The ninth Workshop and Industry Panel on “Cooperative and Automated Driving” at ITSC 2022

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

The ninth Workshop and Industry Panel on “Cooperative and Automated Driving” at ITSC 2022

October 11

The ninth Workshop and Industry Panel on “Cooperative and Automated Driving” will be held, in conjunction with the 25th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2022) on October 8-12, 2022 in Macau, P. R. China (https://www.ieee-itsc2022.org). IEEE ITSC is one of the major annual conferences of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS). The Workshop focuses cooperative and autonomous technologies for cooperative and automated driving. Similar to the past, the workshop also features an Industry Panel with experts from related industries (e.g. OEMs, Suppliers, Telecom and ICT), which will again foster the interactive exchange of academia and industry.

Recent developments in telecommunications, sensor, information processing and control technologies have enabled substantial progress in the domain of ITS. C-ITS (Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems) is in a very early stage of deployment, as it is technologically achievable, but the deployment requires cooperation of multiple stakeholders. Automated driving is on the horizon, and will still need substantial and longer-term development and testing to make even the high automation levels a reality in complex situations, such as in urban environments, and in a transit period of only partial market penetration. Cooperative and automated transport are certainly complementary. They are expected to bring substantial benefits in terms of safety, comfort and (traffic and fuel) efficiency. Many challenges exist in this important domain.

The workshop targets the challenges for (C-)ITS applications, especially connected and cooperative systems towards automated driving. Competing communication technologies (e.g. ITS-G5/ IEEE 802.11p, IEEE 802.11bd, 4G, 4G LTE, 5G and beyond), sensor, information processing and control technologies will be highlighted. The impacts of C-ITS applications will be analysed. Requirements for strong cooperation between industry, authorities and academia in different regions will be addressed.

The workshop is expected to be very interactive. Participants will have an excellent opportunity to discuss with and to challenge distinguished speakers and panellists. The technical areas to be discussed include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Connected and Automated Vehicles
  • V2X communication technologies
  • C-ITS deployment
  • Standardisation
  • 5G/6G research and testing
  • Architecture
  • Impacts evaluation of cooperative and automated transport

 


 

Workshop and Industry Panel on “Cooperative and Automated Driving”, in conjunction with IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2022)
Date:
Tuesday 11 October 2022
Time: 14:00-17:30 CEST (= 20:00-23:30 Beijing Time)

Follow the workshop online via: https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/CNJ2Een5GaQk
Online Meeting Room ID: 633-251-044

Agenda:

14:00-14:10 Opening and Introduction, by Meng Lu, SWARCO PEEK, The Netherlands and Tim Leinmueller, DENSO, Germany

14:10-14:30 Combining 5G Connectivity And Wearables for Enhanced Road Safety and Occupational Health of Professional Drivers, by Jarno Pinola, VTT, Finland

14:30-14:50 Improving Smart Junctions for Emergency Services with 5G Standalone Slicing, by Bastiaan Wissingh, TNO, The Netherlands

14:50-15:10 Automated Vehicles and Cooperative PTWs, by Matti Kutila, VTT, Finland

15:10-15:30 Interactive Behavior Modeling for Vulnerable Road Users with Risk-taking Styles in Urban Scenarios: A Heterogeneous Graph Learning Approach, by Zirui Li, Technical University Dresden, Germany

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-16:15 VRUs in CAD, by Robert Gee, Continental, USA

16:15-16:30 Why is CAV Security So Hard and What Can We Do About It, by Jonathan Petit, Qualcomm, USA

16:30-16:45 6G for CAD, by Robert Müller, DENSO, Germany

16:45-17:20 Industry Panel

17:20-17:30 Wrap up, by Tim Leinmueller, DENSO, Germany and Meng Lu, SWARCO PEEK, The Netherlands

Organizers / chair / moderator:

Dr. Meng Lu,
SWARCO Peek Traffic B.V.,
The Netherlands

Dr. Meng Lu, Strategic Innovation Manager at SWARCO PEEK, The Netherlands; ISO/TC 204 and CEN/TC 278 – NEN (NL) Expert; Member, Board of Governors, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society; Co-Chair, Industry Engagement, IEEE Future Networks. Previously Programme Manager at Dutch Institute of Advanced Logistics (NL); Visiting Professor at the National Laboratory for Automotive Safety and Energy, Tsinghua University (CN). Since 2002 active in ICT-based transport systems, logistics and energy assessment. Participation in European initiatives and projects since 2005, as Coordinator, WP Leader and/or Partner. Education: PhD at LTH, Lund University, Sweden; Master’s title and degree of Engineering in The Netherlands and P.R. China.
Tim Leinmueller,
Denso,
Germany

