23–24 October 2018 Washington, DC
The Automated Vehicles & Meteorology Summit was organized by the Commission on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise (CWWCE).
The pace to develop automated airborne and surface based vehicles (AV) is accelerating. Significant global investments are being made to develop advanced driver assistance systems and fully automated surface and airborne vehicles. These systems utilize in situ and remote sensing technologies, optical systems, machine learning, and advanced navigation capabilities. Poor weather and associated road conditions present challenges to the industry due to its impact on sensor performance, vehicle situational awareness technologies, and ability of airborne systems to maintain flight operations.
This summit brought together the weather enterprise (public, private, and academic sectors), advanced driver assistance system and automated vehicle industries to discuss the meteorological impacts, current capabilities, weather and pavement-condition information needs of automated surface vehicles and unmanned airborne vehicles to support the advancement of automated vehicle development, reduce risk, accelerate adoption, and support operations.
Automakers, ADAS and autonomous technology providers, weather agencies and service companies, atmospheric science research community, fleet management firms, insurers, policy makers, investors, and AV technology users.
• AV sensing platforms and capabilities
• AV use cases (ride sharing, package delivery, surveillance, environmental sensing, etc.)
• Meteorological information needed to operate UAVs within and beyond the line of sight
• Meteorological information for automated surface vehicles to maintain a safe operation and increase mobility
• AV testing centers meteorological data needs
• AV environmental sensing
• Meteorological needs for UAV traffic management systems
• Big Data and IoT
• Weather enterprise support for AV R&D and adoption
Chief Marketing Officer
The Weather Company
(An IBM Business)
Senior Research Scientist
NOAA Hurricane Research Division
Co-Founder and Head of Innovation
Skyward, a Verizon company
Senior Director of Strategy and Policy
Safety & Risk Architect
Altiscope at A³ by Airbus
Director of Weather
Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations
AF Deputy to NOAA
Chief Technology Officer
The two-day package includes: your badge (must be worn at all times in the meeting room), a full week program, admission to the reception on Tuesday night, a light breakfast, lunch, and two refreshment breaks each day.
The one-day package includes your badge for one calendar day admission to all conferences (must be worn at all times), a program, and scheduled food functions for that day.
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|AMS Associate Member||$430||$530||$550||$230||$280||$300|
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