a spanner in the growth journey of the automotive industry across the globe. In the Indian context, the industry is striving to return to some semblance of normalcy after enduring a period of never-before-seen zero revenue and zero production for close to two months. Against this backdrop, Auto Tech Review for the first time ever is virtually conducting the 7th edition of Safety Driven by Technology Seminar on Thursday, August 27 from 10:00 am to 04:05 pm.
The 7th edition of Safety Driven by Technology Seminar will deliberate on five key focus areas – Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Active Safety Technologies, Passive Safety Technologies, New Age Software & Hardware for Safer Mobility and Safety Standards & Regulations. Rama Shankar Pandey, Managing Director, Hella India Lighting, will grace the 7th Safety Driven by Technology Seminar as the Conference Chairman.
The Safety Seminar assumes a great deal of importance given the overwhelming focus across the auto industry on vehicle safety. The adoption of automotive safety systems has increased rapidly over the last two decades with vehicles undergoing a lot of structural design changes with innovations being witnessed with use of lighter, yet robust materials aimed at improving vehicle safety. Road safety is a serious talking point area in India considering the fact that the country has the dubious distinction of recording around 1.5 lakh road fatalities, which translates into a road accident-related death every four minutes. In fact, around 90 % of road accident-related fatalities in India occur due to driver error, which only accentuates a strong need to bring about disciplined driving on Indian roads – one that helps mitigate, if not completely weed out road fatalities. Of course, in recent years various safer mobility-focussed initiatives have been undertaken by the government, which in turn, has led to vehicle manufacturers putting more focus on improving the safety quotient of vehicles with futuristic technologies.
Globally, several countries have set goals of achieving zero deaths in motor vehicle crashes. Sweden was one of the earliest proponents of eliminating crash deaths and now boasts of one of the world’s lowest traffic-related fatality rates - something India as a country can emulate.
Auto Tech Review welcomes your participation in our Safety Seminar to discuss, deliberate, and learn how India can achieve the ‘zero vision’ through technological interventions. The 7th edition of Safety Driven by Technology Seminar would seek to address the road safety challenges as well as seek solutions for the future.
Mr Ramashankar Pandey
Hella India Lighting
Mr Deepak Sawkar
Sr. VP, Engineering Research Design & Development,
Maruti Suzuki India
Dr Ajinkya Bhave
Director and Country Head (India) - Engineering Services,
Siemens Digital Industries Software
Mr Chulang Perera
Ms Pamela Tikku
Chief Business Officer, ICAT
Mr Amit Agarwal
Director Technical – India, ASEAN and ANZ,
Dr Manaswini Rath
Vice President and Global Head for Autonomous Driving,
Mr Raghavendra Bhat
Mr Avik Chattopadhyay
Mr Deepangshu Dev Sarmah
Editor-in-chief, Auto Tech Review
|How technology will serve as an enabler for vehicle/road safety|
|Role of cameras, radars and sensors towards augmenting vehicle safety|
|How connected technology can contribute towards enhancing vehicle safety|
|Complexities associated with increasing hardware and software content for vehicle safety|
|Ever-evolving telematics solutions for vehicle safety|
|Global trends of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)|
|New trends in the areas of Passive and Active Safety|
|Collaboration between OEMs, suppliers and government stakeholders to ensure safer vehicles and safer roads|
|ADAS - Challenges and Opportunities in the Indian context|
|Improvements in sub-systems to improve vehicle safety|
|Safety standards and regulations in the global as well as in the Indian context|
|Paradigm shift in E/E architectures of vehicles of the future|
|How technology can ensure safety of autonomous vehicles|
|Mandatory implementation of safety features such as airbags, ABS and ESC|
Virtual Seminar on Safety Driven by Technology | August 27, 2020 (Thursday)
|09:30 am onwards||LOGIN TO EVENT PLATFORM AND VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE EXHIBITION|
|10:00 am - 11:30 am||INAUGURAL SESSION|
|11:30 am - 12:00 pm||Break and Virtual Tour of the Exhibition|
|12:00 pm - 02:30 pm||TECHNOLOGY SESSION|
|2:30 pm - 3:00 pm||Break and Virtual Tour of the Exhibition|
|3:00 pm - 4:00 pm||PANEL DISCUSSION ON "CREATING A SAFETY ECOSYSTEM - MAKING ALL STAKEHOLDERS RESPONSIBLE"|
|4:00 pm - 4:05 pm||CLOSING REMARKS & VOTE OF THANKS|
The seminar “Safety Driven By Technology – Making Vehicles Safer Through Technology Innovation” is aimed at engineers, managers and technology leaders & innovators involved in developing safety related technologies for vehicles of the future.
Over 120 delegates from the following sections of the industry are likely to participate in this daylong seminar:
Auto Tech Review is India’s first and by far, the only automotive technology magazine, focused on the growing automotive engineering industry and community. The monthly magazine takes a 360-degree approach to journalism, and disseminates information and knowledge through its print, online & digital platforms.
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