Tim Leinmüller, Senior Technical Manager, DENSO Intl. Europe, Germany. Tim is heading DENSO’s European fundamental technology R&D department. His group is responsible for R&D in the domains of cybersecurity, microcontrollers, in-vehicle networks, and wireless communication. Tim is responsible for DENSO’s involvement in the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), where he is an elected member of the board since 2018, and elected chair of WG1 since 2019. Furthermore, he is representing DENSO in CCAM (cooperative, connected and automated mobility) related activities in ETSI, CLEPA, ERTRAC,  VDA, and the CCAM Partnership. In total, Tim is working in the connected vehicles domain for more than 15 years. He is/has been serving in related organizations in multiple positions, amongst others as member of the technical committee and as chair of the architecture working group in the CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium (C2C-CC).

Speakers / panellists:

Jarno Pinola,
VTT,
Finland

Combining 5G Connectivity And Wearables for Enhanced Road Safety and Occupational Health of Professional Drivers Jarno Pinola, Senior Scientist in the 5G and Beyond Networks research team at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. During the past 15 years, he has contributed to numerous national and international R&D projects, which have studied, developed and tested commercial communication technologies ranging from 3G UMTS and 4G LTE to WiMAX and WLAN. His current research interests include virtualised network architectures, performance evaluation, and testing of wireless communication technologies in the 5G context. During the past few years, Jarno has contributed to the European large-scale 5G trials with verticals through the 5G IA Trials Working Group and Finnish national 5G trialling ecosystem. In the Horizon 2020 5G-HEART project he is leading three use case trials scenarios in the Transport/Automotive vertical and acts as the main contact point and trial coordinator for VTT’s 5G test facilities utilised in the project.
Bastiaan Wissingh,
TNO,
The Netherlands

Improving Smart Junctions for Emergency Services with 5G Standalone Slicing Bastiaan Wissingh (MSc), senior scientist at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO. His main focus and expertise lies within researching and prototyping of new technologies in the field of Mobility, Media Networking and Telecommunications. He has extensive experience with technologies used within ITS like IEEE 802.11p, 3GPP C-V2X, ETSI Geonetworking with PKI and ETSI Messaging, but also technologies in the field of media and networking like Information Centric Networking (ICN), Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC), Content Delivery Network (CDN)-Interconnection and HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HLS, MPEG DASH) and technologies in the field of telecommunications like LTE and 5G. Besides the above described technological experience he is also very experienced in contributing to standardization bodies like the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and 3GPP.
Matti Kutila,
VTT,
Finland

Automated Vehicles and Cooperative PTWs Dr. Matti Kutila leads the Automated Vehicles team in VTT. His expertise fields have been focused on automotive sensors, V2X technologies, sensor data fusion, artificial intelligence and automated driving functions. He has prepared about 40 peer-reviewed scientific articles related to the connected and automated driving and holds 5 patent applications in the field.
Zirui Li,
Technical University Dresden,
Germany

Interactive Behavior Modeling for Vulnerable Road Users with Risk-taking Styles in Urban Scenarios: A Heterogeneous Graph Learning Approach Zirui Li received the B.S. degree from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), Beijing, China, in 2019, where he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering. From June, 2021 to July, 2022, he was a visiting researcher in Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) with CSC funding from China. He is the visiting researcher in the Chair of Traffic Process Automation at the Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences “Friedrich List” of the TU Dresden. His research focuses on interactive behavior modeling, risk assessment and motion planning of automated vehicles.
Robert Gee,
Continental,
USA

VRUs in CAD
Jonathan Petit,
Qualcomm,
USA

Why is CAV security so hard and what can we do about it Dr. Jonathan Petit is Director Engineering at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., where he leads research in security of connected and automated vehicles (CAV). His team works on designing security solutions, and contributes to worldwide standardization efforts. Dr. Petit was the first to demonstrate attacks on LIDAR and camera system for automated vehicles. His research also covers privacy of CAV, where he demonstrated real-world eavesdropping and its effect on location privacy.
Robert Mueller,
DENSO,
Germany

6G for CAD

Contact:

Dr. Meng Lu, SWARCO Peek Traffic B.V., The Netherlands
Email: meng dot lu at wklm dot eu
Phone: + 31 6 4505 4735

Acknowledgements:

Details

Date:
October 11

Venue

Macau
Macau, China + Google Map